Month: October 2016

Creating A Learning Culture At Work

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staff training Now more than ever, the well-being of an enterprise depends on a constant influx of new knowledge. Product ideas, sales techniques, communications technology, adapting and developing new processes, and keeping pace with industry standards or the requirements of regulatory compliance: all of these rely on the assimilation of new concepts and information. Formal… Read more »

Using Video In Collaborative Learning

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staff training We often hear the virtues of independent, self-motivated learning. But humans are by nature a communal species – and much of what we assimilate takes place in a social context. Even so-called “independent learning” activities have a social element, as research, exploration, and the testing out of new techniques all build on the… Read more »

Is 3D Learning Solid?

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e-learning While text and graphics form the main part of most sets of training materials, there are applications and circumstances for which simple (or complex) words aren’t enough – and even pictures can’t fully communicate, or achieve the desired effect. In situations like these, 3D learning presents a viable alternative. What is 3D Learning? Visual… Read more »