Best of Elearning! 2015 Finalists Revealed

mLevel

magazines, the industry voices of the enterprise learning and workforce technology market, announced today the Best of Elearning! Celebration at the Enterprise Learning! The program is a User’s Choice Award whereby learning professionals vote with their ballot for best-in-class solutions. We responded by adding the new categories of for Adaptive/Personalized Learning Platforms, Adaptive/Personalized Learning Content, and Content Aggregations Libraries. Learn.

The History of E-Learning

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While the term e-learning was first used in October 1999 at a CBT Systems Seminar in Los Angeles, the idea behind the words dates back to a much earlier time in history. For e-learning to emerge as a new and exciting form of training, its core elements had to be found and established as an integral part of our lives. Basically, we can see that behind this relatively new notion, there are decades of revolutions and inventions in learning and teaching that paved the way to e-learning.

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43 Great eLearning Posts and 5 Hot Topics Including Google Buzz and iPad

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Best of eLearning Learning. How professionals learn - Clive on Learning , February 23, 2010 Great summary from Clive about key factors in adult/professional learning. Formalizing informal learning? Learnlets , February 16, 2010 The Entreprise Collaborative has a new question , asking whether we can formalize informal learning. For example, James Paul Gee lists no less than 36 learning principles. Why is e-learning just plain wrong?