AI Chatbots In eLearning: Trends Embracing Across Digital Landscape

Intelligently-designed chatbots are becoming an essential part of digital life for most of the Learning and Development organizations. The new-age customers are exposed to smart chatbots and other intelligent systems on their personalized mobile devices including tablets and smartphones.

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Tired Of Waiting For The Future Of Learning? Click NOW, And Nobody Gets Hurt!

While everyone is excited about the future of learning, many of us in the field want to do something here and now. Instead of waiting for the Next button to show up, we need a Now button! This article offers 5 actionable insights to click here and now!

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Are We Really Ready For Disruption In Learning? 

The notion of 'disruption' featured heavily at the Learning Technologies conference 2018 in London. Yet the exhibition felt as safe as ever. If 'disruption' is what will create the biggest leaps in learning, are we really ready to embrace this and where will it come from?

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2018 Instructional Design Trends And Learning Trends: The Journey Of Learning

Which Instructional Design trends and learning trends will you be hearing about in 2018? As organizations embrace learning as a journey rather than a singular activity, the focus will be on tools and techniques that offer personalization, meet learners where they are, and increase engagement.

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4 Tips For Letting The User Control Learning In 2018

In 2018, learning experiences will need to evolve to keep pace with the way learners consume content. The trend to build core learning experiences that are engaging and both easy to transfer and transmit will only continue to accelerate in 2018.

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3 Things The Best Leaders In Learning Will Do In 2018

It’s a new year, which means it’s time to take stock, consider what worked well last year and what didn’t, and plan for 2018. To help you pave the way for a successful year ahead, here’s a list of the 3 things the best industry leaders will be focused on for more effective eLearning in 2018.

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