Never Waste a Good Crisis: How the Pandemic Positively Impacted L&D
'Never Waste a Good Crisis' is solid advice from Dr. Jane Bozarth. See how L&D has evolved as a result of the pandemic, according to her research.
Audio: 4 Effective Strategies Women Utilize in Digital Learning
An in-depth look at four key areas that propelled women to move forward during the economic crisis driven by the pandemic and stay-at-home policies.
Virtual Classroom Facilitators: Enabling Engagement & Learning
Effective virtual training required more than technology. It required competent virtual facilitators who could read the ‘body language in the bandwidth’ and engage learners using the new collaboration tools available to them.
Improve Memory And Productivity: Why You Should Use Art In Your Training Sessions
What does creativity have to do with corporate training? Art may not seem like an obvious thing to introduce into your events, but there are benefits.
Face-to-Face Gone Virtual
Does this sound familiar? You’re going along training for years and then BOOM your company decides to jump on the virtual classroom train.
When The Weather Interrupts Your Outdoor Training
Professional trainers must adapt to any learning environment, including those in the great outdoors. Learn how to manage mother nature as a classroom host.
Mobile Learning in the Modern Classroom
As facilitators and designers, we must take steps to establish credibility to overcome mistrust of mobile. Seriously consider your blend and ask, “Where would mobile learning best serve defined objectives?” Mobile may sound cool, but learners won’t adopt or enjoy an incongruous learning experience.
How Gamification Can Improve Corporate Learning
Gamification's a popular option in L&D. Guest author Jayla Beaumont explores the value this model can provide to our corporate learning programs.
The Modern Virtual Classroom Requires Personal Digital Presence
With today's edtech, the potential for creating supportive learning environments is enormous. But instead of embracing this common language and encouraging individual digital presence, we resist it.
When, Where and What is the Modern Classroom?
Even though new methods, technologies, and techniques come into play in the modern classroom, one thing hasn’t changed: the way adults learn.