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Call for Entries: 2007 ASTD Awards

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2007 ASTD Awards: Deadline September 20, 2007 Be part of the 2007 ASTD Awards. Apply for these ASTD honors: Awards for Organizations Excellence in Practice - Practices and interventions that get results. ROI Impact Study Award - Case study that demonstrates return-on-in... More »

The Role of Avatars in E-Learning: An Interview with Timothy A. Freriks

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Drawing from his several decades of experience, e-learning expert Timothy Freriks examines the critical issues involved in understanding the role of avatars in e-learning and their growing capabilities. In this interview, Freriks shares his views on e-learning and avata... More »

Walk this Way: Healthcare Leads the Way in Mobile Learning

In the healthcare industry, mobile computing has a long history, a large number of users, and mobile devices are often integrated with both the education and the daily workflow of healthcare professionals.  It is the one place where mobile learning can be researche... More »

Game-Based Learning Attracts Corporate Trainers

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Problem: Gaming technologies are capturing the imagination of training managers just as they always have the "Nintendo generation" now entering the workforce. But how does one determine if game-based learning is appropriate for their organization, and whether it's worth... More »

The Advantage of Interactivity

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They say that content is king. But in the world of e-learning, it takes more than content to make a good training program. You must first have a way to get learners engaged and then keep them engaged. In other words, you need interactivity. Unfortunately, interactivity ... More »