5 Step TBMG ProcessCritical factors we consider when designing eLearning modules.

Have we built measurable content, events, and interactivity for the material that transcends prevalent web standards?

Is the module intuitive and easy to navigate?

Can your employees relate to the module? Does it accurately reflect their experiences in the workplace?

Does the module reinforce the correct information upon both successful and incorrect completion?

What is the retention value of the module? Have we presented this in a way that people will remember going forward?

Measuring for SuccessTBMG uses SCORM to integrate with LMS and creates custom reporting solutions.

The most accurate way to measure the success of eLearning is by studying behavior or incident reports over the longer term.

UI/UX is Critical Navigation is one of the primary pitfalls of online training.

Whether using multimedia, HTML, it is important to stick to clean design and have a consistent interface for your users.

Design for Actionable Insights, Not Just Retention.

Whether you're training people for technical tasks, how to safely do their jobs, or how to interact with customers, you need your learning result to actually create a change in the workplace vs grading well on a test.

Validation is Crucial Modules must ensure the message by gaining initial feedback from the workforce.

An all to common error occurs when stakeholders write or develop new training efforts from a limited view or without their own empirical knowledge of the realities their employees actually live with on a day to day basis. This approach can lead to the creation of an anemic learning module at best or actually be a waste of time, money and efficiencies.

Content must be Accessible Organize, structure, and make content clear.

How content is displayed on a web page does not necessarily represent how the content is organized and structured to the viewer. Formatting tools and proper editing will make for a better and easier to understand learning experience.