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The Ultimate eLearning Definitions Dictionary: All The Terms You Need To Know

KnowledgeAnywhere

There are a lot of industry terms in the eLearning sphere, which can make choosing the right training system confusing for those who have not navigated the space before. Adaptive eLearning: A type of eLearning with the learner’s flexibility as its focal point.

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The Problem of Knowledge

The E-Learning Curve

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Differentiating tacit and explicit knowledge

The E-Learning Curve

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Categories of Knowledge

The E-Learning Curve

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Knowledge. Defining the Problem. Somewhat.

The E-Learning Curve

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Benefits of e Learning

Unboxed

Learn why eLearning is an essential tool to train your organization’s modern learner in today’s fast-paced, digital work environment. Alternatively, eLearning provides a variety of training modalities that are both cost effective and mobile. What is eLearning?

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What Makes Knowledge Anywhere Different?

KnowledgeAnywhere

By offering end-to-end support and unique eLearning features and tools at a competitive price, Knowledge Anywhere makes it possible to train employees online, so you can focus on other tasks. A Guide to The Different Types of eLearning.

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How Can You Use Personalized eLearning to Drive Employee Performance and Achieve Higher ROI

EI Design

My free eBook, How Can You Use Personalized eLearning to Drive Employee Performance and Achieve Higher ROI , is designed to help you understand the value in adopting Personalized eLearning. While eLearning or Mobile Learning enables organizations to reach a wider audience.

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Virtually Amazing: What to Know about Augmented Reality (AR) for eLearning

eLearningMind

Nowadays, AR technology has real applications in real-world contexts—and eLearning is one of those contexts. So today, we’ll talk about augmented reality in eLearning. Let’s find out how AR in eLearning raises the interaction and effectiveness of your training programs.

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How to do Online Training for Government the Right Way

Avilar

eLearning is a cost-effective way to deliver a range of courses or just-in-time microlearning. And, in our mobile-driven culture, eLearning is accessible, anywhere at any time. PRO TIP: Even if your agency has full access to a very broad catalog of eLearning content, take the time to review and assess your choices. eLearning can be particularly effective for soft skills and business application basic training. Not all eLearning is created equal.

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What is eLearning?

LearnUpon

It’s likely that anyone who uses eLearning will tell you how impactful and convenient it is. In today’s “always-on” world, eLearning offers many benefits to both learners and organizations. But what is eLearning, exactly? Whether you’re an eLearning expert or beginner, there’s no denying its popularity has skyrocketed over the past decade. The demand for eLearning solutions shows no signs of fading, with the market expected to reach $275 billion by 2022.

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A Review of the Elearnity 9-Grid

Unicorn Training

In the first of a series looking at published research findings and statistics in the e-learning space, Peter Phillips takes a look at the Elearnity 9-Grid™ True Grid? Elearnity are a long established and well-known learning analysts and consultants, who provide independent research in the UK and European Learning and Talent market, “drawing upon the insights and experience of our Corporate Research Network”. Elearnity retweeted the Epic statement without any qualification.

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Corporate Training

Tony Karrer

Courseware and Broader eLearning Jay's post eLearning is not the Answer : Corporations are flocking to eLearning for all the wrong reasons. This sort of fanciful thinking tripped up eLearning ten years ago. Poorly implemented eLearning is a more expensive alternative to doing nothing at all, and often the results would be the same. If we did nothing at all, what would the result be as compared to what we do when we provide some bad eLearning?