We often focus only on the positive trends. Not anymore. Here are the negative ones, which if we do it right, can stop them from continuing down their path (and not in a good way for consumers).
Nine is a magical number. Nine of the latest LMS trends in the market. Along the way, I’ll toss in a few travel trends that I am seeing to and guess what? No need to pay that service fee.
Read the latest trends including ILT folks finally admitting that online is the way to go (albeit grudgingly), a new sub-genre has arrived and a trend that is coming into focus.
There are numerous trends that are appearing in the marketplace, especially over the past two quarters.
With the advancements in technology in the cloud, more and more people are starting to use products that at one time, were only available on their computer. Yet, when it comes to e-learning, the majority of vendors are missing the wave.
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.
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.
My five e-learning trends I see for 2011.
The top ten trends in LMS/LCMS space. Topics are Extended Enterprise, Social Learning, Mobile Learning, APIs and Widgets, Global Markets, Europe and U.K., Asia, End user front-end UI, Wizards, Graphs & Administration side and Talent & Performance Management solutions.