Why explore virtual learning environments? Are there benefits beyond novelty and engagement? How can these environments be practical and affordable? These are questions that the US Air Force Squadron Officer College has been pursuing for several years, and two of the faculty share some of the answers in this article.
by Bill Brandon
The eLearning Guild has thousands of curated resources in its archive, but how do you find what you are looking for? It would be like searching for the proverbial needle in the legendary haystack if not for the Guild’s search tool. Here’s where to find the search tool and how to use it!
Continuing medical education (CME) today must link a healthcare professional’s performance to improved patient outcomes. While CME is effective, it takes a more tangible link to show improved performance. Here’s one example of how the healthcare industry in Virginia is leveraging online learning to improve workflow and processes and to identify gaps and performance improvement opportunities.
by Mason Martin
While designing linear eLearning that plays well on mobile devices is fairly straightforward, creating mobile serious games requires different considerations and development strategies. Here is a quick rundown of the four most critical things you must take into account when building a serious game that supports mobile devices.
by Sam Savela
Being cockier isn’t enough to grow women’s share of the engineering population. The drivers of inequality are systematic, institutionalized, and far bigger than just women’s attitudes. Why, then, do women shoulder the burden of making change? Here’s what happened when leadership in three companies took responsibility for making the needed changes.