A year of learning - our top blog posts from 2015
Shaping the future of learning
Tis the season to be retrospective. In the words of John and Yoko ‘another year over, a new one just begun’. And what a year 2015 was at Kineo!
While geeks and 80s children were celebrating Back to the Future Day in November 2015, we were busy marking 10 years since Kineo was founded. A decade of innovation and creation in learning and development certainly felt like something to celebrate – as did our impressive haul of awards in the UK, US and Pacific throughout the year. We grew in 2015 too, with the acquisitions of Kineo South Africa in July and Nine Lanterns in October.
And all the while we’ve been blogging like crazy, doing what we love to do best – sharing our L&D knowledge, insights and experiences with you. Everyone loves a list, so here are some of our favourite blog posts from 2015.
- It’s all about the selfie video
Lead Learning Designer Georgie Cooke couldn’t have been more on trend if she’d written a recipe for your NutriBullet or spiraliser. How can you use simple selfie videos in your elearning?
- Lessons learned from digital journalism
Bit of a cheat, this one – Learning Consultant Emily Berry wrote a four-part series on the evolution of journalism in the digital age and its parallels with learning content.
- Put the focus on learning for managers
Steve Lowenthal celebrated our Blends That Work for Leadership guide by rounding up 8 ways to focus your learning strategy on managers to drive results.
- Social – what’s in a name?
Is social learning just another bandwagon? Krista Woodley, Learning Consultant, looks at social learning and whether it’s here to stay.
- The rules of engagement
Kineo’s Global Managing Director, Matt Johnson, talked about the perennial L&D question – how will I keep my learners engaged? He looked at what we’re doing right now and whether technology helps us build engagement.
- What’s killing your gamification?
‘Slap a leaderboard on it. That'll turn our learning assessment into a game!’ Right? Instructional Designer Richard Durham talks about what games, used properly, can really bring to your learning.
- Interactive video is here
We all want our learning to have a lasting impact and build memory. Lead Learning Designer Seth Dickens digs deeper into how we can use interactive video to create the ultimate immersive learning experience.
- Measuring the success of your LMS
Is it time to bring out the champagne? Account Director Nina Brebner explores a framework for measuring the entire success of your learning management system.
- Halloween fun with EssentialsPlus
We love a seasonal blog post. Halloween gave us the chance to talk about our off-the-shelf elearning suite, EssentialsPlus. And the chance to bust out some spooktacular puns. Scary but true.
So that’s our top 10 for 2015. And the thing about looking backwards is, it makes you wonder what’s coming next. Here’s to more sharing and learning in 2016.