2018 eLearning Predictions: Updated Hype Curve

Web Courseworks

This is our most popular Managing eLearning post every year, and by now we know you want to see the hype curve first. Here it is: Our 2018 eLearning predictions set in terms of Gartner’s hype cycle. As always, we try to use this blog post to speak from our experience as a learning technology partner to organizations that provide continuing education and professional development. You’ll notice that right away below the fold. All the MOOCs out there.

What Colleges Aren’t Doing Enough of to Keep the Doors Open

Beyond Campus Innovations

Declining enrollment rates in higher education have been trending over the past couple of years. Now we’re seeing a record number of colleges have to partner with larger universities, sell off land and other assets, or even close their doors altogether in the face of a number of changing factors. But it’s not over for those thinking outside the box. Keep reading to understand the constraints colleges face, and see how some are utilizing technology for survival.

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The Best Prototyping Tools for UX Designers in 2018

General Assembly

A guide to choosing the best platform for your designs. This is where the creative magic happens! Designers sketch to explore many workable solutions to user problems, then narrow them down to the strongest concept. Using that concept, the next step is creating a workable prototype that can be tested for viability against the user’s goals and business needs. early models of a product built to test a concept and learn from it?—?to

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How to Train Faculty to Create Quality Online Courses

TechSmith Camtasia

As online learning continues to grow, it’s more important than ever to make sure instructors know how to create quality online courses, including custom video. Faculty new to video need guidance on how to use new technology and connect with students online, while tech-savvy instructors seek ways to make their online courses more engaging. Training faculty to create quality online courses, however, can be challenging. and “Where is the lab schedule?”

MARGIE MEACHAM – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

Learnnovators

ABOUT MARGIE MEACHAM: Author and Learning Consultant Margie Meacham first became interested in helping people learn when she was a little girl struggling with first grade. She also facilitates ATD ACLP certification courses and writes one of the Top 100 blogs on neuroscience.

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The Death of Instructor-Led Training Has Been Greatly Exaggerated

Training Orchestra

Many corporate learning experts have been predicting and expecting the end of Instructor-Led Training (ILT) for a long time now. Considered an old-fashioned and out-of-date learning delivery method, many believed it would be completely replaced by e-learning methods. During the last 20 years, ILT has in fact been substituted by e-learning methods in some areas where e-learning is more effective, e.g State of the Industry, 2014. [2]

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Why EdTech Matters to Everyone?

MagicBox

The year 2017 saw a surge of edtech for schools, higher learning and skill-based learning. Growing at a rapid pace, the edtech industry is providing solutions to capture the demands of 21st century education and academia. Having come together in a profound manner, the use of internet in schools, documentation, presentations, etc. are a proof that technology is making its place in the education sector. Of course, this is just the tip of the iceberg.

Lessons We’ve Learned From Past ACCESS Speakers

3Play Media

Every year, we visit a new city and bring together accessibility professionals and advocates to discuss how they are tackling video accessibility. In the past, we’ve hosted in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and now Washington DC ( grab your ticket now )! Today, we are taking a look back at key accessibility lessons we’ve learned from our past speakers. Once bus ramps were added, the bus became more accessible for people in wheelchairs.

The Year in Learning—89 Hand-Picked L&D-Related Articles from 2017

The Learning Dispatch

Below are our recommended learning and development articles from the past 12 months, including thought-provoking or simply fun articles related to the field. Recommended Learning and Development Articles from Our Senior Learning Architect. Are you a Learning Dispatch newsletter subscriber? A favorite newsletter feature is “This Month in Learning.” Learning Experiences (16). Learning Management Systems (4). Learning Experiences.

The Death of Instructor-Led Training Has Been Greatly Exaggerated

Training Orchestra

Many corporate learning experts have been predicting and expecting the end of Instructor-Led Training (ILT) for a long time now. Considered an old-fashioned and out-of-date learning delivery method, many believed it would be completely replaced by e-learning methods. During the last 20 years, ILT has in fact been substituted by e-learning methods in some areas where e-learning is more effective, e.g State of the Industry, 2014. [2]

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Lessons We’ve Learned From Past ACCESS Speakers

3Play Media

Every year, we visit a new city and bring together accessibility professionals and advocates to discuss how they are tackling video accessibility. In the past, we’ve hosted in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and now Washington DC ( grab your ticket now )! Today, we are taking a look back at key accessibility lessons we’ve learned from our past speakers. Once bus ramps were added, the bus became more accessible for people in wheelchairs.

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What It’s Really Like to Change Your Career Online

General Assembly

How you can make the most of GA’s new Immersive Remote programs. But with the advent of the gig economy and advances in technology, telecommuting has become more and more prevalent. That’s why we’re now offering all of our career-changing Immersives online.

Predictions for the Future of Digital Learning

ProProfs

According to a 2016 Statista report , the share of American students who exclusively take online education courses shows a permanent 0.6% The number of students who blend visiting campus and taking online courses has a 0.9% The total number of distant students already exceeds over 7 million. A Digital Learning Compass 2017 report reveals a 3.2% decline of campus enrollments across the U.S. At the same time, the growth of U.S.

Designing an Easier Way to Be Eco-Friendly

General Assembly

A deep dive into the UX design process, from unwieldy problem to seamless solution. When I tell people I’m embarking on a dramatic career change, from medical doctor to user experience (UX) designer, the initial reaction is surprise and confusion. Then, as I explain the current conditions and limitations of working as a junior doctor in the UK, it slowly starts to make sense. the “users,” so to speak, in the future direction of health technology.