A fallacy. That is what completion equates to success is, when it comes to online learning. Completion will not validate whether your learner truly synthesized the information. Only that they were assigned to do so.
The trend nobody wants to say out loud is happening in the learning system space. People who do not have a background in L&D, Training, even e-learning (tied around either) are not only overseeing your system, they could be overseeing your e-learning. It will have an impact on our workforce, customers, members – around learning online.
Too many people are pushing the SBL model as the best mode to use for knowledge sharing and skill building. What they should be focusing on though are COPs. They will meet and exceed those positive results.
The future of work. Remote workforce. Upskillsing. It applies to only one part of your workforce, white-collar. It’s time to change that,
Expect to see these features and approaches in 2021, due to the new business enviornment for online learning.
Online learning is a very effective means for acquiring knowledge and learning. So why are so many schools awful at it?
Looking back at the state of the e-learning industry in 2018 and where we are today in 2019.
Developing an online learning content strategy will pay dividends in the short and long term for your learners. And you.
I’ve been bamboozled in the past. Tricked into thinking it is this, when it is that. It happened with a
How many of us have read it, seen it or heard it in the media? College is too expensive, students