It’s easy to see how the e-learning environment has grown and evolved into the platforms we’re seeing today. Not only is it simpler, but learners are able to take courses in their own time, without being in a training room, and the learning process moves faster than it would in a traditional environment. What’s more, with so many learning management systems (LMS) on the market, companies can easily find something that matches their training needs and budget.
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Many companies still aren't sold on the advantages of e-learning, even though it can mean significant time and cost savings for your L&D department. If you're struggling to get your stakeholders on board, HowToMoodle has put together a handy infographic to explain the benefits of e-learning. Whether you're looking to implement change quickly, cut the cost of training or make the best use of your existing resources, e-learning has proven highly beneficial for thousands of businesses worldwide, so simply click on the image below to access the PDF version of the infographic.
The fictitious Acme Corporation has come up with their latest innovation - a dog-walking robot. Sounds like a fantastic idea for pooch lovers; however anyone involved in marketing these robots will need to know how they work, who might want to buy one, and if there are any possible hazards. So how can you ensure everyone in your extended enterprise network are product gurus, knowing everything there is to know about whatever you sell? This recipe should help.
You’ve purchased a new system at work or want to train staff on an existing platform.
Where do you start?
One-off training is no longer an option, and the most successful companies are following recipes similar to the one outlined below.
When you’re just beginning with e-learning, getting your learning management system in place is just one of the stepping stones. For many learning and development people, the IT aspects of a learning management system implementation project can seem like the biggest hurdle. But having the technology in place is only one part of the puzzle. What you do with the technology is more important. Tools such as Totara LMS are highly flexible, but they can seem like a daunting blank canvas at first.
We recently ran a webinar with Anders Pink's Stephen Walsh, who told our Partners all about how they can introduce content curation into their Totara LMS with our new plugin. If you missed the webinar or want a recap, check out the recording below. For more information about the benefits of content curation for online learning, check out our blog post on the topic.
This is a guest post from Jessica Freeman.
We live in an era where the popularity of digital solutions is increasing in almost every domain of activity. Everything is changing, and that is because of the fast-paced development of technology. In every field, you can now find digital software, professional tools, and innovative solutions for almost every possible problem.
It seems like it was only yesterday that I decided to attend the first local Learning Pool Live event. In fact, Learning Pool have been organising these personal events for years and in that time we have seen the company grow so quickly. With the right tools and talent, Learning Pool have been able to drive improvements in lots of organisations, from a 38% reduction in staff turnover to a saving of 80% in training costs.
"How can we give our subject matter experts and our partner organisations the ability to design and publish courses on our Totara LMS?"
In today's blog post, we're getting back to basics and looking at the seven advantages of e-learning thanks to 2015 Global Partner of the Year Learning Pool's new infographic. In this infographic, we discover why e-learning accessed on platforms like Totara LMS is such a great option for so many organisations, and how it can improve the ROI of your L&D budget and help you achieve measurable results for your company. This infographic originally appeared on the Learning Pool blog.