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by Megan Torrance

Agile project management offers project teams the ability to refine scope, check in often with project sponsors, develop and release iteratively, and estimate tasks at a very granular level. It’s a solid method that expects and accepts change. The promise is huge. But there’s a catch: Your team, your clients, your boss, and your SMEs must all be on board with it.

Feature   |   April 20, 2015
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Topics Covered: Project Management

by Aisha Taylor

There are a few things that everyone engaged in the discussion of the numbers of women choosing STEM careers consistently get wrong. Here are four things that all of us—women and men alike—can do to be more inclusive and encourage women to enter and stay involved in STEM fields.

Spotlight   |   April 16, 2015
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by Ronnie Duncan

A training program can help bridge cultural and workplace practice differences. Training delivered via eLearning modules or live online classes can be particularly effective, but it takes a lot of upfront work to get a successful program off the ground. Here are five keys that will help you design and deliver a successful global training program.

Tip   |   April 15, 2015
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by Marc Rosenberg

Even though we act like it’s been here forever, the Internet has only been of practical use for about 20 years. Nothing has changed our lives so much, so fast, as the Internet. Herewith a meditation on the bigger picture, beyond the online learning world, and some mind-blowing revelations.

Column   |   April 14, 2015
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by Lorna Collier

As mobile devices, apps, and other new learning tools have become available, so has the demand for education to teach learning professionals how to use them. What should you know if you are interested in an online degree or certificate in instructional design? If you need more focused skill development, are there options that require less time and lower investment? Here are some answers!

Feature   |   April 13, 2015
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by Megan Torrance

The University of Michigan Health System’s Stroke Center team wanted a way to educate the public to recognize symptoms of a stroke and to get potential stroke victims to the emergency department quickly. A combination of the xAPI and tablets is providing a solution that they are now testing. Read about the Stroke Ready App in this spotlight!

Spotlight   |   April 9, 2015
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by Sean Hougan

The number of learning management system (LMS) products and providers continues to increase, making the selection of an LMS more challenging than ever. Yet the benefits of choosing the right LMS the first time make the effort well worth it. Here are five basic tips to guide you, and an RFP (request for proposal) template to support your selection process.

Tip   |   April 8, 2015
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by News Editor

Raptivity, the award-winning interactivity building tool from Harbinger Knowledge Products, has announced the launch of Raptivity Linker, an innovative way to create short interactive learning experiences.

News   |   April 8, 2015
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by News Editor

Mobile learning defies the customary approach to eLearning and forces us to rethink our approach. How are you addressing mLearning? This collection of essays may make you think about mobile learning in a whole new way.

News   |   April 8, 2015
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by Jane Bozarth

It’s a mistake that happens all the time: We lose sight of the objective and add in interesting bits, extraneous fun. Or we spend time teaching the wrong skill. Here are a couple of cautionary tales about the need to be careful when you define your outcomes.

Column   |   April 7, 2015
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