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4.24.13 | Research Library | Report
Imogen Casebourne examines nine international case studies to show how mobile learning works, the many forms that it can take, and what to consider, what to avoid, and how to prepare to make the most of your mLearning.
2.20.13 | Research Library | Survey
Patti Shank examines trends in compensation worldwide, exploring variance in areas such as gender, job title, and experience and providing a salary calculator to help readers figure baseline salaries.
1.30.13 | Research Library | Perspective
Bloom’s Taxonomy not only survives, it still stimulates creative applications. Cecelia Munzenmaier shares how the revised version supports learning objectives that more precisely target cognitive processes and performance.
12.5.12 | Research Library | Report
In this Survey report, Patti Shank provides many fascinating insights into how the learning/eLearning work world has changed for both managers and practitioners in the last five years.
10.18.12 | Research Library | Hot Topic
Judy Unrein discusses what you need to know about HTML5 and eLearning, including HTML5’s capabilities, why HTML5 is a worthy contender, and design and authoring considerations.
9.13.12 | Research Library | Report
Social learning + social media tools provide formidable new ways to learn from each other with profound implications. In this Big Answers report from Guild Research, Ben Betts examines eight key elements for successfully integrating social learning into your organization, including the benefits, risks, frameworks, how to generate value, tools, how to measure success, and your role in the social learning workplace.
8.16.12 | Research Library | Report
Are you spending the bulk of your employee training resources building courses? If so, it’s time to rethink your strategy. In this new Perspectives report from Guild Research, Patti Shank explains how most workplace learning is informal. How can you support it? How can you measure it? One thing’s for sure: Your company needs it.
5.9.12 | Research Library | Report
In this report, author Clark Quinn assesses how mobile learning is changing, and recommends strategies to make the most of the technology’s emerging opportunities. He also examines the current trends in mLearning, analyzing usage, perceived barriers, availability, ROI, and other aspects that will help you make the decision of how and when to go mobile.
3.14.12 | Research Library | Report
In this report, author Patti Shank expands on her 2011 analysis of which degrees and credentials are of most value for eLearning professionals. Through interviews of academic faculty, corporate managers, and practitioners, Patti examines job forecasts and needs, the value of degrees to hiring managers, ratings for different Master’s programs, and what you can expect in terms of skill outcomes.
2.14.12 | Research Library | Report
In this report, author Temple Smolen explores current trends in global eLearning pay and delves into unique areas of variance across gender, status, designation, and other compensation. Temple also evaluates average eLearning salaries across employer and employee variables, and includes a salary calculator to help readers compute baseline salaries with their own unique variables.