Custom E-Learning solutions begin from a business perspective. You should have a clear understanding of why the training is needed and how you will measure its success. I start with general business questions to identify gaps, needs, and metrics. Here are a few:
How can social media boost effectiveness of traditional E-Learning courses? E-Learning and social media each facilitate the transfer of information across long distances and great divides. It should be simple, then, to find a symbiotic relationship between the two.
Let’s start with Twitter. The combination of Twitter’s forced brevity and its focus on topically-engineered “hashtags” provide an efficient way to aggregate snippets of information (that may also include external links) relevant to a specific subject. For instance, associating the #elearning hashtag to your tweet will include it among the vast sea of search results for E-Learning-related tweets.
Presenter: Debbie Richards
Houston 2013 E-Learning Symposium: Trainers as Curators of Ideas: A New Metaphor for the Digital AgeSubmitted by adibm on Mon, 04/22/2013 - 14:43
Presenter: Corinne Weisgerber