Browse our collection of eLearning resources like eBooks, articles, videos, podcasts, and more! Whether you’re brand new to the world of L&D or a seasoned learning leader, we’ve got you covered with strategy suggestions, tips for improving processes, and much much more.
Learning leaders must often be good storytellers, too. Using learning analytics to tell a compelling story about learning progress can be powerful but potentially tricky. This eBook can help make some sense of the data to tell a more compelling story.
L&D has undergone a profound transformation in recent months as the age of the pandemic ends, much of the workforce returns to the workforce, and the era of AI begins. This eBook looks at four emerging trends in L&D today.
Think Like A CEO: How Learning Drives Business Impact
Learning leaders are increasingly aware of the need to link learning measurement to broader business objectives. This research summary looks at how organizations are measuring the business impact of learning.
Now is the time to rethink strategies for delivering cybersecurity training. Annual refresher courses may not be the best approach to delivering effective and engaging training. This eBook examines strategies to create more and better opportunities for learning.
Getting and keeping stakeholder buy-in is crucial to the long-term success of L&D programs. This eBook examines strategies to better understand the goals and opportunities of different members of an organization and how to garner their buy-in.
Developing learning programs that have “stickiness” requires constant attention, measurement, and listening. This eBook examines strategies to consider when developing those nuanced and advanced learning programs.
Employee Belonging is one of the fastest-growing influences on how your employees, prospective employees, and others view your organization. This eBook breaks down ways to help create a sense of belonging.
The minds behind Brainier listened to the needs of users and developed a system that caters to almost everyone. Create branded login pages with logos and more. The system supports multi-tenant access so users can establish separate areas for customers, employees, or partners. Build custom groups, incorporate social learning, and keep users motivated with gamification. Brainier brings new levels of innovation and flexibility to the LMS table…
Creating Inclusive Learning Programs for Neurodivergent Employees
In this webinar, we share simple and practical ways to transform your current learning and development strategies into more inclusive learning opportunities for all learners. Experience the effectiveness of inclusive learning firsthand through a comparative journey, highlighting the differences in the learning experiences of a neurotypical person versus a neurodivergent person. Topics include: defining “neurodivergent” vs “neurodiversity,” benefits of inclusivity, offering choice with the use of equivalencies, environmental/sensory considerations, practical tips and suggestions.
Using Learner Personas
In this webinar, we examine common, generalized learner personas in the workplace and break down how they typically interact with eLearning tech. Organizations of all sizes and industries can benefit from better understanding the types of learners that make up their teams. We cover how we created and defined these learner personas, how you can identify them at your organization, and how this approach can influence learning strategies for a more engaging learning experience.
3 Steps to Validating Behavior Change
This webinar breaks down 3 critical steps to validating real behavioral change in learners using tools built-in to The Brainier LMS. Key areas of focus include: engaging learners to specific web pages, messaging, and learning content with custom HTML pages, how the behavioral evaluation tool adds a layer of human validation to learner progress, and how video coaching with structured practice and automated analysis of learner speech, delivery, and content helps drive change through learning.
Neurodivergent individuals, including those with conditions like ADHD and autism (ASD), often have unique needs when it comes to workplace learning and development. This article offers tips on improving learning programs for neurodivergent employees.
The right learning technology, reliable infrastructure, and customer support can help organizations effectively deliver consistent training to their globally dispersed workforce and improve overall performance and productivity.
Learning leaders are faced with the dual reality of creating repeatable, scalable learning programs and much more personalized learning paths for individuals and groups. This article offers some advice on how to satisfy both of those requirements with grace.
The workplace has changed for many employees as the number of remote and hybrid positions rise, yet learners are still looking to be supported with learning technology. Here are some tips to help support them.
Learning and development (L&D) may play a larger, more strategic role in the long-term growth of organizations than previously thought, according to a McKinsey survey from November 2020. In this article, we lay out three key components necessary to ensure the sustainability of your learning programs.
Learning leaders across every industry agree that launching a learning and development (L&D) program can be a monumental task. Aside from determining strategy, the administrative process to execute that strategy can feel like a mountain of work.
Mike Begin is the Chief Technology Officer & Vice President of Brainier, a SaaS-based learning technology company in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has been leading Brainier’s IT & Product Development efforts for 20 years. Mike and his team of Brainiacs are passionate about building platforms and technology solutions that help to educate, engage, and empower employees.
When employees show up for an instructor-led training (ILT) event, they bring with them a broad spectrum of prior knowledge and experience of the subject. They also come with a unique set of learning preferences, not only for the method but also for the speed, style and depth of learning delivery.