E-Learning

Open Badge: certifications just a click away

Reading Time: 6 minutes For the past few years, it has been possible to observe, especially on LinkedIn, the sharing of a kind of nameplate that showcases an earned title. Some may have wondered what it was all about: it’s Open Badges!

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E-Learning

Informal Learning: learn with spontaneity

Reading Time: 7 minutes Learning many times is not the result of a planned and structured path, but can occur spontaneously, in unprepared contexts, through just listening or observing someone else’s experience. A video, podcast, or generally content conveyed through social channels may be sufficient.

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E-Learning

Learner Engagement: 8 tricks to improve it

Reading Time: 6 minutes What can be asked of corporate training? Certainly that its content is useful, functional, communicated in a simple way, and organized in an effective and, if possible, entertaining way.
But on top of it all, she must be asked to engage the user during fruition and to prevent them from abandoning the training that has just begun, once the first course is completed.
How can we make this possible so as to ensure enhanced learner engagement?

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E-Learning

Social Learning: how do you enhance it in the company?

Reading Time: 10 minutes Whether small or large, a company is first and foremost a group of people who work together and spend a good part of their day being in touch (whether in presence or through digital channels). In a sense, they can also be said to live together. And, of course, they form each other.
Have you ever heard of social learning?

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E-Learning

E-learning: better outsourcing or insourcing?

Reading Time: 6 minutes Staff training is a key aspect of a company’s growth, its operation and, therefore, its success. Investments, in this regard, are growing year after year moving essentially along two main directives: E-learning developed in outsourcing or insourcing mode.
Choosing between internally or externally developed E-learning courses is an important step, but even more important is to understand, upstream, which of the two strategies is more suitable for your company and why. There are several aspects to take into consideration, and the most obvious one, namely cost, is not the only discriminator; nor the most important.

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E-Learning

GPT chat: the future of E-learning at risk?

Reading Time: 8 minutes The absolute star of conversations on all possible social channels, Chat GPT is raising a big fuss on the web.
All the questions of the moment revolve around a central theme: what and how will change the way a significant segment of professionals work?

There is also no shortage of expectations and concerns regarding the future of E-learning. It may be too early to make predictions, but it is never too late to learn about this new player in the increasingly populated Artificial Intelligence universe.

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E-Learning

Microlearning: why it works for neuroscience

Reading Time: 13 minutes Attention is the key element of training, no ifs or buts. We can have the most interesting, useful, immersive, and interactive course possible, but if we fail to capture (and keep) the user’s attention it will all be useless (or nearly so). If we want the course to keep the user’s attention until the end, the secret is only one: reduce its duration. Have you ever heard of Microlearning?

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Softwares and Platforms

Intranet for blue collars: what solutions to adopt?

Reading Time: 6 minutes Among the tools that can empower a company is definitely an intranet.
Carefully designed and incorporated organically into employees’ routines, a good intranet proves to be a springboard for many internal practices that can improve not only corporate life but also its performance.
But what changes when the company has a large compartment of employees operating in the field? How is it possible to involve them in this valuable reality?

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News

Frog Rewind 2022: a green year under the tree 🌲

Reading Time: 5 minutes “The old year is over now, but something is still wrong here.” Besides being poetic, Lucio Dalla’s words sound prophetic in this ramshackle ’22. But we, who are incurable optimists, wanted to try to change the focus and let go for a moment of the worries that unite us all, in the unfortunate space-time conjuncture we are experiencing as a Country and Planet in this closing of the year, and to focus on our “small” and greener observatory. How have we grown in Frog Learning this year? What has changed? Where would we like to go now? Let’s try a dear old list, which is now a tradition.

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Frog Rewind 2023

Reading Time: 5 minutes Some people have gingerbread men in the oven and some have mistletoe sprigs hanging from the ceiling. We, as the end of the year approaches, cannot help our instinct to recap the past 12 months in a few folders and a few, meaningful, images. A little nostalgic, a little manic about bullet points. Here we are, then, with our very traditional Frog-targeted Rewind 2023: what have we been up to this past year? Who have we become and where do we expect to go?

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Corporate training plan: what it is for and why it is essential

Reading Time: 13 minutes One of the key aspects of a company’s growth and development is training. It is a concept we have heard repeated for years now and about which there is no doubt: training, for a company is the real bridge to the future for the world of work.
What is not often said is that “training,” so, alone, is not enough. It is important for workers to know what is best to focus on and for what reason, toward what end; and it is therefore important for top management to be clear about its internal offerings.
The solution for both ends of the interaction comes through the corporate training plan.

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The instructional designer explained to your grandmother

Reading Time: 16 minutes The instructional designer is a key professional figure in the process of creating an E-learning course. There are those who would say that he is “the one who decides everything,” and-to be honest-that would not deviate that much from the reality of things. But who, specifically, is the training designer? How do you structure your work and what are the tools through which you think, write and implement an online training course?

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