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Top 9 e-Learning Predictions for 2014

Learnnovators

2013 was an exciting year for e-Learning professionals with many discussions around learning paradigms and technologies. We started the year with our own forecasts through ‘ Top 11 Disruptive e-Learning Technologies ’, many of which, when we look back, turned out to be accurate.

The LMS of the future: two predictions

Matrix

My first thought, however, was that if I ever got famous enough for a park bench to hold a quote of mine for years after I’m gone, the words would be: Whoever is tired of learning, is tired of life. Learning is a personal and ongoing process. We all learn, all the time.

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A Look Back At The Years Best From Learning Science And Instructional Design

Mike Taylor

Every Friday I post a weekly recap of the best articles, posts, and resources I find from the intersection of learning, design, and technology. Here is a collection of the best learning science and instructional design-related posts from 2018. How to Learn Better.

The Role Of Artificial Intelligence In Learning

Adobe Captivate

Artificial Intelligence (AI) makes it possible for machines to learn from experience, adjust to new inputs, and perform human-like tasks. Taking these cues, AI can also be applied to learning. In this article, I will be sharing my views about the ways in which AI can be used in learning. What The Role Of Artificial Intelligence In Learning Is. Artificial Intelligence And Learning. Examples Of Artificial Intelligence In Learning. Smart Learning Content.

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eLearning Trends to Follow in 2015 (Part 1)

TalentLMS

But we thought that all the data we found is worth sharing and this is why we decided to publish a more extended version in a form of two articles with the top eLearning trends to follow in 2015! It only takes the elements of games and applies them into a learning environment.

Notes from DevLearn and the Adobe Learning Summit

Steve Howard

Following is a largely unedited version of conference notes that I have just distributed internally where I work. As a blog post it’s probably pretty crap – too long, too much scrolling, but as a record of the event, and a method for me to retain my learning, it is just dandy, thank you. You will note there is no mention of all the extr-curricular learning, from the bar, the lunch table, the karaoke etc. The first was the Adobe Learning Summit, hosted by Adobe.