The Pros And Cons Of Pursuing A BSN Program Online

Pursuing a career while balancing other responsibilities such as a job, or a family poses quite difficult. The flexibility that online courses offer is a tremendous help in instances like these. While online courses may not suit everyone's individual needs, it certainly works for many. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

2018 Workplace Learning Report

LinkedIn hat 4.000 Experten seines weltweit 500 Millionen Mitglieder starken Netzwerks zum Thema Workplace Learning befragt. Aus den Rückmeldungen haben sie fünf Trends entwickelt:

„1. The workforce agrees, training for soft skills is the #1 priority“ (denn „robots don’t have soft skills“)
„2. Savvy talent developers are balancing today’s challenges with tomorrow’s opportunities“
„3. The rise of digital is transforming talent development“
„4. The #1 challenge for talent development is getting employees to make time for learning“
„5. Manager involvement is a critical ingredient to increase employee engagement with learning“

Die Studie bietet eine Reihe weiterer Details, Zahlen und Schaubilder, denn es gibt eigene Kapitel für die Perspektiven der Talent Development Professionals, People Managers, Executives und Employees. Talent Development Professionals, deren Aufgabengebiet am intensivsten durchleuchtet wird, werden zum Beispiel an die „Top 3 online learning industry trends“ erinnert: „Microlearning“ (49 Prozent), „Just in Time Learning“ (46 Prozent) und „Employee Experience with Engaging content“ (46 Prozent).

Liest man nur die Trends, so wird man sich schnell an ähnliche Aufstellungen aus den letzten Jahren erinnern. Die meisten Punkte sind Dauerbrenner. Es ist mehr der Kontext, der sich verändert. So zum Beispiel die Fragezeichen, die mit dem Einfluss von Automatisierung und Künstlicher Intelligenz auf die Arbeitswelt einhergehen und die dem Thema Soft Skills eine neue Wertigkeit geben. Und dass es jetzt „LinkedIn Learning with Lynda.com content“ im Impressum heißt.
LinkedIn Learning, 27. Februar 2018

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How To Cut High Dropout Rates Of Online Courses

More students are signing up for online classes, but more are also dropping out. Why the high dropout rates of online courses? A major reason is that students are not prepared for the class' time, academic, and technology requirements. Here are practical ways teachers and institutions can reset student expectations. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

4 Essential Steps For Developing A Great eLearning Simulation

If you want to ensure that your learner successfully transfers theory to practice, an eLearning simulation could be the answer. To develop a relevant, engaging, and worthwhile online experience for your learners, follow these 4 steps.

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8 Ways To Simplify Your Online Teaching Approach

One of the biggest challenges of online teaching is the feeling of being overwhelmed. Your students feel it. And so do many online teachers! But when you simplify your systems and processes, you reduce student confusion, increase overall clarity, and make your online teaching more effective.

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10 Top eLearning Resources That Help You Learn Anything Today

Technology has changed the way we used to do many things, and learning is one of them. You no longer have to attend classes because you can learn without leaving the comforts of your room. This article highlights 10 online learning resources that can help you learn anything from anywhere at anytime.

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Traditional Learning Vs. Online Learning

The article talks about the differences between classroom/traditional learning vs. online learning. Even today there is a vast number of people who are hesitant to try out unconventional learning methods. In this article, we try to investigate the differences between the two.

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5 Tips To Master The Art Of eLearning According To Personality Type

Educators realize there is a close relationship between a learner’s personality type and their learning style. The learner’s personality is what determines the methods he or she controls his or her feelings and emotions in the process of learning. Here is how to use the 4 learner personality types according to Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and master the art of eLearning.

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