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FocusOn Learning 2017: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Make Presentations Educational

It’s a rainy, cool day in Madison, and I find myself wishing I were back in sunny San Diego. I was there last week for […]

3 Topics for Medical Society Execs to Watch

The medical society and association landscape is ever-changing. We turn to the American Association of Medical Society Executives to learn from leaders in this space […]

Storify: Story Writing for the Social Media Era

My favorite aspect of working as an instructional designer is the creative work. I love writing branching scenarios, preparing presentations for conferences and webinars, and […]

Issue #175

This Week’s Best eLearning News and Articles (Issue 175) Outsourcing Online Training: How To Select The Right Partner And De-risk Your Initiative Although outsourcing of […]

Issue #176

This Week’s Best eLearning News and Articles (Issue 176) Using Your LMS To Put The Right People In The Right Roles Bad role placement can […]

Issue #177

This Week’s Best eLearning News and Articles (Issue 177) Attention And The 8-Second Attention Span There is a popular belief that the human attention span […]

Issue #178

This Week’s Best eLearning News and Articles (Issue 178) 5 Easy Steps To Get A Learning Management System Quote Tailored To Your Needs In Less […]

A badge will give a faculty member a boost

by Matt Zalaznick, University Business Badges have not just motivated students to take a deeper look at the skills they’ve earned. Several institutions also issue […]

The top 5 disruptive technologies in higher ed

by LEIGH M. AND THOMAS GOLDRICK, Campus Technology It’s up to IT leaders within colleges and universities to explore the pros and cons of integrating […]

The 5 boldest university models in 2017

by LAURA ASCIONE, eCampus News A new guide for trustees and academic leaders profiles successful efforts to increase affordability and high-quality education. Bold thinking and […]

The Internet of Things Connectivity Binge: What Are the Implications?

BY LEE RAINIE AND JANNA ANDERSON, Pew Research Center In 1999, 18 years ago, when just 4% of the world’s population was online, Kevin Ashton […]

Facebook, an Online Learning Platform?

By Carl Straumsheim, Inside Higher Ed New Facebook features intended for developers could, if expanded, turn the social networking site into an online learning platform. […]