Despite the hours you have put into creating or selecting the right eLearning experience, your efforts still aren’t yielding the results you want. Luckily, you don’t have to work harder to create better content. You just have to work a little smarter.
Feeling like our learning is worthwhile is a fundamental human desire. If learning or work feels meaningless, it can lead to fatigue, burnout, and even unprofessionalism in the workplace.
Despite its immense importance, the connection between deep meaning and learning is rarely incorporated into content development planning strategies and as a result, many learners are left feeling unengaged and uninspired.
“Diversity” and “inclusion” have become common buzzwords in modern-day business practices, but what do those words mean and how do we apply them to our company’s learning strategies? While increased awareness of inclusivity is the first step in creating more innovative and accessible instructional strategies, it’s time to actively change the way we develop and distribute eLearning content.
By now, we can all agree that eLearning, as we knew it, is dead. A new day in learning is here. We’ve extinguished the “click next” experience, and we are ready to promise that at their core, all of our learning products will be engaging, meaningful, and mobile. These three tenants should be like the Bill of Learning Rights—every learner is entitled to them
The goal of any eLearning course is to help learners create long-lasting knowledge. While eLearning can captivate the learner’s attention, studies also suggest that on average 50% of the information learners consume is forgotten within an hour. So how do we design a course that both boosts employee engagement and helps learners retain information?