Your Guide To Transitioning To Online Learning
Making the move to online training isn’t just a matter of uploading existing assets and hoping for the best. You need to create inclusive and easily accessible content for every member of the team. For this reason, many organizations opt for a hybrid learning strategy that combines asynchronous and synchronous activities. However, you need the right tools for the task. This playbook for transitioning to online learning shows you how to use tried and tested training resources, as well as captions and transcription, to design learning experiences for all.
How To Strike An eLearning Balance
eLearning personalization requires a holistic approach that makes everyone feel included. For example, you might use a blend of live events and self-paced certification courses to cater to different preferences and needs. This also extends to accessibility options. Live captions that use Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) technology and transcription improve comprehension and knowledge retention. Learners with special needs, those who speak English as a second language, and even mobile learners dealing with external noise distractions reap the rewards. Another perk is being able to offer study aids and reference tools in the form of lecture transcripts.
About This eBook
This online learning playbook walks you through every step of the transition process, from choosing tech tools to creating a connection with your audience. Here’s a brief glimpse of what you’ll find inside:
- Take A Unified Approach To Technology
- Balance Synchronous And Asynchronous Learning
- Capitalize On Hybrid Learning Opportunities
- Foster Connection With Students In Virtual Spaces
- Accessible Course Materials
Tips To Create Accessible Learning Opportunities For All
Download the eBook Transitioning To Effective Online Learning: The Playbook to discover how to combine the right tools with a solid learning strategy. It features insider tips to train your team on how to use technology and build a personal connection with your learning audience. Download your copy today to develop an accessibility approach that works best for your organization.