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December 13, 2013

Moving to Mobile - What are the Gotchas? Part 3

A strategy is needed in order to successfully launch any mobile learning (mLearning). There are seven categories within a mLearning Strategy that, when addressed, will amalgamate your work into “gotcha” free mLearning. This blog will cover three of the remaining categories – Infrastructure, Devices, and Resources.

by Greg Gardner
December 10, 2013

Can Apprenticeships Help U.S. Employers Close Their Skills Gaps?

Despite the need for more skilled employees, the number of apprenticeships in the U.S. has been declining. Evidence on the effectiveness and return on investment of apprenticeships is strong.There appears to be a real opportunity for apprenticeships in the U.S. Is Your Organization Ready To Leverage An Apprenticeship Model? Check the following article to find more.

by Steve Lowenthal
December 5, 2013

How to Focus Attention in Adult Learning and E-learning

Studies show that focus is a key attribute for performance improvement and success in life. Yet today’s modern workplace is full of distractions, from text to tweets. Check out these effective techniques for increasing focus for adult learners participating in e-learning, classroom training, and other learning events. From nano-learning to rewards, learn how to focus attention and improve e-learning outcomes.

by Cindy McCabe
November 29, 2013

Moving to Mobile - What are the Gotchas? Part 2

A strategy is needed in order to successfully launch any mobile learning (mLearning). There are seven categories within a mLearning Strategy that, when addressed, will amalgamate your work into “gotcha” free mLearning. This blog will cover the second and third – Audience and Learning.

by Greg Gardner
November 22, 2013

Moving to Mobile - What are the Gotchas?

So you want to move to mLearning. Great! Do you know how to get there from where you currently are? Not sure how to get started? This blog series will discuss seven categories I’ve found helpful in creating a mLearning strategy.

by Greg Gardner
October 29, 2013

7 Instances To Build Your Training Rather Than Buy It

There are, no doubt, times when you should buy (purchase off the shelf) rather than build (custom develop) your company’s training. However, the times when you should build rather than buy are more often than you might think. Typically, your offerings will be a blend of the two. You should consider building your company’s training rather than buy it when…
by Robert Bilotti
October 12, 2013

The Challenge Of Teaching Soft Skills

It is easy to lecture on soft skills and then for students to pass a test showing that they have learned the material. But will behavior really change as a result of the lecture and testing? Do role plays result in behavioral change? Research shows that behavior changes at a minimum require repeated practice with extensive feedback. Simulation technology now offers the capability to go past traditional training and produce effective soft skills training.
by Dale Olsen
September 19, 2013

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

by Christie Wroten