Two learning engineerings?

Clark Quinn

So, I’ve written before about ‘learning engineering’ And, separately, it’s become an issue just what the term means. It appears there are two ‘learning engineerings’, and the issue is how to resolve them. First, there’s the notion of engineering as applied science. We refer to chemical engineering as applied chemistry, electrical engineering as applied physics, etc. The post Two learning engineerings?

NOT Learning Engineering

Clark Quinn

I recently wrote about two different interpretations of the term ‘learning engineering’ So when I saw another article on the topic, I was keen to read it. Except, after reading it, I thought what it was talking about was not learning engineering, or, at least, not all of it. I think this article goes wrong right from the title: Learning Engineering Is Learning About Learning. But is that what learning engineering is?

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Content engineering

Clark Quinn

We’ve heard about learning engineering and while the focus is on experience design, the pragmatics include designing content to create the context, resources, and motivation for the activity. This is content engineering , and it’s a direction we need to go. And it’s time we step beyond just hardwiring this content together, and start treating it as professionals. Look at business websites these days.

Learning Engineering

Clark Quinn

And one thing that struck me was folks talking about learning engineering. If we take the analogy from regular science and engineering, we are talking about taking the research from the learning sciences, and applying it to the design of solutions. The focus of the engineering, however, is different. Is learning engineering an alternative to instructional design? Last week I had the opportunity to attend the inaugural meeting of the Global Learning Council.

Mission Critical: Leveraging Learning Engineering to Drive Digital Transformation

Speaker: Trish Uhl, Founder of Owl's Ledge LLC and the Talent & Learning Analytics Leadership Forum

Digital is disrupting every part of an organization's value chain at a record pace, creating a critical need to transform operations and employees' ways of working. Formal training alone can't keep up; it's often too slow, too generic, inconvenient, inefficient, unduly expensive and lacks or lags methods for measuring business-related effectiveness. Trish Uhl show you how to start leveraging Learning Engineering, a multidisciplinary approach that combines modern technology, data analytics, decision science, learning sciences and change management with human-centered engineering design methodologies to ultimately deliver targeted learning outcomes and business results that keep pace with the business and merge learning into the flow of work and lead Digital Adoption.

The evolution from Quality Assurance to Quality Engineering in the edtech world.

Magic EdTech

With the above stated challenges its important that quality in edtech is more proactive and agile and gets transformed from Quality Assurance to Agile based Quality engineering. Yes, that mindset is Quality Engineering (QE). The Pandemic Impact: .

We’re Hiring Engineers!

Origin Learning

And we are on the lookout for fresh engineering graduates with good writing skills. If you are an engineering graduate bitten by the creativity bug, we’ll be more than happy to screen you for this opportunity. Uncategorized electrical engineering jobs in chennai engineering careers in chennai engineering jobs in chennai jobs in chennai mechanical engineering jobs in chennai We’re hiring!

Socio-cultural engineering?

Clark Quinn

Ok, social engineering and cultural engineering have bad connotations in a number of ways. Yet, if I can talk about learning engineering, the desirable properties of cultures for learning, and moves in that direction, aren’t we really talking about socio-cultural engineering? So, if we’re choosing cultural values, and working towards them, both in ways that reflect what science tells us about doing our best, aren’t we really doing such engineering?

Organizational Learning Engineering

Clark Quinn

I’ve argued in the past that we should treat learning design seriously, with the depth of rocket science applied as a learning engineering. Organizational learning processes – across L&D, Executive Development, Leadership Development, and more of the roles in HR and talent management – are largely still rooted in both industrial era models and myths.

Using Memory Engineering to Aid Learning Retention

Dashe & Thomson

Recently I was re-reading my first-ever post for this blog, based on an article in Wired magazine entitled “Clive Thompson on Memory Engineering." At the time, I found this interesting as a jumping-off point for thinking about how “memory engineering” could be leveraged to increase retention of content learned in the workplace. But calling it “memory engineering” has never caught on.

New in Engine 20: LTI support, YouTube connector, and more

Rustici Software

There’s a new release of Rustici Engine available now, and we’re calling it 20.1. It’s also pretty close to the actual number of Engine releases that we’ve done since 2005.1 So what’s new in Rustici Engine 20.1? The new feature that I’m most excited about in Engine 20.1 Starting now with Engine 20.1, With Rustici Engine 20.1, Engine’s native MP4 video support has also gained a new feature in 20.1: But now with Engine 20.1,

How a Learning Game Engine Accelerates Development

Bottom-Line Performance

We’ve been developing the mechanics of our Knowledge Guru™ learning game engine since 2010, and we are still tweaking them today. The game has been coded and designed by a team of developers working iteratively and collaboratively, and we even went so far as to patent the engine. It’s reliable, effective, and fast to produce a game with the Knowledge Guru game engine. We plug our client’s content in to each game and the game engine does the heavy lifting.

