A few weeks ago, we sat down with former Microsoft CLO Chris Pirie for a discussion on text message learning, adopting innovative learning technologies in the workplace, and the future of workforce education. If you love learning as much as we do, this is a can't-miss conversation.
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We sat down with Chris Pirie, former CLO at Microsoft, to discuss the past, present, and future of text message learning. We also shared a sneak peek of some upcoming Arist features.
In this in-depth webinar, we explore how learning trends like hybrid work, nanolearning, and the rise of Gen Z will shape corporate learning and training in the year to come.
As remote and hybrid work transform the employee experience, how can we make learning more accessible, engaging, and personal? In this webinar, the Arist team provides an intro to text-based learning.
Adapted from a Wellesley College course, this is a perfect 5-day sample of text message learning.
We asked a few leading experts and CLOs about the future of learning. This course explains it all in a text a day.
This introductory project management course is a great way to explore one of our more in-depth courses.
on The Future of Learning and Work with Spencer Kier (40 minutes)
on Learning Tech Talks with Christopher Lind (61 minutes)
on The Future of Learning Podcast with Stellar Labs (9 minutes)
In this article, former McDonald's CLO Rob Lauber explores how text message courses are becoming a critical remote learning tool for learning leaders.
In this article, Arist President Ryan Laverty explores the way that nanolearning is shifting corporate learning. If you're curious about nanolearning, this is the perfect primer.
In this letter to our team, we reflect on the craziness of 2020 and explore our plan for the year ahead. At Arist, we care deeply about transparency, and ended up sharing this letter with the broader Arist community.
Leading research institutions indicate that making learning bite-size, spaced out over time, and text-based can lead to positive behavior change and knowledge retention outcomes. Want to dive deeper? Check out our white paper.
Harvard was an early pioneer in utilizing spaced learning to combat the forgetting curve. Today, spaced learning is the basis for the Arist course model.
Behavior change is a critical component of any learning program. Read about UPenn's Behavior Change for Good initiative, which uses text to gradually shift behavior.
Stanford's tips-by-text program was one of the first major studies focusing on the behavior change effects of daily text messages. The results are astounding.