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Immersive Learning Seeks a Foothold

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Low- to medium-income Americans are learning how to use credit cards responsibly from a new interactive video game created for a Boston-based not-for-profit organization called Doorway to Dreams (D2D Fund). Players of "Celebrity Calamity" earn kudos for timely payments,... More »

The Silver Lining of 2009

Paula Ketter

While most of us would like to see 2009 and the economic recession leave and never return, there is no denying that this year was a monumental year in workplace learning for technology, informal learning, and employee performance. More »

Twitter: Inside the Enterprise, Up the Next Hill

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Marcia Conner

Forming a committee to develop a social media strategy didn't seem right to Greg Matthews, director of consumer innovation at Humana. He saw advantages in encouraging the company's 28,500 employees to begin to incorporate new practices, and wanted to demonstrate an alte... More »

Letting Go

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Pat Galagan

Web 2.0 and social networking tools are playing a growing role in informal learning inside organizations. But there's an odd catch. They work best when employees trust the tools and use them, which is closely related to how much control employees are given and how littl... More »

Social Networking’s Net Worth

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Despite the explosive growth of sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, many companies have put their guards up instead of their firewalls down when it comes to employees' usage of social networking sites. And many workers agree with them, at least in theory. Seve... More »

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