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Learning Experience


November 26, 2020



Learning experience

A learning experience typically refers to interacting with learning courses or program in which learning takes place. Experiences can vary depending on the setting, whether it be traditional academic learning in classrooms or schools or adult skills training in a professional environment, for example.

In this article, we unpack learning experiences, e-Learning, and how authoring e-Learning content should tie into it all.

What is a learning experience?

Simply put, a learning experience is any interaction with learning or training. This can look like formal education, online-learning, social learning, personalized learning, e-Learning, higher academia, and everything in between. More than the location or subject being learned, however, a learning experience relies more on the method in which content is being consumed. Modern learning technologies have paved the way for instructors and teams alike to enrich their learning experiences with a wide range of learning tools. Apps and Learning Management Systems (LMS) that include built-in features like discussion forums, video conferencing, lessons and courseware, and much more are all valuable resources to contribute to a positive learning experience.

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Learning technology that drives better training include built-in tools that easily track and measure results, meaning that providing a rich and holistic learning experience has never been easier. Instructors can also pick and choose the best training tools to cater to each learner, ensuring that every individual employee has the opportunity to experience the best learning possible.

In other words, learning will be more successful with the support of a dynamic learning platform that includes a collection of results-driven elements. This makes it much easier to successfully cater to a wide range of learning styles.

What is an e-learning experience? How does it differ?

The rapid growth of e-learning is dictating the way learners absorb and process information, contributing to the development of the core competencies essential for their success.

E-learning facilitates a modern and agile learning process and enables for the effective restructuring of traditional workplace learning methods. Adapting to rapid change and efficient knowledge transfer is made easy through the use of e-learning platforms, nurturing learners’ skills and learning styles.

In addition to having advantages when it comes to accessibility, e-learning has a number of benefits that boost the quality of teaching and content, thus providing an improved learning experience.

The e-learning experience differs significantly from the traditional learning experience as:

• Learning is not tied to a specific space. Educational resources and learning materials are available to more people.
• The possibilities provided by digital learning enable the creation of interesting and visually appealing content.
• E-learning allows for the on-demand reiteration and clarification of new knowledge, accessible to learners 24/7.
• Learners have more time to think and give feedback; this way of working also suits learners who are withdrawn.
• Virtual learning create an atmosphere in which learners are comfortable to participate.
• Learners have the opportunity to plan the learning process according to their abilities and to follow their individual pace of work with specific opportunities or interests. E-learning enables them to develop self-discipline skills and learn to manage their time and independently assign responsibilities.
• E-learning strategies ad instructional design foster learner-learner interaction and discussion;
• The learning environment is more learner-centered. Learners are offered additional resources.

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Now that we have covered how e-learning improves the learning process, here’s how you can use SC Training (formerly EdApp), a learning management system, to take your e-learning experience to the next level.

SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s built-in tools offer superior learning support and can be used exclusively or as the e-learning portion of a blended learning solution. Tools like built-in video conferencing, elements of gamification, converting PowerPoint slides into beautiful microlessons cultivate better learning results.

Some features of SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s authoring tool employed to enhance the e-learning experience are:

1) EdApps’ sophisticated assessment tools allow you to redefine tests.

These tests do not have to be reduced exclusively to the so-called “YES – NO” questions, but users can give more complete answers, either in the form of the text they enter, the sketch they draw, or the program code they type. Another possible way is based on the gamified experience that supports the development of more complex forms of thinking and creative skills, and game-based assessment can take the form of simple quizzes.

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Users also receive regular feedback on the outcome of their work, in whatever form you want. Suggestions are also important to maintain their attention and motivation to work. SC Training (formerly EdApp) enables you to reward positive progress and motivate users by displaying their performance in a leaderboard and offering real prizes.

2) You can create a truly bespoke learning experience with branding, custom imagery and graphics

SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s Canva media library is a handy tool offering multimodal features that you can seamlessly integrate to make your elearning courses more presentable, interactive, and visually appealing. With the help of the world’s favorite graphic design program, you have access to millions of templates and graphics to find the best content for your lesson.

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The use of imagery through learning is highly beneficial as it helps your audience engage with the material at hand. Retention rates increase by 29-42% when visuals are incorporated into training. What’s more, the human brain processes 90% of its information visually. As these images are processed, we are naturally programmed to interpret them with less effort which frees up more space to analyze new information. So including visual graphics not only support your training materials and give you the opportunity to but also stimulates better learning outcomes.

3) SC Training (formerly EdApp) also enables L&D managers to keep records of users’ progress.

Another way to ensure the best learning experience is by tracking and measuring results. This way, you’re able to easily assess what performs well and what has an opportunity to be improved in your e-Learning. SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s learning analytics suite reflects the results that the user has achieved through various activities in the learning process (e.g. essays, posters, photographs, videos, and audio recordings created by the user). It also contains information that documents the experiences and development of individuals’ competencies, making it easy for you to assess and target areas or individuals to focus on.

Ready to transform your learning? Create your free SC Training (formerly EdApp) account today.


Emilija Angelovska

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