If we’ve learned anything over the last 17 years, it’s that every company, big or small, startup or established, has a learning content problem. Maybe you’re stuck with old school canned courses that don’t actually resonate with your learners any more. Maybe budgetary and resource constraints are hindering your ability to author enough content to keep up with the internal demand.
Either way, your learners expect an evolving and improving learning experience. Your challenge is to figure out how to fill up and constantly top off the learning environment, because our data shows that our most successful clients are driving engagement through the steady addition of content.
There is a direct correlation between consistently adding content and significantly improving learner engagement.Learn More
There is no question that the Internet is the ultimate repository of free learning assets. This is why we developed the open asset approach, making it easy for our clients to add, present, track and report on these “informal” files and links. Our goal is to help our clients rapidly create and disseminate content or supplement their traditional learning initiatives with more modern, bite-sized experiences.
But sifting through all of this free content looking for valuable assets can be incredibly time consuming, and while paid content providers may offer your learners access to millions of assets, we do not believe asking employees to search through a vast ocean of content is an effective solution either.
McKinsey says employees spend on average 19% of their work week searching online for information needed to accomplish job-related tasks. Let’s work together to fix that.
One part machine learning, two parts expert selection, our curation process begins when our clients identify an area of need within their learning environments. Our team of curation experts then works closely with our clients to develop a tailored project plan to rapidly close the content gap, using the most timely, relevant and valid information available online.
To date, our curation experts have sourced, reviewed, approved, tested and implemented thousands and thousands of individual videos, blog posts, articles, books and podcasts on behalf of our clients.
Once a path or collection of assets on a specific topic has proven successful, we make that collection available to all of our clients.