Members of the learning and development profession who are not assessment specialists need assessment writing tools and resources to support them with guidance in this increasingly important skill area. Providing practical tools, templates, professional perspectives, and resources for creating today’s learning assessments is the goal of The eLearning Guild’s latest eBook.
Learning management systems are ubiquitous today in higher education. They are integral to the experiences of students and faculty alike, and to the communication and management plans of academic institutions. But what is in store for academic LMSs in coming years? This article summarizes the results of The eLearning Guild’s latest study on the academic LMS.
by Carol Leaman
Is gamification hype, or does it drive engagement? Both sides of the debate about whether gamification works have made their claims without the benefit of much, if any, data. Well, here’s some data from almost 10 million gamified sessions that could settle the argument!
by Bill Brandon
Is dealing with informal learning like trying to catch lightning in a bottle? We know that informal learning is important to performance, but it’s a moving target and we don’t always understand it very well. Here are three articles, a research report, and an Online Forum that may help you to get a handle on workplace learning.
Are we adopting video too quickly? Streaming video is a provocative communication tool and among the most appreciated by students. But we lack key insights about what actually happens once the video is released, and we have filled many of those insight gaps with assumptions. Have we been wrong?
by Art Kohn
Today’s learners have little tolerance for two-day lecture courses (or two-hour lectures, for that matter). In reaction, many organizations are now wondering about micro-training: short bursts of training that fit into 10 minutes or less. Is this reaction justified by claims that goldfish now have longer attention spans than people?
For nearly a decade, The eLearning Guild’s Global eLearning Salary & Compensation Report has been the eLearning industry’s most trusted source of data on eLearning professionals’ salary and compensation. In July, we surveyed Guild members and asked them to tell us about the 2015 report and identify ways we can make the 2016 report even better. Here is an overview of results and key findings.
by Nic Laycock
There is firm evidence from the last three years that learning innovation, done well, is delivering real returns. L&D leaders around the world who have become more business savvy and have embraced alignment have reaped huge dividends for their work. Find out what the research says about the factors that make the difference!