Free eBook: Changing eLearning Dynamics In The Enterprise To User-Generated Content
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Changing eLearning Dynamics In The Enterprise To User-Generated Content

Learning and Development in the enterprise is changing rapidly. Learning teams can no longer keep up with requests for ad-hoc knowledge sharing and training, nor adequately support the demand for regional training in local languages. In contrast, with access to easy-to-use tools, Subject Matter Experts can now create training courses and share their expertise with others directly. In fact, the growth of user-generated eLearning content, often promoted through enterprise social networks, is blossoming.

Changing eLearning Dynamics In The Enterprise To User-Generated Content
Find out how L&D teams can start providing a platform that facilitates user-generated content.

In the eBook Changing eLearning Dynamics In The Enterprise To User-Generated Content you will look at the drivers behind user-generated eLearning content, examine case studies and lessons learned from three enterprise organizations, and explore how enterprises are supporting content quality, accountability, and culture change in user-generated learning.

About The eBook: Why Are Large Enterprises So Interested In User-Generated Content?

The pace and speed at which enterprises today change strategy and modify products is fast. This sets up a challenge for traditional learning departments: They must produce more content, more quickly than ever. In some cases, teams are even being downsized to just one person or five to 10 people in a company with more than 50,000 employees globally. To succeed, training teams have to focus on strategic company projects. This potentially leaves a whole range of training requests unfulfilled.

Even when learning departments can support such requests, the traditional process of interviewing Subject Matter Experts, creating a learning course, and getting it approved often takes too long given how quickly content changes. Subject Matter Experts themselves have less time to explain and review content to learning teams.

The solution, as you will see in the eBook Changing eLearning Dynamics In The Enterprise To User-Generated Content, is user-generated content. It’s faster, easier, and, in many cases, more cost effective. The key is ensuring users have the right tools and support to succeed. Fortunately, easy-to-use eLearning tools are now widely available as Software as a Service, where enterprises can pay per user, as needed, with little to no upfront investment.

Here are the key chapters of the eBook:

  • Managing The Shift To User-Generated Content
  • How Large Enterprises Are Implementing User-Generated eLearning
    • Use Case: AkzoNobel 
    • Use Case: Nielsen 
    • Use Case: Kaplan
  • Recommendations
  • From The CEO: Five Tips On Making User-Generated eLearning A Success
  • About Easygenerator

Learning and Development teams can stop saying no to internal requests and start providing a platform that facilitates user-generated learning content. If you want to know more about how to do just that, download the eBook Changing eLearning Dynamics In The Enterprise To User-Generated Content.

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1. Managing The Shift To User-Generated Content: 3 Case Studies

2. 6 Recommendations For Creating User-Generated Content

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