by Joe Ganci
Among the ways to improve the effectiveness of the learning and performance ecosystem in an organization is to make good use of social media to support collaboration, and after instruction is complete, add support for learners until such time as they become proficient. More software is coming to support these approaches. Here is a review of one that works well.
With advances in technology, personalized learning is coming into its own after years of discussion and false starts. In particular, viral-implementation techniques and value-chain analysis can greatly assist adoption of personalization by providing what amounts to scaffolding and by reducing resistance to change from employees and management alike. Here are some ideas you will find useful!
Many organizations have made significant investments in SharePoint for its content management capabilities. Yet SharePoint is underutilized by the majority of these organizations as a learning management system, an application in which it offers significant benefits. This article gives a snapshot of these for your consideration.
by Joe Ganci
In many cases, eLearning consists more of passive reading and watching than it does activity. And research suggests that passive approaches are not effective. What is effective? Well, scenarios and simulations are, and they need not be difficult to create. This month’s review looks at SimWriter, one of the few tools that can help in this regard.
by News Editor
Next-generation learning agency Brightwave has released a significant update to its total learning system tessello. Harnessing xAPI technology, tessello’s latest release includes new features such as structured learning pathways and event- booking modules, making the system one of the first on the market to combine formal learning with social, coaching, and collaborative tools.
by Bill Brandon
What were we concerned about in 2005? It was a different world in many ways. Mobile learning was a topic, but the devices were nowhere near the equal of what we have now. Social media was only a faint dream. Technology, and our skill in using it, was just crossing the threshold of today’s reality. Here’s a look back, and a look forward.