Artificial Intelligence in Schools

Most of us probably don’t realize we use AI every day. From simple tasks like taking a picture, parking our car, asking our phones what […]

The Future Is Coming Faster Than You Think

I’ve been talking to school districts around the country for the past two years about how quickly “the future” is coming at us. And my […]

3 eLearning Trends to Look for in 2019

  I read a lot of “what’s coming in (insert year)” articles. I do feel like there are some trends that are featured every year. […]

Artificial intelligence and its application to learning

Although artificial intelligence as an independent field of study is relatively new, it has some roots in the distant past. In fact, we could say […]

The uses of artificial intelligence in learning technologies — where do we go from here?

There’s been a colossal amount of development in AI research. Last week my colleague Jay wrote about the origins of artificial intelligence (AI) and its […]

You can’t automate blood, sweat and tears (versions 1, 2 and 3)

Thesis v1: Bespoke elearning will never be produced by robots. Artificial intelligence is simply not going to replace the blood, sweat and tears of instructional […]

Long road to ruin

I’ve borrowed the title for this post from Messers Grohl, Mendel, Smear, Hawkins and Shiflett … more commonly known as Foo Fighters. Why? Well, over […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 12/17/18

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: Lessons from one of the first open world games Design lessons from the new Spider-Man movie […]

Rearview Mirror

By David Wentworth, Principal Learning Analyst, Brandon Hall Group We perceive time subjectively. This year simultaneously crept along at a snail’s pace and flew by. […]

Jumping on the AI-in-eLearning Bandwagon: Don’t Wait Any Longer

What is your company’s approach to new technologies like AI (artificial intelligence)? There are those that want to be on the leading edge, which is […]

10 digital disruption survival challenges

  Get your Digital Disruption Survival Kit Build a learning strategy to defeat the skills gap. I will survive Guide Sources Deloitte Forbes Fosway Open […]

RPP #171: Virtually Inspired - Interview with Marci Powell

Interview with Marci Powell, Project Director of Virtually Inspired powered by Drexel University Online, and Chair Emerita and Past President of the US Distance Learning Association. We […]

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