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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

Using Social Collaboration for Pull Learning

Posted by InSync Training

Aug 23, 2016 2:00:59 PM

BYTE Session Recap

13804302_s.jpgAs a follow-up to her informative session Engaging Modern Learners: When to Push and When to Pull, Jennifer Hofmann recently shared Pulling Learners to Your Content: How to Make it Work with our BYTE session attendees. Over the course of this engaging live online event, Jennifer and participants brainstormed on how to leverage social collaborative Pull learning during the various moments of learning need. This blog will share the highlights from their collaborative efforts.

To learn more about microlearning, and a more detailed review of social collaborative tools, access Jennifer’s full BYTE session recording here.

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Topics: Collaboration, Social Learning, pull learning

Using Microlearning to Pull Learners to Your Content

Posted by Katelind Hays

Jun 14, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Training Magazine Network Session Recap 

21177809_s.jpgSeveral months ago, Jennifer Hofmann’s presentation “How to Engage Modern Learners,” explored the differences between Push training and Pull learning. Traditional training focuses on the Push – formal scheduled programs that provide planned, siloed instruction. Pull learning, on the other hand, uses a decentralized, learner-centric approach to make content readily available in a specific moment of learning need. Both Push and Pull play key roles in the modern learning culture.

Training Magazine Network’s audience found this learning event so helpful, they invited Jennifer back to present “Pulling Learners to Your Content: How to Make it Work” on June 8. In this follow-up session, Jennifer discussed learner engagement in modern workplace learning, the five moments of need learners experience, and moving Pull learning from theory to practice.

This blog post shares a step-by-step approach you can use for creating microlearning Push activities, as well as an example of how to do so. To review all of the information covered in the June 8th session, access the full recording here.

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Topics: Blended learning, Modern Learning Culture, Microlearning, pull learning

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