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by Apostolos Koutropoulos

Educators have a number of concerns about what it takes to make a MOOC successful. This, the second of two articles, addresses assessment and credentialing, copyright, and some key MOOC principles that will be useful to practitioners in any organizational context.

Feature   |   July 22, 2013
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by News Editor

An independent survey reveals that over half of global HR leaders feel overwhelmed by organizational complexity. Executives say they are not fully confident in dealing with increasing decision-making complexities, compliance, and legislation, and with the emergence of new technologies. The effects are important for professionals in eLearning and talent management to understand.

News   |   July 18, 2013
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by Conrad Gottfredson

How can your organization improve quality, increase efficiency, consistently achieve goals, and find out the strategic value of those accomplishments? Effective evaluation is the key. Here are some important ideas on an approach that makes evaluation more feasible and enables it to produce quality, efficiency, results, and value!

Tip   |   July 17, 2013
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by Karl Kapp

In spite of a robust store-level safety and loss prevention awareness program, employees were not retaining or operationalizing the learning. With over 19,000 employees undergoing the training, it was becoming important for Pep Boys to find a way to make the learning stick over a longer period. The answer may surprise you: games. Read about how they did it.

Research   |   July 16, 2013
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by Apostolos Koutropoulos

MOOCs have attracted considerable attention in the last two years. There is much confusion about the MOOC formats (there are two at present), the technology, and what it takes to make a MOOC successful. This, the first of two articles, addresses these issues in a way that will inform readers in higher education as well as those in other organizational contexts.

Feature   |   July 15, 2013
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by News Editor

Web-based software eases creation and management of credentials displayed as digital open badges.

News   |   July 11, 2013
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by Marc Rosenberg

Performance support—simple tools that guide and support people as they carry out tasks—is an effective, low-cost complement to instruction. Here are five quick points that you can use as the basis for your “elevator speech” that explains the concept to your colleagues and stakeholders, and three valuable resources that will help you implement the concept.

Column   |   July 9, 2013
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by Stephen Haskin

Video is a great resource for delivering content for learning, but it requires a lot of storage, and producing video that doesn’t have huge bandwidth requirements is another challenge. The combinations of ways to render video can be daunting. This article covers what you need to know about video compression, whether you are already using video or are just getting started!

Feature   |   July 8, 2013
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by Nic Laycock

Change has not only brought us new technologies, it is also making possible new ways of supporting learning. In this interview with Steve Wheeler, you will hear his thoughts on aligning “the reality that our future visions are rapidly becoming our present” with new approaches to learning strategies.

News   |   July 3, 2013
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by Jennifer Neibert

Recognizing a shortfall of talent with robust HTML5 skills, Boston-based staffing firm Aquent created a massive open online course (MOOC) that attracted 10,000 participants last summer. Aquent has placed almost 200 of those individuals in new positions so far, and they’re building more MOOCs to better connect marketing and creative talent with employers.

Feature   |   July 1, 2013
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