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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 »

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 »

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 »

Culturally Accessible E-Learning: An Overdue Global Business Imperative

Andrea Edmundson

Companies readily embrace e-learning to train globalized workforces, but fail to recognize the impact of cultural differences on the programs success. Leaving out cultural analysis or failing to recognize cultural differences can endanger the success of globalization ef... More »

Virtual World, Real Learning

Its coming, but will the virtual environment be the best place for learning? Are some things just better in person? Ask the avatar next to you. A research team at North Carolina State University led by Mitzi M. Montoya has developed a new way of measuring how real onlin... More »