Can I Get a Copy of the Slides? The Case for Blended Training
Guest BYTE series speaker Martyn Lewis introduces the value of a blended learning approach using a common training question: can I see the slides?
Hacking the Forgetting Curve
Guest BYTE speaker Oded Ilan introduces the Forgetting Curve phenomenon and how learning professionals can overcome its challenges before his 1/31 BYTE session.
Find Your Why. Tell Your Story. Get Results.
Stories are integral to effective personal and professional communication. Guest InSync BYTE series presenter Christine Miles helps you find your WHY.
Infographics as Learning tools
Use guest BYTE presenter Karin Rex's five design elements in your infographics to create helpful visual learning tools.
When Google Lets You Down
Ahead of her guest BYTE session, Catherine Lombardozzi provides insight into the power of curation for today's modern workplace learning professional.
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.
Virtually There: Learner Engagement in the Modern Classroom
Learner engagement turns on three factors: an emotional response, an intellectual response, and an environmental response, to the learning.
Answers to Pressing Modern Learning Culture Questions
Jennifer Hofmann presented, 10 Things to Do Immediately to Modernize Your Learning Culture, discussing modern learning culture & how to evolve with it.
Virtually There: 10 Ways to Immediately Influence the Modern Learning Culture
Modern learners have more options about where and how they learn. Learn how to influence your modern learning culture.
Integrating Social Media into the Virtual Classroom
Social learning is “learning that happens between peers.” It can be helped along by people like facilitators, trainers and training departments.