Yesterday’s post covered the benefits of hosting a learning lab in the workplace, as well as a few critical elements that it should have. Below are some tips for hosting a successful learning lab at your own organization.
Category: Mobile Learning
Most people are glued to their phones, at home, at school, and at work. Offering training through their favorite device helps you deliver training in an easy to use and convenient format.
Learning labs are typically only thought of as being present at public schools, colleges, and universities. They offer a space where students can go to exercise and practice new skills and seek out additional learning resources. And they’re typically located in a designated room or building on a campus or in a library.
Expanding on yesterday’s post, here are a few additional things you’ll want to contemplate doing as you implement mobile learning across your organization.
According to research gathered by Ambient Insight, the U.S. mobile learning market will reach $2.1 billion next year, and global mobile learning revenues will reach $14.5 billion. And this will most likely be due to the number of people joining the mobile workforce, which is expected to double or even triple in size in 2018 […]
The global e-learning market is anticipated to reach approximately $325 billion by 2025, demonstrating e-learning’s expanding usefulness to organizations of all kinds and sizes. As more organizations begin adopting e-learning technology, it gets less and less expensive, and demand for it continues to increase. To meet the increasing demand for e-learning technology, innovators are creating […]
According to Gartner, the mobile workforce is anticipated to double or triple in size by 2018, as workers begin to rely more and more on their mobile devices. Consequently, the mobile learning industry was expected to grow in worth from $5.3 billion in 2013 to $12.2 billion in 2017.1 Here are some mobile learning trends you’ll […]
Managers are often dynamic in their outlook and forward-thinking, but any new investment, in particular, with training systems that may cost much but do not bring in financial revenue, there is a need for proven practicality.
Today we are going to ask the simple question: how can we use social media tools effectively to support learning? Jane Bozarth, a speaker, author, and e-learning coordinator for the state of North Carlonia has a few answers.
Workplace safety is important, and there are many opportunities for trainers seeking to educate organizations and their employees on the subject. Today, guest columnist Clare Condon takes a peek at what jobs look like for environment, health, and safety (EHS) professionals interested in training. Here’s a hint: Bone up on technology and social media!
According to a recent survey, many organizations are falling short when it comes to training executives and board members on ethics and compliance issues. This is a huge oversight, as these are possibly the people in your company who need this training the most! Is your company overlooking these key stakeholders?