SCORM Engine 2017.1 is released!

Rustici Software

We are excited to announce that the latest version of SCORM Engine–SCORM Engine 2017.1–is New Features in SCORM Engine 2017.1. Engine now provides built-in support for the Amazon AWS environment, which allows you to securely store your courses in Amazon’s S3 data store. We’ve continued to enhance the design and layout of the new SCORM Engine Player UI, which we released in Engine 2016.1. Engine is xAPI conformant.

ID Meets Engineering and Learning Engineer Role Takes Shape

Learning Solutions Magazine

ID Meets Engineering and Learning Engineer Role Takes Shape. pamela-hogle. Thu, 07/25/2019 - 01:00

The Emergence of Learning Engineering

Knowledge Avatars for Training

Learning Engineering is an emerging field that applies science, technology, and pedagogy to produce the most effective learning experience. It is an approach to teaching and learning that focuses on engineering or designing an environment to encourage, motivate, and enhance learning.

Lead Software Engineer

The Game Agency

7+ years of professional experience in software engineering or a related field. The post Lead Software Engineer appeared first on The Game Agency. Working alongside a dedicated team of developers, you will be both architect and developer for a leading loyalty and rewards platform that delivers games and apps to customers that purchase qualified computer products.

IEEE ICICLE 2019 Conference on Learning Engineering

Yet Analytics

Yet Analytics is a proud sponsor of the IEEE ICICLE 2019 Conference on Learning Engineering , held May 20-23, 2019, at George Mason University. The ICICLE 2019 Conference on Learning Engineering will highlight the state-of-the-art in the profession and academic discipline of Learning Engineering. conference ieee learning engineering ICICLE

Support MP4 videos in your eLearning platform with Rustici Engine

Rustici Software

By the end of this summer, Rustici Engine will be able to handle the import, play and track.mp4 video files and.mp3 audio files using the same APIs that handle SCORM, AICC, xAPI and cmi5 courses. On the tracking side of things, all of the run time data will be stored in the Rustici Engine database alongside other training records so you have a single source of truth for all learner records. It’s the first non-standards based content that Rustici Engine supports.

Girls Gone Engineering

Marcia Conner

Singer Kristen Lems introduced me to Peggy Seeger’s song, “ I’m Gonna Be an Engineer ” almost 25 years ago. It wormed its way into my ear when I learned only 7% of the engineering workforce is female. M o re than 4 times as many men than women are enrolled in graduate school for engineering-related fields. [Y]ou An engineer could never have a baby. In this story, Rosie’s great-great-aunt Rose is Rosie’s guardian engineer.

Nuts and Bolts: Learning Engineering? Instructional Design?

Learning Solutions Magazine

Nuts and Bolts: Learning Engineering? Instructional Design? jane-bozarth. Tue, 01/01/2019 - 00:00

Complex Content in the Search Engine Age

InSync Training

Training Magazine Network Session Recap. Our learners have the world at their fingertips. If they face a new challenge or want to know some obscure fact, they have the power to get the answer immediately and move on to the next thing. This instant access partially defines a modern learning experience. But what does this mean for our content and how it relates to our learners?

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Rustici Engine 2018.1 and Rustici Dispatch 2018.1 are available!

Rustici Software

The latest versions of both Rustici Engine and Rustici Dispatch are now available! Rustici Engine 2018.1 If you are looking for help hosting and managing your Engine/Dispatch implementation, we now offer managed hosting services to help offload that work. Some features apply to both Rustici Engine and Rustici Dispatch, whereas LTI support only applies to Rustici Dispatch. Rustici Engine 2018.1 Rustici Dispatch Rustici Engine Software Development

What is the future of gamification? The Growth Engineering Report

Growth Engineering

The Growth Engineering Report appeared first on Growth Engineering. Gamification is one of the most exciting innovations of the past decade. But what is the future of gamification? We asked seven experts what they think. The post What is the future of gamification? Gamification Uncategorized

Game Engine Selection Criteria for VR Projects

Learning Solutions Magazine

Game Engine Selection Criteria for VR Projects. matt-sparks. Fri, 05/03/2019 - 01:00

Coming soon! Add Rustici Engine Reporting Extension to your application

Rustici Software

Now in addition to helping LMSs import, launch and track eLearning content, we’re adding reporting to the list with built-in, customizable reports that can connect to your application through the Rustici Engine Reporting Extension. By adding Rustici Engine’s reporting extension your platform can give your users answers to questions like: Which training course is being played the most or the least? The reporting extension will be available in the Rustici Engine 2019.1

Rustici Engine and SCORM Cloud now share the same API

Rustici Software

The release of SCORM Cloud’s v2 API is a pretty big milestone for Rustici Software; for the first time ever, Rustici Engine and SCORM Cloud have the same API. When we decided to replace Engine’s traditional integration layer with a web service API in 2015, one of our goals was for it to offer the same functionality as Cloud’s API. Shortly after the release of Engine 2015.1, we began work to bring the Engine API over to Cloud.

