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Part II : Where Are You with Your Blended Learning Strategy?

CraneMorley

Thank you for joining us on our second part of our 4 part blog series on which we examine a different type of Blended Learning strategies, and how you could start strategizing or implement these ideas onto your current training plans. In this second post, we are going to look at tactics that can be immediately deployed to improve your blended learning strategy. Tactical: Flash to HTML5 conversion – turning lemons into lemon aid. Part 2 of Part 4.

eLearning Basics: Flash is Going Away?Have You Checked Your eLearning Courses?

Convergence Training

News flash for you (pun INTENDED!): Adobe is going to discontinue the Flash Media Player at the end of this year (2020). For one reason, because some of your elearning courses at work may still use Flash video. What Is Flash and Why Is it Going Away?

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The Sound of Silence | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS The Sound of Silence by Jim on April 7, 2011 in eLearning At what point does narration really add anything to an eLearning module, and at what point is it simply being added because “it’s what’s expected?” The usual rationale given for why eLearning needs both text and audio is that it accommodates multiple learning styles.

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43 Great eLearning Posts and 5 Hot Topics Including Google Buzz and iPad

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Best of eLearning Learning. Elearning on a Shoestring - Produce content in 10 hours, and a budget of $ 0.0 - Free as in Freedom , February 27, 2010 Really great example of quickly pulling together a course!!! Emotions And Learning: Part I - The eLearning Coach , February 21, 2010 I’ve never done a formal survey, but I’m going to guess that the majority of online courses don’t have a strong emotional impact on their audience. Culture eats strategy for breakfast - yes!

2010: mLearning Year in Review

mLearning Trends

Indeed, many traditional eLearning vendors ventured into the market though not in the volume or with the fanfare we had postulated twelve months ago. OnPoint stepped up to plate here – to satiate pent-up demand in some and spark new interest in others – by introducing an integrated set of social features that blend “formal with informal” with support for PRIVATE mobile discussion forums, access to blogs and wikis, and support for mobile captured/user-generated content. A.K.A.