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  • 1.  Updating SYSVIEW Fundamentals Training - Dazzling Interactivity, Just the Facts, or a Bit of Both?

    Broadcom Employee
    Posted 12 days ago
    Our existing SYSVIEW web-based training consists of multiple modules, ranging from 5 minutes to 45 minutes. The modules include a handful of videos. BUT. . .

    We have an opportunity to update the SYSVIEW fundamentals/intermediate training in 2022-2023. I'm thinking it would be a good time to change things up a bit--make it more targeted and easier to consume. So tell me. . .

    When you are learning to use a product, what do you look for? Short, task-specific modules? Videos?

    When it comes to the content, do you want engaging and interactive, or are you more of a "just the facts" learner? Perhaps a bit of both?


    Thanks for your input!

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    Instructional Designer
    Broadcom
    Lisle, IL
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  • 2.  RE: Updating SYSVIEW Fundamentals Training - Dazzling Interactivity, Just the Facts, or a Bit of Both?

    Posted 11 days ago
    Hi, I think the task specific short videos can be quite useful. The overall deep dive training is needed but task specific clips becomes something a lot easier and visual to refer to.


  • 3.  RE: Updating SYSVIEW Fundamentals Training - Dazzling Interactivity, Just the Facts, or a Bit of Both?

    Broadcom Employee
    Posted 11 days ago
    Hi David,

    Thank you for sharing your feedback, particularly your observation that there is value to be had in the short, task- specific clips and deeper dives.

    Thinking aloud here. . .I could build out a series of 1-2 minute, task-specific clips for a product function, and bundle them into 15 minutes of web-based training that includes additional context. I could also cross-post the clips to YouTube. Someone who is brand-new to the product could go to the training for the larger context, and then just pop into YouTube for the "Now how do I do XYZ" moments.

    Curious too -- when it comes to deep-dive training, what typically has worked best for you? For example, have you found in-person classroom or virtual training to be more effective than, say, web-based training that is more static in nature?

    Don't mean to take up  your whole day here :) I appreciate the input that you provided. It really does help us out.



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    Instructional Designer
    Broadcom
    Lisle, IL
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