Too often training, L&D execs purchase content they think their employees want, not really what they are interested in.
Covers the approach, early trends and takeaways on research being conducted, related to whether there is gender equality at the exec level or not.
What if we did away with theory and instead embraced training – for education teachers and university professors? Giving them the skills they need in today’s world.
The way of the Grid (As it has been known is gone). Welcome to the T-Quad for learning systems, the next evolution the Grid.
Branding is one thing, but in the e-learning world, the perception of that brand, and type of product is creating confusion. It doesn’t have to be that way.
LXPs continue to confuse. The perceived learning experience is not exclusive only to them. Rather, it exists everywhere.
Reader e-mail bag. Topics include “Top three rankings”, “Under the Radar” and “Trade Show” and “Support”.
Presents an in-depth analysis of what an LXP is, what are the standards in an LXP and well, everything you need to know about an LXP.
Ponder the latest buzz words in learning systems, what are the hot features too.
A perspective of an analyst in the e-learning industry, presenting insight into their role within the market.