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by Julie Dirksen

How does gender bias affect women in the eLearning professions, and what can we do about it? This is the first in a series of articles by and about women and their experiences in our field that will explore these questions. We hope that readers will participate in the conversation.

Spotlight   |   January 22, 2015
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by News Editor

The eLearning Guild expands its member resources with the launch of the DemoFest Archive, making one of the Guild’s most popular conference features available year-round.

News   |   January 8, 2015
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by Bill Brandon

While there are perennial topics that readers of Learning Solutions Magazine are always interested in (authoring tools, video, LMS, etc.), it is the list of most-read articles that tells us where the practice is heading. The top 10 most-read articles of 2014 provide some interesting insights.

Spotlight   |   January 7, 2015
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by Jane Bozarth

Here’s a review of the themes that stand out in Jane’s columns from 2014, to provide a launch pad for your work in 2015.

Column   |   January 6, 2015
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by Andrew Hughes

While successful project management is often not easy, it is simple; this article summarizes the key guidelines. The half- dozen tips suggested in this article cover most of what you must do.

Tip   |   December 3, 2014
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by News Editor

The role of the instructional designer has come a long way from its roots in World War II. The eLearning Guild’s new research report, Today’s Instructional Designer: Competencies and Careers, examines where this important role is now and where it’s headed.

News   |   December 3, 2014
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by Jane Bozarth

At DevLearn 2010, John Seely Brown urged each of us to “expand your surface area”—in other words, to stretch our personal bubble of experience and ideas to other domains, beyond immediate work interests. Here are some suggestions that might prove useful in helping you push past the boundaries of your daily line of sight.

Column   |   December 2, 2014
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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.

Feature   |   November 3, 2014
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by Nic Laycock

Vincent Van Gogh had no artistic education and suffered from depression and poverty all his life, yet created his own path of learning and improvement. What lessons did he leave for us? Ger Driesen has a few answers to that question.

News   |   October 30, 2014
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by News Editor

Xyleme, a leader in single-source content management for learning, is presenting three learning sessions during DevLearn 2014. Session attendees will learn more about moving to a performance-based strategy for managing learning content, best practices in single-sourcing learning content, and how Caterpillar and Xyleme partnered to provide multi-device access to global learners.

News   |   October 29, 2014
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