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October 3, 2015

7 Strategic Questions Every eLearning Company Must Have Answers To

Every eLearning company needs to constantly adapt to learners’ preferences and the latest technology tools available. In order to build a robust and diligent product roadmap, every eLearning company needs to align their roadmap to how corporations are making decisions. This article outlines 7 strategic questions that companies that are looking to deploy eLearning solutions are using to evaluate eLearning companies.
by Ashish Rangnekar
October 2, 2015

Time Management: Making Procrastination Work For You

Employees have electronic calendars, desk agendas, and posted schedules, but work can still fall behind deadline and people have trouble prioritizing what needs to be done. In this article I will share a few thoughts on time management and how to make procrastination actually work for you.
by Roz Bahrami
October 1, 2015

What Training Professionals Can Learn From MOOCs

Training professionals need to make MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) adoption a priority for training companies and their customers. Luckily, there is a lot of data and learning available from the current MOOC providers. This article outlines few ways MOOCs can be made into today’s premium training platforms, with ease and effectiveness.
by Ashish Rangnekar
September 30, 2015

Online Personal Training: The Future Of Fitness?

It’s no surprise there’s a lot of information online. It’s also no surprise you can get a lot done from behind your computer screen. Whether you want to know who the 36th President of the United States was or to pay your cable bill, all you need is the internet. What might be more surprising, then, is the surge in the popularity of online personal training. While so much of what has been replaced by computers and the internet can be described as impersonal, that’s not the case with a well-crafted personal fitness program - that just so happens to be on the computer.
by Adrienne Erin
September 29, 2015

Top 5 Tips To Market eLearning In Your Organization

Creating great eLearning courses for your employees is not enough; you need to convince them to take them and complete them successfully. But how can you capture your corporate audience’s interest when the typical response to online training is “I don’t have time for this”? Properly communicating the advantages of corporate online training and building a successful marketing strategy is not as hard as it sounds. In this article, I’ll share 5 top tips to effectively market eLearning in your organization and ensure that your employees understand that online training is not an unnecessary and boring task, but rather an exciting eLearning experience from which they can truly benefit.
by Christopher Pappas
September 18, 2015

Adult Learning In 15 Years

When there is danger, what do we do? Panic? Education and training are critical to decision-making and to our survival. 2030 is only 15 years into the future. Yet there are solid reasons to believe that adult learning experiences will be transformed within that time frame.
by Anne Knowles
September 16, 2015

Learning Communities As A Vital eLearning Component

People are social animals. In every single day, in relation to various professional or non-professional activities, we enter to and exit from various communities. Sometimes such a community lives for a very short time, like 10 or 15 minutes (eg. group of people waiting to the dentist). Sometimes, however, we become members of communities of much longer time of living and of much bigger learning power. These are the learning communities.
by Marek Hyla
September 4, 2015

Blended Learning ≠ eLearning Course + Workshop

Blended learning could be a very powerful approach to building competencies. I see, however, a major problem - many of educators still understand it as a simple conglomerate of an eLearning course, used as a pre-work or post-work, with traditional training. In this post I will discuss this issue and present an example of an excellent blended learning process.
by Marek Hyla