When it boils down to it, a good e-learning experience is actually all about the user experience. User experience is shaped by two variables: target audience and agency goal. Before you start designing a training, consider who your target audience is and what your learning objectives are. The answers to these questions will provide the framework of design moving forward.
You need a different group of employees dedicated to setting up and providing your training opportunities than you did in the past.
At the end of the day, you want to offer the best, most appropriate training for your audience and you want to be sure that the time and effort you’ve put into designing the awesome content doesn’t fall on deaf ears.
By Christine Burke, originally posted on the GovLoop blog If you’re a government trainer, you’ve probably heard a million and one excuses why people aren’t starting or completing your training courses. And while you can’t force everyone to do what you want (unless it’s required training), there could be several aspects of your course that… Read more »
Originally posted by Kristin Markham on GovLoop October 2015, the month and year Marty McFly visited the future. If you’ve seen any “Back to the Future” movies you may recall the future having flying cars, hoverboards, and even self-tying shoes. While you may not have any of those futuristic inventions lying around at home, they actually exist.… Read more »
By Steve Ressler, Founder, GovLoop “A new movement is shaking up the federal bureaucracy, as an expanding pool of idealistic, results-oriented Gen X and Yers challenges the predictability and authority-driven rules of the World War II generation and the pay-your-dues baby boomers who followed.” – Washington Post (about Next Generation of Government Training Summit) Are… Read more »