Microlearning, the modern instructional design strategy, is one of the top elearning trends in 2017. It provides just-in-time performance support to reinforce existing instructor-led training or online training or corporate learning. In this blog, we will discuss microlearning case study that highlights Microlearning app as Performance Support to Reinforce Existing Training. Microlearning is not just bite-sized eLearning content that is chunked to deliver short bursts of information. Micro-eLearning is the most cost-effective way to develop and deliver online training.
Creating interactive eLearning content with instructional design values need expert skills and competencies. The in-house eLearning development team may not be competent enough to deliver eLearning projects as expected or the in-house team may not have expertise in all the areas required in the complete cycle of eLearning development. So outsourcing eLearning projects can cut down your chase and save significant time and money. However, selecting a capable eLearning vendor is a challenge in itself.
The concept of augmenting the real world by virtual data has started in late 1970s. In 1990, Augmented Reality (AR) was coined by Tom Caudell. Since then, Augmented Reality has been adopted by few large corporations for visualization and training purposes. In this blog, we will discuss the Five possible areas where you can apply augmented reality to enhance training results. Cost-effectiveness and simplicity of application are the two most important parameters to check in every possibility.
Mobile learning or mLearning is being widely used to deliver training at the point of need. Recent statistics on Mobile App Usage reveal that the mobile learning through apps is currently a major means for most of the organizations to reach-out their diverse workforce to provide on demand corporate online training. Introduction of mobile apps in eLearning is trending across the globe irrespective of gender and work-processes. It provides training on the go without internet connection.
Ever since the emergence of eLearning, there has always been a debate on the role of competent trainers in the learning and development arena. Many organizations primarily relied on these trainers and they struggled to retain them. Learners had to adapt every trainer and their training style.
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This case study explains how gamification with effective instructional design strategy can take your online compliance training to the next level.
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