Many organizations have a concentration of jobs requiring a broad base of connections to people and information; the people in these jobs probably used traditional learning to help them attain key roles. An overlooked key to their success and growth is a type of learning in which they may not have even known they were engaged. Here’s how Domino’s Pizza put PKM into practice.
Studies have shown that interactive video increases attention, engagement, recall, satisfaction, and time spent watching a video. Most interactive video has a marketing aim, but some pioneers are beginning to use it for learning. This article explains the concepts, gives an overview of the techniques, and provides some ideas for getting started.
by Donna Wells
Recent news about facial recognition and tracking technology, and its potential use in adaptive eLearning, has intrigued some people and alarmed others. What exactly does this technology offer instructional designers, what are the benefits for learners, and what are the privacy concerns? This capability will begin showing up soon in authoring tools. Here is an overview from an early adopter.
A key aspect of the early intervention effort is identifying students at highest risk of dropping out and providing them with timely remedial teaching. For this, we need an early warning system to identify low performers in the class—and provide more focused attention—while still managing a large distributed class. Here’s how to do this using learning analytics in Adobe Presenter 9.
As mobile device usage soars, organizations are changing their questions about mLearning from “Should we?” to “How should we?” In 158 Tips on mLearning: From Planning to Implementation, an eBook available for free from The eLearning Guild, 23 of today’s leading mobile learning experts share their thoughts and strategies to help guide your mLearning initiatives.
Traditional learning management systems (LMSs) have not been useful in managing learning that happens during workplace activity, such as coaching and work assignments. The Experience API (also called “Tin Can” or “xAPI”) integrates learning and working. This final part of Steve’s series on LMSs explores the relationship between the LMS and the xAPI, and explains how the xAPI works.