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InSync Training's founder Jennifer Hofmann authors Body Language in the Bandwidth, an active conversation focused on connecting, collaborating and succeeding in the modern classroom.

Managing Mindsets: Why it Matters in Modern Blended Learning

Posted by Jennifer Hofmann

May 18, 2017 2:01:46 PM

55072694_s.jpgModern workplace learning professionals wear many hats. Gone are the days of specialization. Our organizations expect us to design, deliver, implement, and manage entire training programs. Learners see us as facilitators, producers, learning guides, subject matter experts (SMEs), and sometimes technical support.

I’ve advocated for a modern title that encompasses all of our responsibilities – the Learning Experience Architect. We’re the hub of modern learning. To make the transition, we have to do more than assign ourselves a new label.

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Topics: Blended learning, Modern Learning, Learning Experience Architect

3 Guiding Principles for Grabbing Learner Attention

Posted by Katelind Hays

May 9, 2017 1:30:00 PM

BYTE Session Recap

19109725_s.jpgHow do you capture your audience’s attention when so many factors provide distractions?

Recently, guest BYTE speaker Mark Harter answered this question and provided pro-tips accumulated from years of practical experience.

Read on for three guiding principles you can use when working on new instructional designs and promoting training events.

Watch the entire webinar replay of, Grabbing Learner Attention, for a step-by-step process for creating a professional video studio on a budget, and tricks for making learning fun.

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Topics: Engagement, Modern Learning, BYTE

Complex Content in the Search Engine Age

Posted by Katelind Hays

Apr 25, 2017 12:15:00 PM

Training Magazine Network Session Recap

23348103_s.jpgOur learners have the world at their fingertips. If they face a new challenge or want to know some obscure fact, they have the power to get the answer immediately and move on to the next thing.

This instant access partially defines a modern learning experience. But what does this mean for our content and how it relates to our learners?

Jennifer Hofmann and Phylise Banner explored this question, and how it changes the roles and responsibilities of learning and development practitioners during their recent Training Magazine Network event, “Modern Learning is Perpetual Learning: How Do We Become the Google of Learning?

This blog covers the quandary created by complex content in the era of simple search. Watch the full webinar replay here: http://www.trainingmagnetwork.com/events/1082 to learn about modern learners and how apply a proven approach to become their trusted advisor and go-to information source.

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Topics: Modern Learning, pull learning, push training

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