Since the start of COVID-19 organizations hurrying to proceed training that was F2F to formats have been seen by us. A challenge has been to work quickly yet when potential do more than just create click-next displays of offer or text hours of lecture, with little else, at a digital meeting format. In some instances you will find less-traditional, possibly better, options which could be made and deployed more quickly.
Messaging may work in lieu of a more typical approach. We often see examples of the with associations that provide content in snacks of around about five minutes per week, with messages delivered throughout the span of a couple of days or weeks. Brian Dusablon of Learning Ninjas recently built a sample course to the Arist contest on accessibility and inclusion (you are able to 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 a day’s articles.
Figure 1: Introduction to text-based lesson accessibility
Figure 2: Part 2 (of 3) of lesson
As with the text-format illustration above, learning experiences delivered by email can offer learning and nudges preserve habits and to encourage behavior change. Email is ubiquitous, familiar, and comfortable for students, and is embedded in the workflow. In her recent Learning Solutions informative article on the topic, ways learning may be used for topics such as onboarding and compliance are discussed by Sarah Mercier. She also brought the topic to The eLearning Guild’s recent.
Figure 4: Example of an learning snack to get a workplace safety course
The email and text examples above illustrate the idea of learning A set of learning activities offered over time: attempts, and often . The example below provides behavior prompts–simple to harder–rather than tons of instructional content. The goal of this effort: To create a custom of giving opinions. Campaigns could be offered by means of many different formats to text. View my March 2020 Nuts & Bolts column for more on learning attempts.
Allego sales willingness platform and medtronic device manufacturer recently teamed up to create a solution with impact on the hospital employees of today — and COVID patients. Hospitals desperate for ventilators, are taking whatever they could get, including products by which they have no experience. This can be coupled with a scenario where ventilator manufacturer repetitions and respiratory therapists are in short supply. This involved an campaign from both partners also to provide translations and to convince manufacturers to discuss data in an open manner. The app is available to any health professional at no cost. See this Allego site for more information.
Figure 6: The Ventilator Training Alliance app Offers ventilator instruction from all ventilator manufacturers to healthcare workers
Looking beyond traditional methods to familiar applications and collaborations can help provide timely, effective learning experiences. Try to look beyond digital meetings and articles that is next-button for approaches that could enhance your offerings, even if functioning under hard and abrupt constraints.