What an offline player means for your learning community

Paradiso

Well, we are getting towards this with an Offline Player for your LMS. An offline player, in the context of elearning, is a program which allows learners to download elearning content when they are connected to the internet, then complete the training later when disconnected. Read on and find out what an offline player could do for your employees. Not so long ago all learning was delivered offline. The Offline Player.

Social media for trainers: think differently!

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

The topic was: social media as learning instrument. I started with a line up: from no engagement with social media to intensive engagement. Only a few were using social media intensively and only one had followed the hashtag #tvt12 before the conference. Then we did a second line up between zero use of social media to intensive use of social media in the context of their trainings. I'm convinced social media puts online learning in the hands of the trainer.

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Addressing On-Demand Learning and Performance Needs #LCBQ | Social.

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Addressing On-Demand Learning and Performance Needs #LCBQ by Andrea on May 9, 2011 in performance support Each month, Tony Karrer at The Learning Circuits Blog posts a “Big Question&# for the learning and development community (Twitter hashtag #LCBQ).

How to succeed with online learning for colleges and universities

eLearning 24-7

Include m-learning and focus on vendors who are moving to online/offline synch with tablets. In today’s higher education e-learning world, synchronous based learning rules. before the class is even launched (if they follow the synchronous based approach). . What would you rather prefer: A synchronous based course/class which provides no real engagement or interactivity and is truly one sided – linear?

Terms e-Learning Designers Should Know

Mindflash

Examples of technologies that can be used to facilitate asynchronous learning include learning management systems, enterprise social networks, wikis, blogs, on-line discussion forums, and even email. Synchronous: Synchronous learning refers to a learning environment in which everyone participates at the same time. We usually think if this as classroom training, but synchronous learning can occur on-line in a virtual classroom or web conferencing system.

Social Learning – What’s the Point? Time to turn the tables on the naysayers

eLearning 24-7

That is what one senior exec said to me, the other day when it came to social learning. LMS/LCMS/Learning Portals (commercial & free), Social Learning stand-alone systems, hybrid system, content authoring tools, m-learning, web conferencing (already exists in many systems), virtual worlds, virtual meeting systems (already exists in some systems), marketplace exchanges (not affiliated with a system). Incorporate Social Q/A. Every site listed above is a social media site.

Asynchronous learning

Ed App

If you’re not familiar with this term yet, then it may be best to start by taking a look at its counterpart: synchronous learning. Synchronous Learning: Everyone on the Same Page. Synchronous learning is characterized by a highly structured learning environment.

Appropriate friction

Clark Quinn

In a conversation, a colleague mentioned using social tools to minimize friction, and the thought struck me wrong. There are also unproductive conversations, e.g. meetings where we have status updates that are more effectively done offline, and jockeying for various sorts of recognition. It may need to have periods of synchronous conversation as well as asynchronous work ( we did this when creating the Manifesto ). social

7 Factors that boost the transfer of learning

Matrix

To make sure trainees are successful in their learning journeys and also apply what they learn in real-life work situations, it is essential to address these seven key factors: stakeholders, context, social environment, motivation, integration, intensity, and technology. Social environment. Education (be it formal, informal, or non-formal) is a social experience. People learn better when they feel that the social environment is supportive.

MOOCs In Workplace Learning – Part 2: Designing a MOOC

Learnnovators

The technological affordances of social and mobile add to the ability to provide an ecosystem of continuous and pervasive learning. Organizations are beginning to realize this and are seeking to shift their learning strategy to more fluid and dynamic methodologies like MOOCs, social and informal learning. MOOCs can enable learners to learn whenever there is a need by facilitating seamless switching between formal and informal modes, and social or individual learning.

What is Mobile Learning? (M-Learning)

Docebo

Social learning platforms can also be made mobile-ready, enabling learners to reach out to Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and colleagues when they need support. Offline is online. It used to be so hard to reconcile offline data with online, synchronized data, but as best-in-class Learning Platform providers continue to realize, offline is the new online, and we need offline data to sync effortlessly with online data.

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MOOCS IN WORKPLACE LEARNING – PART 2: DESIGNING A MOOC

Learnnovators

The technological affordances of social and mobile add to the ability to provide an ecosystem of continuous and pervasive learning. Organizations are beginning to realize this and are seeking to shift their learning strategy to more fluid and dynamic methodologies like MOOCs, social and informal learning. MOOCs can enable learners to learn whenever there is a need by facilitating seamless switching between formal and informal modes, and social or individual learning.

