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2.19.14 | Research Library | Survey
Patti Shank explores trends in eLearning pay worldwide, looking at variables such as company size, number of people managed, and experience and providing a salary calculator to help readers figure baseline salaries.
1.15.14 | Research Library | Big Answer
In this report, Karl Kapp explores why stories are so valuable for learning, describes how to match learning objectives to four powerful learning story types, and provides guidance on how to compose learning stories.
12.4.13 | Research Library | Survey
In this report, Patti Shank examines which technologies learning practitioners are currently using, analyzes differences between corporate and higher education use, and explores differences in usage by industry and modality.
10.3.13 | Research Library | Survey
Patti Shank, with Joe Ganci, examines which asynchronous authoring tools practitioners use and want, what features are most desired, the types of courses being created, and how much organizations are spending on these tools.
8.8.13 | Research Library | Hot Topic
In this report, Brenda Enders discusses games and gamification and shows, via numerous examples, how game mechanics and game elements such as stories, points, and challenges can achieve significant learning outcomes.
6.5.13 | Research Library | Survey
Steve Foreman analyzes the changing LMS landscape, critical evaluation and selection activities, and what features are most desired today, and discusses findings that indicate what’s needed to achieve the best results.
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.
Upcoming Events & Deadlines
- March 12—Webinar
Best of Research: eLearning Salary & Compensation 2014
- March 17—Deadline
Call for Speakers: Managing and Repurposing Learning Content
- March 19 – 21—Conference
Learning Solutions 2014
- March 25—Guild Academy
HTML5 & CSS: Fundamentals for eLearning Developers
- March 31—Guild Academy
Instructional Design: The A.G.I.L.E. Approach
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San Francisco to North Bay (Sonoma County)
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Rancho Cucamonga, CA, USA
- Instructional Designer - Near Bentonville
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Washington, District Of Columbia, United States, 20005
- eLearning Instructional Designer
Collegeville, PA (possible virtual)