The Uberization Of Workplace Learning

We’ve never truly recognized it, but our lives have been drastically rewired by the cloud. Businesses such as Uber, Spotify, and Airbnb, for example, have cut out the ‘middleman’ when it comes to booking transport, listening to music and finding holiday accommodation.

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How Scenario-Based Microlearning Can Help Achieve The Holy Trinity Of Corporate Success

Productivity is what every corporate organization wants to boost. Higher productivity means a lot for an organization, but to put it in broad points, it means higher profitability, better organizational image and goodwill, higher customer satisfaction and better products and services, to name a few, all of which are an organization’s core business goals. In this article, we'll discuss those skills.

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Importance of Instructional Design in Adult Learning Theory

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There is no specific area that defines the instructional design. It’s an outstanding technique that makes a big difference in audience lives by creating courses that motivate, inspire, and streamline the learning process.

With the paradigm shift to learning level, Instructional design has synthesized neurological facts and realities of adult-learning which hit the mark every time in its effectiveness. However, eLearning courses prove best with the user-comfort zone, but here is the challenge due to the different nature of the audience.

As an instructional designer, one must invoke in understanding the curriculum of learner, because, here learners are adults with previous knowledge and fixed goals. Due to hectic environment and stressed-out folks, eLearning has revolutionized the adult learning by facilitating with trouble-free and facile courses.

In this article, you will understand:

  • What is adult learning theory and the principle involved in it.
  • The role of Instructional designer in creating an adult-learning course.

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eLearning Summit Tour – Thementag „Corporate eLearning“​ in Frankfurt

Über Corporate MOOCs habe ich schon lange nicht mehr berichten können. Also MOOCs, die Unternehmen für die eigenen Mitarbeitenden entwickeln. Die Union Investment hat jedenfalls in diesem Jahr den Kurs „Fit für die Arbeitswelt 4.0“ durchgeführt und als Gastgeber des „eLearning Summit“ auch darüber berichtet. Dieses und weitere Stichworte zur Summit-Agenda hat Daniel Stoller-Schai in seinem Rückblick festgehalten. 
Daniel Stoller-Schai, LinkedIn/ Pulse, 29. Oktober 2019

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What Is Microlearning And How Does It Drive Employee Engagement?

Microlearning plays increasingly stronger role as a central part of a holistic approach for skill based learning and education. Because of it user-friendly size which deals with relatively small learning units, it drives development of employees in organizations of all shapes and sizes.

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Empower eLearning Courses by Implementing Video-Based Learning

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Do you know how many hours of YouTube videos are uploaded every minute? You will be amazed by the stats. Approximately 500 hours of YouTube videos are uploaded every minute!!!

Video-based learning is the most effective method now-a-days. Recent studies show that a few organizations are leveraging video-based learning to develop engaging videos for their employees instead of traditional eLearning courses. Videos play an important role and can be implemented in on-board training, manager training, mandatory training, etc., as there is a wide usage of micro learning and mobile learning. Video-based learning has intense competencies in presenting content in perfect, detailed and visually appealing format. Learners will face a hard time in viewing the video if the course is not effective and engaging.

So, here are a few tips to consider when developing a video-based eLearning course.

Learning Goals

Prepare a blueprint of your storyboard and have a clear learning goals to meet the objectives of the video. Identify the learning gaps and apply different learning styles for diversified content. Sorting out different objectives and including in the video will help the learner in completing the course rapidly. Opt the most sought authoring tool which is having desired options that helps you in meeting your goals.

Audio Script

It is always better to include audio in the video-based courses as there will be less text or no text at all on the screen. Integrating audio, will make the learner more attentive towards the course and results in higher learner engagement and higher completion rates. Surveys show that video with audio impacts higher when compared to a textual representation.

Degree of Interaction

Adobe Captivate 2019, in its latest release, came up with an awesome feature of adding overlay slides to your video. With this feature you can add interactive slides in between the video and make the video interactive. You can add different activities wherever required in the video with overlay slide feature and gauze the performance of the learners.

