How the Future of Hardware and Software Might Impact Training

Litmos

Only in very rare instances do training departments buy specific hardware to support training programs. There is a famous quote tossed around the eLearning world by Abraham Maslow: "When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail."

Five Reasons to Apply for eLearning Awards

Web Courseworks

This exercise encouraged our staff to articulate the best features and use of our Quality Improvement Education program using a customer case study. This Huffington Post article articulates it well, “…its not bragging if someone else says it.

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How to Motivate Certification Candidates

WBT Systems

The candidates for your association’s certification programs face the same challenges as CAE candidates: Finding time and money to earn the required continuing education credits. If you’re familiar with the work of psychologist Abraham Maslow (I know the CAEs among you certainly are), you may have guessed by now that these motivators reside in the highest level of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs: self-actualization.

Reflections from May trip to Italy, UK, and Netherlands

Jay Cross

College and universities in Europe and America charge more and more for undergrad programs whose graduates can’t find jobs in their fields. The on- or off-campus program includes: Jobs. A shadow form of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs kicks in. TRAVELOG.

Top 60 eLearning Posts for October 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

4 Free Tools to Help Get Your PowerPoint from Good to Great , October 21, 2010 Continuing the recent trend of PowerPoint in the news , I stumbled upon an article in USA Today that provided some tips and advice for designing more engaging presentations. The approach to strategy development depends on several factors such as your organizational structure, existing learning programs, organizational learning culture, and the value executives place on informal learning. Maslow (3).