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by Jim Recker, Bob Lee
5.23.13 | Online Events Archive | Sponsored Webinars
Flipped learning – where recorded lectures are now for homework and classes are instead for practice – can increase learning effectiveness, lower operational costs, and boost r . . .
by Bill Brandon
5.20.13 | Learning Solutions Magazine | Feature
Widespread media attention is raising expectations for the use of mobile technology in learning and performance support. The next steps are to consider the strategies and the specifics of application that will benefit your organization and to make practical plans. The eLearning Guild’s mLearnCon Conference & Expo 2013 will help you as you chart your course—here’s how!
contributing editor, Karen Forni
5.20.13 | Publications Library | Guild eBooks
Engagement is a critical element of learning. If we can get people to pay attention to what we’re saying and engage with us, the content, and each other, learning follows. This eBook provides 68 tips for educators who want their learners to be fully engaged.
by Reuben Tozman
5.14.13 | Online Events Archive | Thought Leaders Webinar Series
The evolution of the web has fundamentally changed the business models for creating value. As instructional designers, more than simply designing instruction, we need to ensure our conte . . .
by Jack McGrath
5.10.13 | Online Events Archive | Online Forums 2013
To remain competitive, today’s business leaders want to increase employee performance significantly—and they’re turning to Learning and Development to make this happen. But . . .
by Harvey Singh
4.24.13 | Online Events Archive | "Best of" Webinars
How are mobile and wireless technologies going to impact learning and performance? In this free webinar, mLearning expert Harvey Singh will explore trends in mobile and wireless technolo . . .
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.
by Marc Rosenberg
3.13.13 | Conference Archive | Learning Solutions Conference & Expo 2013
American author Bruce Barton once noted, “When you’re through changing, you’re through.” This is certainly true for eLearning strategy. Just when you think you&rsqu . . .
by Cammy Bean
11.1.12 | Conference Archive | DevLearn 2012 Conference & Expo
In these modern times, a lot of eLearning courses instruct - but along the way, many developers have forgotten about the design part. People develop courses. They convert information. But . . .
by Marc Rosenberg
9.13.12 | Conference Archive | Performance Support Symposium 2012
We've talked about performance support for a long time. We've tried to get our arms around it, but found that it clashed with notions of what we were supposed to do - training and eLearnin . . .