Add Closed Captions

In a video based course, you can integrate closed captions allowing the learners who are having hearing impairment. Having a closed captioning feature to the videos will be an advantage to reach out international audience. The learners who are having difficulty in understanding the accent can have a look on the transcription. Authoring tools like Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, Camtasia, supports the closed caption feature and thanks to such authoring tools having this great feature.

Keep it Brief, Simple and to the Point

A lengthy video may not be advisable especially when it comes to the micro-learning. This distracts the user attention and deviates the main purpose of video-based learning. The depletion of learning hours is the main reason to create bite-sized learning videos. Therefore, complex video can be chunked into small videos, make 4 to 6 minutes of duration where it improves the retention of the learners.

A short and interactive video-based learning has the potential to make your online training programs memorable for longer time. Implementing video-based learning to meet the requirements of millennial learners in the most cost-effective and efficient way.

Source: https://www.swiftelearningservices.com/tips-to-develop-effective-video-based-elearning-courses/

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E-Learning: An Microsoft führt kein Weg vorbei

Als Holger Loop vom Center of Excellence in Learning der Lufthansa Group das Projekt auf der Zukunft Personal in Köln präsentierte, ist mir der Punkt gar nicht so ins Auge gesprungen. Aber es stimmt: Im Konzept von „OneLearning“ steckt viel Microsoft, von LinkedIn Learning über Sharepoint bis Azure. Gudrun Porath schlägt dann noch den Bogen zur Top Tools for Learning-Liste von Jane Hart, in der die Microsoft-Produkte dieses Jahr viele Plätze gut machen konnten. Ihre Schlussfolgerung: „Microsoft profitiert gewaltig davon, dass Arbeiten und Lernen im Unternehmen immer mehr zusammenwachsen.“
Gudrun Porath, L&Dpro/ Blog, 15. Oktober 2019

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The Capability Academy: Where Corporate Training Is Going

Der Artikel beginnt mit einem Rückblick auf die letzten Etappen in Corporate Learning: Corporate Universities, E-Learning, Blended Learning, Microlearning, Learning Experience Platforms, Learning in the Flow of Work – alles verbunden mit der Hoffnung, jetzt die Lernform gefunden zu haben, die „passt“. Aber natürlich ändern sich auch die Rahmenbedingungen und Anforderungen. Und Kompetenzentwicklung und Lernen sind noch keine Selbstläufer.

Deshalb setzt Josh Bersin jetzt auf die „Capability Academy“ als strategische Klammer fürs Corporate Learning. Er schreibt:

An Academy Is A Place, Not A Library Of Content
As I mentioned earlier, an Academy is not “a bunch of courses, it’s a place to go.” A place to learn. A place to share. A place for experts to contribute. And a place to advance the state of knowledge. (And it may be a virtual and physical space.)“

Capability Academies sind strategie- und business-orientiert. Sie zielen auf Kompetenzen. Digitalisierung und Automatisierung treiben sie voran. Es erinnert ein bisschen an einen Relaunch der Corporate Universities der 2000er Jahre.
Josh Bersin, Josh Bersin/ Blog, 5. Oktober 2019

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How the Workforce learns in 2019

Degreed und Harvard Business Publishing haben 772 Rückmeldungen zum Stand von Corporate Learning eingeholt. Im Zentrum der Erhebung standen zwei Fragen: wie MitabeiterInnen heute lernen und welche Rolle Learning & Development (L&D) dabei spielt. Dabei wird immer wieder betont, dass es heute um Kompetenzen (Skills) und nicht um Lernaktivitäten an sich geht.

Kurz zur Dramaturgie der Studie: Die erste Erkenntnis lautet, dass MitarbeiterInnen heute Antworten überall, aber nicht bei L&D suchen. Das, so die Autoren, hat drei Konsequenzen für L&D:
1) „Lean into how learning actually happens“
2) „Commit to the new fundamentals of L&D“:
„From managing learning to empowering development“, „From creating content to creating conditions“, „From all-in-one systems to integrated ecosystems“
3) „Make the shift from learning to skilling“

Gute Punkte!
Degreed und Harvard Business Publishing/ Corporate Learning, 8. Oktober 2019