What’s Your Learning Engagement Ratio?

dreamstime_xs_59435716How engaged are your learners?  Specifically how engaged are they with your learning management system (LMS)?

I was recently talking to someone and they mentioned that probably half their learners hadn’t ever logged on to the system.  Half of the others had logged on but not completed their prescribed learning and only the final 25 per cent had logged on and finished their courses.  They concluded that that represented a full engagement percentage of 25 per cent.

It has been some time since I found myself in a similar position.  Then – some two decades ago – I was looking to find ways to ensure 100 percent engagement with a benchmark of every employee completing three hours of technology-based learning each year.

So here are my thoughts about analysing learning (LMS) engagement – another way of using LMS data differently. Continue reading “What’s Your Learning Engagement Ratio?”

What’s Your Learning Engagement Ratio?

Simple steps to make your virtual classroom more interactive

The Interactive Virtual ClassroomJust as we eventually realised that “click next” e-learning courses didn’t really engage our learners, almost from “day one” we’ve fretted over how to make our virtual classroom sessions more interactive.  Here are some of my thoughts on how to achieve this, all based on getting the basics right. Continue reading “Simple steps to make your virtual classroom more interactive”

Simple steps to make your virtual classroom more interactive

Successful Learning Adoption and Engagement – Part Two

A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to speak at the HR Core Academy conference in Brussels.  The subject of the presentation was around the successful engagement and adoption of learning, to which I also explained the role that mobile learning can play here.

In the second of a two-part posting, I will summarise my thoughts around improving learning engagement. Continue reading “Successful Learning Adoption and Engagement – Part Two”

Successful Learning Adoption and Engagement – Part Two