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Helping Learners Get The Most Out Of Online Discussions

Helping Learners Get The Most Out Of Online Discussions

Online discussions are the lifeblood of an online class. Without rich, ongoing discussions, learning is minimized. However, many online courses don’t help online learners understand how to post a new idea or response; the types of communications or posts that contribute to learning or share examples of good posts. As a result, online learners are often left to their own devices with many online discussions stalling or sinking to a level of mediocrity.

Language e-Learning Redefined

Language e-Learning Redefined

The true value of e-learning is misunderstood and the industry focus is misplaced. E-learning professionals and the industry too strongly support collaboration, neglecting the aspect of the individual learning process. What's more, learning languages is very much different than learning other subjects, as it is a complex transformation process, and the e-learning for languages needs to be viewed from a different perspective. Language e-learning needs to be redefined.

Can HR Software Become a FitBit? And Gamification?

Can HR Software Become a FitBit? And Gamification?

Mark Andreessen said in 2011 that software is eating the world. It certainly is – even in sectors where it was not considered an option - and it seems that together with cultural changes emanating from the wearable technology world, software is going to eat HR too, changing performance management and creating a new role for enterprise gamification.

Common Core Standards and Handwriting: From Babel to Babbling!

Common Core Standards and Handwriting: From Babel to Babbling!

Handwriting and it's cousin, Cursive writing is an art form in itself. For years, scribes of differing cultures strive to dictate and journalize the coming and goings of history. The Story of the Tower of Babel is an interesting one: Let’s revisit the text from Genesis 11: 6, 7 KJV: 6 And the LORD said , Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do . 7 Go to, let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another's speech.

Can SharePoint As An LMS Really Work?

Can SharePoint As An LMS Really Work?

SharePoint is touted as Microsoft’s fastest growing software and the grand poobah of content management and collaboration. So, why not save money and train more efficiently with already existing technology investments? This article will explain the areas SharePoint excels at as an LMS as well as key functionality pieces that need customization or support from a separate LMS.

Learners Think Training Is A Burden - 8 Tips to Change This!

Learners Think Training Is A Burden - 8 Tips to Change This!

I am sorry to bring the bad news, but unless you are creating commercial courses that people buy on their own, there is a big possibility your precious learners think that training is a burden. You might be putting your heart and soul into a product for people who actually wish training would disappear from their to-do list, and think that training is a useless waste of their time, time that they can use for other, more productive activities (like for example meeting this month’s target). I know it is unfair and harsh, but can you really blame them?

How to Get Started With e-Learning

How to Get Started with e-Learning

If you’re new to e-Learning, this post is for you! Perhaps you’re a new e-Learning developer or you’re creating a brand-new online training program at your organization. Maybe you’re a novice who needs to create an e-Learning course quickly. In that case, you’ll need to know the basics. Don’t worry—with the right strategies and tools, you’ll be an e-Learning pro in no time.