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Are Learning Experience Platforms the Next LMS?

LearnDash

I’ve recently seen a new term crop up in e-learning blogs, and it deserves some clarification. That term is “Learning Experience Platform,” or LXP. According to some of the blogs I’ve read, the LXP is the next generation of the LMS: more powerful, more flexible, and generally better across almost every e-learning context. Versatile micro learning program options. Case in point: micro learning.

Ryan Tracey – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

Ryan Tracey is an E‑Learning Manager in the Australian financial services industry. He is also an Editorial Board Member for eLearn Magazine , a moderator for #lrnchat , and the author of the E-Learning Provocateur blog. Ryan has worked in corporate e-learning for over a decade, following several years in the higher education market. He holds a Master’s degree in Learning Sciences and Technology from the University of Sydney. ABOUT RYAN TRACEY.

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How to Personalize Learning with Artificial Intelligence

Docebo

In the L&D world, we’ve seen how AI improves the way admins and learners interact with content in learning platforms by subsidizing learning with a more personalized approach. A personalized learning experience is not only preferable, but simply more effective with AI. Personalized Learning Experience – Why AI Holds the Key. Artificial Intelligence Delivers Automated And Personalized Learning (at Scale). Actionable Personalized Learning Strategies.

Changing the Face of Corporate Learning with Learning Experience Platforms

Learning Wire

The standard mandatory training, although necessary in corporate learning, might not be sufficient for nowadays employees. They need a different approach to learning, due to their lack of time on one hand, and the vast variety of skills to be acquired on the other hand. As employees prefer to be in command of their own learning journeys, training should be adapted accordingly, so that the learning is engaging , easy to consume and time-saving. Learning Trends

How to Implement Microlearning in Corporate Training

Hurix Digital

Microlearning is a way of imparting knowledge in small and very specific nuggets or micro bites. As of today, the very concept of a classroom, i.e., learning at a specific time and place, is changing. The role of the educator too is evolving from simply being an agent of information to a facilitator in an individual’s personalized learning journey. In this context, it is safe to say that micro learning is the future of training and learning.

Industry trends that make you cringe: 10 learning experts share their bugbears

Elucidat

What digital learning trends and buzzwords make you cringe? 10 trends in workplace learning that will help you make sound decisions . There’s no doubt that there are, and always have been, a lot of buzzwords in the workplace learning industry. I’m sure I’m not the only one who plays “buzzword bingo” at conferences like Learning Technologies. People are talking about AI, augmented reality, microlearning and all sorts of things, but they are talking about it.

Personalized Enterprise Learning – Why AI Holds the Key [WHITEPAPER]

Docebo

Artificial intelligence will improve the way your admins and learners interact with content in your learning platform. In the enterprise learning space, this is a major topic of conversation and L&D leaders have a distinct appetite to make their learning activities increasingly automated and personalized. . In the 2017 L&D Global Sentiment Survey , respondents were asked, “What will be a hot topic in learning and development?” Collaborative/social learning.

Build your multi-device strategy in 6 questions

Sponge UK

Your L&D strategy needs to reflect the way people learn in your organisation. The 70:20:10 model (70% of learning coming from experience on the job, 20% through observing and talking to others and 10% through formal training) is backed up by research from Towards Maturity. Looking at the way people access these areas reveals mobile devices play a big role in on the job learning and social learning.