Put Learning in the Employee's Hands by Seniye Groff

Imagine a world where your employees know exactly what they are good at, what they need to work on, and what tools to explore on […]

Indusgeeks Announces Version 2.0 of Award-Winning INIT Platform by News Editor

Indusgeeks has announced version 2.0 of its INIT platform (Interactive, Narrative Immersive Training), with enhanced capabilities for game-based, mixed reality–based, and virtual reality–based training. The […]

L&D Digital Transformation Begins with Rethinking the LMS by JD Dillon

While the LMS was one of the few tools available for L&D to deliver training in the past, the way we do our work has […]

Research Spotlight: Enhanced Realities for Learning: What You Need to Know by Sharon Vipond

Virtual, augmented, and mixed reality applications are poised to explode into the consumer market. That explosion will bring with it the mainstreaming of this technology […]

Digital Credentials Offer a Tool to Assess Rapidly Changing Skills by Pamela S. Hogle

Digital credentials are a response to a need for ways to assess and measure rapidly changing skills among employees or applicants.

Metafocus: Is Virtual Reality Safe for Kids? by Matt Sparks

At the South by Southwest (SXSW) and SXSWedu conferences in March, several speakers and panelists brought up the safety of virtual reality for children. Evidently, […]

Go Virtual Classroom? Go Mobile? Why Not Do Both! by Pamela S. Hogle

Virtual classroom platform vendors are amping up their offerings as learners and instructors alike shift to mobile devices. “We’ve built our virtual learning apps to […]

Demystifying the Connections Between the LMS, LRS, and xAPI by Brian Carlson, Margaret Roth and Michael Hruska

If you’ve attended a learning conference recently, you’ve heard the buzz around learning record stores (LRSs) and the Experience API (xAPI). With so much attention […]

Comcast Uses Mobile to Deepen Learning and Verify Skills by Pamela S. Hogle

Designs that take eLearning into the field have really worked for Comcast, where new sales hires and engineers use their tablets to reflect on learning, […]

Making eLearning Video in a Department of One by Stephen Haskin

Sometimes we get to produce eLearning with a team, and sometimes we are a video department of one. Doing all the work of video creation—being […]

LRS Conformance: A Call to Action for Industry and Academia by Nick Washburn

Today, most business enterprise functions quantify their very existence with data. Compared to them, the training function is in the Stone Age. On April 12, […]

DemoFest Winner Deploys “Project Popsicle” to Boost Vitamin Angels by Pamela S. Hogle

When BYOD means bring your OLD device, TorranceLearning turns to USB sticks to deliver xAPI-powered, multilingual eLearning to remote parts of Africa and Asia.