We’ve been fortunate over the years to be involved in a number of large multi-module e-learning development and management projects. We’ve learnt from these that while single module e-learning courses can be challenging, developing and rolling out professional multi-module e-learning programmes covering a number of inter-related subjects is a different ballgame altogether. “Multi-module” development and […]
The thought of taking your training online is exciting. You think about how much easier it will be to manage, how convenient it will be for your learners, and how you will be able to reach all corners of the world with your snazzy new e-courses. You do your research and find a great company,
In late February, some of the Bridgewater Learning team attended an excellent presentation titled Agile Decision Making: Decision Making in a Flat Structure by Marius de Beer. This is news worthy not just because the talk was highly thought-provoking, but also because we were there to film it! The event was organised by the Scrum Users Group of
A customer of ours recently asked about the difference between interactive training and engaging training. It’s a good question. The terms are commonplace in training and eLearning industry dialogue. The trouble is that they are often used interchangeably or inaccurately. To be sure, they are not the same thing. The aim of this short article
We have worked with many Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) over the years while building e-learning courses on a range of subjects. In this Blog Dorrien Venables, Project Manager at Bridgewater Learning with years of e-learning development experience, comments on some of the factors to consider when working with SMEs.
In this blog article, which also appeared in the December/January 2014/15 Vol. 19 No. 6 edition of Business Brief (www.bbrief.co.za) Frank Smit, CEO of Bridgewater Learning comments on using e-learning to enhance management training by combining blended learning and just-in-time performance support.