by David Kelly
In today’s fast-moving world, if you’re not moving forward, you’re falling behind. This is especially true in the learning profession right now. The eLearning Guild’s DevLearn Conference & Expo 2013 is the best way to follow the changing tides of our industry and to take control of your growth to keep your skills current.
Is your existing LMS becoming an L-M-MESS? When you installed your LMS, you expected it might grow and change—and you were right. Only now it may have turned into a beast, with everything from outdated courses to spam-like email notifications. Sound familiar? If so, you will want to read this installment in Steve’s series!
Are you an instructional designer looking for ways to infuse your work with a fresh approach? If so, the Guild Academy’s upcoming AGILE Instructional Design course may be a good option. Taught by an industry thought leader and master instructor, Conrad Gottfredson, the course employs the innovative GEAR methodology so you can apply your learning almost immediately.
In presenting and discussing the idea of performance support to decision-makers, it is important to clearly communicate what performance support is, the different types of vehicles for delivering it, and the capability and capacity of each of those vehicles to deliver business value. This article will help you get started in your own understanding of these matters.
by Frank Nguyen
Timing is important. Even a brilliant idea, if launched at the wrong time, can take years to gain adoption and bear fruit. So it was with performance support. But now research is showing that the time is right, and here is a preview of some findings that the author will present at Performance Support Symposium 2013 (September 9 – 10 in Boston).
What does successful LMS implementation require? These projects can involve significant investments of time, money, and planning, and there is a proven process for success. This article completes the steps in the process that many organizations have followed for successful implementation efforts.
What does successful LMS implementation require? These projects can involve significant investments of time, money, and planning. In this series, you will find a complete outline of the steps in the process that many organizations have followed for successful implementation efforts.
Educators have a number of concerns about what it takes to make a MOOC successful. This, the second of two articles, addresses assessment and credentialing, copyright, and some key MOOC principles that will be useful to practitioners in any organizational context.
MOOCs have attracted considerable attention in the last two years. There is much confusion about the MOOC formats (there are two at present), the technology, and what it takes to make a MOOC successful. This, the first of two articles, addresses these issues in a way that will inform readers in higher education as well as those in other organizational contexts.