In honour of International Women’s Day, we would like to invite you to a one-time online webinar: #LevelingThePlayingField.
Did you know that eLearning includes a broad scope of choices? Depending on what the learning goal is, who the learners are and how you expect them to consume training—an organization will make different design and deployment choices. And one of these options is video.
Social Learning is a growing trend for 2020. As technology provides for increased collaboration tools (forums, chat sessions, online groups), these elements will become an essential part of an organization’s training programs. Consider an online course that you might be taking right now. Think of yourself and your fellow learners as classmates in a virtual world. Now, imagine […]
It is with great excitement that I announce We Love Learning has officially expanded into Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, and Guyana. A big thank you to the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service; with their support, we now have operations and business completed, in-progress, or planned for all three countries. I recently returned from an extended trip to the Caribbean—read on to learn […]
Welcome! I recently attended DevLearn 2019 in Las Vegas – the world’s premier eLearning conference. And guess who the opening keynoter was? SOPHIA! What a fantastic experience it was – she was funny, articulate, and even witty. But more importantly, her presentation was full of new information about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how forward thinkers are applying it in […]
As new technologies are being developed, they are changing the way we work, interact and how we learn. Let’s look at this scenario. You are working in a warehouse where you need to operate large pieces of equipment. The operator arrives at a forklift that he/she has never used before, but is able to scan […]
Many companies have started to incorporate a learning and development program for their employees. Being able to offer training is win-win for the employer and the employee.
A good place to start is to identify the gap between how your employees are performing now and how they need to be performing in the future. You might not need to design a whole new training program, it could be that your current programs could use a refresh.
What the heck is just-in-time training? You have a workplace issue that requires immediate attention, and you need your employees to have access to the information they are looking for at an exact moment—how can you make that possible? That is where just-in-time training (JIT) comes in! Just-in-time training is excellent when there is content […]