by Bill Brandon
Some learning initiatives, whether eLearning, classroom, or blended, raise huge red flags for decision-makers because of expense, visibility, or strategic nature. Examples include programs dealing with leadership, onboarding or new hire, and sales, among others. In this video interview, Jeff Berk outlines best practices that apply in these cases.
by Rick Wilson
Content strategy means taking responsibility for the information in the organization – not control of it. It means dealing with difficult changes and challenges in the midst of growing content chaos. Content strategy is simply getting a grip on understanding what content is, where it is, and how to use it. It’s a Business 101 issue – contributing to business results. Here’s how.
by News Editor
Global Giveback 2012, the fourth annual eLearning competition led by LINGOs in partnership with The eLearning Guild, will match volunteers from the learning community with NGOs (non-governmental organizations) to develop courses that help improve the work performance of staff working around the globe.
by Mark Lassoff
by Mary Arnold
In online communities, members can produce tremendous amounts of content. In closely moderated communities, members submit more work, and get more feedback than members of communities with no active moderator. Here’s an exploration of what the most effective moderators do that makes a big difference.
by Patti Shank
Getting content from your subject matter experts (SMEs) can be a bit of a nightmare. This situation is a common one and it’s a problem that does have a solution, although not a solution that is used as often as it could be. Here’s Part One of a short series on dealing with reluctant SMEs.
by News Editor
The eLearning Guild, OpenSesame, and humanitarian consortium LINGOs (Learning In Non- Governmental Organizations) have announced the finalists in the Third Annual eLearning Global Giveback Competition. The groups will announce the winner during a reception March 22, 2012 at the Learning Solutions Conference and Expo in Orlando, Florida.