Weighing The Benefits Of Print Learning Against eLearning

There are still naysayers perpetuating a “digital divide” of sorts between eLearning and print learning, especially in higher education. Is this digital divide justified? Is it possible that there is still merit in print learning over eLearning, and other digital solutions to pedagogy?

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Wearable Technology In eLearning: 3 Wearables That Have The Most Potential

There used to be a time when technology and the classroom simply didn’t mix. Nowadays, not only are we seeing technology in the classroom, but entire modules have begun to rely on it.

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Gamification In Education: From Education To Recruitment

School is one of those non-game arenas where both eLearning and gamification have collided in serendipitous matrimony, finding a foothold not only in primary, secondary, and university schools, but also in graduate programs recruitment and even job market recruitment.

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Navigating The Differences Between eLearning And Traditional Classroom Training

Designing an eLearning course to directly mirror the instructor-led classroom approach is a recipe for disaster. So, what are the differences between eLearning and traditional classroom training?

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eLearning, Employee Engagement, And Artificial Intelligence

New developments in eLearning and Artificial Intelligence have proven that interesting outcomes rise from their intersection. The power of predictive analytics in combination with dynamic training has unearthed quite a few interesting findings, and even proven to enhance employee engagement.

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Here To Stay: How Disruption Will Drive Career-Long eLearning

Education is ripe for disruption, and that there is a desperate need to bridge the education path for primary and secondary school graduates with the ever-elusive career gap. Career-long eLearning will be essential in creating the agile and adaptable work-force of tomorrow.

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