Free eBook: Modernize For Engagement - 5-Step Guide For Breathing Life Back Into Stale Content
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Modernize Learning Content To Increase Engagement And ROI

Good eLearning is engaging. That is a widely accepted truth in the eLearning world, and that is why we work so hard to produce exceptional learning that engages learners.

Get the eBook Modernize For Engagement, by Infopro Learning
This eBook presents some of the best tips and strategies to modernize your content.

You keep up with the newest eLearning trends and best practices on sites like this so that you produce the best, most engaging learning that you can.

The problem is that after you put in the hard work to create engaging modern eLearning experiences, time keeps moving. New technology emerges, new learning trends start, and new learners enter the workforce.

For example, millennial workers are now the largest group in the workforce, and 10,000 baby boomers retire every day. The workers you are designing your learning for will change demographics in the next 5 years.

Eventually, you’re learning content starts to get tired. It starts to get outdated. It starts to become less engaging.

And you are part of the problem! After creating an eLearning course, you move on and improve. The next course is even better, building upon the previous, and after a few cycles, your older courses are not up to the standard of your new courses.

Depreciation Of eLearning

eLearning, more than any other type of learning, depreciates quickly. While all corporate learning ages due to content inaccuracy, changing learner demographics, changing business goals, and design elements, eLearning technology changes at an astonishing rate. While not unusable, eLearning from a year or two ago is often missing engaging elements and functionality.

Additionally, the devices and operating systems used to consume eLearning are constantly changing, causing compatibility issues.

The Danger Of Disengagement

71% of employees are not fully engaged, per the Dale Carnegie Institute, and alarmingly 26% are actively disengaged at their job. This carries over to learning and training as well. 70% of people say that training and development opportunities influence their decision to stay with a company, and 40% of employees who receive poor job training leave their positions in the first year.

All this to say, compelling engaging eLearning is important for your company. Therefore, it is crucial for you to have a modernization strategy for your eLearning content to keep it fresh and engaging.

Modernization In 5 Steps

Infopro Learning published a popular eBook last year called Modernize: A Content Strategy Guide for Maximizing Corporate Training ROI, that outlined the need for content modernization and how to identify content for modernization.

Now, Infopro Learning’s chief learning architect, Arun Prakash, has written Modernize for Engagement, a follow-up eBook that lays out 5 steps to breathing life back into stale content.

  1. Define the Modernization Project.
  2. Inventory Learning Content.
  3. Analyze Learning Content.
  4. Develop Modern Courses from Stale Content.
  5. Deploy the New Engaging Courses.

Download the eBook today to get started modernizing and breath life back into stale content!

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