In November, Interactyx’s Vice President of Business Development, Jodi Harrison, was interviewed by Celisa Steele of Tagoras.
For more than a decade, Tagoras has helped trade and professional associations, training firms, and channel sales organizations leverage online learning to grow revenues and engage members and customers.
Due to the positive impact Interactyx’s social learning management system, TOPYX®, has had in working with associations that are clients, including, 4H, Big Brother Big Sister, Rotary International and many more, the folks over at Tagoras wanted to ask us a few questions about what we have in development.
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There are many great articles below and more on our Social Learning Blog. Enjoy this month’s edition of TOPYX Topics, the social learning newsletter!
Training is evolving at a break-neck pace, and corporations are doing their best to keep up with all of the changes. Training budgets are tighter, the development life-cycle is shorter and the demand for quality has never been greater.
We must also keep in mind that the audience for our training courses demands the latest in interactive technology with embedded video, high-quality graphics and engaging content. It makes you wonder what training will look like a decade from now…
Jodi Harrison of Interactyx and Rob Davies of Milengo join forces to present on the webinar. The entire webinar takes about 40 minutes and offers some great insight into how to prepare content, create course and deliver the material via a learning management system for learners of any language, anywhere in the world.
Most people in the workforce today have had the experience of attending online or web-based training at some point. Many of us have taken college courses, job training courses, or had some other learning experience that involved information being delivered to us via a computer screen. And it’s probably also safe to say that some of our experiences were good, some were marginal, and some of them may have felt like a complete waste of our time.
So what makes an eLearning course good? Or perhaps a better question, what can make it great?
It is an important question: Which countries make education a priority?
The focus a nation puts on education from an employment, cultural and even individual identity perspective can tell a lot about a country. To be able to have a learning path available for most citizen to receive more education than their parents can be an indicator of the overall impact and growth a country has experienced over a generation or two.
The world today trades on information. Being able to process and contribute to that process takes education. But, while education has become more important to getting a job, pursuing one’s dreams, or even just being able to participate within a community, the availability of information has drastically increased. If you are lucky enough, or worked hard enough, to have a computer or smart phone connected to the Internet, you have more information available to you within seconds that part generations had in their entire life.
But, what do we do with that information? How have we come to use it as a tool to accomplish our goals? It takes an education…
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