November 9, 2017 -- InSync Training, LLC, the leading provider of blended learning and virtual training design and delivery, was awarded the gold award in the social/collaborative category at the recent Training Magazine eLearning Design Challenge. InSync demonstrated the innovative design for the Blended Learning Hub at the 2017 Online Learning Conference in New Orleans, winning the gold award and many accolades from the judges.
The design for the Blended Learning Hub is centered around a model of content curation inside an engaging community experience. Created in the collaborative spirit of today's modern classroom, the Blended Learning Hub design provides an innovative perpetual learning experience designed to meet the demand for personalized learning and personal development needs of the modern learner, in any industry. Judges said, "too many best practices to mention here," and praised the design for its learning pathway design, social/collaborative features and content curation.
"We developed the design for the Blended Learning Hub to provide a personal, curated approach for modern learners," said Jennifer Hofmann, founder and President, InSync Training. "The unique features of this design provide a clear pathway to learning, which can be adapted to any industry, profession or learning community. We are delighted to win the gold award in the social/collaborative category and enjoyed sharing our design during the demonstration."
InSync Training, creators of this innovative, first-to-market Blended Learning Hub design, now offers design and implementation services to provide a custom blended learning ecosystem, featuring learning hubs, campaigns, and personalized learning pathways, adaptable to any industry or learning need.
About Training Magazine
Training magazine is a 50-year-old professional development magazine that advocates training and workforce development as a business tool. The magazine delves into management issues such as leadership and succession planning, HR issues such as recruitment and retention, and training issues such as learning theory, on-the-job skills assessments and aligning core workforce competencies to enhance the bottom line impact of training and development programs. Written for training, human resources and business management professionals in all industries, Training combines a paid circulation with qualified, controlled recipients to deliver the strongest circulation in the market.
Training magazine is published by Lakewood Media Group, LLC, led by managing partners Mike Murrell, Bryan Powell and Philip Jones, which is based in Minneapolis, MN.
About the eLearning Design Challenge
Companies submitted applications detailing their eLearning design challenges and solutions, which were reviewed by technology guru Bryan Chapman and his review panel of experts. They chose 28 winning solutions to do demos at the 2017 Online Learning Conference in New Orleans and then further chose a bronze, silver, and gold winner in each of the five categories (Microlearning, Mobile Learning, Motivation Through Gamification, Simulation Design, and Social/Collaborative Learning).