7 Tips in Building Relationships with Remote Learners – Workshop Tip # 261

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Tools-Driven Training Not so long ago, we embraced the idea of eLearning asynchronous training projects and hoped to realize the promise of promoting self-driven, independent learning. We created hundreds of thousands of eLearning courses using a variety of authoring tools.…

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Using Commonplace Microtechnologies in Your Microlearning Strategies – Workshop Tip # 260

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(Special thanks to Espen Lund of Tomra for sharing ideas) Have you ever thought of a kitchen spatula as microtechnology? It’s true. Whenever we cook at home, we are using a whole bunch of microtechnologies. These are commonplace tools like…

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6 Most Popular Microlearning Ideas- Flashcards, Mapping, Short PDFs, etc. – Workshop Tip #258

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Take a look at the featured image. Have you ever noticed these signs in airports or restrooms? Or perhaps even on posters, sales kits, and product guides? Without knowing it, we are already seeing a lot of Microlearning tools. But…

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How to Write Very, Very, Very Short Stories for Your eLearning – Workshop Tip #256

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To start this off, you don’t need long storytelling in eLearning. They are a waste of time and even if you try hard to perfect them, the results will be of low quality.  That’s quite an unkind indictment of stories.…

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How to Search Even Faster Using Microlearning – Workshop Tip #255

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Search engines revolutionized the way we research. By simply hovering on the “search” bar and typing keywords, we instantly get a bevy of information and results. But the questions are: Does this innovation drive more learning? Is searching more important…

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The Learning Sparks – Adding Reflections To Your Learning Programs – Workshop Tip #254

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Whenever I design and deliver learning programs for webinars, eLearning, or workflow learning, I always get curious and excited to witness the sparks of learning. I eagerly anticipate the moment when learners can finally connect the dots and leap up…

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When Worlds Collide: The Clash of Linearity and Chaos – Workshop Tip #253

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Looking back at early 2019, who would have thought that in just a matter of weeks, the world, including anyone and everyone, would experience rapid and extreme changes to their lives as the pandemic soared? Can anyone explain how this…

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Loners in the Organization: Do You Matter in the Overall Workflow? – Workshop Tip #251

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Consider this. You spend most of your waking hours working. Day in and day out, you ensure that you deliver your tasks on time and to the best of your ability. You pride yourself on the quality of your work.…

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Critical Thinking, Dialogue, and the Role of the Coach in Workflow Learning – Workshop Tip #250

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Have you ever participated in sports? Think about that for a moment. Did you work with a coach? What was the role of the coach? How did the coach help you think for yourself? One role of the coach is…

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A New Model for Upskilling Frontline Leaders to Effectively Train Their Workers – Workshop Tip #249

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The sudden COVID-19 outbreak brought many problems to the forefront, particularly in business and workforce sectors. This is where we’ve seen a drastic reduction in the frontline workforce. In facing today’s reality, many Chief Learning Officers, managers, and leaders are…

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