One of the great things about today’s digital age is that it’s rare to completely miss something of interest and/or value. These days, we can see television programmes and hear radio programmes more or less when we wish. More or less on demand, we can find podcasts and webinars on the web dealing with issues that we want – or need – to know about.
So anyone who wants or needs to know about an innovative approach to achieving a global learning content management strategy – especially if they are looking for tips on how to do this for themselves – is now able to visit http://www.exact-learning.com/en/resources/webinar
This webinar occurred in July this year when Atish Gonsalves the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)’s Director of Learning Technology, presented a case study which illustrated the benefits to the UNHCR of using eXact learning solutions’ online and mobile learning content management solution.
According to Atish Gonsalves: “eXact learning’s solutions perfectly match the needs of our extended and complex organisation, assuring centralised control of the learning process – and guaranteeing operability and usability even without broadband. The mobile distribution feature represents added value, especially to those who need to access relevant and contextualised training content immediately, wherever they are.”
Introduced by Dan Cox, the CEO of Cox eLearning Consultants, a US-based analyst of new educational technologies, the webinar recordings are completed by a ‘state of the art’ presentation on LCMS trends and solutions by eXact learning solutions North America’s CEO, Fabrizio Cardinali, and a case demo by Alessio Artuffo, eXact learning solutions North America’s Sales Engineering Director.
According to Alessio Artuffo, “This webinar should be of practical interest to those wanting to discover how an LCMS solution can move their organisation towards innovative online and mobile learning; limit learning content procurement costs through reusable Learning Objects, and help their organisation achieve improved workforce efficiency. “
In particular, the webinar covers:
- The key drivers to a successful learning content-centric strategy
- Enabling global collaboration of content production processes
- Increasing ROI and decreasing time-to-production while maintaining high-quality standards and consistency
- How the adoption of an enterprise-wide content management solution, which is XML-based, SCORM–certified and supported by multi-channel reusable learning object template libraries (RLOs), helps an organisation’s content development capabilities.