The use of Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs) is now gaining popularity in the corporate realm because of the potential benefits they offer like mining, reusing and repurposing of existing content to create new trainings quickly to meet specific training requirements. Access this webinar to find out what Reusable Learning Objects are, what features, standards, delivery options & challenges do they offer and ways to tackle the roadblocks.
Today organizations are considering employee training as a crucial and essential component of their development and are spending huge budgets on training every year which is likely to increase in coming years. It is a possible reality that the training and learning managers of a large organization, unknown to each other develop lot of similar content for different scenarios and sometimes for almost the same trainings. They develop the content from scratch putting the same efforts and cost into the development because they usually do not have a central training repository from wherein they can search the existing content and reuse and even if they get access, the existing trainings will not be standalone pieces which can be assembled to meet the specific training goals.
Therefore the use of Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs) is now gaining popularity in the corporate realm because of their potential benefits. But there seems to be a lot of confusion or discussion on the definition of RLOs, their structure and what exactly can be reused when needed. Access this free webinar to find out answers to the following questions and more: