We are now more than halfway through our second Open Learning Experience (OLX) of the year with Not Just Another E-learning Course, a three-part interactive and social learning experience designed to help L&D departments craft more engaging learning experiences for less.
Starting with part one, ‘When and Why to Try a New Approach’, we introduced the concept of the modern learner and what this migth mean for approaches to L&D in 2019. These first few levels explored the changing demographics of the learners within your organization, the increase in the need for on-demand and mobile learning experiences and the transition from Instructional Design (ID) to Learning Experience Design (LXD).
It is only when organizations start accounting for these changes amongst their audience and their specific learning needs within the workplace that we can begin disseminating truly meaningful learning experiences that speak to the learner and their individual learning goals. That’s where part two comes in!
Part Two: Key Learning Points
Delving into part two, ‘Structuring Your Learning Experience’ we took a look at the how and why of curating resources for online learning, specifically giving attention to the process of repurposing old content to make it more relevant today, as well as demonstrating the best way to structure a course to achieve higher engagement amongst learners.
Below you’ll find the key learning points from the first instalment of this OLX, as well as the learning resources used to help aid your understanding.
- Understanding what content is worth repurposing for new courses
- Understanding the best way to structure your course for higher engagement
- Understanding what resources will best achieve your learner’s goals
Part-three of Not Just Another Elearning Course starts Monday 7th October. Sign-up to the experience now.
Libby graduated from the University of Winchester in May 2018 with a degree in Media and Communication and soon after joined HT2 Labs as a Digital Communications Officer.
Following their acquisition in June 2019, Libby is now a Marketing Executive at Learning Pool and with a keen interest in content marketing, Libby’s day-to-day involves blog writing, press releases, case studies and more!
Outside of work, Libby enjoys all things health and fitness related, including long walks and morning swims. Having spent 9-weeks travelling Central and South America before University, Libby is a keen traveller and you’ll often find her planning her next trip with her partner.