Can your learning experiences change how you think? Marc Prensky wrote two articles on differences between how digital native and digital immigrants learn. His research contradicts popular conceptions about the brain and how we learn.
Here's a great example of what can be done in a training video. This 15 minute movie was created by the State of Pennsylvania to educate buyers about green purchasing. Dale Van Blokland, an instructional designer for Austin, TX, shared this video with Austin ASTD.
We are designing training on case management services for people living with HIV in Texas. Our client has nine slides packed with deatils on the histroy of the virus and its treatment. It seemes like this content would put case managers to sleep so our task is to find an interesting way to make the information available. We always like to find engaging ways of presenting information. With the client's help, we found a great timeline interaction.
In today's rapidly changing business environment, learning is a crucial skill in the ability to remain relevant and meet the needs of your clients. There are five factors that influence an organization’s ability to learn and be responsive to changes in the business world. Here's the article: