Friday, 31 July 2009

Re-inventing the E-learning Experience

I ran a webinar for the Learning and Skills Group earlier this month on re-inventing the e-learning experience. I mentioned this in a previous post, so let me know what you think of the ideas and examples presented.

How can you show that e-learning is clearly adding value to your business? Learning portals provide a focused, engaging and contextual experience for staff that more directly supports their working day. In this session Lars Hyland demonstrates how global media company Sky is revolutionising its induction programme with a pioneering media-rich portal. Drawing on experience from some of the UK's most recognised brands (Bupa, EDF, Vodafone) Lars will examine:

  • Using focused learning portals to solve key business challenges
  • Improving performance of new starters with a smart onboarding or induction programme
  • How cutting the 'time to competence' clearly establishes the value of learning
  • Making 'self-service' performance support easy to use, engaging and effective
  • Five tips for building an unbeatable business case


rone said...

Nice post... As elearing is seems to beneficial for web based services not face to face interaction.. It really enhance the spirit of team work while sitting at different places and adding the value in the business..

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mack said...

This is fascinating.
I’d been taught that left-aligned labels are preferred, to support the prototypical F-shaped eye-tracking heatmap of web browsing. The idea is that it supports easy vertical scanning.
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