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A New Era for Accessibility

An impressive wave of computer-based technologies will soon help millions of people with disabilities communicate, learn and become more productive workers. Learning professionals are invited to catch this global tide. Blind and visually impaired individuals can now lis... More »

Would You Like To Play A Game?

Julie Dirksen

When adding gaming elements to e-learning, there's this odd notion that after you include a wacky 'dinging' sound and a few zany graphics, suddenly you'll have Sexual Harassment Jeopardy: instructional, hilarious, and meaningful. It's just not that simple. (And really, ... More »

Learning 2.0 and Workplace Communities

When discussing the future of learning, there are many advocates and descriptors, but far too few concrete definitions. To one expert, the future of learning is a kind of workplace community; for another, its a new application of social media to an existing business pro... More »

Time to Develop One Hour of Training

Karl M. Kapp

Here are the results from a survey of industry peers to provide insight into how long it takes to develop one hour of instruction for various delivery methods and factors that impact development. A comparison of findings from 2003 with new data and best practices for re... More »

It’s [Not] the Technology, Stupid

Nanette Miner

While new technologies in your blended learning approach can be a great asset, it pays to be mindful of common pitfalls. If your organization is already using classroom, synchronous, and asynchronous content to some degree, it might seem a snap to implement a blended le... More »

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