Virtual Learning from a Newcomer’s Perspective
While I am brand new to the space, I’m eager to see the full capacity of virtual blended learning, and maybe take a couple of courses this summer to compare.
Infographic - Learner Attention Is up for Grabs
This infographic from Mark Harter's BYTE, Grabbing Learner Attention, can help you to learn how to capture learner attention in a sea of distractions.
Infographic - Emotional Intelligence + Agile Learning = Essentials in a Changing World
Based on Marjorie Derven's BYTE, this infographic helps you to understand how building emotional intelligence allows you to be more effective at work.
Infographics as Learning tools
Use guest BYTE presenter Karin Rex's five design elements in your infographics to create helpful visual learning tools.
Using Social Collaboration for Pull Learning
Social collaboration is a great way to create Pull learning in your organization. Read how Jennifer Hofmann and her BYTE session attendees think it will work.
Best Practices: Audio in the Virtual Classroom
As anyone who has taught or participated in a virtual learning environment knows, audio plays a key role in a program’s success.
Merging Pedagogy & Instructional Game Design
Gamification and game-based learning are here to stay. Learn how you can merge these approaches with your traditional instructional design principles.
Enabling Virtual and Blended Learning Success
Highlights from a virtual learning and blended learning training initiative InSync Training helped establish for SAP
Designing Learning for Behavior Change
How does the psychology of behavior impact learner engagement and instructional design? Guest BYTE presenter Julie Dirksen shared her insight.
Infographic - Engaging Modern Learners: When to Push and When to Pull
How can you ensure that learners get the most out of training? Design with engagement in mind!
Video - My Learning Journey - Part 2
It's official - Jennifer Hofmann, InSync Training President, is a blended learning participant!
Video - My Learning Journey - Part 1
For the first time in a long time, Jennifer Hofmann is the student, not the instructor, in a blended learning program.