Web 2.0 and social media have lead to a huge increase in inquiries regarding online
learning. When this is little more than a powerpoint presentation it doesn’t hold
people’s attention. Email and solitaire are more attractive distractions than the
learning and the scheduling.
If you’re guilty of losing your audience’s attention it’s because you’re not stimulating
their whole brain. People lose interest when all you do is deliver content, without
making it interesting or stimulating. People need to apply what they have learned
in order for it to sink in. They want an experience!
How do we get around this and actually provide useful information to your members,
in a method which acknowledges their personal schedules?
We recommend a professionally produced learning experience that combines two major
online learning tools – webinars and self directed online learning (SDOL). This
is virtual learning delivered via an interactive website.
SDOL combines small learning chunks in digestible sizes, with a practical application
quiz in each module, and the ability for users to access a growing toolbox to perform
their role as they continue through the program.
Zzeem’s online learning program development is comprised of two elements: Consulting
to determine how online learning fits in to your overall professional development
strategy; and Construction of the program including a Pilot Test program for pre-delivery
tuning. Your package includes module design, development and hosting for you online learning curriculum.
Consulting - Online Learning Roadmap and Action Plan
We begin with a Current Snapshot– This is a description of how you run your workshop
programs now; identify the objectives you would like to accomplish with an online
element and develop a Roadmap and Action plan.
Construction - Pilot Project and Program Rollout
The objective of the pilot project is to ensure that there is enough member demand
for the service to justify further investment in the full program. The final step
is a full suite of online learning modules.