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Katelind Hays

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3 Types of Immersive Technology for Training

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Jul 6, 2017 1:15:00 PM

BYTE Session Recap

39263030_s.jpgThe future has arrived! Organizations have the ability to leverage virtual and augmented reality in many facets of their business, including training. How does it work? Recent guest BYTE speaker Bobby Carlton explored the possibilities of immersive technologies as engagement generating tools.

This blog recaps the three major categories of immersive technology and highlights ways to use them in your learning programs. To review all of the helpful information Bobby shared, including examples of each type of EdTech and advantages of immersive technology, watch the full webinar replay by clicking here.

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Topics: BYTE, Immersive Technology

Learning Campaigns: An Introduction and Exploration

Posted by Katelind Hays

Jun 28, 2017 12:11:32 PM

29042117_s.jpgBlended learning provides a thoughtful solution to outdated, formal training. With blended learning, we can support learners when and where they need information – even when they’re between live learning events. In spite of its popularity though, blended learning isn’t descriptive enough to help us move towards more purposeful instructional design.

Jennifer Hofmann’s BYTE session, The Right Stuff: Are You Designing Courses or Learning Experiences? explored our new design direction: learning campaigns.

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Topics: BYTE, Instructional Design, Blended Learning Campaigns

Fundamentals of Modern Instructional Design

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Jun 13, 2017 2:22:44 PM

Training Magazine Network Recap

56888291_s.jpgTraining has a great track record of successfully teaching learners during formal events, but our programs often don’t address informal learning. And we know learners build critical skills during unstructured, non-facilitated events, like Googling a term or asking Holly in HR for guidance.

How does Learning & Development get better at the thing we’ve traditionally been bad at? Jennifer Hofmann, graciously hosted by Training Magazing Network, shared an answer with fellow practitioners recently.

Modern blended learning, Jennifer believes, should be the new training norm. Nothing we design stands alone anymore, and no moment of learning need goes unaddressed. Every resource, live event, and social collaborative opportunity exists in support of each other and our learners.

This blog recaps key elements of Jennifer’s session, The Right Stuff: A Model for Modern Blended Learning That’s out of This World. To review all wisdom shared, watch the full replay here

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Topics: Instructional Design, Modern Blended Learning

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