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Why are we still talking xAPI?

Ideaon

With this information, you are able to identify, measure impact and fix potential “errors” in order to deliver the highest effective content to your students or stakeholders. Effortless Versioning. When your eLearning content is updated and published, that new version gets immediately available on the linked LMS activity. But xAPI adoption rates are still fuzzy. Global E-Learning market industry is expected to grow from $176.12 billion in 2017 to $398.15

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Using Video in Training: Should You or Shouldn’t You?

The Learning Dispatch

Not only is video popular, there’s a lot of evidence that they’re an effective addition to your training program. What’s lacking is evidence that shows what kinds of videos are effective in learning—that is, result in measurable change in behavior. Instead, engagement seems to plateau again between six to twelve minutes. Well Then, How Effective is Using Video in Training? Research on effectiveness is more limited than research on engagement.

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My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap

mLearning Trends

For enterprise mobile learning to be considered a “bullseye” and truly mainstream, the level of adoption will needs to be measured in wide scale usage not just varying levels of investigation, pilots and strategy development. All that said, our company witnessed large scale enterprise deployments in 2012 from several early adopter customers and partners who are now being rewarded for their progressive thinking and are now gaining “first mover advantage” over their peers and competitors.

2010: mLearning Year in Review

mLearning Trends

In fact, each of the “Four Horsemen” who rule the enterprise – namely SumTotal , Saba , Plateau & Geolearning – gave it a go in some way although no one outside their immediate customers or PR agencies seemed to notice. or “Wait until you see the next version!”). A.K.A.