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iSpring has released its latest authoring tool, which meets the highest expectations of eLearning developers and subject-matter experts in today’s mobile-focused learning environment.

News   |   October 21, 2013
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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.

Feature   |   October 21, 2013
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by Pooja Jaisingh

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.

Tip   |   October 17, 2013
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DevLearn grows by 25 percent to become the e-Learning industry’s leading annual event.

News   |   October 15, 2013
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Makers of Lectora offer a new, easy-to-use, quick-deploying LMS. See it at DevLearn on October 23.

News   |   October 15, 2013
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by Steve Foreman

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.

Feature   |   October 14, 2013
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by Patti Shank

When The eLearning Guild asked practitioners about the authoring tools they use for asynchronous eLearning development, we learned which tools they use most, which they deem most important, and which are most likely to be their next purchase. Whatever your role in eLearning, you will want to read this summary!

Research   |   October 10, 2013
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by David Kelly

Since it was introduced last year, Articulate Storyline has become one of the most popular eLearning rapid- development tools on the market. The learning curve for Storyline is less steep than for some tools, but there’s still plenty to learn. Stephanie Harnett’s new book intends to fill that gap. Here’s an expert’s review of this new guide.

Review   |   October 9, 2013
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by Joe Ganci

In August, Joe discussed browser compatibility with HTML5 and identified the most commonly used development tools you can use to publish eLearning lessons to HTML5. This month completes the review with a list of more tools that publish to HTML5, and others that are very useful in the eLearning development process.

Review   |   September 24, 2013
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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.

Feature   |   September 16, 2013
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