A few years ago, a learner would enrol in a training session and spend two days in a room with a trainer and their peers. They would then go back to work and try to apply what they had learned.
Online video consumption in our everyday lives has taken off, indisputably. Everything now seems easily accessible via video –sometimes for free or at a low cost:
Understanding your learners’ expectations is fundamental to designing effective e-Learning courses and improving Learner eXperience. Take a look at this short video to find out what your learners actually want from e-Learning.
Written for TD Magazine by Marie-Laure Curie, Project director for bespoke learning and consulting solutions, Cegos Group The customer experience (CX) or user experience (UX) approach is no longer an option for companies that wish to remain competitive.
Are you interested in discovering how well leaders and managers are prepared to face the challenges created by industry disrupters ? Cegos recently surveyed business, HR and learning leaders, as well as middle management professionals, across the APAC region.
Interactivity drives learning engagement. There are several reasons why interactivity in learning produces better learning outcomes… Read our listicle to find out more:
Engaging today’s learners with interactivity: tips to do a much better job when it comes to delivering engaging learning on the job
Not seeing high levels of learner engagement, skills transfer, or business impact in your programs? Have a look at the below infographic!
If learners are not engaged, they will not learn. Yet modern learners are highly distracted. Getting — and keeping — their attention is more difficult than ever.
Are you interested to discover six tips for HR and learning development professionals to make their workforce learning experience more interactive and engaging? Read our listicle to find out more: