E-Learning Punk – The trends of the education rebellion
You want to stand out from the grey mass of boring web-based trainings (WBTs) and inspire your learners with cool, creative and engaging content? Then you've come to the right place! E-Learning Punk is an article and talk series for all L&D Pros who want to dare something and believe that digital training has to be colourful and loud.
Punk´s not dead. e-Learning´s not dead. It´s time for Trendspotting.
Every day new trends in digital training emerge - from game-based learning to mobile learning. Every month we present a trend in an article, explain and give suggestions and tips on how to implement it in the company. Every three months, we also discuss the latest and greatest of the last few months with experts in a talk session.
Go for Game-based Learning
We talk about what lies beneath the trend of this playful knowledge transfer method. We explain why it works so well and present 3 application scenarios for learning games in the company.
Mobile Learning Life-Hacks
Smartphones, Twitter & Co. are already part of our everyday lives. With our life-hacks you will create inspriring and engaging content that your team can consume from anywhere.
Punky Talk #1: Karlheinz Pape
In this E-Learning Punk Talk, Karlheinz Pape, founder of the German Corporate Learning Community, talks about his favourite topic, self-directed learning, as well as the current digital training trends video-based learning, blended learning and mobile learning.
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Under the hashtag #eLearningPunk you can find all articles and videos of the series. You can also use the hashtag to post and discuss questions to our talk guests.
Marketing & Communication Managerin
Since 2014 I have been part of the marketing team at IMC. My heart beats for creative campaigns, exciting content and digital innovations. My goal is to make digital topics understandable and simple to the point. My passions besides my job are good books and sports. I am always happy to receive feedback on the series at email@example.com.