7 Shocking Ways the Internet of Things Has Changed e-Learning Process

Your Training Edge

Did you know that the total spending on the Internet of Things is expected to reach $1.2 And a study has shown that the number of Internet of Things connected devices will reach 75.44 These numbers show that the Internet of Things will keep growing as time flies.

A Lesson Plan for eLearning

Coffee and Design

I came across Harold Jarche ‘s blog today where he discussed, a brief history education delivered via The Internet, see Learning is Connecting. Thanks @hjarche for sharing @AnnaMuoio ‘s 2000 @FastCompany article @Cisco ‘s Quick Study: A #LessonPlan for #eLearning [link].

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Collaborative Learning Lessons from Wikipedia (and Small Insects.

Dashe & Thomson

A truly excellent article by Matt Thompson, titled An Antidote for Web Overload , addresses the reasons behind Wikipedia’s increasing replacement of traditional news sites as the go-to source for breaking news items.

How to Stop Worrying About a Jobless Future? An article from Jean-Marc Tassetto, co-founder of Coorpacademy

Coorpacademy

This article has been originally published in Bdaily Business News. Here are some extracts of the article: “We all know that Artificial Intelligence and automation are coming at us at breakneck speed. ” You can read the article in its complete and original form here!

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Best articles on Working Smarter, April 2012

Jay Cross

Neelie Kroes: European Commission’s voice for the open Internet DAVID WEINBERGER | FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 2012. Flip this lesson! GEORGE SIEMENS. APRIL 19, 2012. Remaking education in the image of our desires.

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Viral Chick-fil-A Video Points Out 1 Critical Lesson Every Organization Must Remember

Learnloft

There are well over four million hours of content loaded to the internet every day. Carissa Cropper, a comedian from Baton Rouge, LA started a Facebook live expressing her deep satisfaction with the customer service, experience, and food from Chick-fil-A and the internet loved it.

Internet Time Alliance: what’s in a name?

Jay Cross

When someone asked where the name Internet Time Alliance came from, this is what I told them. The concept of Internet Time was born of Netscape’s accomplishing in a single year what would have taken at least seven years before the net came alive. Wikipedia puts it this way: Internet time was a common catchphrase that originated during the late-1990s Internet boom. Hence, my embrace of the concept of internet time.

Top 70 eLearning Articles - Hot Topics: iPad Adobe Captivate - July 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

All these articles talk about the importance of usability testing, learnability testing for e-learning courses. Best of eLearning Learning. July 2010. Great stuff again this month. The following are the top items based on social signals.

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Shape the future with Learning at Work Week

Clear Lessons

In a nice learning swap, Tai Calon’s Head of IT shared internet safety tips as an introduction to digital literacy. Register with Clear Lessons now for an unmissable offer of FREE access for your organisation to over 500 online leadership videos during Learning at Work Week.

Is Content Curation the Future of Instructional Design?

Litmos

If you thought the internet would turn libraries into empty useless buildings and if you thought the job of a librarian was a dying career, both statements couldn't be further from the truth. All catalogues, databases, and a growing number of books are all available on the Internet.

Customer training your clients will love

Litmos

And that's where this article comes in. In both cases, there's a sense of immediate gratification because after a short lesson, the customer will be able to do something they couldn't before they took the module. . Articles Customer Experience Customer Training Enterprise Learning

Training Gen Z: What Your Youngest Employees Expect From the Workplace

Litmos

While older Millennials remember a time when the Internet wasn't a fact of life and not everyone had a mobile phone, Gen Z can't remember a time before wi-fi and Wikipedia. Once again, it's time to start worrying about a new generation coming into the workforce. .

Why Story Lessons Are the Most Engaging Learning for Millennials - Tip #174

Vignettes Learning

You’ve probably shared a cool pic or an interesting article recently. In a world connected by the internet, storytelling is happening at an accelerated rate, thanks mostly to social media networks, which have made it easier for us to share stories.

Are You Taking Advantage of Learner-Generated Content?

LearnDash

Where before learners simply had to read your course lessons and watch videos, content generation puts them in a creative position. Depending on the number of learners, lessons, and topics with in a lesson, you could divide the responsibility any number of ways. For instance, you can ask them to post a few paragraphs about the lesson, and then respond at least once to each learner who comments. Create a place for learners to share news, articles, and essays.

Top 5 Reasons to Incorporate Blended Mobile Learning

Your Training Edge

Sophie returns home after a long day of piano lessons and school. Delighted to note a new lesson updated on her online art history course, she promptly joins the virtual lesson. She goes up to her room and checks the notifications on her phone.

Zip it, Block it, Flag it

Learning with e's

80% of children in the UK have encountered unsuitable or harmful content on the Internet (Byron, 2009 - see report link below) and it has usually been down to parents to educate their children about keeping safe on the web - that is until now.

It’s Time to Start Using Videos in Your Courses

LearnDash

You have probably noticed the increase in the amount of videos you see across the internet. In fact, it has been reported that by 2020 roughly 82% of consumer internet traffic will be composed of internet video. This isn’t to say that you must use video only, but having it included in some lessons accompanying the text and supporting documents can go a very long way. Businesses are creating YouTube channels like they were creating Facebook pages five years ago.

