Blended learning is an amalgam of the two most popular corporate training methodologies. Transitioning from classroom training to blended learning is easier than transitioning from classroom training to pure eLearning. This article discusses how to perform this transition, and get a two-fold benefit. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
One of the most celebrated characteristics of online Instructor-Led Training classes is that they can be offered to an infinite number of employees, all at the same time. But what if the negative effects of large physical class sizes apply to online ILT, too? Is less still more? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
I am setting out to create a new blended course called "Young Person’s Guide to Project Management" for release in 2020. Rather than use an LMS, a DIY approach using great apps, quality recording equipment, and careful planning. This tutorial helps you create your own blended courseware. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Organizations today can’t rely on just Instructor-Led Training or online learning in isolation to address changing learning needs. To offer an all-around training to learners, the best of both ILT and eLearning need to be combined. This is what blended learning is all about. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
With this edition, Obsidian Learning contributes to the blended learning canon. eLearning professionals can benefit greatly by tapping into the insight found in this eBook, especially those that are now beginning to work with blended learning. Take a close look on this up-and-coming eLearning concept from different angles such as purchasing software, designing courses, budgeting and managing programs, and using blended learning to improve your organization’s activity as a whole. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Blended learning takes the best of face-to-face and online training methods. When done right, it can benefit an organization’s training program in many ways, including expanding reach, increasing engagement, providing references, facilitating collaboration, and simplifying assessment processes. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Effectively evaluating your blended learning program is a crucial part of the learning process. It helps us justify the cost and demonstrate added value while giving us much-needed information to improve for next time. Evaluation is not easy, however. Read on to learn a few tips. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.