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The Manifesto

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We believe that learning technology offers the possibility for creating uniquely valuable learning experiences. We also believe, with a sense of sadness and profound frustration, that most elearnin...
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20 Incredible Mobile Learning Quotes - e-Learning Industry

20 Incredible Mobile Learning Quotes - e-Learning Industry | eTraining: Designing Training That Works | Scoop.it
Today, we set out on a quick journey to revisit our most precious resources on mobile learning. Here are a few of the most important thoughts we were able to recall from our interviews (Crystal Balling Series) and our blog ...
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Free Webinar: Designing for Mobile Learning: A Crash Course

Free Webinar: Designing for Mobile Learning: A Crash Course | eTraining: Designing Training That Works | Scoop.it
In this free webinar, Designing for Mobile Learning: A Crash Course, you will experiment with online tools that can help you practice better mLearning design. Join Sarah Gilbert on April 23 at 10:00 AM PT.
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Marc My Words: eLearning Myths, Part 2 by Marc J. Rosenberg : Learning Solutions Magazine

Marc My Words: eLearning Myths, Part 2 by Marc J. Rosenberg : Learning Solutions Magazine | eTraining: Designing Training That Works | Scoop.it

Great article!

Expert:

"Myth #11: Everyone understands what eLearning is.

This is perhaps the biggest myth of all. Increasingly, eLearning escapes a simple definition. Some equate eLearning with eTraining.  Peter Senge, author of The Fifth Discipline and one of the coiners of the term “learning organization,” once noted, “The confusion between training and learning is fatal.”

ELearning includes eTraining, but is, in reality, a much bigger concept, taking into consideration a host of non-training strategies, such as informal learning, performance support, access to information (rather than access to instruction), online mentoring and coaching, collaboration and communities of practice, social media, and more. Truth is, we are always learning, but we are clearly not always being trained – either in class or online. It’s no wonder our definitions and perceptions of eLearning are constantly changing and debated. Perhaps the term “eLearning” just doesn’t fit anymore and is starting to outlive its usefulness. What do you think?"


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