Blended learning, also known as hybrid learning, changed the learning and development landscape. Companies today mix up classroom and digital trainings to effectively inform and close skill gaps in the workforce. Let’s see how instructor-led (ILT) and digital training can benefit your organization.
A big challenge in an instructional designer’s life is how to motivate their target audience. As discussed in previous posts, motivation is key. But how does one motivate a learner when you can’t be there, physically present, to be your target audience’s cheerleader? You can do this by making a learner-centric content.
Do you want to take online courses? Online courses give you the flexibility to take your course anytime and anywhere. Aside from having good time management, self-discipline, determination and motivation you need to stay focused to successfully complete your eLearning courses. Here’s some study tips we found from one of our fave e-Learning sites.
No matter what your learning objectives might be or what your audience needs to take away from the eLearning course, creating eLearning experiences that are memorable is the number one priority. Otherwise, your learners simply won’t get any real value from the time and effort they’ve invested into the eLearning course. In this article, I’ll share some invaluable tips that can help you create eLearning experiences that stick.