Editor’s note: As L&D goes digital, would it be good to know if elearning is any more effective than classroom delivery? And if so, what makes it more effective? This research report answers these questions.
Editor’s note: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/your-elearning-broken-mark-berthelemy/
This is a fitting piece to share at a time when organisations are rushing to turn learning content and events into digital formats. Mark Berthelemy provides a great example of the need to create accessible resources versus great elearning courses.
Editor’s note: The team at HT2 Labs have produced a useful glossary of terms for elearning. Now you have no more excuses for not knowing the difference between SAM, MVP and LRS.
This report amalgamates findings from various research reports to paint a picture of the elearning market. You will need to give quite a lot of information before you can download it!
Editor’s note: I’m a big believer in looking backwards and sideways to move forwards. This archive of research from learning analyst Fosway Group shows how much, or little, has changed in learning in the last 20 years.
Here are our edited Twitter highlights from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on the click next…
Editor’s note: A simple, powerful point from Dan Roddy about thinking differently as an L&D professional.
LearnPatch is interviewing some of the speakers at the forthcoming World of Learning Conference and…
Editor’s note: A provocative list from Bill Brandon – from big data to understanding learning as an ecosystem, this is a useful list against which to measure your activities.
Elearning is no longer about courses, according the Serious Elearning Manifesto published by a group…
Editor’s note: This is why L&D professionals should blog. A great discussion here amongst Clive Shepherd, Nick Shackleton-Jones and others on formal/informal, online and elearning.
Editor’s note: Mining the collective wisdom of 70 delegates at Online Educa Berlin, this list makes for compelling reading if you are interested in how to make elearning work.
Editor’s note: A short, and clear, explanation of why virtual classrooms can be effective for learning. Thanks to @lightbulbjo for sharing.
Editor’s note: Jane Hart has written a chapter of this useful looking book, produced by the Elearning Network’s Rob Hubbard.
Editor’s note: Toyota aims to reduce training times for technical teams by a year by adopting a new elearning programme.