To create a strong learning content strategy, a key area is to "really" know what content your learners actually need. Not just what the business thinks they need. There are various processes for more of a sheep-dip type of strategy, such as a reliance on a competency matrix that is mapped to job roles, where every … Continue reading 5 tips on how to know what content your learners really need
In my last blog post I described how a Learning Management System (LMS) can help benefit Health Care Professionals (HCPs) with distance learning to achieve CME (Continued Medical Education) /CPD (Continued Professional Development) points. I would like to expand on this post to see how this is applicable for re-validation requirements for HCPs in the … Continue reading eLearning – Revalidation for HCPs
For some people, the thought of implementing an LMS (Learning Management System) is a daunting prospect, a step to far into the unknown. However, perhaps those people don't realise the level of efficiency improvements that can be gained by doing just that. Here are 3 fairly straight forward training management efficiency improvements that you will see … Continue reading 3 training management efficiency improvements from using an LMS
I have started writing blog posts since last month and I posted 2 blogs but daily I am checking those posts like how many people have viewed it or how many liked it or are there any comments for my improvement? The more and more view or like give me happiness and I realized it … Continue reading Quality vs Quantity (The Age-Old Blogging Debate)
I see it everywhere nowadays. Content is created by the people, for the people and is shared between everyone using mobile devices. Be it on Wikipedia, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and every other "sharing" platform available, we are all creating content and we are all curating that content for our own purposes and needs. So … Continue reading Will elearning developers become “content curators”?