Tue.Feb 05, 2013

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How to Use a Learning Management System to Solve the I-Didn’t-Get-the-Memo Problem

Absorb LMS

Somewhere among the hundreds or perhaps thousands of e-mails in your inbox, somewhere in the skyscraper-high piles of paper on the corner of your desk, is something really really important. This might be an urgent policy or procedural change. mail has been and continues to be the primary communication media in the workplace. Consequently, many organizations turn to e-mail for such updates.

ROI: The Most Difficult Metric!

Ontuitive

Do you know what the impact of your training efforts are on the organization? Are you measuring them? "Of course!" you say. "We have all kinds of data supporting what we do!" But, the real question is, can you truly make the connection between what you are providing to the business and how that has improved the bottom line

Instructional design in 140 characters #140id

Jane Hart

When I talk about the power of the simplicity of Twitter, people often tell me you can’t say much in 140 characters. So I then usually point them to the very popular Twitter account @cookbook , where on a regular basis Maureen Evans tweets “tiny recipes”, like the ones embedded below. Whisky Ice Cream: Stir6yolk/2c milk/?c sug&honey/¼t salt in bainmarie until thick. Fill,fold.

LEARNTEC 2013 – Partner wins award for eFront!

eFront

Once again eFront and partner CLICK&LEARN were at LEARNTEC 29-31 Jan, one of Europe’s leading International Trade Fairs for Vocational Education, Learning and IT. Check out the eLearningCHECK report (in German) for more! eLearning Learning News Partner story learning management system Learning Technology LMS

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[Study] The Anatomy of a Training Course

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Create Awesome eLearning Games (Flash and HTML 5)

eLearning Brothers

Want to create and use awesome eLearning games in your courses? You’ve come to the right place! Here at eLearning Brothers we have lots of games for you to use. Our games are compatible with all of the major eLearning authoring tools on the market such as: Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, Lectora, Rapid Intake, Moodle, Presenter, and many more. Ways to Access/Purchase our Games. HTML 5.

Meet the Winner of Our Latest Knowledge Guru Game

Bottom-Line Performance

Our latest gamification experiment is in the books. We never give learning games and gamification a rest, do we? We reopened Gridiron Guru a few weeks ago, encouraging people to log on, compete for the high score, and beef up on their football knowledge while enjoying the NFL playoffs. The prize? A $25 donation from us to a charity of the winner’s choice. Tracking the results. Email *.

Oracle Buys Acme Packet

CLO Magazine

The combination of Oracle and Acme Packet is expected to accelerate the migration to all-IP networks by enabling secure and reliable communications from any device, across any network. Redwood Shores, Calif. — Feb. Oracle announced it has acquired Acme Packet, a provider of session border control technology, for $29.25 per share, or roughly $1.7 billion. Acme Packet enables next-generation voice, data and unified communications services and applications across IP networks. Source: Oracle

#EDCMOOC: utopias & dystopias – looking to the past (part 2)

Good To Great

As well as the videos covered in my last post , the resources for the first week of Edinburgh University’s E-learning and Digital Cultures  MOOC included a paper by Daniel Chandler about technological determinism. Ultimately the paper is a rejection of technological determinism, with the author describing the theory as ‘reductive’ and technocentric. haven’t done enough supplementary reading to feel well-informed about the theory and criticisms of it. So instead, I spent a bit of time revisiting the short films from last week in light of this paper.

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#EDCMOOC: utopias & dystopias – looking to the past (part 2)

Good To Great

As well as the videos covered in my last post , the resources for the first week of Edinburgh University’s E-learning and Digital Cultures  MOOC included a paper by Daniel Chandler about technological determinism. Ultimately the paper is a rejection of technological determinism, with the author describing the theory as ‘reductive’ and technocentric. haven’t done enough supplementary reading to feel well-informed about the theory and criticisms of it. So instead, I spent a bit of time revisiting the short films from last week in light of this paper.