Editor’s note: Presentation from Elearnity founder David Wilson which he gave at last week’s HR Tech Conference. Good insights into the challenge of integration and how organisations can move on from their ‘patchwork’ of best of breed systems.
Editor’s note: Unesco has been developing a range of papers on mobile learning this year. Although focused on ICT in education there are some excellent resources here, including the working paper series.
High impact learning organisations produce great learning content, are able to measure its impact and…
Editor’s note: The top 20 most popular LMS software solutionsbeing used by academic institutions and companies to manage, track, and deliver courses and training programs.
Editor’s note: Analyst Josh Bersin takes a look at the talent management software market, which he says is worth $4bn and is growing at 15% a year.
Soft skills development is the top priority for organisational learning in the coming year, according…
Editor’s note: When process gets in the way of teamwork and collaboration – interesting research insights into what hampers collaboration.
Editor’s note: You probably did know this but worth a reminder as barriers to learning exist in all their many forms in the wider context of the learner. Stress is just one factor.
Editor’s note: Although US focussed, this infographic tells an interesting story of the benefits to workers – and the world – of working from home.
Editor’s note: Two recent studies show the scale of planned spending by enterprises on unified communications – voice and vieoconferencing technology, in particular. A more mobile workforce is a big driver.
Research highlights necessity of simulation training for improved operative performance and increased patient safety
Editor’s note: Been hearing more and more people talking about how simulations will increasingly be used in learning. This research suggests it has a significant role to play in helping to develop doctors’ skills.
Editor’s note: Useful and interesting insights into Twitter users based on a study of 36 million users.
Editor’s note: Researchers are exploring how specific online communication attitudes – such as individuals’ tendency for online self-disclosure, online social connection, and online anxiety – predicted their compulsive and excessive Internet use. Does excessive participation in social networks foster compulsive and excessive Internet use?
Editor’s note: Some interesting insights and analysis into how social tools could be better used in corporates based on Jane Hart’s latest list of the top 100 tools for learning.
Editor’s note: two studies show how iPads can be used outside of their immediate use as a tool for knowledge workers. Interesting applications that show the potential for tablets as a learning tool.