eLearning Trends

Find here the latest news and trends in eLearning. Read articles about the future of the learning industry with forecasts, written from our e-learning experts

Big Data and How It’s Changing e-Learning

Big Data and How It’s Changing e-Learning

You’ve probably heard the term Big Data, and maybe you’ve wondered exactly what it is and how these digital breadcrumbs relate to the e-Learning world. Find out the answers to all your questions, including what the benefits are and how Big Data is changing the way we approach e-Learning design.

5 Key Trends in Mobile Learning

5 Key Trends in Mobile Learning

Learners today depend on the latest technology—like smartphones and tablets—to help them fit online training into their busy lives. Statistics show that we check our smartphones an average of 150 times per day; it makes sense that we would want to have access to e-Learning content on our phones

A View Into The Future Of eLearning

A View Into The Future Of eLearning

As more organizations are discovering the advantages of eLearning, there is a greater push to take instructor-led courses online. The challenge of course, is how to do this effectively. Fortunately, we have arrived at a point in time where technology now supports the promise of the virtual classroom. From the time personal computers entered the workplace, this has been a goal of training developers. The future is now here.

New Learning Opportunities Create Self-Directed Learners

New Learning Opportunities Create Self-Directed Learners

What if learning took care of itself in your organization? What if your staff knew what they needed to know, or learn, to do their job successfully? Would you say, great! Go for it. Or would you say, wait a minute not so fast. And then start thinking to yourself; I am (fill in the blank) director of training, or HR, or sales director, and I need to provide you with what I think you need.

Trends In Learning Technologies To Watch In 2013

Trends In Learning Technologies To Watch In 2013

Social/Informal Learning, Mobile Learning, Video – these three items have been “hot” for several years now, both in education and the corporate sector. Many are excited about them but the adoption of them has been slower than predicted.  Barriers include cost, technology issues still not resolved, confusion about the differences between formal and informal learning, design factors, cultural factors, concerns about security, etc.