Fri.Apr 10, 2015

MOOCs for Corporate E-learning

Origin Learning

Massive Open Online Courses or MOOCs are relatively new yet already a rage, so much so that the New York Times named 2012 as the ‘Year of the MOOC’.

Are Managers Too Busy to Learn?

The Performance Improvement Blog

One of the barriers to creating and sustaining a learning culture in organizations is the no-time myth.

Tin Can API: A Must for Blended Learning

Origin Learning

Learning in the 21 st century has become all-pervasive, transcending physical boundaries of a classroom-and- instructor based format.

20 eLearning Blogs You Simply Have to Bookmark

eLearning Brothers

In our own, considered, humble opinion, we have an awesome blog that every eLearning professional should read. But sometimes we like to see what our colleagues are doing, which means taking a look at the multitude of eLearning knowledge that exists all over the web.

Developing a Results Driven Curriculum

A well-designed learning curriculum develops and nurtures skills needed to achieve organizational and business goals with the most effective and engaging set of experiences. This ebook outlines 5 critical steps to develop learning solutions that will help you achieve the most ambitious objectives.

Integrating Social Learning in the Workplace

ID Reflections

I have been writing about social learning and its related concepts – communities of practices , working out loud and skills for the networked world for quite some time now.

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Webinar Summary: Practical Gamification With Karl Kapp

Axonify

You’re heard the term ‘gamification’ quite a lot. There’s plenty of literature out there telling you why it’s a good idea to try and gamify your learning. But here’s the kicker: There’s not a whole lot of guidance on how to practically leverage gamification to drive real, tangible business results.

Hi-tech campus?

Learning with e's

An article on connected cities in the latest edition of Wired Magazine got me thinking. It talked of solar powered bike paths, footfall sensors and other Internet enabled environments. I wondered if such ideas could also be applied to schools, colleges and universities to make life easier.

Articulate Storyline: It’s Pretty Easy to Learn

E-learning Uncovered

Working in the field of e-learning, sometimes I feel like an antique. While I’m not one to go around admitting my age, I can say I remember the excitement when my elementary school got its first computer—attached to a television—that the entire school had to share.

What I’ve Been Up To This Week – April 10th

Oh That Rachel

This has been a busy week. I started work for a new client and I interviewed for another contract role. They confirmed they wanted to hire me within the hour, and I start with them in May! But that’s not what you’re interested in at all – you want all the links, right? Did you miss […] Continue Reading. The post What I’ve Been Up To This Week – April 10th appeared first on Oh That Rachel.

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How to Use Customer Training Data to Make Better Business Decisions

You may think customer training is crucial to the success of your organization, but do you have the data to prove it? Download the guide now, and learn how to prove the value of your customer training programs.

Optimism - L&D's vice

Learning Rocks

With election fever gripping the nation (ahem), I''ve been thinking a bit about polling and it occurs to me that we are subject to some of the same errors that cause pollsters eggy faces after the election - you know, where the media outlets start their witch-hunt to find out why the predicted outcome didn''t match the one we got.

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Systems training: Mitigating change and embracing effectiveness

Aptara

Systems training: Mitigating change and embracing effectiveness. Today's workplace is very heavily digital, meaning hardware and software are the elements that determine trends in the office environment.

Using QR Code in Your KZO Platform

KZO Innovations

QR Code stands for Quick Response code. It’s designed to be used on printed material. You can scan the code using your smartphone and be quickly taken to a predefined link. So, why use QR Code? It is an interactive way to get people to your website. It’s also really handy if the link you want to share is particularly long and complicated. For example, if you print the code on a banner at a convention, people can quickly scan it with their smartphones and get to your content. .