Peer-to-peer explanations, regular review, & interleaving can boost retention. [edutopia]

Humans are hardwired to forget. But research shows that strategies like peer-to-peer explanations, regular review, and interleaving can boost retention. pic.twitter.com/0IVVz2M3FJ — edutopia (@edutopia) December […]

Can space activate learning? UC Irvine seeks to find out with $67M teaching facility — from edsurge.com by Sydney Johnson

Can space activate learning? UC Irvine seeks to find out with $67M teaching facility  — from edsurge.com by Sydney Johnson Excerpt: When class isn’t in […]

Forecast 5.0 – The Future of Learning: Navigating the Future of Learning [Prince, Swanson, & King]

Forecast 5.0 – The Future of Learning: Navigating the Future of Learning  — from knowledgeworks.org by Katherine Prince, Jason Swanson, and Katie King Discover how […]

Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | December 7, 2018

“Without deviation from the norm, progress is not possible.” ― Frank Zappa We’re entering the time of year when many of us take a pause […]

This type of functionality from Chegg will likely be a piece of a next gen learning platform

The information below is from Heather Campbell at Chegg (emphasis DSC)   Chegg Math Solver is an AI-driven tool to help the student understand math. […]

Making the most of Lynda.com

I’ve been using the institutional partnership Coventry University has with Linkedin/Lynda.com and have been taking a few short, video-heavy courses to further my understanding in […]

Alexa, get me the articles (voice interfaces in academia) [Dagan]

Alexa, get me the articles (voice interfaces in academia) — from blog.libux.co by Kelly Dagan Excerpt: Credit to Jill O’Neill, who has written an engaging […]

3 Tips For Learning Online

A few weeks ago I was contacted to give some tips for learning online. I was fortunate enough to have three of those tips included […]

Training Culture vs Learning Culture – A Mind Shift

There are some common terminology issues in training and staff development departments in many organizations. Some of these terminology issues give birth to larger problems and […]

Transitioning Responsibility to Managers, T&D Becomes a Curation Resource

Without managers being fully invested in training, there is no chance it will have an effect on people. Just as with everything else in an […]

Who Is The Real Project Stakeholder?

When you start a new project, are you asking the following questions: Who is the real project stakeholder? Who holds the biggest stake in your project? […]

Case Study: Rolling Out a Revamped New Hire Program into Financial Centers

How do you take an existing 18-week mortgage loan officer curriculum and revamp it to create an innovative new hire program for financial centers that’s streamlined, […]

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