MOODLE vs CANVAS : FEATURE COMPARISON

Paradiso

It is created for educational institutions, and the best thing of the canvas LMS is that the students can combine their canvas LMS account with social media account such as Facebook and Twitter and indulge in what is called social learning. Understanding Moodle versus Canvas.

Facebook or Kanye West: Which Pop Icon Has a Future in Enterprise.

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Facebook or Kanye West: Which Pop Icon Has a Future in Enterprise Learning? Another subject I’ve never heard anyone say they hate is Facebook. Maybe a few of you hate Facebook.

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Facebook or Kanye West: Which Pop Icon Has a Future in Enterprise.

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Facebook or Kanye West: Which Pop Icon Has a Future in Enterprise Learning? Another subject I’ve never heard anyone say they hate is Facebook. Maybe a few of you hate Facebook.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Is Facebook the next Microsoft?

Learning Visions

Thursday, July 26, 2007 Is Facebook the next Microsoft? Have you seen this article from TechCrunch: Could Facebook Become The Next Microsoft? Posted by Cammy Bean at 12:14 PM Labels: facebook 2comments: Davidsaid. Its just a matter of time before someone new buys Facebook. People use Gmail or Reader as stand alone offerings, by comparison everything in Facebook is interlinked." The author sees a future where Facebook replaces the OS.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: The Real World, SecondLife and FaceBook/MySpace

Learning Visions

Tuesday, July 10, 2007 The Real World, SecondLife and FaceBook/MySpace Over the past few weeks Ive conducted about 17 interviews with current college students and recent graduates. Everyone who has graduated from college since 2005 has a FaceBook account. Im not sure how this relates to danah boyds recent blog article on Viewing American class divisions through FaceBook and MySpace. A few people commented that MySpace is too garish; the FaceBook look and feel is more classic.

Virtual clans

Learning with e's

One particularly interesting comparison can be made between the users of Flickr and Facebook. By contrast, Facebookers identify themselves using real names and photographs, and coalesce around groups with common interests that are wider than photographs.

Our Take on Google+

E-learning Uncovered

If I were to start over, I could see using Google+ over Facebook or Twitter. JU: I think it’s the best of Twitter plus the best of Facebook. But Google+ also encourages deeper communication by having no character limit and keeping the whole conversation in one place (one strength of Facebook). The comparison to Facebook is tougher. For me, the biggest difference between Facebook and Google+ is really a mindset, not a specific feature.

July 2011 Review

Jane Hart

Tweet. July was Google Plus month – and it was interesting to read the variety of articles and blog posts about this shiny new social networking service.

Our Take on Google+

E-learning Uncovered

If I were to start over, I could see using Google+ over Facebook or Twitter. JU: I think it’s the best of Twitter plus the best of Facebook. But Google+ also encourages deeper communication by having no character limit and keeping the whole conversation in one place (one strength of Facebook). The comparison to Facebook is tougher. For me, the biggest difference between Facebook and Google+ is really a mindset, not a specific feature.

Virtual clans

Learning with e's

One particularly interesting comparison can be made between the users of Flickr and FaceBook. By contrast, FaceBookers identify themselves using real names and photographs, and coalesce around groups with common interests that are wider than photographs.

Virtual clans

Learning with e's

One particularly interesting comparison can be made between the users of Flickr and FaceBook. By contrast, FaceBookers identify themselves using real names and photographs, and coalesce around groups with common interests that are wider than photographs.

AppFusion: Google+ Equals? by Terrence Wing

Learning Solutions Magazine

There are many comparisons to Facebook’s user interface and functionality (for good reason). Google+ has generated a great deal of interest in the past month, even though it is not officially “public.”

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Key Highlights for an Effective Mobile Learning App Strategy

G-Cube

In today’s scenario, the mobile app market is largely dominated by social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) As per a research in 2014, around 86% of the time was spent across native apps in comparison to 14% in mobile web browsers.

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How the Fastest Growing Companies are Using Social Media

Upside Learning

In order to maintain the integrity of all comparisons, all those tools studied in the first two studies were included in this followup research.

The Future of Work and Learning 2: Chatbots

Jane Hart

It is true that a lot of the mobile chatbots that are to be found in messaging platforms are very primitive in comparison, as they only offer a strict set of preset commands to connect with a user.

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Is Your Brand Killing Course Sales?

LearnDash

Be it the company’s website or just a simple Amazon product comparison, the brand image matters and can be a deciding purchase factor. First, decide whether you want to start a company brand (like Digital Marketer, Facebook, LearnDash, etc.)

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Can Your LMS Do All This?

Abila

Here’s a comparison of several platforms many associations use to deliver ongoing learning content to members. . . If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Abila on Twitter , Facebook , Google+ and Linkedin. Perhaps your association started out small with just a few courses.

