Zoom, but for X: How startups are building for our new video normal [Carson]

Zoom, but for X: How startups are building for our new video normal  — from protocol.com by Biz Carson Meet the startups building the next […]

Constructive feedback and criticism

Do you want some constructive feedback? Er, ... no thanks. Why not? Well it's not feedback, and I'm not sure what you mean by constructive. […]

How to create Google Meet breakout rooms for differentiated learning

This post is written by Esther Park. Esther is a high school English as a New Language teacher in Northern Virginia. You can connect with […]

COVID-19 Presents a Need and Opportunity for L&D to “Step Up Their Game” — Talking with Dr. Stella Lee

I recently caught an article out friend Dr. Stella Lee wrote about how the COVID-19 pandemic presented a need and opportunity for learning and development […]

The Pivot From ‘Learning’ To ‘Performance’ with Guy Wallace

At the beginning of 2020, David James spoke with Guy Wallace, a pioneer of performance-focused L&D, on The Learning & […] The post The Pivot […]

Teaching Online - Getting Started and What You'll Need To Think About

The current situation has hastened the uptake of online learning (and everything else!), so ready or not, educators have been thrown into teaching online. Here’s […]

5 Tips on Staying Motivated While Working From HOME (WFH)

With businesses entering the reopening phase, many employees and teams are working remotely from their homes. Generally your workload will keep you stimulated, but there […]

DC: You want to talk about learning ecosystems?!!? Check out the scopes included in this landscape from HolonIQ!

Also see: From DSC: If this isn’t mind-blowing, I don’t know what is! Some serious morphing lies ahead of us!

[K12] Best Practices for Teaching Online [Laurel Springs School]

[K12] Best Practices for Teaching Online — from Laurel Springs School; with thanks to The Journal for their article on this entitled, “While Schools Go […]

Beyond Buzzwords: Brand New Insights on Modern Learning

At SAP Litmos, thinking “beyond buzzwords” has been a favorite subject of ours for awhile now. It’s our way of reminding ourselves and our community […]

ELEARNING DEVELOPMENT: The Levels of eLearning

I'm seeing a lack of clarity when it comes to developing eLearning content and how long it takes to create the eLearning courses. To help […]

Top Ten Tips to Write Multiple Choice Questions

Multiple Choice Questions or MCQs are a popular form of assessment method that can be used for formative and summative assessments. They are an effective […]

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