Organizations are thinking more strategically about how they use and deploy their human capital assets. As a result, demand for learning and development programs will grow. It is the job of a learning development officer to identify learning goals, create learning strategies, oversee their execution and ensure all educational programs align with larger company goals. Do you have what it takes?
There is an undeniable opportunity to level-up digital content and engage with a larger audience. Whether looking to hire and retain the right people or create valuable paid content for your target audience, the expectations of content consumers are rising. Are you ready to provide compelling online content? Here's how.
If you’ve been meaning to learn a thing or two about instructional design (or brush up your skills by diving into something new), this comprehensive resource round-up is the perfect place to start.
We’ve been in this business for a while, so here is what we predict will be the top trends for 2022 for online education and training.
You don’t need to be a designer to use design to your advantage: from the typeface and colors you select to the images that accompany your text, the design elements you choose are all part of communicating effectively with your audience. Understanding and executing a few design basics can enhance any document, online course, website, or any other project, and gives a greater chance of connecting with your audience beyond text alone.
We all want an equitable education. We all want to see our learners succeed. When we elect OER for precedent in education, we are putting equity first. Through OER, organizations can use verified, up-to-date, free resources that avoid circulation and print delays. This means that educators can provide an expanded access to a quality education on a global scale.
Madison Area Technical College is known for their real-world, smart approach to learning – offering students innovative, high-tech career programs and college transfer opportunities. Since the College's humble trade school beginnings in 1912, Madison College has reflected the world around it.
Digital content and online learning are far from new, but as we have learned - especially in light of the past year - quality online learning experiences are in high demand. There is a lot of confusion, though, on the differences between an LMS and CAMS. Does your organization need both? When is the right time to integrate a CAMS with my LMS? We dive into these important questions and distinctions.
At CourseArc, we have noticed some common traits amongst our team members and the instructional designers working for our clients. These folks LOVE online learning and you can too by learning and adopting the 5 Love Languages of the Instructional Designer.
In your journey to teaching and learning online, the last and final step is preparing your program for the future.