Companies such as McKinsey, Johnson & Johnson, InterSystems and medical device manufacturer Ethicon are using edX to educate employees, customers, partners, and prospects, as well as in their recruiting.
APOLLO BUYS APOLLO Apollo Education Group, the owner and operator of the University of Phoenix, has announced that it has signed an agreement to be acquired a group of investors including The Vistria Group, funds affiliated with Apollo Global Management and Najafi Companies. Apollo Education and Apo
Just like any technology, SCORM has evolved through the years. There are currently four different implementable versions of SCORM. SCORM 2004 has several different editions, and the latest version/next generation of SCORM is the Tin Can API (aka Experience API or xAPI.) Furthermore, SCORM isn’t the only e-learning standard out there. Other standards like AICC …
A university study comparing learning management systems has concluded that the latest crop of learning management systems evaluated have made "significant progress" since the assessments started in 2005. However, one of the report's authors noted, "We believe much more needs to be done."
By Phil HillMore Posts (388) This week Jim Julius asked on Twitter if anyone had data on average length of time US higher ed institutions have had their current LMS. @PhilOnEdTech Do you know of any stats on avg length … Continue reading →
Technology has affected learning professionals for many decades. In the early days, we had slide projectors so we built plastic foils to draw and explain ideas. Then came PCs, and we built slide presentations with graphics and charts for learning. With the CD-ROM, we built interactive graphics, full-motion video and gamified learning. After the Internet came along, we had Adobe Flash, a tool to build animations, simulations and even more interesting interactivities. The learning management industry, which is more than $3 billion in size — . . .
The NCES Fast Facts Tool provides quick answers to many education questions (National Center for Education Statistics). Get answers on Early Childhood Education, Elementary and Secondary Education and Higher Education here.
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