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Top 7 Tips To Be A Successful Webinar Host

Top 7 Tips To Be A Successful Webinar Host

Many learning professionals are unwilling to host their own webinars, as they assume that being a successful webinar host requires skills they do not have. In this article, I’ll share the top 7 tips to help you through this process and make sure that you become a webinar host who highly engages and captivates their attendees, whoever they are.

10 Netiquette Tips For Online Discussions

10 Netiquette Tips For Online Discussions

As an online learner, you already know that participating in your eLearning course online discussions contributes to your critical thinking and writing skills' development. However, there is a netiquette code for online discussions too. In this article, I’ll share the 10 top netiquette tips for participating in online discussions, so that you will be able to make the most of your eLearning experience.

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Next Generation Corporate e-Learning "Engage The Learner” Congress

Harnessing Gamification and Mobile, Social, Video and Content Learning Strategies To Increase Workforce Engagement In Enterprise E-Learning Programs. The Only Congress Focused On Integrating Next-Generation e-Learning Strategies Into Fortune 500 Learning Programs. June 22-23, 2015 - Chicago, Illinois. Have you Registered?

4 Tips to Help You Spring into Blended Learning

4 Tips To Help You Spring Into Blended Learning

There’s a new way to look at blended learning. And it’s much more complex and creative than just adding an online course to traditional classroom training. “…Now that technology offers so many varied options, a blended approach has evolved to mean the use of more than one delivery method to provide and enhance training and support. This is the way of the future,” says Connie Malamad, the eLearning Coach. If you’re ready to spring into the future of blended learning, this article is just what you need.

Planning Digital Learning For K12 Classroom

Planning Digital Learning For K12 Classroom

Ravi is a grade VII student. Recently, his school got interactive whiteboards installed in the classroom. He was very excited about the Science class last Monday, which was the first class to use the smart-board. The teacher started the class by showing a series of pictures, which were a slightly better version of what were in the chapter. Then she showed a video of a teacher who was explaining what was written in the book. Class was over and Ravi was very disappointed. He was not sure what he was expecting, but he definitely expected something more.

The problem stated above is common. Technology is used without much thought about the delivery style or method.

6 Tips For Creating Engaging Asynchronous Online Training Courses

6 Tips For Creating Engaging Asynchronous Online Training Courses

One of the pitfalls of asynchronous online training is that employees may not find the motivation or interactivity they need to become fully engaged in the online training process. There are, however, a number of ways that you can receive all of the benefits of asynchronous online training without having to deal with any of the common drawbacks. In this article, I’ll show you how to create engaging asynchronous online training courses.

5+1 Practical Steps To Increase The Effectiveness Of Your Induction Program

Welcome Aboard! 5+1 Practical Steps To Increase The Effectiveness Of Your Induction Program

While most companies have an orientation and induction program in place, not all programs have specific KPIs or metrics related to employees’ satisfaction, engagement, inclusion, ease-of-use and personalisation. The truth is, that the higher the satisfaction, the higher the engagement and participation in key assets of the course; making the induction process more effective.