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How Can Virtual Leaders Be Effective?

In response to an increasingly global marketplace, over half of organizational leaders are now called upon to collaborate with and oversee virtual teams—groups of remote […]

How Certificates Impact Online Training

Online training provides companies with the opportunity to easily offer certificates to trainees. Today, I wanted to take a look at 2 key components that […]

3 Tips for Choosing the Right Remote Employee

Having a team of employees punching in and out at your place of business each day comes with its inherent advantages. You get to physically […]

One simple tool bridges gap between SharePoint, SCORM compliance and increased LMS functionality.

Elearning has grown by leaps and bounds and shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, analysts have estimated that is has grown by 21 […]

Why is #EdTech Trending With Non-Trainers?

My morning ritual begins with a review of articles, blog posts, and social media so I can personally keep up with new technologies and emerging […]

Mind Maps, Mental Geography, and a New Compass

‘Electronic grains of sand (bits of information) slowly eroding the stone pillars of traditional hierarchy’ @jonhusband dixit on #wirearchy — Luis Suarez (@elsua) March 3, […]

Online Shopping Skeptics: 3 Ways to Protect Yourself

It seems as though you can’t go a full 24 hours without hearing about some sort of online data security breach on the news these […]

The Next OzLearn Tweet Chat is on 10/3/15

On Tuesday 10th March at 8:00pm AEDST (UTC +11hrs), @OzLearn is having its next monthly twitter chat. This month, the conversation will be based on David D’Souza’s (@dds180) […]

Growth in online courses shows need for universities to incorporate new technology in their teaching models

by Universities expert Chris Martin of Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind, said that the figures showed that online learning was “definitely part […]

Why You Now Need a Team to Create and Deliver Learning

By Mary Grush, Campus Technology “Higher education institutions that intentionally move towards using a team-based approach to creating and delivering the majority of their education […]

Instructor Engagement with E-Texts

by Serdar Abaci, Anastasia Morrone, and Alan Dennis, EDUCAUSE Review This case study of Indiana University’s e-text initiative reports on the participation levels and motivations […]

3 reasons online learning institutions fail

by Steve Perry, eCampus News This year (2015), working adult students, in particular, are turning to the Internet in pursuit of more cost-effective classes, certification […]