Intrinsic Motivation In Online Training. Intrinsic motivation centers on internal rewards.
Rather than participating in an online training course to earn tangible rewards or to avoid a negative consequence, employees who are intrinsically motivated become active participants because they are excited about the online training experience or view it as an opportunity to learn something new and expand their knowledge base. Coon and Mitterer (2010) summed up intrinsic motivation quite nicely by stating that "Intrinsic motivation occurs when we act without any obvious external rewards. We simply enjoy an activity or see it as an opportunity to explore, learn, and actualize our potentials. " Employees may even be motivated by the need for self-fulfillment or to enhance their self-esteem.
To help you understand how intrinsic motivation works, I’ll share something that Lionel Messi said. Intrinsically motivated people perform tasks simply because they enjoy doing them and engage in behaviors because they find them rewarding. What's Your Learning Style? Overview of learning styles. Many people recognize that each person prefers different learning styles and techniques.
Learning styles group common ways that people learn. Everyone has a mix of learning styles. Some people may find that they have a dominant style of learning, with far less use of the other styles. eLearn Magazine. Learning Solutions Magazine: Home. 6 eLearning trends for the future. New tips reveal how to maximize online, blended learning using the technology available Online and blended learning, or eLearning, is becoming par-for-the-course in everything from company professional development to campuses across the country.
But trying to ascertain how to implement eLearning can be a nightmare, thanks to a glut of information and hard-to-find current studies. However, thanks to new, broad data about major trends and design best practices from innovative tech think-tanks and industry veterans, learning how to effectively design and implement eLearning has been broken-down into easily digestible chunks for anyone interested in taking those first eLearning steps. And though every course, university mission, and class aptitude is different, understanding why online and blended learning has become so popular, and which trends are likely to continue or evolve in the future, is a good way to ensure the vision for eLearning is on the right track. Beyond the PDF: The Case for Content Innovation. Popular Today in Business: All Popular Articles Content Marketing By Kathy Baughman, Published September 23, 2014 Beyond the PDF: The Case for Content Innovation B2B content strategy has evolved significantly in the past few years with leading brands considering the information needs of the multiple decision-makers in the buying center.
They create faceted content roadmaps that consider the different context, format preferences, level of detail and influences for each topic for each person in the buying center. Instead, brands need to consider new formats that can serve the needs of more than one member of the buying center as well as stimulate comprehension and the desire to know more. Content Innovation: Why it Matters It’s not just the content; it’s the content experience. The buying center is getting more complex. New to E-Learning – Where to get started. This infographic is available to download here. 1.
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" asks the aging hipster in the faux retro tee. "Oh, me? I'm a Learning Interface Designer.” I pause a minute to test the sound of it tripping off the tongue… sounds sexy enough. This party introduction marks the final stage in the beta testing of an emergent concept: learning interface design. By putting forth this Manifesto, Michael Allen, Julie Dirksen, Clark Quinn, and Will Thalheimer invite all learning professionals to pledge to do the things that are necessary to create an engaging and effective experience fo. Rock the Deadline's Content Marketing Blog: Tips, Trends & Best Practices for Marketers & Agencies.
A Month’s Worth of Growth Hacks October 20, 2014 by Tricia Goss Growing your customer base probably rates rather high on your to do list.
It is figuring out how to do it that can be a challenge. Recently, Moz published an actionable, 21-“hack” post that can help you (which you can read here). If you prefer information in visual format, however, you might want to check out Referral Candy’s corresponding infographic. The eLearning Guild: Community & Resources for eLearning Professionals. The Source of Bad Writing. Upload & Share PowerPoint presentations, documents, infographics. Use Visual Diagrams and Mind Map Content for Best Results.
One of the most challenging aspects of writing is coming up with new ideas for content.
We all share that same “hit a wall” feeling every now and then, and it is always nice to have some strategies to bring yourself back to the creative process of developing new ideas. Of course as we all know, the second challenge we face as writers is keeping it all organized and being able to come up with something creative that flows, all stemming from this one idea that took so long to think up.
Fortunately, there are many strategies to help solve some of these problems, and while every writer has their own preference, a personal favorite is mind mapping. If you’re looking for something new to help you with the old problems, this might be just what your brain needs. Mind mappingis not a new idea by any means, and people have been writing about it since 2008. eLearn Magazine.
HOW TO: Prevent the Learner Zombie Apocalypse in Your Organisation.