Close the feedback loop
The top-viewed online courses are those that truly address learners' needs: they provide meaningful advice to learners' daily issues, in an actionable way.
But creating relevant courses is hard: how can you set a stage for field experts? How to quickly create content without compromising on course quality? How do you adapt to the ever-increasing pace of business needs?
As an L&D professional, your role is to find and empower a team of experts who will truly help your learners.
Your 360Learning platform allows you to create courses collaboratively and improve the quality of your training programs.
Bring the right expertise at the right time
Bringing experts into the course creation process is the best way to create hands-on, actionable courses.
Here's how your 360Learning platform can help:
- Assign your operational experts as course co-authors so they can create content
- Empower them by giving them all the resources that will help them create courses that are compliant with your quality guidelines: corporate messaging, acronyms, core values... Anything that will help them create the best content in no time!
- In Edit Mode, course authors can post internal comments in the forum
Learners won't see these comments in the forum. At any time, you can access the list of authors who can actually read these comments by hovering over the Internal tab, then by clicking Who can see this message?
Scale content creation
Collaborate on courses
Efficiency is key to responding to your company's business needs. Technically, you need to be able to create courses rapidly from existing drafts, without compromising quality... nor inadvertently editing existing content!
Here's how your platform can help your team work on a course:
- When possible, communicate ahead of making some big changes on a course using internal comments. Once your team has validated the edits, you can go ahead and change the activity.
- When in doubt: you can make a copy of the activity and suggest your edits, which won't impact the initial version. Your team will then be able to compare the two versions and keep the best one.
Case study: how to manage multi-courses translation
AS Beauty Corp formulates and distributes cosmetics in 70+ countries via a network of beauty spas. They need to train the spa staff in 15 languages worldwide. Courses are first created in French and then adapted to the corresponding language by regional supervisors.
Here's how we can proceed:
- From the French version, duplicate the course
- Select the new language from the course General Information section
- Assign each regional supervisor as course main author
- Edit the activities:
- For documents: delete the activity that contains the document, then upload a new document within the course. This will not impact the initial course.
- For cheat sheets: make a copy of the cheat sheet, then copy/paste the translation and delete the initial cheat sheet. This will not impact the initial course.
- For questions: make a copy of the question, then copy/paste the translation and delete the initial question. This will not impact the initial course.
- Share internal comments via the course forum to work towards a final version
Work collaboratively on programs
Here are our tips for working collaboratively on programs:
- Use a generic admin account from a shared email address to create program templates. This will ensure multiple authors to work on the same template.
- If the person who created the template has left your organization: if the account is still active, you can edit the account personal information. If the account has bee deleted, then Admins from the Generic group will be able to edit the template.
- If you're an Admin: you can duplicate the program template.