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Everything you need to know about selecting digital learning content for your next project
Selecting digital learning content is a vital step for any L&D team. However, it shouldn’t be a painful one. It’s our goal to simplify this process, so we’ve compiled everything you need to know about selecting digital learning content for your next project.
Digital learning content should drive higher learner engagement
To engage your audience, you must first understand them. What motivates them? What has their learning experience been so far? And, most importantly, why is learning important to them? To answer these questions we’ve identified a few essential steps that you can take.
Start small and focus on priority skill gaps to better understand your learners
Too often, L&D teams anchor themselves to an assumption rather than taking the time to conduct in-depth interviews with the end-user. We offer insights on how to avoid these pitfalls and better understand your learners' needs.
Carpe Diem: why L&D needs to rethink curiosity
This fourth and final blog in our Carpe Diem L&D series, written by Learning Strategist Shannon Tipton, looks at the importance of supporting breakthrough thinking, having curiosity as a business practice, and seizing the day. How? By tightening the relationship between learning and business to build curiosity into the business ecosystem.
L&D: leverage community to Carpe Diem
The third blog in our Carpe Diem L&D series, written by Michelle Ockers, host of the ‘Learning Uncut’ podcast. Here, Michelle looks at how L&D can leverage community as a sure-fire way to move from discomfort and uncertainty to creativity and action.
Seize the opportunity to link learning to business
L&D has often leaned on the term “Provide learning to the right people, at the right place, at the right time.” But is this enough to ensure we are creating business value? Dive into this in our second blog of the Carpe Diem L&D series, written by Shannon Tipton, workplace Learning Strategist and owner of Learning Rebels.