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by Fil Arenas, Andrew Stricker

Developing a high degree of problem-solving skill is an important function of military training from the recruit level onward. The US Air Force Squadron Officer College engages students in collaborative, context-based problem-solving challenges in a virtual-world environment. This summary will be useful to any organization wishing to improve complex interpersonal skills in its leadership team.

Feature   |   June 17, 2013
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by Sharon Bevers

Things don’t always work out the way the instructional designer expects. There may be organizational dysfunction that the needs assessment did not discover. Unanticipated constraints appear. Here’s the story of what happened on one project, and how the designer built a blended, technology-enabled solution that brought results far beyond what the sponsors expected.

Feature   |   June 10, 2013
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by Steve Foreman

If an organization is to evaluate learning management system (LMS) products and vendors effectively, what should it do? A new research report from The eLearning Guild, Evaluating and Selecting a Learning Management System, reveals what organizations that have already been through the process do. Read here the five steps that are proven to lead to the best decisions.

Feature   |   June 5, 2013
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by Bill Brandon

Widespread media attention is raising expectations for the use of mobile technology in learning and performance support. The next steps are to consider the strategies and the specifics of application that will benefit your organization and to make practical plans. The eLearning Guild’s mLearnCon Conference & Expo 2013 will help you as you chart your course—here’s how!

Feature   |   May 20, 2013
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by John Sadowski

Are we using rapid development tools in a way that makes our eLearning more effective?

Feature   |   May 13, 2013
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by Inge de Waard

Mobile technology for healthcare delivery and support—mHealth—is growing rapidly, and mLearning is an important part of it. In fact, this area offers great opportunity for those who can create mHealth applications, including training, education, and performance support for healthcare providers and their clients. Here is an overview of this increasingly important field.

Feature   |   May 6, 2013
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by Diane Senffner

Whether we’re teaching students, corporate staff, volunteers, customers, or clients, we all face common problems in the design of eLearning. It’s amazing how something as simple as a story can make a breakthrough difference in the credibility and relevance of learning content. Here’s a personal success story, and the secret behind it.

Feature   |   April 29, 2013
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by Conrad Gottfredson

Targeted performance support enables effective performance in the workplace. It helps people do what the organization needs them to do to continuously accomplish strategic objectives. Here’s a look at a system that provides this kind of support and significant benefits. The results can be transformational!

Feature   |   April 22, 2013
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by Bill Rosenthal

Windows 8 is making slow but sure progress into the enterprise and personal computing space. Windows 8 has a steep learning curve, and “quick-and-dirty” approaches to training will not succeed. Here is some information you will want to consider as you make your contingency plans for the day when your organization decides to adopt Windows 8.

Feature   |   April 15, 2013
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by Steven Loomis

Do you long to have an eLearning Dream Team for your development projects? Because of the mix of skills and experience available to you, this may be a tall order to fill, so what can you do? The ideal and the real are often far apart, but here is an analysis to help you use the staff talent you have.

Feature   |   April 8, 2013
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