Online Course Marketing: Tips for selling more courses and increasing your revenue

Plume - e-learning & learning management systems

However, if you have the creative capacity to make this content on a regular basis, you’ll be able to increase the lifetime value of a customer, significantly improving your sales in comparison to a one-off payment model. Choose Facebook for creating a page and a group for your users.

PowerPoint or Prezi: Which is Best for eLearning?

Association eLearning

There are already many general comparisons online that have done a pretty thorough job of discussing the pricing, storage space, and other technical aspects of these programs. So this comparison is going to look at PPT and Prezi specifically through an eLearning lens.

eLearning Trends for 2015: Here to Stay or Go Away?

Association eLearning

Gamification taps into a learner’s intrinsic enjoyment of mastery, as well as their ego’s desire to make social comparisons and assess their ability relative to others. Share this on Facebook. Trends in eLearning come and go, but a good LMS is forever.

Another Lens for Viewing Your eLearning

Association eLearning

Pretests and comparisons with familiar subjects can bring background knowledge to the front of a learner’s mind. Share this on Facebook. There is more than one way to look at an object. You can view it from the front or back, close up or far away, and so on.

Advantages of GreenLearning

Association eLearning

In comparison, a study by Britain’s Open University discovered that providing distance learning “consumes an average of 90% less energy and produces 85% fewer CO2 emissions per student than conventional face-to-face courses,” which helps immensely. Share this on Facebook.

Digital platforms have global impact on competition policy

GRC Solutions

Technology magnates such as Google and Facebook continue to infiltrate the buying choices of consumers, collecting ‘big data’ and driving e-commerce to new heights. From what we know so far, there will be an increased focus on how companies such as Google and Facebook monetise their services and the spread of market power in online advertising and news sites. Digital platforms have global impact on competition policy.

Student Memberships: How Associations Can Fill Skills Gaps for Grads

Association eLearning

The skills acquired along the way, the “how” someone got their degree, seem almost invisible by comparison. Share this on Facebook. I recently earned my undergraduate degree in history before coming to join the team at Digitec Interactive as a Writer and aspiring Instructional Designer.

Make the Most of ASAE Annual 2013 Conference: An Interview with Jay Daughtry of Chatterbachs

Association eLearning

Many times people feel like they already know me because we’ve connected on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, ASAE’s Collaborate, etc. SL: What do you think will be the hot topic or trend to be discussed this year in comparison to years’ past? Share this on Facebook.

My Experience Starting Out with Google+

Learning Developments

I found myself making lots of comparisons to Facebook. Indeed it is very similar to Facebook on the surface. For example, Google+ has a "+1" option which is the same as a Facebook "Like". Let's just say I've been brainwashed by Facebook.

Why Training has a Bad Name (and how we can change it)

Learning Rebels

Join Facebook groups, LinkedIn groups, build your twitter list with L&D people whose thoughts and ideas you admire. I have made the comparison that old school training makes people feel as if they are in bad puppy training.

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How to Make A Thousand Training Videos for YouTube FAST (Customer Story)

TechSmith Camtasia

This is not an apples-to-apples comparison given that we used some of the company’s most knowledgeable resources and posted our content publicly. If you ever need help along the way you can always find us on Twitter , Facebook , and YouTube. At a glance.

Sales Funnels, Product Launches, and Paid Ads for Course Creators with Jennifer Tamborski

LifterLMS

Jennifer approaches marketing with the comparison of dating. If you’re on Facebook, be sure to connect with her there at Facebook.com/VirtualMarketingExperts. Because a lot of challenges are done on Facebook Lives, or in a group on a Facebook Live, however you want to do that.

7 Popular Email Marketing Services Compared

LearnDash

The program allows SMS, Facebook, and webinar integrations to capture across several channels. The comprehensive features include marketing automation, SMS messaging, transactional emails, Facebook ads, and landing pages for an underserved market.

Measuring Project Success: Thoughts for the Training Professional.