3 Hot Tips and Best Practices for Blended Learning Solutions

SweetRush

The blend could include asynchronous training modalities—such as eLearning, reading, research, and observation—or synchronous modalities, such as instructor-led or virtual instructor-led facilitation or a mix of both. Look at the content and decide which pieces can be studied asynchronously and synchronously, and then select the most appropriate modality for each. Synchronously: This is typically the skills-based content/objectives. Synchronous?

The next normal

E-Learning Provocateur

“The one thing I am curious about is the impact of quarantine, social distancing and remote work on memory, cognition, learning and behaviour. As much as technology is helping us in the short-term, we are already seeing the impact of too many synchronous video calls in the form of ‘Zoom fatigue’ L&D will need to critically explore the challenges of remote working and remote learning.

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Why an LMS Should Cultivate a CE Healthcare Community

EthosCE

In virtually every aspect of our professional and social lives, community interaction is essential, and CME is no exception. With EthosCE, learners can easily share CE program news and content on their favorite social media channels while connecting with other members. With our simple social media integrations, your organization can reach a larger audience on social media than you might otherwise find through traditional advertising.

Adobe Captivate: Say Hello to Version 7

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Simultaneously record narration, capture screen motion, and synchronize audio with slides and timed objects. Support for GIFT Format Easily convert offline questions into a GIFT format question bank that you can draw on to create quizzes. Adobe Captivate App Packager Embed a range of HTML5 animations and synchronize them with your Adobe Captivate course. by Kevin Siegel. In the good old days, software companies released major upgrades to their products every 2-3 years.

Training a Remote Workforce via eLearning: Challenges and Options

ScholarLMS

Companies irrespective of size, industry, and geography have cut down on in-person hiring and training initiatives, given the restrictions on commute and call for social distancing. Training records are updated on the LMS and synchronized with the HR software too (on request).

Evolving the E-Learning Experience for the 21st Century

eLearning 24-7

Works even when offline. Boosts mobile learning value, social learning (P2P is a form of social media) and removes the browser issue for many businesses (i.e Text to Speech, Automatic Voice Recognition, Audio Social Learning. Tired of having to type to post comments in social learning solutions, what about on discussion boards or forums? Synchronous based learning which has limitations and sometimes passive learning, now becomes active learning.

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Web-Based Authoring Tools for Scalable eLearning Development: The Time Has Come

Web Courseworks

Such a tool must deliver, at a minimum: social authoring capabilities; a collaborative review environment; interactive design elements; asset repositories; course template flexibility and reusability; version control; and. Social authoring. PDF is coming. · Mobile package. · Offline mobile player connected. to SCORM 1.2 – allows offline interaction of SCORM packages – would have to integrate with Claro’s API.

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What is Blended Learning? A Guide to Everything You Need to Know

eLearningMind

Blended learning uses online and offline technologies in tandem, allowing instructors to quickly adopt the latest learning trends and modalities into the curriculum. Share on facebook. Facebook. Share on twitter. Twitter. Share on linkedin. LinkedIn. Share on email. Email.

Top Ten Learning Management Systems – July Rankings

eLearning 24-7

Also they have no online/offline synchronization which is becoming important to those TPs focusing on B2B and even B2C channels. #8 Toss in certificate, classroom management, improved user interface, Tin Can and online/offline synchronization for mobile and you have a winner. Features that I love include the video component, i.e. video courses and not just sticking video into your course, learners can share and send courses, social, classroom management and mobile.

eLearning vs. ILT: What’s Better For Me?

Roundtable Learning

You can offer downloadable eLearning , so learners can access it offline. We think of a virtual classroom as any space that allows for remote, real-time, synchronous learning (when people learn together at the same time). Those elements alone offer the clearest insight into the eLearning vs. ILT debate: the former offers asynchronous learning, while the latter consists largely of synchronous learning. What Are The Advantages Of ILT (Synchronous Learning)?

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A Look Back at E-Learning in 2012

eLearning 24-7

Those who aren’t are either offering native apps with online/offline synch or performing the shell game via the mobile web browser and calling it mobile learning. Online/Offline Synch. I am quite amazed at the number of vendors who really have zero idea on what the terminology of online/offline synchronization. Synchronization has now been completed. Social Learning. APIs of various social sites with Linkedin growing at a quick pace.

Enhancing Employee Engagement with Content Delivery Platform

Kitaboo

Content delivery platforms like Kitaboo support multiple types of content, such as e-books, courses, videos, presentations, tests, social content, assessments, practice portals, web guidance, etc. This synchronization with employee training software strengthens the employees’ link to learning, which enhances the bond with the organization. Mobile Accessibility and Offline Delivery. It allows offline access and secure distribution medium of online, interactive content.

