70-20-10 was built upon a theory back in the eighties. Many people believe it still applies to online learning. I’m not one of them.
A round-up of the past two months regarding e-learning, LMSs, authoring tools and more. DevLearn Due a recent rib injury,
E-learning offers many things to many different people. But there are some people out there who need it the most, but cannot get it – for a multitude of reasons. I believe we need to do something about that. All of us.
My top six e-learning tools. Plus a brief commentary on the outdated 70-20-10 approach and informal-formal.
Readers asked, I responded. The latest reader Q&A on anything and everything e-learning.
Gain insight into the latest technology either in place now are heading our way. Some of it is ideal for e-learning now, others for learning and yes, even a few for maybe.
Shhh. it is a secret. Not anymore.. Not anymore. Expands on my talk from Australia on LMS secrets.
Human Resources is great for many things at any company, but the notion that HR can easily slide into e-learning and/or be the voice when it comes to selecting a LMS just isn’t the case. Rather it could become a disaster, unless steps are taken.
Creating an e-learning strategy up front will save you a lot of time down the road. Yet, many people jump right into the middle of it without figuring it out beforehand. The result? Mixed.
The latest feature from E-Learning 24/7 provides insight into what is happening with some LMS vendors along with mini takes (reviews) on lesser known systems (coming in May).