The exponential growth of content marketing has revealed an interesting skills gap that is hindering the efforts of companies to transform content marketing from a promising set of experiments into an agile, scalable, strategic function in the business.
As brands expand their use of content and rich media assets to deliver engaging experiences to their customers, they are using a whole new lexicon and set of skills. Teams responsible for content planning, production, and measurement must be able to work together, speak the same language, and be focused on a common set of tasks even when geographically dispersed.
Brands create content marketing teams from different sources — in-house, agencies, and freelancers. This structure creates the potential for a modern-day Tower of Babel – people try to communicate with one another, but each speaks a different language and they differ on what content marketing is....
Les Mooc (cours en ligne ouverts et massifs) sont à la mode dans les médias : peu coûteux, faciles à utiliser pour les salariés… Ils pourraient remplacer d'ici peu les formations traditionnelles en entreprise.
Most of us think about empathy as a “feeling” or an “emotion.” It is. To be empathetic is to be able to feel what the other person is feeling. But empathy is more than just a feeling. In order to be able to feel what another person is feeling, you need to be able to see the world as that other person sees it. This ability to take the perspective of another demands perception and imagination. Empathy thus reflects the integration of thinking and feeling.
Flipped learning is more than just having students do homework during the school day. It’s more than just putting the onus on students to teach themselves. In fact, it’s neither of those things. Don’t be fooled by simple explanations of flipped classrooms that simplify a highly complex undertaking.
L'investissement dans des programmes éducatifs concernant de jeunes enfants semble le plus efficace. par Sylvain Chabé-Ferret, Assistant Professor à la Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) et Chercheur à l'Inra.
Abstract Since 2011 gamification has been bound to definitions in attempts from scholars across many different disciplines. Research has revealed that this new word refers to processes that have been with us a long time. The birth of gamification drives us to re-think our relationship to playing games throughout history. A key issue is its perceived newness, which clouds visions for its effective use. With the discussion of gamification throughout history, I intend to show how ethical issues affect the potential for this phenomenon.
En septembre 2011, l'Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Université ouverte de Catalogne, Barcelone, Espagne) a organisé le premier séminaire international portant sur les classements de l'enseignement supérieur et le e-learning.
le deuxième critère de sélection d’un individu à l’embauche (après le diplôme et l’expérience) est sa capacité à apprendre tout au long de sa vie. Ainsi le désir, la capacité d’apprendre, ce que l’on nomme l’apprenance est en passe de devenir une compétence clé.
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