Trends in Learning: What’s Latest!

Origin Learning

By comparison, a previous Accenture survey found that only 21 percent of US workers said they received company-provided formal training between 2006 and 2011. A 2013 Accenture survey on Skills and Employment Trends revealed that a large skills gap exists in most businesses.

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An eLearning revolution: From professional development to knowledge sharing

Challenge to Learn

Sharing your knowledge is as easy as sharing your latest picture through the social media. We started in 1996 with a CD-rom version, that was followed in 2006 by a windows based edition. Internet has changed everything and it is changing eLearning fundamentally.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Mass Chapter ISPI November Meeting

Learning Visions

How about Lectora, Camtasia, Raptivity, Atlantic Link or Mohive? Creating Social Presence in Online Classroom (ID. Interview with Tony Karrer on Informal and Social. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff.

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Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Instructional Designer as Consultant?

Learning Visions

There are great tools with a short learning curve (for example, Adobe Captivate and Articulate Presenter) and tools with a longer learning curve that are really excellent (for example, Lectora, and Flashform). Creating Social Presence in Online Classroom (ID.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: eLearning Brand Name Recognition?

Learning Visions

Responses varied, but this is what came back: Captivate Articulate Camtasia SnagIt Ning Fireworks Adobe Lectora Google And the eLearning Guild got a few mentions Granted, this was a moment in time on Twitter, so were probably talking about a particular sector of the universe that replied to my question.but.nonetheless.what stands out about this list? If I just take content creation and social media perspective - then why only Ning and what Google is doing there.