The e-learning world as a whole is turning into faux perception, with the assumption that what we are seeing is actually the case. It isn’t.
With the continued advanced of technology, three new trends will play a huge role in e-learning in 2013. These trends are tied to Augmented Reality, tablets and Digital textbooks. But there are two areas I am worried about – that may impact us – social learning and 3D.
E-Learning vendors, specifically content authoring tools and LMSs have failed to listen to end users when it comes time for emerging technology and its incorporation within their products. A survey conducted by E-Learning 24/7, is speaking loud and clear, so will e-learning vendors finally listen?
Several trends are emerging in the early part of 2011. While these trends vary – with most being positive, there is a trend that is negative from the consumer’s perspective. These trends cover the entire e-learning landscape.
Technological advancements such as the Kinect device, touch free gesturing will enable the next evolution of mobile learning to happen. But it won’t be happening with smart phones. It will be with tablets.
Five early indicators in the e-learning industry. For those who thought the LMS market is near death, frankly it isn’t. And for those who thought smartphones would reign supreme for mobile learning, sorry its tablet time.
There are many traps out there in the e-learning marketplace, nowhere more often seen then in the LMS market. Five traps are listed with identifying markers and how to avoid them. Plus, the new E-Learning 24/7 Blog Linkedin Group – an extension of E-Learning 24/7.
What is going on down there in the LMS market? Mobile learning? Crossing into Talent Management? Acquisition? Tablet confusion? Browser Agnostic? Something is definitely going on down there..
Augmented Reality has the power to change m-learning as we know it. With information overlays, graphics, audio, live communication all being seen in real time on your smartphone, the learning sky has never looked brighter.
GeoLearning GeoMaestro is a good LMS with lots of great features with ease of use being a key. The solution takes learning to the next level, but its choice to have a minimal social learning platform is baffling.