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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.
by Chris Jennings
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.
by Dick Carlson
11.15.13 | Online Events Archive | Online Forums 2013
The use of mobile devices—including smartphones and tablets—increases every day, both in academia and the corporate world. But there is very little information about building a b . . .
by Karen Hyder
11.13.13 | Online Events Archive | "Best of" Webinars
Each year at DevLearn, dozens of conference participants show off their latest and greatest eLearning projects at eLearning DemoFest, offering their fellow attendees the opportunity to . . .
contributing editor, Karen Forni
11.13.13 | Publications Library | Guild eBooks
With just a little knowledge of visual design principles, plus graphic and animation tools, you can dramatically improve the look and feel—and effectiveness—of your learning deliverables. This eBook provides 131 tips to help.
Maximizing Involvement and Learning from a Virtual Audience: How to Bring the Best Out of Your Learners
by Matt Abrahams
10.31.13 | Online Events Archive | Sponsored Webinars
Engaged audiences—whether virtual or in person—learn and enjoy more than their disengaged counterparts do. Our job as trainers is to encourage involvement from learners so they . . .
by Lance Dublin
10.23.13 | Conference Archive | DevLearn 2013 Conference & Expo
Organizations today are dealing with new challenges and new requirements while also seeking greater opportunities for innovation. Therefore, it’s time to consider the possibility th . . .
by Neil Lasher
9.17.13 | Online Events Archive | Thought Leaders Webinar Series
Many organizations collect data about learners’ activities, and with new standards such as the Experience API, we’re able to collect learning data at an even finer detail. Bu . . .
by Marc Rosenberg, Steve Foreman
9.9.13 | Conference Archive | Performance Support Symposium 2013
Instead of just helping people learn what they need to know, why not go further and help people achieve what they need to do? While performance support was first introduced 22 years ago in . . .
by Marc Rosenberg
6.6.13 | Publications Library | White papers
As jobs become more complex, workers not only need better and faster access to knowledge, they require direct performance support (PS). This white paper examines the business case for PS and how companies are making it work.
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