The Goldilocks Syndrome: And Other Signs Your eLearning Content Might Have Gaps

We’ve all heard the story of Goldilocks before: Girl finds a house; girl tests out furniture; girl eats food; gets found by bears; gets scared and […]

Very interesting — Machine Learning as a Service!

From DSC: Hmmm…this is interesting! I ran into a company based out of Canada called Sightline Innovation — and they offer Machine Learning as a […]

Robots will take jobs, but not as fast as some fear, new report says [Lohr; nytimes.com]

Robots will take jobs, but not as fast as some fear, new report says — from nytimes.com by Steve Lohr   Excerpt: The robots are […]

5 Reasons Your Learning Should Reflect a University

Just when you thought your university days were long behind you, some organizations are learning that the co-ed life is the way to go for training […]

TEL Me About Workshops in Semester 2

We’ve got more TEL Me About Workshops scheduled for Semester 2 and are looking forward to sharing more TEL tools and approaches that can be […]

CES 2017: Key trends [Laughlin; J. Walter Thompson Intelligence]

CES 2017: Key trends — from jwtintelligence.com by Sheperd Laughlin   Excerpt: Fifty years since the inception of CES, “consumer electronics” doesn’t begin to describe […]

Outsourcing more work to the robots & to the software: What are the ramifications if the C-level suites continue on these pathways? [Christian]

From DSC: First, some items regarding the enormous emphasis being put towards the use of robotics and automation: $18.867 billion paid to acquire 50 robotics […]

“5 Online Education Trends to Watch in 2017” [Friedman] + “The Future of Online Learning Is Offline” [Ahearn]

5 Online Education Trends to Watch in 2017 — from usnews.com by Jordan Friedman Experts predict more online programs will offer alternative credentials and degrees […]

2017 E-Course Trends for the Entrepreneur

E-course trends for 2017 can be summed up into 3 words: Resources not courses. What does this mean? It means learners want information delivered in a […]

How to Use The Golden Rule for the Perfect Training Balance

If the golden rule is “do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” then why are so many learners forced to go […]

Learn with Lynda: Learning LinkedIn

We’re kicking off 2017’s Learn with Lynda posts with a collaborative post from the TEL Team and Employer Engagement and Student Opportunities Advisor, Suzanne Dickinson, […]

Put Your Learners in the Driver’s Seat with Learning 3.0 Strategies

Learning 3.0 breaks teacher-learner wall and makes learning a shared, social responsibility The eLearning community has talked about the emergence of Learning 3.0 for just […]

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