“How are you going to apply the stuff you’ve learned in your work now?” That was the first thing my manager asked me when I returned to work after a training. Well … good question. I learned a lot, had some great new insights and conducted interesting assignments. And much of the material seemed very useful for my daily work. But what was I going to do differently? Hmm …first let’s start with the big pile of work that had accumulated in my absence. Later I would think about it and identify specific points of improvement.
Later became tomorrow, tomorrow became next week and before I knew, the training vanished into the background. Continue reading
E-learning: a profitable investment
To calculate the ROI (return on investment) of a learning solution you have to know which variables to use. For example: when you want to compare the ROI of e-learning with classroom learning, these variables are different than in the comparison between initiating a learning solution compared to doing nothing. A sample calculation. Continue reading
Blended learning: combining different educational concepts.
Blended learning: a mix of online and face to face learning. Or, in other words, combining the best educational concepts. Learning by using an electronic learning environment, using online learning materials combined with personal interaction between teacher and student, and also between students. Continue reading