Whether you’re working out of Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal or Vancouver how your learners take digital training and eLearning in the workplace is going to change over the years. As 2018 draws closer to an en d it’s important that you are aware of the latest digital learning trends over the next year so that you can design your eLearning to be more impactful and provide a better experience for your learners. Below are some of the upcoming/continuing digital learning trends to loo
Recently, I created an infographic to help summarize OPPI’s annual Business Plan. This included a lot of nested information, assorted numeric data, and key talking points they wanted to get across. The challenge was to condense and organize the information as much as possible to be more easily understood and digestible for learners who might not have read the whole original document. 1. Writing The more I worked on this infographic, the more text I had to excise from the cont
Last week I wrote about an eLearning module I had reviewed and provided feedback on. As I mentioned then, the material significantly lacked several key elements required when creating eLearning so this week I thought I would share a few tips and suggestions that will help ensure success, specific to our learners taking from the material exactly what you expected. The first piece of advice I would start with is the most obvious, and that is to ensure your material covers all
Recently a few folks from the Pathways team, including myself, flew to Vancouver to shoot a 360 video in partnership with St. Johns Ambulance. While I will be writing about that experience in the next few weeks as it was certainly an exciting project to be a part of…for today I would like to talk about a discussion I had with my seat mate on the flight over. About halfway through the flight my seatmate and I got in to a brief discussion about what we each did for a living.
Of the many projects we work on at Pathways, one that continues to provide unique challenges and opportunities is a new system launch initiative for which we will be developing and delivering all of the training. (eLearning, ILT, job aids, video, etc.…). This training will be provided to employees all over Canada in each province so while there have been a few unique challenges as I mentioned above, overall it has been exciting! After several weeks of conferences, focus gr
As a former teacher, creating personalized learning for my students was the norm. It included everything from presenting lessons orally, followed up with a hand-out, a reading, or even a video recording of the lesson to creating a learning environment where students could work independently, in partners, or small groups to offering students choice about how they would demonstrate acquisition or mastery of knowledge, skills, and understanding. Personalized learning as a method