Badges and certificates and microcredentials--oh my! Today on the Kineo blog, we’re discussing the ways companies and their LandD departments are helping employees to build their skill sets and “get certified.”
Social media, xAPI, and analytics. Explore a few of the data tools that eLearning architects use improve courses
People watch over 1 billion hours of video on YouTube each day according to TechChrunch. That’s pretty strong evidence people like video and it’s an effective medium for learning and communication. Add a dash of interactivity to the mix and you’ve got an even more potent and immersive learning medium on your hands.
For many L&D professionals, keeping up with the technology curve is half the fun. Since 2011, we’ve been hearing about Tin Can, now know as the Experience API, or xAPI. No longer just a shiny new object that everyone just scratches their head about, we’re starting to see actual use cases and implementations that show this technology is on the rise.
As digital learning continues to evolve, many people have begun to wonder how L&D professionals will step up their systems and begin including more robust options for integrations, tracking, and reporting.
Annual compliance training season! Ah, the fun of it! Taking the same information security course you took last year? Reviewing the exact same policies and scenarios this time around? It’s enough to induce EGOS (Eyes Glaze Over Syndrome) in even your most compliant employees.
When designing onboarding experiences for new employees it’s important to consider not only the company’s goals but also the goals of the new hire to increase retention and avoid high turnover rates.
Working in L&D can be challenging as technology continues to grow and evolve, so it’s important to stay on top of it and ahead of the curve. This, and four other skills are what make a great L&D pro.
3 of the market prime, interactive video-development tool providers explain why interactive video is such an important tool in today's elearning.
Starting a new job can be nerve-wracking at the best of times and downright difficult at the worst, but a smooth transition via the company’s onboarding process can help even the most nervous new employee settle in quicker.