Speaking. The Final Frontier of E-learning. These are the voyages of me. My five year (okay, as many years) mission
If you haven’t heard, Microsoft has jumped into the fray of screen recording, capturing, analytics and quizzes for those folks who want to create content for online learning. Best of all, its free.
The latest quarterly news for E-Learning.
The World of Learning Conference has unlimited potential, all in a positive way. They pull in a lot of decision makers, but e-learning vendors are staying away. A major mistake on their part.
As many of you are aware the e-learning world is well known for its jargon. In turn it is this
Features that go beyond the standards are on the rise, but there are features that have fallen, and that is the real shame, because it implies that not everything is possible, which is something you never say in education.
As e-learning grows so come new challenges and issues to resolve. The latest to show up? Lack of e-learning knowledge and expertise. For those that offer it, they tend to hide in the shadows.
Despite some major hiccups, the ASTD 2014 International Conference and Exposition was exhausting and intriguing. E-Learning offerings were up and it appeared attendance was too. I strongly recommend having a booth at the event next year, if you are an e-learning vendor.
The ASTD2014 show is just around the corner. With over 400 vendor booths out there, it is hard to find out whom to see and check out. Hence my guide. Doesn’t list everyone, but for a quick burst, check these vendors out.
People love to tell you how their free open source system which they build is better than a commercial one. However, they often fail to mention that they have the internal resources to do it OR that if you do not have those resources, building it will end up costing you more (in many cases) than going commercial.