Why eLearningZoom Social Learning?
- 80% of the training budget is spent on formal learning, but equally 80% of what people actually learn in a job is informal and collaborative.
- Subject-matter expertise only takes you so far in a job. High-performing employees break through by developing professional networks that extend their existing capabilities.
- Breaking down barriers that stifle collaboration and innovation
- Building a corporate team of experts for on-demand problem solving
- Capitalizing on a team of brain trust from alumni and retirees
No business can afford to be stagnant and obsolete when the world is changing rapidly. We live and work in a world of constant changing web content, connectivity, search engines and wikis, and ubiquitous social networking. And the opportunities for leveraging these tools to power an effective learning experience are as boundless as the tools themselves.
eLearningZoom Social Learning empowers organizations to:
- Onboarding: Connect new hires to the people and expertise they need to know to succeed and cut time-to-proficiency.
- Performance support: Fully leverage informal learning networks and silos of knowledge
- Workforce management: Speed up certification, compliance, adoption, and achievement by collaborative interaction and learning.
- Internal Recruiting: Cultivate and fast-track the right people. Cut back on costly external recruitment practices and find new sources of talent in house.
- Alumni and retiree engagement networks: Leverage experts from alumni and retiree community to train new employees for higher productivity; and shorten on-board training cycle.
eLearningZoom Social Learning allows learners to:
- Communities of Best Practice: Enable learners can collaborate within groups around specific learning activities focused on specific topics.
- Quick search: Allows users to quickly and easily find any learning content
- Built-in Forums, Blogs, Wikis: Enable collaboration, users can use built-in forums, blogs, and wikis within any community of practice to easily discuss and share information
- Live chat, and web-conferencing: Empower learners to collaborate live through chat, and web-conferencing with PowerPoint presentation, white boarding, and video webcam
- Social networking integration: Allow learners to collaborate with other peers from other social networking sites (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin).
- Surveys, Polls: Enable collaboration, users can use built-in forums, blogs, and wikis within any community of practice to easily discuss and share information