When someone’s pursuit of knowledge is “ongoing, voluntary and self-motivated”, it can be called lifelong learning. Lifelong learning takes a holistic approach to education and development, actively encouraging people to learn throughout their entire lives while enhancing their human potential as a whole. Lifelong learning is different from continuing education of job-based skills development: it has a broader scope and more creative outlets, such as online tools and courses.
Regardless of numerous benefits of training, managers are being pushed to do more with less money and fewer resources. In this article, we will look at how to prove the value of learning initiatives over its costs, as well as different ways to ensure that you can get more bang for your buck when it comes to training.
Learn how to use the bugle online video training platform from both the student and the back-office manager perspectives in this online course, from the bugle Academy.
We all know that video is the most popular medium for communication and sharing information. We also know that video training is a great way to enhance performance, as it provides a standardized method of sharing knowledge throughout an organization and is a way to communicate in an engaging manner with all its stakeholders. But there’s more to video besides being trendy.
“We need you to present this course.” Dreaded words for many of us that would prefer to get a back massage by a gorilla than to be in front of a camera. When I received this request, I felt a mix of excitement (I confess!) and, you guessed it: overwhelming fear. Spoiler alert: it was actually quite a fun and fulfilling experience so, for you, my fellow “camerafobics”, I’m sharing some tips to help you go through it and get a great result.
When creating a video course, there are a few steps you need to take to ensure you get the best result in terms of conveying the message, keeping your learners engaged and ensure maximum retention. Also, following these steps will guarantee a more efficient production from start to finish. In this article, we are sharing some pro tips on the (very important) first step: defining the course’s scope.
We may know since Ancient Greece that the “only constant in life is change”, a quote attributed to Heraclitus. Even so, no one will argue that change is hard for most people. Human beings are creatures of habit: we tend to dislike change because it interferes with our sense of autonomy and it can make us feel we’re about to lose control.
This is a question that everyone who manages or is building an academy should be asking. In this article, we’ll focus on the three most decisive areas you should be analysing in order to make sure your audience and your company is getting the most of your academy.
The storyboard is a key component of the process to create a video training course efficiently. In this article, we are sharing some guidelines and pro tips to help you design the perfect storyboard for your training videos - every time.
Nowadays, a significant part of our life is digital, mostly spent online. We work online, we communicate online, we have fun online, we share online. Actually, we share a lot online – from work files to family photos - but most of all we share knowledge.