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Achievable through economies of scale when professional training is delivered via Software as a Service (SaaS).
Extended Enterprise / Collaboration
Learning leaders tasked with developing relevant business collaboration networks that organize knowledge, content, activities and people and encourage learners to work with peers and/or coaches to discuss unique and practical situations tying to specific organization objectives and experiences.
Don’t forget face-to-face networking for social learning
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Top 10 Most-Wanted Features in Tools to Create Online Courses (Brandon Hall Research) 1. Novice friendly, but with capability for more complex interactions. 2. No plug-in required (with the exception of Flash output). 3. Adherence to SCORM and AICC (both). 4. Short learning curve for new developers. 5. Extensive library of very interactive question types. 6. Robust testing engine (with randomization, drawing from a test item pool, etc.). 7. Rich media support 8. Ability to repurpose content quickly from other sources, such as PowerPoint, Word, and specialty authoring tools. 9. Minimal time spent creating navigational control structures. 10. Low cost (for stand-alone authoring tools).
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Did you attend an online university? What aspects of the online experience were most effective?
Made me a self-learner
At your own pace
More time for self-reflection
at that time, was futuristic ideas to bring into the workplace
Where do your employees get the information they need to perform their jobs?
Professional (industry) sites
Word of mouth / co-workers
New onboarding workshop for functional skills
Email – processes & procedures or classes
Help files (RoboHelp)
Online manuals/training sites/simulations
How can you use blogs, tweets, to support learning?
Keep folks engaged during “dry spells”
Find lost or late attendees
Answer questions properly
How do employees/learners in your organization share best practices?
Word of mouth
What would be the benefits of having a training department Facebook page?
Facilitate “off the job” learning
Ease of availability
Consistent message vs. “grapevine” info
Communicate intra-departmental changes and upcoming classes and materials