Learning strategy, accessibility, and content tips for organization
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If you haven't yet begun training your healthcare staff in what to do with Ebola in your community, start now. Here are a few dependable resources you can begin with by circulating to your team:
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how to get the whole team on board, what the technology requirements are, and why your learners are probably asking for online module delivery.
Don't let negative thinking about e-learning derail your project. Use these strategies to change your employee's attitudes.
CHWTraining.org (a project of Talance) is hosting a free webinar event on October 7 for any AHEC administrator hungry for information about how to expand education and enrollment through e-learning. Directors, program administrators and trainers from AHECs are invited to attend. Introduction to E-learning: What Every AHEC Needs To Know About Online Training is complimentary […]
Most administrators think that online training is the easy solution to training workers who live and work in remote, rural locations. These tips will help your distance learning program a bigger success.
How AHEC of Southeastern Massachusetts launched two new courses online and kicked off a new e-learning method of serving learners.
Following the positive response we received from our article Ways to Increase E-learning Participation, we offer 10 more ways to help learners lock away lessons.
Your learners will thank you for discovering the best way of delivering educational materials.
While defining the way you deliver training online might be confusing to the uninitiated, there is a method that the industry follows. Here's a handy little guide to how e-learning is delivered, which is summed up in two words: asynchronous and synchronous.
Dozens of new services and promise to bring strength to your online training program. Here are five that are honestly useful.
What’s hot in online education delivery methods, and why your organization can’t ignore any of them. Learners keep raising the bar on what they expect in terms of education. It seems anything can drive the need to expand and elevate what you offer them. It might be availability (can they take the course in the […]
With the right team in place, your organization can establish and a successful e-learning program that meets the needs of your learners. The only way to create an online learning program that works and complements your organization is to plug into the right brainpower. But your team of training employees will look a little different […]
Any training program needs extra effort to encourage enrollment, especially new ones. Here are 10 tips you can use to increase enrollment in your program. Form partnerships with other programs and organizations Team up with similar or complimentary programs or neighboring organizations, and ask them to co-promote the online course with you. You can often […]
Answering a handful of key questions in this readiness quiz will let you assess how well your organization will adapt to a shift to online training, and tell you where you have the most work to do to prepare.
Make your participants’ online experience a success by identifying their strengths and weaknesses before they begin. After months of planning, designing and working, you’re ready to offer your first online course. It’s been a detailed process that involved buy-in from administrators and department heads, and training for your staff. You’ve got the technology set up […]
The key to making better online courses is to test, revise, and test again.
Massachusetts Department of Public Heath's Patient Navigation Training program has a new video that shows what navigators do beautifully.
Beginning any new training program can be an exercise in anxiety. Testing, piloting and review are essential steps that lead to a more successful program, but the true test of the effectiveness of a program is when your participants succeed. Engagement varies widely, depending on the course and who’s taking it. And there’s no one […]