How to Build a Successful eLearning Company

eLearning Company

eLearning companies are businesses that offer training, development, management and learning assistance and services to various organizations in order to help them accomplish their goals and business objectives. … Continue reading "How to Build a Successful eLearning Company".

The Ultimate eLearning Resources Guide

LearnUpon

eLearning Professionals’ Blogs. Cathy Moore’s blog aims to do just that. From overviews of industry events to the future of eLearning, David Kelly’s blog has lots to delve into. This blog is aimed at helping organizations embrace and improve their eLearning and it does just that!

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Learning is Behaviour Change: why is it often so hard to help it happen?

Performance Learning Productivity

A fascinating article recently published on the Fast Company blog should be required reading for all learning and talent professionals as well as for leaders and managers.

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Introducing WorkLearnMobile– it’s all about mobile

Allison Rossett

The very global, San Diego-based company is the leading patent holder on 3G and 4G mobile technologies. On the resource rich site, Geoff Stead, who leads the mobile learning/support effort for the company, blogs about technology implications for learning and performance. In my 25 minute session, I use examples to encourage mobile for many important purposes, including sales, leadership, wine selection, and the detection of bad breath.

Where Social Learning Thrives

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Read this inspiring Fast Company blog post by Marcia Conner. A social learning culture requires design, training, guidance, leadership, monitoring and celebrating successes, large and small. She nails what I have been calling learnscaping. Growing a culture of service is more like planting a garden than building a shed. A garden requires tending, whereas a shed is built once.

Blog scraping at HCI? How would you have handled this?

Janet Clarey

Anyway… I followed the link from the alert to HCI and noticed several blog posts (in their entirety) from this very blog. I fired off this via a contact form (and I’m not proud of it…questioned even putting it here): I object to you taking content directly from MY COMPANY blog and placing it on YOUR site. not scrape the entire blog post) and directs you to the authors site to comment. Share and Enjoy: Tags: Brandon Hall blog scraping