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Everything You Should Know About Agile eLearning Before Investing

Your Training Edge

Agile eLearning is a critical attribute in today’s learning that has been greatly enhanced through technology. In agile eLearning , the content of a given course is created by use of short and iterative cycles that are usually referred to as sprint. The importance of agile eLearning is that it has a greater focus on such attributes as regular feedbacks, speedy prototypes, collaboration, as well as shortening the development time of a training course.

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The Essential Guide to Learning Analytics in the Age of Big Data

Lambda Solutions

Download The Essential Guide to Learning Analytics in the Age of Big Data and keep it as your eLearning secret weapon! In fact, every time you use digital technology, you’re leaving a digital footprint of your activity. Skill (“I can do it right now”). Engagement Statistics.

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2019 eLearning Predictions – Hype Curve

Web Courseworks

Around New Year’s Day each year, we issue our predictions for the top eLearning trends of the coming year. Here is this year’s eLearning hype curve: About the Hype Cycle. The hype cycle theory holds that new concepts and technologies are initially little known, and thus little discussed, when they emerge from their Innovation Trigger – the point at which someone dreams them up, and only a small group of cognoscenti knows of them.

eLearning Hype Curve: Our Predictions for 2019

Web Courseworks

Around New Year’s Day each year, we issue our predictions for the top eLearning trends of the coming year. Here is this year’s eLearning hype curve: What’s the eLearning Hype Cycle? The hype cycle theory holds that new concepts and technologies are initially little known, and thus little discussed, when they emerge from their Innovation Trigger – the point at which someone dreams them up, and only a small group of cognoscenti knows of them.