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Learning Strategy, Technology, and News
Learning Solutions Magazine, a publication of The eLearning Guild since 2002, is the industry’s oldest and most trusted source for practical information on the strategies, tools, technologies, services, and best practices for the management, design, development, and implementation of enterprise-wide learning programs. Learning Solutions Magazine offers feature articles, case studies, reviews, interviews, spotlights, columns, snippets, tips, and news that you can use with confidence while making critical decisions to ensure your organization’s success with learning.
As the only industry publication offering an insider’s perspective focused on supporting learning professionals, Learning Solutions Magazine leads this dynamic industry by serving as a vehicle for the shared distribution of ideas, experience, and knowledge about learning. Hundreds of industry veterans write for Learning Solutions Magazine because they know that this is the premier industry publication for sharing knowledge and peer-to-peer collaboration. If you want to know “how” — as well as the “what” and “why” of learning, read Learning Solutions Magazine!
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This magazine is published for anyone involved in the management, design, development, and implementation of learning in support of enterprise-wide training efforts. Whether you and your organization are new to eLearning, or you've been skating on the bleeding edge for some time, Learning Solutions Magazine offers timely information you'll need to succeed.
Since 2002 we have published more than 850 articles — and every one of them is available on this site. Articles more than 90 days old are available to everyone in their entirety. To stay current with articles less than 90 days old, you will need to join the Guild.
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Human Design for Engagement and Critical Thinking
12.2.13 | Learning Solutions Magazine | Feature
It’s great that online instruction scales to global availability, but if it doesn’t engage learners and encourage them to think critically, what’s the point? Here are five ideas for building content that takes advantage of the Internet, uses creativity to get engagement, and does what is right for the learners.
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