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Going Global: How To Create Online Training Experiences For A Worldwide Audience


Going Global: How To Create Online Training Experiences For A Worldwide Audience

by eLearning Industry / Published: Feb 08 2018

What it's about

Did you know that corporate eLearning globalization can improve your company’s bottom line? Are you ready to expand your online training program on a global scale? Which are the steps to minimize online training globalization risk? Which expenses do you need to factor into your online training globalization budget? Is your LMS up to the task? Or is it time to look for a new tool? Download our eBook to find the answers to these questions and much more...

Key chapters

  • 7 Unexpected Benefits Of Globalizing Online Training

    Globalizing online training requires you to adapt its contents to suit the needs of an international audience. Thus, you will need to translate your online training program to various languages and research the backgrounds of your audience.
  • 6 Costs To Consider When Globalizing Corporate eLearning

    Training your worldwide workforce is an integral part of realizing your corporate goals. To do so, you need to globalize your corporate eLearning program. It goes without saying that you will incur extra costs.
  • 6 Tips To Hire The Ideal Translators For Global Online Training

    Finding the best translators for global online training courses can be daunting.Translation of global online training courses needs to be done with minimal distortion to enhance shared meaning. Otherwise, the key takeaways and the organizational message may get lost in the shuffle.
  • 5 Tips To Mitigate Online Training Globalization Risks

    The primary players in every online training project on a global scale still remain content developers, online learners, online instructors, project managers, and system administrators. Every transaction of information between these people is fraught with perils.
  • 7 Ways Corporate eLearning Globalization Improves ROI

    Previously, corporate eLearning was viewed as a necessary evil. It was necessary simply because no organization could compete without it. To ensure productivity, companies had to regularly train their employees on emerging business trends.
  • 6 Tips To Build Successful eLearning Localization Teams

    Are you a multinational organization that requires L&D resources which can be easily localized for every market you operate in? If so, you need a team who is well versed in cultural nuances and understands the backgrounds of your regional workforce.
  • A 6-Step Guide For Globalizing Online Training Content

    Is your online training content ready to go global? When developing online training material, it is important to plan ahead and create a realistic budget. It’s best to design the online training content in such a way that it’s easier to adopt localized versions.
  • 7 Tips To Choose The Best LMS For Remote Workforce

    Your team is ready to tackle the challenges of L&D on a global scale. Is your LMS up to the task, though? Or is it time to look for a new tool?
  • 7 Tips To Develop Personalized Online Training For A Global Audience

    As organizations expand their operations and enter international markets, L&D becomes more complicated. It gets tougher for them to ensure their online training caters to all their worldwide staff members.
  • Top 6 LMS Reports For Globalized Online Training

    Are you utilizing your robust LMS platform to its full potential? Most LMS solutions have in-depth reporting functionality that organizations under-utilize, despite the fact that it’s one of the most valuable features an LMS has to offer.

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