2019 eLearning Predictions – Hype Curve

Web Courseworks

Seeing the negativity around the word, people stop using it in the titles of articles, blog posts, and conference presentations. It would take a robust multi-year dataset to identify and correct for a seasonal effect like this.

2016 eLearning Hype Curve Follow Up

Web Courseworks

In this white paper, we discuss how physical simulators now have the ability to be connected to the internet, allowing them to be utilized more effectively in the CME space. This article gives a brief overview of what xAPI is and how it’s being used in the eLearning Community.

MOOCs: Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, and Where We’re Headed

Your Training Edge

Several pundits and observers have noted that MOOCs are following the Gartner hype cycle for emerging technologies, and most agree that we are now somewhere between the “trough of disillusionment” and the “slope of enlightenment,” on our way to the “plateau of productivity.”.

Action Mapping for ELearning

eFront

You even have an effective community-of-practice style conversations under your courses. Your trainings seem to be hitting the plateau. In this article we explain the benefits of Cathy Moore’s Action Mapping when integrated in the eLearning design.

Don’t waste your budget on a magic bullet

From the Coleface

In October’s TJ, Tim Drewitt wrote an interesting article about the transfer of learning in the workplace. I never practiced much between lessons so fairly soon my playing standard plateaued (over 80% of my playing time was actually in violin lessons). My increasingly exasperated violin teacher told me that he could not make me good at the violin, but that he could teach me how to practice effectively so that I might become good.

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Are Your Employees Stuck? How to Create a Culture of Learning to Keep Them Motivated

Impart!

If you’re reading this article, you’ve probably seen this pattern again and again in the employees you hire. They’re still solid employees, but their growth has plateaued. According to Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck who coined the term, praise and reward structures based on this idea of talent can have a dampening effect on employees’ willingness to learn, innovate, and take risks.

2018 Turkey Awards for E-Learning

eLearning 24-7

I mean Plateau was really garbage and then SF took it over and made it way better. Subterfuge going on inside the company to deny, even when they knew the fake articles existed? I have the most important shirt of the past four decades.

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