Modernize For Engagement: 5-Step Guide For Breathing Life Back Into Stale Content

by Infopro Learning

With significant investments in content development, companies need to search for way to repurpose content across various learning programs. Not only will this increase the ROI, but it will also help increase engagement by modernizing the look and feel of courses to match changes in learner demographics.

Key Chapters

  1. Why Every Company Needs to Modernize

    Every company needs a modernization strategy to maximize return on content investments and to keep up with changes in learner demographics.

  2. 5 Questions to Ask Before Modernizing

    Before breaking the modernization process into five steps, these are 5 questions to ask yourself.

  3. Step 1 – Define

    The first step in modernizing for engagement is to define the project. The components to defining a modernization project are success, scope, and speed.

  4. Step 2 – Inventory

    Get down to the nuts and bolts of what you have by performing a learning content inventory!

  5. Step 3 – Analyze

    Analyze the results of your content inventory in three ways: categorize content, evaluate learner demographics, and create an update plan.

  6. Step 4 – Develop

    Development is the very act of modernizing, and there are four key points to consider; creating a scalable plan, making content discoverable, maximizing learner engagement, and perfecting content.

  7. Step 5 – Deploy

    The last step in the five-step process is deployment. There are 5 key considerations for deploying a modernization project: content accessibility, deployment tools, security, mobile compatibility, and testing & piloting.

The majority of companies and CLO’s that we talk to state that they could use more interesting content and a modernizing strategy, so here are the five specific steps of Modernization that we recommend.

Holding on to outdated content is no way to keep your online learners motivated. This eBook presents some of the best tips and strategies to modernize your content and establish stellar online learner engagement rates.

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Christopher Pappas
Founder of The eLearning Industry's Network