Informal learning takes place outside planned learning events or programmes – at home, at work, anywhere the learner happens to be. Some of the learning typically be referred to as informal includes acquisition of speech, cultural norms and manners.
Carl Weiss has written an interesting piece outlining four trends which he feels are not delivering on LMS. They are: Gamification points Mobile with Tablets — Your friend shouldn’t be the browser Video and video courses – You say Video, I say ambiguous Storage 1, You the Customer O – You say Storage – I say Ripoff It will be interesting to look back in a year’s time to see… Read More »Four LMS Trends whose hype isn’t meeting reality
The iSpring Suite is a feature-rich set of products at a very good price. While not meant to have all the power of products like Adobe Captivate or the upcoming Articulate Storyline, in its class among other PowerPoint-based tools, it shines.
Corporate expansion coupled with the need for more immediate and detailed financial monitoring from headquarters meant that managers around the globe had to deal with and understand company-specific financial information and terminology.
Education experts agree that interactivity is key to successful e-Learning. But interactivity is such a broad term. So many things can be construed as “interactive”, yet each method has a different degree of effectiveness. At the ASTD TechKnowledge 2013 conference in San Jose, attendees were asked, “What kind of interactivity is key to make eLearning stick?” Here’s a compilation of their great advice.