Everyone knows most learning happens beyond the classroom walls and outside learning management systems. But new research shows just how much — and the data are startling. In the past year, learning technology company Degreed conducted two separate surveys that show workers spend four to five times more time on self-directed learning than on internal or external learning offerings (Editor’s note: The author works for Degreed). They invest more than 14 hours a month, on average, learning on their own but just two to three . . .
Getting ready for a virtual event Kassy LaBorie and Tom Stone offer some important tips to help you ldquomaster the tech so you can ignore the techrdquo and focus on your eventrsquos ultimate purpose such as sharing information teaching new skills and so forth
Being in touch with trends is crucial for anyone responsible for managing and delivering E-Learning and training within their organisation. So we’ve prepared for you our predicted 10 key E-Learning trends and foresights to watch out for in 2016.
Taking advice from the Beatles, the various components of the learning and development community have been working to “come together.” In August 2014, Skillsoft Corp. announced plans to purchase SumTotal Systems Inc.
Despite the increasing use of technology to deliver training, there’s still a high use of traditional classroom-based training across organizations, according to ATD's 2015 State of the Industry report.
Engagement in live online events looks essentially the same no matter what the context: meeting webinar or training event Facilitators need to think of these virtual events in the same way as any other in-person training event Here are some general types of activities that promote engagement
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