The learning and development field is changing dramatically. There are new expectations about how we do our work and the contributions we make. Informal learning, social learning, narrating our work, and learning in the flow of work don’t necessarily need L&D support to flourish. Here are some guides for updating how we scaffold learning by using learning environments.
Can we really have avant-garde video in eLearning? If by avant-garde you mean innovative, you bet we can … and with good reason—to challenge and to engage learners. Here’s a quick look at making video that is outside the box, yet achieves the goal of supporting learning.
There is considerable controversy over MOOCs, and their value is still a matter for debate. However, there are examples of MOOCs that work. The question is, why? Another question is, how? The engineering education team at Google has found strategies for creating MOOCs that appear to be effective, and in this article you will find some of their “lessons learned.”
by Jason Haag
Augmented reality (AR) provides a view of the real world, with enhancement from computer- generated input: sound, graphics, text, video, and GPS data. This article expands on a session from DevLearn 2013 and provides examples of how AR delivered on mobile devices is already providing support for learning and performance in real-life situations.
by News Editor
getAbstract provides executives worldwide with the best in business knowledge. The subscription service now offers summaries of TED Talks; each summary incorporates hyperlinks to the exact section of the video where the speaker discusses the linked information.