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Shaping an eLearning Solution

Zephyr Learning

Developing elearning tends to focus on three areas – content, design and technology, which really is a given, but there is no strategic substance to focus our vision and desired outcomes. Making elearning work is a challenge, and I know from experience that there is very little emphasis placed on the people who will be taking the learning! There are three alternative areas where much of your focus should be directed when placing elearning on the path for success: Engagement.

A Look Back at 2020 for E-Learning

eLearning 24-7

I will zig back and forth, not staying with the typical linear method so many folks find endearing. I found that of concern, especially when server crashes were constant. Not eLearning or elearning. . eLearning Brothers acquired Trivantis .

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Web 2.0 Applications in Learning

Tony Karrer

Last week I presented a session at ASTD TechKnowledge entitled eLearning 2.0 - Applications and Implications. This is something that gets discussed as emergent: see Emergent Knowledge Management , Direction of eLearning - Emergence or Big System , and Future Platforms for eLearning. The participants were Learning Professionals from a cross section of Corporations, Academia, Military, Government (IRS was well represented and a little scary) and Non-profits.

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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. As predicted, the methods and tools needed for mobile content authoring and delivery also matured a generation or two over the “season” and a few new use cases for mobile learning appeared too. Our experience in 2010 found ALL of our new customers and partners went “hosted” instead of installing enterprise (“behind the firewall”).

Notes from DevLearn and the Adobe Learning Summit

Steve Howard

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. The second was DevLearn, run by the eLearning Guild. interaction behind the company firewall – safe, secure conversations not visible to the public. Corporate America wants to change the Internet to meet their needs, to fit in with their “we rule” model. Posted in eLearning.