Since the start of COVID-19 organizations hurrying to move training to formats have been seen by us. A challenge has been to operate fast yet when possible do more than just create click-next screens of text or offer hours of lecture, with little else, in a assembly format that is virtual. In some instances you will find , perhaps better, options that are less-traditional which can be made and deployed.
Text-based messaging may work in lieu of a much strategy. We see examples of this with organizations that provide content in bites of up to about 5 minutes each week, together with messages delivered throughout the period of a few days or months. Brian Dusablon of Learning Ninjas recently assembled a sample course for the Arist competition on accessibility and inclusion (you can enroll in the course at no cost here). Learners can subscribe to email or texts and decide on the time of day content will arrive. Figures 1-3 show that a day’s content.
Figure 1: Introduction to lesson accessibility
Figure 2: Part 2 (of 3) of lesson
Figure 3: Lesson closes with hyperlinks to resources and query for reflection
Much like the text-format illustration previously, learning experiences can offer nudges and spaced learning to encourage behavior change and sustain new customs. Email is ubiquitous, familiar, and comfortable for learners, and is currently embedded in the workflow. In her Learning Solutions article on this issue, Sarah Mercier discusses ways learning may be used for topics like compliance and onboarding. She brought the topic to The eLearning Guild’s recent.
Figure 4: Example of a email instruction snack for a workplace safety Program
The email and text examples above illustrate the notion of learning campaigns: A series of learning activities and frequently . The example below provides behavior prompts–easy to harder–rather than tons of educational content. The objective of this effort. Campaigns can be provided by means of many different formats, from email into messaging or LMS notifications to text.
Sales readiness platform and medtronic medical device maker recently teamed up to create a solution and COVID patients. Hospitals desperate for ventilators, are taking whatever they can get, such as products by which they have zero experience. This is coupled with a scenario in which ventilator manufacturer repetitions and respiratory therapists are in short supply. This involved an enormous 24/7 campaign from both spouses; both also to provide translations and to convince manufacturers to share data in such an open way. The app is available to any healthcare professional at no cost. See this Allego website.
Looking traditional approaches to tools and collaborations will help provide powerful, engaging learning experiences. Try to look past talking-head virtual meetings and content for strategies which can improve your offerings, even if working beneath constraints.