Since the onset of COVID-19 organizations rushing to proceed F2F training to online formats have been seen by us. A challenge is to operate quickly yet when possible do create click-next screens of provide or text hours of lecture, with little else, at a assembly format that is virtual. In certain cases you will find possibly better, alternatives which could be made and deployed more quickly.
Text-based messaging may work nicely in lieu of a more usual strategy. We see examples of this with associations that provide content in snacks of up to about five minutes per week, with messages delivered across the period of a few days or weeks. Brian Dusablon of Learning Ninjas recently assembled a sample route to the Arist contest on accessibility and inclusion (you can register in the class at no cost here). Learners may subscribe to email or texts and decide on the time of day new content will arrive. Figures 1-3 show the content of a day.
Figure 1: Introduction to lesson accessibility
Figure 2: Part 2 (of 3) of lesson
Much like the example previously, learning experiences delivered by email can provide spaced learning and nudges to promote behavior change and sustain new customs. Email is ubiquitous, familiar, and comfortable for learners, and is embedded in the workflow. In her Learning Solutions informative article on the topic, ways learning may be used for topics like compliance and Immunology are discussed by Sarah Mercier. She brought the topic on a Shoestring Online Conference into The eLearning Guild’s current L&D.
Figure 4: Example of an email learning snack to get a workplace safety course
The email and text cases above illustrate the idea of learning A set of learning activities offered across time attempts, and frequently including different mediums, designed to supply nudges that encourage behavior change. The example below offers behavior prompts–simple to harder–instead of tons of content. The objective of this campaign. Campaigns could be offered via a variety of formats into LMS notifications or messaging to text.
Figure 5: Example of tasks for a learning campaign with the Aim of helping managers develop a habit of giving feedback
Medtronic medical device maker and COVID patients — and sales readiness platform teamed up to create a solution with substantial effect on the current hospital workers. Hospitals are taking whatever they could get, such as products by. This can be coupled with a scenario in which respiratory therapists and ventilator manufacturer reps are in short supply. By all reports, this involved an campaign from both partners; both to convince manufacturers to share proprietary data in such an open way and to provide translations. The program is available to any health care practitioner at no cost. Watch this Allego site to learn more.
Figure 6: The Ventilator Training Alliance program Offers healthcare workers with ventilator training from all Significant ventilator manufacturers
Looking traditional methods to applications that are familiar and collaborations will help provide effective, engaging learning experiences. Try to look beyond virtual meetings and content that is next-button for strategies that could enhance your offerings, even when functioning beneath constraints.