Since the onset of COVID-19 we’ve seen organizations rushing to move F2F training to internet formats. In a recent eLearning Guild survey, 86 percent of respondents said at least several”live” content was being changed to some other means of delivery. A challenge is to work yet when potential do more than simply create displays of text or provide hours of lecture, with little else, at a assembly format that is virtual. In certain instances you will find , possibly better, options that are less-traditional which can be made and deployed.
Messaging can work in lieu of a much more typical strategy. We see examples of this with organizations offering content in snacks of up to about 5 minutes each week, together with messages delivered throughout the period of months or a few days. 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 class for free 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 content.
Figure 1: Introduction to text-based lesson on accessibility
Figure 2: Part 2 (of 3) of lesson
As with the text-format example previously, learning experiences can provide learning and nudges to promote behaviour change and preserve habits. Email is ubiquitous, familiar, and comfortable for learners, and is embedded in the workflow. In her Learning Solutions informative article on this issue, ways learning may be used for diverse topics such as compliance and onboarding are discussed by Sarah Mercier. She also brought the topic to The eLearning Guild’s recent L&D on a Shoestring Online Conference.
Figure 4: Example of a learning bite to get a workplace safety Program
The text and email cases above illustrate the idea of learning A series of learning activities provided across time attempts, and frequently including different mediums, designed to provide nudges that encourage behaviour change. The example below offers behavior prompts–easy to harder–instead of tons of content. The objective of this effort: To create a custom of giving opinions. Campaigns can be provided by means of many different formats to messaging or LMS notifications to text.
Figure 5: Example of tasks for a learning effort with the goal of helping managers develop a habit of giving opinions
Medtronic device maker and COVID patients — and sales readiness platform teamed up to make a solution with substantial impact on today’s hospital employees. Hospitals are taking whatever they can get, such as products with. This can be coupled with a situation in which respiratory therapists and ventilator manufacturer repetitions are in short supply. This involved an effort from both spouses; both to convince manufacturers to discuss data in such an open manner and to provide translations for employees in non-English speaking states. The program is available to any healthcare professional for free. Watch this Allego site.
Figure 6: The Ventilator Training Alliance program provides ventilator instruction from all Significant ventilator manufacturers to healthcare workers
Looking past traditional methods to applications and collaborations can help provide powerful, engaging learning experiences. Try to look past talking-head virtual meetings and next-button content for strategies that can enhance your offerings, even if functioning beneath constraints that are abrupt and difficult.