September marks the beginning of a whole new school year. Even if it’s been a while since you graduated, something about September still remains the time when we reluctantly put away the beach towels, carry a sweater with us when we go out at night, and decide to learn something new or recommit to a personal and professional improvement project we already started.
One of our goals in the Learning & Development Office was to completely revamp our program for new Brainshark Authors, and we’re pleased to announce the launch of our New Author Series.
The series is designed to walk a new author step-by-step through the Brainshark creation process, from best practices for planning your content, to Brainsharking it and reporting on its success.
We’ve even created a whole new Brainshark Author Challenge. Answer 20 questions correctly, and you will become a Certified Brainshark Author.
One of the things I love to do as the Manager of L&D is continually improve upon our content, and to make sure that what we provide our customers gets right to the point. I know when I’m viewing a Brainshark, I find myself thinking, “Just tell me what I need to know.” I think we accomplished this in the new series, with 10 tutorials totaling just over an hour to view that cover everything you need to know to build a quality Brainshark presentation.
If you or someone on your team will be building Brainsharks, be sure to point them to this page:
If you have any questions or comments, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.