eLearning Trends

6 Types of Employee Training That Can Be Done Using eLearning

Employee training has become an integral part of corporate organizations in the modern age, and effective employee training is the mark of a successful organization. […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 6/17/19

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: how artificial intelligence may transform our daily lives a working-out-loud example of building a quick reference […]

#GuildChat for 6/21/19: Persevering in Challenging Times at Work

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, June 21st at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic for this week’s chat is on Persevering in Challenging Times […]

The Elaboration Likelihood Method for instructional design

The digital revolution has brought with it a wide array of tools and apps for instructional designers to employ in order to make learning interventions […]

Meet the OEB2019 Speakers: Laura Czerniewicz

OEB plenary keynote Laura Czerniewicz is the Director of the Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching (CILT), at the University of Cape Town in […]

The Changed and Changing Role of L&D Functions

From intervention delivery to performance support and growth enablement Changing times require an adaptive way of enabling people to perform. Unfortunately today’s way of developing […]

To Improve Education – Focus on Pedagogy Not Technology

It’s an exciting time for technology in education. Global tech companies such as Google, Amazon and Microsoft are promoting adaptive teaching systems to give each […]

The Usefulness of “Useless Knowledge”

In 1939, Alexander Flexner wrote an article in Harper’s magazine entitled The usefulness of useless knowledge. Flexner is a famous education reformer and founder and […]

The Virtual Classroom Journey

Carin de Weme, Senior Global L&D adviser at AkzoNobel, describes in this article how she introduced and improved virtual classrooms at AkzoNobel and why virtual […]

More than Human: John Searle, Transhumanism and the Blended Approach

What a piece of work is a man! How noble in reason, how infinite in faculty! In form and moving how express and admirable! In […]

Blockchain: The Move from Freedom to the Rigid, Dominant System in Learning

In this post Inge de Waard gives an overview of current Blockchain options from industry and looks at its impact on universities as well as […]

Are We so Busy in Today’s Workplace that Learning is Losing Out?

Have we become so busy that there is always something that takes priority over our own development? Last year, when I was doing interviews with […]

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