Are You Doing Learning Engineering—Or Instructional Design?

Learning Solutions Magazine

Are You Doing Learning Engineering—Or Instructional Design? jim-goodell. Wed, 12/04/2019 - 00:00

3 Easy Steps to Change Leadership

Allen Interactions

Custom Learning Digital Engineering Strategic ConsultingDuring times of uncertainty, ignite the commitment of your team members by shifting to change leadership.

Growth Engineering’s Top Articles of 2018

Growth Engineering

2018 has been a big year for everyone, especially us at Growth Engineering. The post Growth Engineering’s Top Articles of 2018 appeared first on Growth Engineering. In this article, we round up our ten best articles written in 2018! Online Learning round-up top 10

A Strategic Option for Improving Your Search Engine Ranking

Learnloft

SEO stands for “search engine optimization.” ” This term means that any website or blog with high search engine rankings is said to be a “site.” The post A Strategic Option for Improving Your Search Engine Ranking appeared first on Learn Loft Blog.

PERFORMANCE INSIGHTS: An Insight-Powered, Critical-Thinking Engine

Living in Learning

L&D owns a monster up-front search task to allow research and curation of source content for training…we read and watch videos…we cut & paste…we use SnagIt…we rewrite…we share documents to collaborate with colleagues and/or approvers/SMEs…we glean roughly 2% actionable information after confirming value and relevance.we

New in Engine: Video support, third-party content integrations, and reporting

Rustici Software

Rustici Engine 2019.1 We’re excited about this release, not only because Engine is getting new features and functionality, but because it broadens the focus of our flagship product from being the best implementation of eLearning standards to being the best way to deliver eLearning content to your learners. . With Engine 2019.1, What’s new in Rustici Engine 2019.1. With Engine 2019.1, More fine-grained tracking is available via Engine’s xAPI LRS.

Learning Engineering and the Future of eLearning

Learning Solutions Magazine

Learning Engineering and the Future of eLearning. ellen-wagner. Thu, 10/04/2018 - 01:00

Welcome to our first content connector for Rustici Engine: GO1 Premium

Rustici Software

If you’ve been following our blog, you’ve heard us talk about a new feature we just added to Rustici Engine 2019 called content connectors. In the latest version of Rustici Engine , now you can add the ability for your customers to seamlessly search and import content from the GO1 Premium content library directly into your LMS platform. We have worked closely with the GO1 team to do the heavy lifting to build an integration between the GO1 content library and the Rustici Engine.

New Field of Learning Engineering Edges Toward Definition

Learning Solutions Magazine

New Field of Learning Engineering Edges Toward Definition. pamela-hogle. Wed, 05/29/2019 - 01:00

ICICLE 2019: Defining the future of learning engineering

Rustici Software

This week I’ve been participating in the 2019 IEEE IC Industry Consortium on Learning Engineering (ICICLE) Conference at George Mason University, Arlington, Virginia. The event is a gathering of professionals from industry, academia, and government backgrounds investigating “Learning Engineering” as a profession, skill, and practice.

Learning Engineering: The Next Wave for eLearning

Learning Solutions Magazine

Learning Engineering: The Next Wave for eLearning. ellen-wagner. Mon, 09/24/2018 - 14:55

Team Q&A: 7 questions with our Head of Engineering, Matt

Coassemble

Matt is constantly pushing the boundaries of what the engineering team at Coassemble can do. As Head of Engineering, Matt makes sure the platform’s ship stays upright and on course. Mat fields our communications for the engineering team to ensure projects are on schedule and updates to the platform are successfully delivered. As the Head of Engineering, what does a typical day look like for you? Team development engineering product teamAbout Matt.

cmi5 and Expanded PENS Support in SCORM Engine 2017.1

Rustici Software

To that end, we’re happy to include cmi5 and expanded PENS support in our SCORM Engine 2017.1 In this release we’re moving forward with a plan to expand PENS support in SCORM Engine. Earlier this year, you may have read that cmi5 support was made available in SCORM Cloud as well as SCORM Engine and SCORM Driver. The post cmi5 and Expanded PENS Support in SCORM Engine 2017.1 Products SCORM Engine xAPI

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How mysimpleshow’s Explainer Engine Works

mysimpleshow

Just like theory and practice, our mysimpleshow Explainer Engine has 2 parts. The part you see and use in regards to the steps you take to create the video, and the Artificial Intelligence (AI) which is the underlying complexity of how the engine really works. How mysimpleshow’s Explainer Engine Works Practice – Creating Videos Script from Scratch or PowerPoint First, you select a template before it’s time to write your script. Balance is key!