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Questions For Choosing a Learning Management System

Checking Under the Hood: Choosing a Learning Management System

Choosing a Learning Management System is a complicated process since there are many different aspects to consider, not to mention that the LMS is usually the most expensive component of the online learning ecosystem. In this article, I have gathered a number of questions and categorized them properly, in order to help you make the process of choosing a Learning Management System straightforward, well structured, and less stressful.

Top 10 Free BaseCamp Alternatives

Top 10 Free BaseCamp Alternatives

In this article, I'll highlight the top 10 free BaseCamp alternatives, and walk you through how to use each free project management tool to take full advantage of its features. These free project management tools can help you to stay on track by creating a virtual base of operations. Keep in mind that while all these tools are free, most of them offer advanced features for a fee (monthly or annually).

Introduction to Tin Can API

An Introduction To Tin Can API

If you've been moving around the eLearning space lately you've probably seen reference to the Tin Can API, usually within the context mobile learning. I didn't really know what it was or why it might be valuable to an organization, so I decided to find out. Here's what I learned. Hopefully this will give some good basic insight into a trend that may become a huge part of eLearning over the next decade.

Mobility The Future of Learning

mLearning: The Way of Learning Tomorrow

Mobile devices have become deeply engrained in our everyday lives. From reading to schedule management to entertainment to GPS, it is The Multi-Purpose Gadget in our lives and some have even said to suffer from the “phantom limb” syndrome without it! Mobile Learning, or mLearning for short, lets learners learn and get performance support via their mobile devices. This article introduces to you the unique features of mLearning, what it can be used for and the difference between mLearning and traditional eLearning.

4 Ways to Personalize Your Online Training

4 Ways to Personalize Your Online Training

Online training has a bad—and incorrect—reputation for being impersonal, boring and lifeless. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Good online training can be personal and engaging. And it’s also full of life—in a recent survey, 72% of companies included said that e-Learning keeps them up-to-date with changes in their industry, which helps them remain competitive within their niche.

Listen Up - Coursera, iVersity, and Udemy!!!

Listen Up - Coursera, iVersity, and Udemy!!!

I recently took a couple of courses from Coursera and iVersity. The former is an established American name in the world of MOOCs while the latter is European and showing tremendous growth. I also took a course from Udemy, which is a major player in delivering reasonably good quality free and paid courses. In this post, I’ve…well…identified a few basic issues related to learner engagement.