Addition to our award-winning blended eLearning solution, IBI instructional design is also implements differently to help your employees increase their levels of engagement, improve their online training outcomes
…and become more motivated to achieve their goals and be a part of your company’s success.
a. Use a variety of media.
The more varied are the multimedia tools your are using, the more will be the ways in which your employees can reach their online training goals. IBI eTeractive, an app-based built-in authoring tool that was developed by IBI’s IT experts includes an interesting mix of videos, audio elements, slideshows, narrations, and interactive presentations will address different learning needs of your workforce and allow your employees to get training at their own unique pace, as well as develop their skills in a variety of formats relevant both to them and their online training tasks.
b. Provide alternative online training paths.
Determine online training goals and provide your employees with various paths to get there. IBI encourages them to choose the order in which they complete assignments and projects. Furthermore, present them stories and branching scenarios that allow them to follow alternative paths and learn from their mistakes in a risk-free environment. This way, we will make sure that we offer them the opportunity to demonstrate their already acquired skills and develop new ones in alternative ways.
c. Use assignments of varying complexity.
We use layered online training assignments allows your employees to match their online training with their unique learning needs and behaviors without losing focus on the essential skills they need to develop. IBI eBadges is a rewarding system that adjusts to different behaviors can help all of your employees satisfy their need for achievement without feeling pressured.
d. Use flexible grouping in online training group activities.
With IBI eConversations, your employees are encouraged to interact with each other in online environment, they not only get a better understanding of the subject matter, but they also learn from their colleagues’ experience. We change the employee groups working together throughout the course to offer them the opportunity to both benefit from work with their more experienced peers and be leaders in groups with less experienced members, such are new starters. Furthermore, encouraging collaboration through our eConnect, where leaners can transfer online discussions and projects