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Guest post by Katherine Rose – one of the contributors and editors for TopMastersinEducation.com website. She is passionate about thought leadership writing, regularly contributes to various career, education, social media, public relations & finance. Education in the 21st Century In today’s dynamic classrooms, the teaching and learning process is becoming more nuanced, more seamless, [...]
By Neil Lasher So what’s all the fuss about? You think I am going to tell you that you need a new management system or some expensive upgrade to the one you already have? No, actually I am not, unless of course you care about the work you are doing as a learning professional. For [...]
Using interactive software and video games as tools for employee training and development makes a lot of sense for the modern job market. Gaming help with attracting candidates and
engaging and retaining employees. Game also help employees with knowledge retention.
It often seems that the daily onslaught of email from solicited and unsolicited sources that needs attending to grows like kudzu on MiracleGro. But one delivery stands out as a welcome favorite, the weekly buffet of eLearning goodies served up in the eLearning Learning newsletter. For anyone in the eLearning field, it’s an essential compilation [...]
8 great reasons why you should use a cloud-based collaborative platform to develop eLearning content
Seasoned eLearning consultant Moira de Roche explains why a cloud-based platform that allows collaboration to develop eLearning content is the way to go.
Part 1 of 2 (This is the first of a two-part discussion. Part 2 will provide insight from Dan Cooper, CEO, ej4.com, a company that has created thousands of eLearning business training videos.) There has been much ballyhoo about learning styles and with good reason. Different people have different preferred ways of consuming and digesting [...]
Click to view “Engaging eLearning with Cammy Bean” on eLearnchat Cammy Bean is Kineo’s VP of Learning Design, an avid blogger, and a respected authority on Instructional Design. She recently wrote a thoughtful guide to pathways into instructional design in an article for Learning Solutions magazine titled “The Accidental Instructional Designer.” Here is some additional [...]
Wednesday, February 1, 2012, will mark the first ever Digital Learning Day. Primarily created to celebrate and encourage the use of digital assets for education in the public schools, the day features events on national, state and local levels. There will be a 3-hour webcast, followed by a virtual town hall meeting (see schedule). It [...]
eLearning is a powerful and complex tool that an increasing number of companies are turning to, in order to leverage the skills of their staff and increase their know-how, expertise, skills and self-reliance in the workplace. Other than the fact that it helps raise productivity levels, eLearning is also a great opportunity for company employees [...]
Soft Skill Simulations can either be computer based or live. Know when and why to use Sims in training. From Ken Spero.