Virtual, augmented, and mixed reality applications are poised to explode into the consumer market. That explosion will bring with it the mainstreaming of this technology that transforms how we look at content, opening new opportunities not only for how we entertain ourselves but also for how we connect, share, and learn. Are you ready? Let’s find out.
In October 2013, The eLearning Guild published a comprehensive research report on asynchronous authoring tools. Now we present our 2017 report, which provides major updates on the impact of technologies not widely used back in 2013, as well as functional requirements for authoring tool selection and additional features essential in today’s asynchronous authoring environment.
For more than a decade, the Guild’s salary and compensation reports have been recognized as the industry’s most trusted source of data on eLearning professionals’ salary and compensation. In this article, we take a deeper look at an important topic included in the just-published 2017 report: the relationship between salary, academic degrees, and professional certifications.
The eLearning Guild’s latest white paper delivers the most recent research on women in eLearning and provides a framework for launching additional Guild-sponsored conversations on this topic during 2017. It also provides a snapshot of 2017 salary survey data that helps us better understand what we know about women in the field, and an updated assessment of “where we are now.”
The eLearning Guild’s newest white paper provides timely information and guidance that supports and extends the ongoing goals of the September 2016 Data & Analytics Summit. This article reviews some of the basic concepts and practical advice presented in the white paper.
The Guild has published a number of useful articles and papers that describe the “bring your own device” (BYOD) trend. The purpose of our newest white paper—Understanding BYOD: A Guide to Concepts and Issues for Learning Practitioners—is to build on those resources, and provide learning leaders and practitioners an updated guide to understanding current BYOD concepts and issues.