Hamburg, January 2012 - Many employees face a great deal of difficulties as their company migrates to a new software version. Severe changes affect people's workflows and thus often pose a major challenge. To solve this problem, Hamburg-based company LernFilme.com offers audiovisual learning units covering particular software functions. These videos are available online around the clock. Joachim Kunert, CEO, will give a talk at the customer's forum of the LearnTech exhibition.
"Any kind of knowledge or knowhow is best kept in mind if it is acquired with the solution of an actual problem or task", explains Joachim Kunert, founder and Managing Director of LernFilme.com. The online service approaches workplace learning through problem-solving and thus combines immediate support with long term effective knowledge transfer.
With their brevity and applicability, the didactic approach of the short videos is to address the specific interests of users and supply them with important additional information along the way. These users are employees of SMEs, large enterprises and educational institutions, as well as home users.
Companies show a particularly high demand for support and training concerning the Microsoft programs, especially in the changeover process to Office 2010. Therefore an add-inn was developed by LernFilme.com for the Office applications, which gives users direct access to the online service from the respective program with only one click. So the "pick up the user"-approach is further optimized.
Since recently, the offer of LernFilme.com covers not only Office applications and other Microsoft programs but also the IBM-program Lotus Notes 8.
On 31 January 2012 at 3.15 PM, Joachim Kunert will give a talk on "Effective user support for the migration to Windows 7/Office 2010" at the customer's forum of the LEARNTEC 2012.
(CHECK.point eLearning, Newsletter-Special: LEARNTEC-Innovationen, 09.01.2012 translated from the German original)
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