Experiential eLearning doesn’t just mean PowerPoints and webinars; it’s more than a presentation where learners simply click Next to continue. Our eLearning modules use experiential elements to reinforce learning. eLearning can be an interactive and animated experience.
Tipping Point Media’s experiential eLearning solutions are designed to engage audiences and promote retention. Our eLearning instructional designers use storytelling techniques combined with adult learning principles to bring your training to life and inspire your audiences to learn and to grow.
Utilizing branching logic, we craft solutions that ask audiences to not only learn information, but also apply it critically to real-world scenarios where decisions have measurable impact. We also use patient journeys and real-world case studies to help audiences put faces and stories to the materials they’re learning; this creative approach helps to build an emotional connection to the data and science, which builds long-term retention.
THE BENEFITS OF EXPERIENTIAL eLEARNING
- Accessibility. eLearning modules can be easily hosted online, making them available from anywhere with an
internet connection at any time. eLearning can also be accessed from most computers and mobile devices,
making it easy to distribute.
- Compatibility. We develop our eLearning modules using Articulate Storyline and Rise software, which allows us
to make fine-tuned, responsive training materials. Our eLearning modules are compatible with most Learning
Management Systems; if you don’t have one, they’re also compatible with TPM’s Realities CAMPUS for your metric
- Expansive. The modular nature of eLearning makes it easy to add and revise materials over time. Launching a new
product? Add a module! New clinical trial data? Update a past module to reflect the new information! eLearning
modules make it easy to keep your employees up to date.
- Customizable and Adaptable. eLearning can cover an infinite number of topics in unique and engaging ways.
Develop modules for sales force teams, research and development, brand communications, and more.
Assets developed for eLearning are easily reused, allowing you to save development dollars by adapting courses
for new audiences and use cases.
- Incorporating New Technologies. eLearning modules serve as great bases to incorporate new and immersive
- Pair eLearning modules with virtual simulations to teach your audience how to perform procedures, then give
them a safe environment to test what they know.
- Incorporate augmented and virtual reality to create a seamless transition between eLearning materials and
360-degree content that expands on the core lessons and gives your audience an unforgettable learning experience.
- Use eLearning to create patient journeys, using creative storytelling and immersive visuals to help your audience
emotionally connect with patients and their stories.
- Branching logic helps your audience to think critically; not only do they learn new information, but they must
also apply that information to real-world scenarios where decisions have measurable impact.
HERE’S WHAT THE RESEARCH SHOWS
- On average, eLearning modules can reduce training times by 40-60%. They’re easy to start and stop and use microlearning techniques to break dense material down into easy-to-digest chapters. eLearning is a perfect way to provide training resources to teams with busy schedules.1
- IBM looked into how top learning organizations use learning technology to improve employee efficiency. On average, they saw:2
- 19% increase in staff satisfaction and engagement
- 14% increase in productivity
- 17% increase in customer satisfaction
- 12% reduction in training time
- 22% reduction in delivery time
- Companies with comprehensive training programs have shown 218% higher revenue per employee and 24% higher profit margins. Over 40% of companies on the Fortune 500 list have invested into creating comprehensive digital training experiences for their employees.3,4
- Brandon Hall Group’s HCM Outlook 2017 Survey
- IBM, The Value of Training
- Business Training Experts, Profiting from Learning: Do Firms’ Investments in Education and Training Pay Off?
- IBIS Capital, Global e-Learning Investment Review