If you feel like you have a good handle on the topic and are ready to create some microlearning content of your own, let this list of do’s and don’ts guide you in creating effective and engaging microlearning content for your audience of learners.
Do you agree that it should be easier to connect with a workforce that's distributed, busy, tech savvy and customer facing? So do we and we are hard at work breaking down barriers for companies to share relevant information with their staff in a way that fits into the patterns of work and at the time it's actually needed.
“The most rewarding moments are when it clicks with the young women and you see the shine in their eyes. It’s so gratifying when you hear them talk about the power the training has given to change their lives, the impact for their professional life, and how it gives them the ability to communicate with their families.”
Our flexible API enables you to automate the most common tasks to ensure smooth delivery of your training program.
It also allows you to set triggers to personalise content delivery so learners receive relevant content at exactly the right time to deliver most value to your business.
Here is a quick guide to the main methods of making sure that your learners can easily access the learning they deserve with EduMe.
Where and how we work is changing rapidly. This is mainly driven by three seismic changes coming together at the same time: 50% of the global workforce will be mobile by 2020, 75% of the workforce will be made up of millennials by 2025 and they way we consume information and communicate has fundamentally changed with the advent of the smartphone. How does this impact how companies motivate and engage their workforce and what does the future of workforce learning look like?
My personal highlight from the UNLEASH conference was practical advice shared by an LBS professor on how to create a sense of belonging in today’s decentralised world.
Read on to find out how companies can adapt to technological, societal and demographic change to ensure that their people are engaged and feel a sense of loyalty & belonging.
Working with our clients across five continents has reinforced the importance of creating targeted courses to suit local demands.
When localising your course it’s essential to design your content with the learner in mind. Translation is the backbone of localisation however there are further steps to take to adapt to local needs. We explore further here …
Want to know the REAL secret to knowledge retention?
The ‘testing effect’ - also known as retrieval practice - is your secret weapon for combatting the forgetting curve and helping your employees remember training for longer. But is it really that simple?
Boss: "So we need to implement an onboarding program for new staff. Can you throw something together?"
You: "Sure, when do you need it?"
Boss: "Well... yesterday? But end of the week will do."
As an instructional designer, you want to produce effective training that boosts employee performance AND delivers ROI. But is that realistic in the modern workplace, when schedules - and budgets - are squeezed to the limit?
A recent survey found that 43% of employees who receive formal training think it’s not very effective in helping them succeed at their job. Staff complain that training is boring, contains too much information, or isn’t frequent enough. It’s time to channel Marie Kondo and declutter your training library, focusing on content that will inspire and engage your learners - and boost your training ROI at the same time!
Greenlight Planet’s sales agents provide a direct link to its customers. They’re responsible for selling its wide range of products, providing excellent customer service, and gaining an in-depth understanding of user needs.
Find out how they increased agent sales by 116% by using EduMe to deliver training on product knowledge and sales skills.