The 3 Greatest Virtual Training Security Threats (And What You Can Do About Them)

The content in today's virtual training sessions is often the competitive advantage info that can be responsible for a company sinking or swimming. In government, it's knowledge and coordination that keeps citizens safe. More than casual video conferences, they must be protected. But how?

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Virtual Classrooms Vs. Web Conferencing

Web conferencing is about assembling people in a room and exposing them to content. It’s about workers learning what they’re supposed to learn –when they’re told to learn– and all according to the way you want to teach. For a time, that was enough. But people don’t learn that way anymore. Here is how the advantages that virtual classrooms have over web conferencing address the Virtual Classrooms Vs. Web Conferencing dilemma.

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The 5 Newest Ways To Engage Learners

A Gallup report shows only 32 percent of U.S. employees are engaged at work. This makes the training professional's job especially hard. Here's how to engage learners and get them to think less about their next lunch break and more about how they can contribute to your team's success.

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Surprise! Your Workers Want To Learn

No eLearning program is immune to the grumbling that occurs when employees are pulled away from work. But surprise! Recent stats show workers want to learn and in fact are learning all the time – they’re just not doing it on company time. Here’s how to bring outside learning into the corporate fold.

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