by David Kelly
Dr. Tyson will keynote The eLearning Guild’s DevLearn 2014 Conference and Expo October 29 – 31 in Las Vegas. In this interview, he previews some of his thoughts on how learning is changing, the role of education, and how technology is contributing to both.
When you really think about it, it is strange that businesses continue to rely on learning metrics that merely indicate whether an individual completed and passed, completed and failed, or did not complete training. Analytics provide boundless opportunities for us to collect and use much more meaningful data. Here is the basic information you need in order to get started!
by Nic Laycock
At UK financial services company LV=, new skills were needed to drive a culture change to develop frontline staff excellence. The answer? “A social learning environment and sharing culture that ensured learning was quickly made available from one staff member to another.” Here’s how they did it.
Learning analytics—the measurement, compilation, and analysis of data for the purpose of optimizing learning outcomes—is an important part of serious game development. Analytics provides the development team with actionable insights for improving results. Here are three basic methods that game developers can use to begin collecting data!
by News Editor
eLearning is a visual experience, and to take full advantage of it you need arresting graphics and solid visual design. If you’re not an expert, don’t lose hope! The eLearning Guild’s new eBook, 61 Tips for Making Learning Memorable with Graphics and Visual Design, can help.
by Joe Ganci
There’s a new crop of eLearning tools specifically designed for delivering learning through a cell phone. Smartphones are not practical vehicles for desktop-style eLearning, but they are great support for many learners-on-the-go. Here is the first of several reviews of new tools that are optimized for development of learning fit for cell phone screens without requiring programming skills.
Applications of the Experience API (xAPI, originally Tin Can) continue to mature as developers and their organizations better comprehend it and its importance. But for instructional designers, managers, and vendors, there are still questions. The eLearning Guild’s DevLearn 2014 has a track dedicated to helping you use the xAPI effectively. Details are in this article by the track designer!
by Mark Lassoff