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Measuring Project Success: Thoughts for the Training Professional by Jim on April 24, 2011 in Project Management/Project Delivery When we think of the concept of “success,” it often seems relatively straightforward. Looking back on your day, for instance, it’s generally an easy thing to sum up whether it was successful or not. Did your presentation go well to that big prospective client, or did your car break down on the way to work? Were you able to get the gym as you had hoped, or did your boss need you to work late on someone else’s project? Easily definable items such as these, measured against a finite number of other events, allow for relatively rapid analysis. Yet, when one extends the number of competing factors a bit, measurement becomes increasingly difficult. Just as it is generally easy enough to determine if your day went well, deciding if you had a good year can be a bit harder. For one thing, how do you weigh competing factors against each other when there are so many more to choose from? Is financial success the most important item, or personal fulfillment, or a host of other things that happen over the course of a large timeframe? These questions are the same ones that face project managers every day, as they struggle with the ever-present dilemma of demonstrating success to project stakeholders. The first real issue is that few projects have just one stakeholder, and each stakeholder may have their own definition of success. As noted by William R. Duncan in Defining and Measuring Project Success : “The health and safety officer wants no injuries. The manufacturing manager wants a product that is easy to build. The ISO 9000 compliance team cries “success” if the documentation is complete. The VP of Marketing will be delighted if you get to market before your competition.” This can be especially true in the training field, where the training department’s ideas of success can be vastly different from a harried team manager who wants to minimize lost productivity due to excessive training. So, how can a poor project manager navigate these dangerous waters? Preparation, preparation, preparation. And by that I mean, documentation, documentation, documentation. It is imperative that your client recognizes, in writing, that a, b, and c factors constitute success, while factor d is not important and should not be used. Since you may have only one immediate contact, often within the training department, it’s a good idea to dig deeper. Ask for sign-off on the success factors from all the key people, whether you’ll meet them or not (this helps your immediate contact, too, which is pretty handy). Furthermore, note the assumptions on which these success factors are based. If your client wants you to get an elearning module built based on storyboards developed in-house, make sure it’s clear that your work is entirely dependent on their work. And make sure it is documented and clearly understood how to escalate those issues up the chain of command, if you have to. Finally, don’t oversimplify when writing out the success factors, but don’t over-measure, either. For example, writing “All milestones will be completed on time” as a success factor doesn’t give enough leeway that you may need in the normal course of events. William Duncan suggests using a structured format to overcome oversimplication. His example: Stock intro: “one key success measure for this project is to have…” Measurable item: ‘the completion date of every major milestone” Comparison statement: “within” Some number: “one week of the baseline schedule date” This example provides specificity and flexibility, all at the same time. The result is a measurement that is easy to understand, and leaves wiggle-room where appropriate. Ultimately, these ideas only scratch the surface of what is important in demonstrating success to your client. The ultimate truth is that success can only come from communication, so talk with your client. Dig deep. And let me know your thoughts! Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Print for later Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend Tags: budgeting , customer service , elearning , feedback , project management , stakeholder About Jim Im a Project Manager for Dashe & Thomson, focused on getting the best results for clients whether big (Fortune 500) or small (Fortune 500,000). My goal is to make sure that no matter the size of the project, each company that comes to us gets immediate, attentive, personal service. When Im not busy helping to change the face of corporate learning, I like to train with the Dashe & Thomson company bike team, travel and read. View all posts by Jim → ← Embracing Innovation in Learning Three Reasons Why Corporate Training Departments Could Become Extinct → Download Free Whitepaper The Top 10 Pitfalls of End User Training – and How to Avoid Them Given the current state of the economy, businesses large and small are looking for ways to improve productivity while maintaining quality. Download the whitepaper » Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Print for later Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend 2 Responses to “Measuring Project Success: Thoughts for the Training Professional&# Jeff Colosimo May 3, 2011 at 10:03 pm # Thanks for including a blog post on this topic. As a business owner, I often feel overwhelmed by the number of tasks in front of me. They all seem like a priority and they can be difficult to delegate. Having documentation readily available is very handy for maneuvering from task to the next. I try to minimize the time spent a variety of projects whenever I can, which is why social learning is handy – it cuts down on time and money. Thanks again for this strategy. It’s very insightful. Jim May 4, 2011 at 6:42 pm # Glad you found the post helpful, Jeff! Properly documenting expectations, responsibilities, and success factors can be one of the most vital aspects of successful project management, but it’s so often overlooked or treated as merely an exercise. Personally, I’m still working on every new project to fine tune the proper “documentation ratio.&# Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Search the blog Popular Latest Comments Tags Web-Based, Instructor-Led, EPSS? 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Ponder This in your LMS and LXP

eLearning 24-7

Comparison data between that mentor and all other mentors at the company and so forth. Even then, the metrics are essential, because without it, you just have two people experiencing “mentoring” as though they are on What’s App or Facebook Messenger. Right now, the only platform that isn’t seeing that much crossover in comparison to an LXP, is an SEP (Sales Enablement Platform). I think people like to question the status quo.

Learning Lessons from Black Ops 2

Integrated Learnings

For a point of comparison, I've chosen the game Black Ops 2. You might also be interested in our page on Facebook or Twitter feed. by Jonathan Shoaf. As a boy growing up in a neighborhood full of kids, I understood the importance of a challenge. A challenge is where you put all your skills to use to beat an opponent. The challenge pushes you beyond your current skill level. It is something to prepare for and something to learn from.

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E-Learning Uncovered | Blog

E-learning Uncovered

Read full story • Comments { 2 } Authoring Tool Comparison – Updated! by Diane Elkins on May 31, 2011 Well, we knew we’d have to keep our authoring tool comparison grid updated as the market changes, but we didn’t think it would be outdated within a week!

How (And Why) to Consistently Use Brand Colors In Videos

TechSmith Camtasia

What will the background colors be in comparison to your font color? Stay connected with Naomi via TopShelfVA.com , Facebook , Twitter , LinkedIn , and YouTube. Branding covers a whole gamut of theories and criteria.