7 Posts in Online Learning
We live and breathe online training and education. It’s our bread and butter at Relias. So we come across A LOT of misconceptions and inaccurate information during our daily chats, emails, phone calls, etc. That’s why we thought it’d be great if we could offer up the 6 most common misconceptions we’ve heard from the industry regarding online training.
Happy New Year folks! Hope you all had a wonderful break, and were able to reflect on 2015 and its many lessons. What better way to start off 2016 than reading – or rereading – our most impactful blog posts of last year?
Remember when you were young and you inadvertently did something to annoy your parents? Do you remember what they said to you when they lost their patience?
It seems obvious that if you take something mundane and add a fun element to it, that it will most likely change people’s behavior. Turning work into a game is not a new concept. As Mary Poppins said, “A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down,” right? That’s why mom made airplane sounds with the spoonful of mashed peas and we actually opened our mouths. The concept seems simple enough....
At Relias, we’re always studying user behavior. Our behavioral science experts focus on studies – and our own testing – to enhance our learning management system and the course content we provide. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at how we used behavioral science to target one desired behavior for learners using our system.
If you’re creating training courses for your adult staff members, you probably already know that you have to use different techniques than you might if you were in a primary education setting. Here are five tips on how to combine content and technology best practices to up your game.
Onboarding new staff is a regular occurrence for Health and Human Service Organizations and we know that balancing your mandatory staff training with your other day-to-day responsibilities is not easy—yet has to be done! In this day and age of technology you can achieve consistent compliance year after year without adding hours to your work schedule and training agenda. One way to do that is...