Once I had been attracted by the title, it was then the photo that enchanted me! But then, moving on and getting serious, Eric raises some great points and probably the greatest is that of knowledge retention in an organisation. In these days of staff volatility, it is too easy to see expertise fly out the window – and this is where a solid information and learning strategy can be… Read More »Your Greatest Source of Learning Content: Your Employees
Vicki Kunkel says on elearningindustry.com “Make learners crave your eLearning content by using these four dopamine triggers to make your eLearning content addictive. We’re all on crack!” I can certainly admit to being one who has succumbed on occasions to the information drug made so accessible by Google. Vicki goes on to talk about “The dopamine loop – the key to making eLearning content addictive and getting learners to crave… Read More »Make your eLearning Content Addictive
When creating asynchronous eLearning courses – content is king. A high-quality, engaging, informative program keeps learners returning for more. Click here to read more on this from Lean Forward. In their post they cover keeping content relevant, focus on the problem and quality matters.
Katie Hurst from OpenSesame was one of the luck attendees at Elliott’s 3 day symposium on MOOCs. The three days included a number of group discussions on such issues as “What does MOOC really stand for?” and opened up to develop a number of big questions and big opportunities. Click here to go to Katie’s summary of the key points raised and discussed
Craig Weiss said it. And he goes one step further – it is the most important aspect of e-learning. If you do not have content – then all those other components, LMSs, social and mobile learning, authoring tools, assessment tools, video learning tools, micro-courses, e-learning tools in general, are worthless. If I can be so bold as to add a few words alongside those of Craig, it is certainly my… Read More »Content is “King”