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Artificial Intelligence And How It’s Changing E-Learning

Your Training Edge

From social media to speech recognition, warfare to writing articles, coding to customer service – machine learning and artificial intelligence have become part and parcel of our urban lives. All they need is a computer and a smooth internet connection, and they are good to go.

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Improved Learner Experience with the New Audio Player [New Feature]

learnWorlds

You can now upload an audio lesson on LearnWorlds, and it will play using the new player. Students now can control the audio lessons using keyboard shortcuts: space = play/pause. You can follow the instructions of our how-to article here. Why Use Audio in Online Lessons.

eLearning & Training: How Long is Too Long?

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Kevin Siegel      You can create the best-looking, most well-written eLearning lesson anyone has ever seen. But for the lesson to be effective, one of the most important things to keep in mind is that  more  does not mean  better. If your lesson plays too long, you run the risk of losing the attention span of your learner and lowering the effectiveness of the lesson in general.

Adobe Captivate & eLearning: Screen Reader Best Practices

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

I'd like to follow up that article with information about screen readers. Screen readers are programs designed to allow visually impaired learners to navigate through a website or eLearning lesson by reading the content aloud. For instance, there's a section in the article that deals with compatible applications, something that is often overlooked. They also include at least two different internet browser options, usually Internet Explorer and Firefox.

Adobe Captivate 6: Best Practices for Working with Screen Readers

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

I'd like to follow up that article with information about screen readers. Screen readers are programs designed to allow visually impaired learners to navigate through a website or eLearning lesson by reading the content out loud. For instance, if you're someone who is in the market for a screen reader, there's a section in the article that deals with compatible applications, something that is often overlooked.

5 Guidelines for Evaluating Your Curated eLearning Content

Frooxl

The internet has countless videos, articles, blog posts, and DIY tutorials available at our fingertips. The great thing about the internet is that nearly anyone can post anything they want. Once the internet came of age, we had the completely free Wikipedia at our fingertips.

The Top 5 Learning Analytics

Your Training Edge

This article highlights why learning analytics are important as well as the top 5 learning analytics being used across the industries. If you have already tried any of these, share your experience by commenting on this article. [1] [link]. Learning analytics is everywhere nowadays.

eLearning: Attention, Attention!

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Kevin Siegel        A few years ago I wrote about the  perfect playtime for an eLearning lesson (or module). According to Microsoft and an article  published online by Time , we now lose our concentration in a mere  8 seconds.

10 Social Media Tools For Learning

The eLearning Coach

In terms of promoting learning, employees could use blogs to write first-hand accounts of case studies, lessons learned, project debriefings, travel tips and cultural customs. Hosts have control, but should be prepared to manage participants, who can join from anywhere on the Internet.

Adobe Captivate & eLearning: How Long is Too Long?

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

You can create the best-looking, most well-written eLearning lesson anyone has ever seen. But for the lesson to be effective, one of the most important things to keep in mind is that more does not mean better. If your lesson plays too long, you run the risk of losing the attention span of your learner and lowering the effectiveness of the lesson in general. In her article,  Keeping Pace with Today's Quick Brains ,  Kathie F. by Kevin Siegel.

This Week on #TalkTech: Microsoft’s Nightmare, Training at Facebook and Google Shortens Attention Spans

Bottom-Line Performance

Mashable: Facebook Hacks Its Employees to Teach Lessons on Cyber Attacks. For many companies, it’s hard to imagine a work world without Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office. There is no doubt the internet affects the way we consume content.

A List of Interesting Mobile Learning Links

Upside Learning

Do note some of these link up to dated articles. Marys City Schools, Links To Other Case Studies, And News Articles. Lessons on mLearning. Mobile learning is in the air, almost everyone realizes the potential, and some companies are now taking tentative first steps.

The Best of eLearning in July 2015

Trivantis

This month’s Best of eLearning list includes articles on everything from new ideas for learning—like wearables and Snapchat—to how to speed up your eLearning development with Lectora® variables. Take a look at these 10 eLearning articles that I chose from the month of July: 1.

70-20-10: Origin, Research, Purpose

Performance Learning Productivity

This is a re-post of an article by Cal Wick of Fort Hill. The course was basically a summary of the findings of The Lessons of Experience study done over a 13-year period at the Center and published in 1988. That left us with 75% of the Lessons of Success for the other three categories.

How to Make The Best Online Courses for Higher Education

Hurix Digital

Here in this article we discuss how to make the best online courses for higher education. Next, align the modules in a logical and progressive manner so they form a flowing sequence of lessons. Gone are the days of static online courses.

What Can the E-Learning Industry Learn from Omnichannel?

LearnDash

However, the onset of the Internet—and especially e-commerce—has given omnichannel marketing a new urgency. But, insofar as learners can engage with the course across these platforms, content should be accessible and in-sync with the lesson plan. The learner heads to work, but wants to review a lesson during their lunch break. I joined on their desktop app, scheduled regular Skype lessons with my tutor, and used my phone to message other learners using their app interface.

The Value of Video Learning

Your Training Edge

Most of my previous articles have explicitly established the importance of online learning, online teaching, MOOCs and so on. In this article, I would be focused around one of its most important elements that contributes significantly towards its success, and that is the video learning.

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4 Downsides to MOOCs

LearnDash

Around the internet it isn’t uncommon to read articles and comments about how MOOCs are the “greatest thing ever” (as people often say when something new comes along). For a list of some other MOOCs, head on over to this article.