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Introduction to Qstream

At Qstream, we revolutionize how businesses empower their employees through individualized learning. Learn more about Qstream with this introductory Qstream microlearning course.

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Introduction to Qstream

Navigate through the Qstream questions below to preview. Each challenge is designed following Qstream’s best practices for maximum knowledge reinforcement and engagement. This Qstream is for clients to get an initial understanding on Qstream.

1. Qstream Introduction Video >
2. Qstream Microlearning >
3. The science behind Qstream >
4. Qstream learning experience >
5. Different types of Qstreams >
6. Qstream Leaderboards >

Follow the interactions on each screen to answer Qstream questions as a Participant.

You will be prompted to watch a 2-minute video for a quick overview of Qstream.

Which of the following statements best describe(s) your response to the video?

Answer explanation:
Thank you for your response. Please continue to the next available question.

Which of the following statements best describes Qstream microlearning?


Qstream microlearning ________________.

Answer explanation:
In a randomized control trial of surgical and medical oncology trainees, researchers found that when given the right amount of time between assessments, our brains internalize information more deeply and remember it for the long term.

Qstream’s proven methodology is based primarily on the ______ and spacing effect and is scientifically proven to increase knowledge retention by up to ______.

Answer explanation:
Qstream’s science-based microlearning flips the traditional, passive learning model by using questions as the vehicle to introduce new learning content. It leverages the testing effect by deploying short, relevant challenges that jump-start learner engagement and improve retention of key messages by up to 170%.

Because Qstream microlearning challenges are spaced out over time, they only take a few minutes out of an employee’s day. This method saves time and promotes general productivity by embedding learning “in the flow of work” instead of requiring employees to block off dedicated time for learning.

Which of the following statements are true about Qstream’s participant experience?

Answer explanation:
Qstream is easy for employees to use, with learning sequences delivered directly to their email. These can be accessed through smartphones and other digital devices. Qstream questions can also be pushed to other learning, HR, and messaging systems, as part of Qstream Connect integrations.

To engage in learning, employees simply click a link, review their question(s) available for the day, and answer them. The learner is given immediate feedback and in-depth explanations that allow them to master the content. A leaderboard is then shown to make the learning experience a friendly competition, making people come back for more learning.

On average, 93% of Qstream customers report that they consistently see their employees engaged with the platform. This engagement is unmatched by any other learning modality.

True or False? Qstream delivery and spacing settings are flexible while offering a variety of question types for a tailored experience.

Answer explanation:
Research shows that you can improve proficiency & change behaviors if you vary learning delivery methods. Therefore, Qstream challenges can be customized to meet your business needs and goals.

Qstream also provides a variety of question types, including multiple choice, multiple correct and true/false.

Two leaders, Alicia and John, are discussing an upcoming Qstream challenge in which John’s team is participating. This will be the first time that a “Top 10 Individual Performers” leaderboard will be displayed to John’s team. John tells Alicia that he's unsure about the benefits of having his team compete against one other individually.

If you were Alicia, you would tell John that the benefits include which of the following?

Select all that apply.

Answer explanation:
An element of competition is an important part of any microlearning program, as it ensures that participants actually engage with the content. Qstream learning experiences incorporate top-performing individual leaderboards that encourage employees to compete individually, motivating them to engage with learning so they can improve knowledge retention, proficiency, and performance as a result.
Some core elements of game mechanics include:

1. Leaderboard: Having leaderboards appeals to participants’ competitive nature and compels them to keep answering their questions and keep up with their peers.

2. Reward: Many studies show that people are more motivated by status and recognition than by monetary or tangible rewards.

3. Differentiation: People want to be considered the top performer of their teams, and by staying at the top of an individual leaderboard, they can differentiate themselves from their team members.

You will be prompted to watch a 2-minute video for a quick overview of Qstream.

Which of the following statements best describe(s) your response to the video?

Answer explanation:
Thank you for your response. Please continue to the next available question.

Which of the following statements best describes Qstream microlearning?


Qstream microlearning ________________.

Answer explanation:
In a randomized control trial of surgical and medical oncology trainees, researchers found that when given the right amount of time between assessments, our brains internalize information more deeply and remember it for the long term.

Qstream’s proven methodology is based primarily on the ______ and spacing effect and is scientifically proven to increase knowledge retention by up to ______.

Answer explanation:
Qstream’s science-based microlearning flips the traditional, passive learning model by using questions as the vehicle to introduce new learning content. It leverages the testing effect by deploying short, relevant challenges that jump-start learner engagement and improve retention of key messages by up to 170%.

Because Qstream microlearning challenges are spaced out over time, they only take a few minutes out of an employee’s day. This method saves time and promotes general productivity by embedding learning “in the flow of work” instead of requiring employees to block off dedicated time for learning.

Which of the following statements are true about Qstream’s participant experience?

Answer explanation:
Qstream is easy for employees to use, with learning sequences delivered directly to their email. These can be accessed through smartphones and other digital devices. Qstream questions can also be pushed to other learning, HR, and messaging systems, as part of Qstream Connect integrations.

To engage in learning, employees simply click a link, review their question(s) available for the day, and answer them. The learner is given immediate feedback and in-depth explanations that allow them to master the content. A leaderboard is then shown to make the learning experience a friendly competition, making people come back for more learning.

On average, 93% of Qstream customers report that they consistently see their employees engaged with the platform. This engagement is unmatched by any other learning modality.

True or False? Qstream delivery and spacing settings are flexible while offering a variety of question types for a tailored experience.

Answer explanation:
Research shows that you can improve proficiency & change behaviors if you vary learning delivery methods. Therefore, Qstream challenges can be customized to meet your business needs and goals.

Qstream also provides a variety of question types, including multiple choice, multiple correct and true/false.

Two leaders, Alicia and John, are discussing an upcoming Qstream challenge in which John’s team is participating. This will be the first time that a “Top 10 Individual Performers” leaderboard will be displayed to John’s team. John tells Alicia that he's unsure about the benefits of having his team compete against one other individually.

If you were Alicia, you would tell John that the benefits include which of the following?

Select all that apply.

Answer explanation:
An element of competition is an important part of any microlearning program, as it ensures that participants actually engage with the content. Qstream learning experiences incorporate top-performing individual leaderboards that encourage employees to compete individually, motivating them to engage with learning so they can improve knowledge retention, proficiency, and performance as a result.
Some core elements of game mechanics include:

1. Leaderboard: Having leaderboards appeals to participants’ competitive nature and compels them to keep answering their questions and keep up with their peers.

2. Reward: Many studies show that people are more motivated by status and recognition than by monetary or tangible rewards.

3. Differentiation: People want to be considered the top performer of their teams, and by staying at the top of an individual leaderboard, they can differentiate themselves from their team members.

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