What Is Learning Management System, Its Features, And Advantages Of Using LMS

Pinlearn

Easily Integrate Social Learning Into Your Learning Strategy. An LMS makes it easy to integrate social learning into your eLearning strategy. Social Learning Support. Social eLearning integration allows learners to interact with peers.

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Top 10 LMSs for 2013

eLearning 24-7

Still listed as a social learning management system, they have made some new strides that really work for me. Tin Can compliment – but no native app and no online/offline synch. Tin Can API with online/offline synchronization – AWESOME! M-Learning offers online/offline synchronization. No Tin Can and thus no online/offline synch. Social learning. Social learning. Hello from sunny Los Angeles.

Guarding Against Primitive eLearning Programs

Vignettes Learning

I was reminded of the challenge in adding space for contemplation in eLearning when I listened to Pat Morrison, KPCC Public , and her May 3, 2011 interview with Sheryl Turkle (MIT Social Media Scientist) and Nicholas Carr (New York Times writer) on the topic “Technology and the Internet: can they change our brains and behavior?” With the integration of social media tools,eLearning further transforms the way learners learn, think, work and collaborate with peers.

The personalisation puzzle

anewspring

This can be achieved through online and offline programmes with little synchronous learning or where synchronous learning adapts by offering fast track, medium track or slow track options. Personalisation of social: with whom to learn. The last piece of the personalisation puzzle considers personalising the degree of social activity when learning. The personalisation puzzle. Petra Peeters , Marlo Kengen and Ger Driesen.

PowerPoint Add-ins – Develop E-learning Courses Rapidly

CommLab India

The audio recording feature is so amazing that you can record audio and simultaneously synchronize it with onscreen text. The published content can be shared easily on social any network. You also get screen recording, video editing, and offline viewing features with this add-in.

Top 5 LMS for K-12 Education

Hurix Digital

The LMS includes both synchronous and asynchronous learning tools, and can also be integrated with productivity tools such as Google and Microsoft. It has a responsive design and offers offline access to courses, thereby providing anywhere and anytime access.

Building a Modern Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)

eThink Education

Courses may be synchronous, in which participants interact in real time, or asynchronous, in which students may do the work at their leisure and respond to prompts online. Work can be completed anywhere a student can log onto the site – many learning platforms even include offline capabilities. Social networking.

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Saudi Arabia, E-Learning and What’s Next (the industry)

eLearning 24-7

Many (okay overwhelmingly most), had never utilized mobile devices as true digital tools (part of my presentation) and social while being used, was more from the usual synchronous take of discussion boards, forums, groups, etc. That’s because HE systems in general are behind the times, living relics who see themselves not as a true online learning presence, rather the synchronous, ahem, shove the classroom online approach to learning (more on that later). I admit it.

10 Best Learning Software in 2020

Ed App

This infrastructure ensures the availability of learning materials, synchronous and asynchronous communication between all actors involved in the learning and teaching process, monitoring participants’ progress, and implement other activities important for the success of learning.

E-Learning Zombie Edition – includes trends and duds

eLearning 24-7

Social Learning Platform. Just last week, I saw the best social learning platform ever. Best of all, even if you choose not to use it, the product is available to the public as a new social media site. From a social learning standpoint. Online/offline synchronization for mobile learning with tablets – The number one request I receive from my consumer clients is whether they system has a m-learning app that works with tablets and online/offline synchronization.

The Main Types of LMS to Have in Mind

Melon Learning

The vast majority of commercial solutions nowadays are highly sophisticated and can integrate with other systems and applications that your company is already using i.e. social networks, calendars, email, etc. Synchronous vs Self-Paced. Nowadays, we are spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding which Learning Management System to implement in our company.

MOOCs in the Workplace and Heutagogy

ID Reflections

The other way to approach MOOCs—and this is how I approach them—is as a series of connected, curated and aggregated micro-learning modules (mostly videos as of now) surrounded or supported by social and collaborative features like a forum, hangout, and meetups. MOOCs can thus be a happy blend of the offline and the online, the synchronous and asynchronous, and offer a complete course for those who wish to take it but does not stop anyone from dropping in and out of the course as well.

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Guarding Against Primitive eLearning Programs

Vignettes Learning

I was reminded of the challenge in adding space for contemplation in eLearning when I listened to Pat Morrison, KPCC Public , and her May 3, 2011 interview with Sheryl Turkle (MIT Social Media Scientist) and Nicholas Carr (New York Times writer) on the topic “Technology and the Internet: can they change our brains and behavior?” With the integration of social media tools,eLearning further transforms the way learners learn, think, work and collaborate with peers.