November 22, 2011
The workforces appeal for m-learning has surged from ardent
interest to a resounding demand within three years. And learners,
not the learning department, are driving this demand.
According to Bersin & Associates March 2011 report, m-Learning:
July 16, 2011
ASTD Staff, ASTD Staff
Mobile computing is here. What does it mean for learning
professionals? How will it affect instructional design? What
influence, if any, will device manufacturers, platform providers,
and software developers have on mobile learning's future? "Mobile
Learning: Learning i...
April 26, 2010
Although they are the kind of expenditures that give CFOs the
shivers, telepresence systems are becoming a growing option for
many organizations. From a learning department's point of view,
these systems could offer obvious opportunities for cost saving
through reduced ...
March 27, 2010
You Are Not a Gadget: A Manifesto Jaron Lanier Knopf In an online interview (of course) author Jaron Lanier noted: "On
one level, the Internet has become anti-intellectual because Web
2.0 collectivism has killed the individual voice. It is
increasingly disheartening to ...
October 27, 2009
Jay Cross is a champion of informal learning (and author of the
definitive book on the topic), Web 2.0, and systems thinking.
According to his website, www.jaycross.com: "His calling is to help
business people improve their performance on the job and
satisfaction in lif...
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