Our expert instructors love writing up Tips, Tricks, and Traps for the Software you use. Our Software Tips section is among the most linked to and read sections of our website. What software question do you want answered? I'll sneak it in the queue for you. http://www.microassist.com/software-tips/
Banks are the latest industry to be hit with demand letters and lawsuits for non-accessible websites and digital assets. Does your CEO/CFO/CTO/CIO/Corporate Counsel know what to do when that demand letter hits their desk? Most do not...
Banks have been waiting on Justice Department guidelines on how to make their websites compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, but many are being advised to take action now or face lawsuits from disabled customers.
The Digital Accessibility Services portion of our business is growing rapidly driven by need. Jack McElaney has been curating accessibility stories in his Accessibility in the News Digest. Our tech folks are swamped so we haven't put up a subscription form yet. If you are interested shoot Jack or me a note and we will sign you up!
I'm tremendously proud of the work we did creating training for the Military Child Education Coalition. MCEC identifies unique challenges facing military-connected children and increases awareness of these challenges in military and educational communities. A large part of supporting our Veterans is supporting their families. MCEC does a tremendous job with this.
Developing custom e-learning is like creating any custom product -- the client has a critical role in the design and approval stages. The more time that critical stakeholders invest in the design stage of a learning development project the more better the fit of the solution to the needs of the stakeholders.
As our instructional designer Kevin Gumienny pointed out in his recent webinar project management is critical to creating great learning in an efficient and timely manner. This interview with Microassist project manager Kelly Rossi discusses what an e-learning project manager does.
The true cost of training is NEVER the cost of the class. It is the cost of employee time and more significantly the loss of productivity if an employee is not trained well. Customized training can help drive ROI by reducing employee time needed for training as well as engaging them with relevant examples.