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by Henry Smith, Carey Borkoski, Beth Kobett

Technology changes job assessment and online teaching and learning practices in higher education (and other organizations as well). This includes the empowerment of new groups of stakeholders, including students, leading in some institutions to political pressure to implement new assessments to improve teaching and learning. Here is how these forces are playing out at one university.

Spotlight   |   May 18, 2016
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by JD Dillon

Does everyone in your organization value learning as much as you do? If they don’t, what can you do to help others see the value of workplace learning? And just as important, how can you understand the day-to-day lives of the people you support and provide resources that fit? Here are five tips to balance learning strategy and business context.

Column   |   May 17, 2016
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by Joe Ganci

In March of this year, Joe got you started on the process to identify the learning tool(s) that best match your instructional design needs. This month, he completes the process with a list of the exact questions you need to ask tool vendors!

Review   |   April 26, 2016
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by JD Dillon

JD Dillon is our newest columnist at Learning Solutions Magazine! Many readers already know JD from his presentations at conferences and from his blog, and we hope that many more will benefit from his insights here. This month, an introduction.

Column   |   April 19, 2016
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by Chad Udell

We are now starting to see the rise of the term “enterprise mobility” to describe the trend of working outside an office environment while using mobile devices and cloud services to carry out business tasks. This trend is accelerating and will overtake most large enterprises in the next five years. Will you be ready for the impact of this change? Look to the TAO.

Feature   |   April 4, 2016
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by Bill Brandon

The natures of work and of the workplace are evolving rapidly in response to some very specific forces. This brief article looks at one possible outcome of this evolution, presents some key concepts about three types of learning, and suggests a challenge this presents to us as learning practitioners.

Spotlight   |   March 31, 2016
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by Bill Brandon

Learning to Succeed explores the relationship between corporate strategy, operational planning, and human capital development. It is a high-level guide to gaining business advantage through corporate learning and development, and it demonstrates how to maximize continuous returns on investment.

Review   |   March 30, 2016
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by Joe Ganci

It’s a question that Joe gets asked all the time at conferences, in classes that he teaches, maybe even by strangers on the street: What is the best eLearning tool? You probably know the answer, but Joe has some questions for you that will help you make your decision.

Review   |   March 29, 2016
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by Sharon Vipond

With publication of the 2016 US eLearning Salary & Compensation Report, the gender pay gap continues to be a highly controversial topic, as it was for last year’s report. In this follow-up to our 2016 salary report, we focus on additional information regarding the US gender pay gap.

Spotlight   |   March 29, 2016
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by Bill Brandon

Hundreds of eLearning professionals attended the Learning Solutions Conference & Expo and Ecosystem this year in Orlando, Florida. Find out what the conference offered, and why people attend every year as a “can’t miss” event!

Spotlight   |   March 24, 2016
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