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1 Step to Better Blended Learning Instructional Design

Posted by Katelind Hays

Jul 14, 2017 11:00:00 AM

BYTE Session Recap

40284160_s.jpgBlended learning strives to align learning objectives with the most authentic treatment. Want to improve your sales team’s in-the-field sales skills? Teach them the company’s methods using the technology they’ll use in their day-to-day jobs.

It sounds simple, but creating that thoughtful learning experience can be tricky. How do you balance learner needs with organizational goals and limited budgets, time, and technologies? Instructional designers struggle with this conundrum on a daily basis.

Blended Learning Hub curator, and guest BYTE speaker Phylise Banner has a surprisingly simple solution to an improved instructional design process: listening.

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Topics: Virtual Classroom - Instructional Design, Instructional Design, Blended Learning Instructional Design

3 Types of Immersive Technology for Training

Posted by Katelind Hays

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

eLearning Instructional Design is Not Dead

Posted by Brigg Patten

Jun 29, 2017 1:15:00 PM

18912041_s.jpgThose who suggest that eLearning and instructional design are dead or dying must have a different view of eLearning than the millions of people who leverage it daily. Instructional design and eLearning are here to stay, evidenced by the sheer numbers of online learning opportunities available to the individual with a laptop, tablet, or smartphone.

What is eLearning?

To have a true discussion about eLearning, it helps to define the term. Elearning is learning that takes place through electronic devices outside of a brick-and-mortar classroom. Due to the portability of devices like smart phones and tablets, eLearning can take place anywhere there is access to the internet.

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Topics: Instructional Design, eLearning

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