Tuesday, October 26, 2010

New white paper: Life sciences training scenarios in virtual immersive environments

We've put together a new white paper for life sciences trainers to help them better understand how they can use virtual immersive environments to provide more effective training programs to their organization in less time and for less cost.

"How Virtual Immersive Environments (VIEs) Address Learning Challenges in Life Sciences" is packed with specific, detailed scenarios of how trainers can use VIEs to hold key opinion leader meetings, conduct scientific poster sessions, share clinical study research, and more.

It's penned by Brian Miller, Learning Strategy and Technology Consultant for Learning Mind. Brian has worked in the corporate learning and development industry for 17 years, nine of which he spent in pharmaceuticals. He's held a range of roles through his career, including trainer, instructional designer, e-learning developer, project manager, senior-level learning manager, and strategic consultant.

Through the scenarios he paints in his white paper, Brian underscores how virtual immersive environments can help trainers improve knowledge sharing, knowledge retention, and real-time collaboration. It's worth a read for anyone interested in gaining a grasp of the benefits virtual immersive environments can bring to not only life sciences companies, but many other enterprises as well.

You can download it for free now. And if you have questions or feedback, feel free to leave a comment below.

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