Learning Technology – How Much Is Too Much?

Learning—does it depend on how much people learn? Or, how much technical prowess we showcase in facilitating learning? Should we use technology to support our strategies? Or, put the whole burden of the learning process on the apparently nascent technology's shoulders? Let's discuss here... This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Effective Use Of Collaboration And Social Learning At Workplace To Improve Learning And Performance

Collaboration is the key to being a successful learning organization. Social learning in the workplace plays a big part in a collaborative learning environment. In this article, I will share my thoughts on how collaborative tools can help employees learn better and improve their work performance. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

5 Questions To Find The Perfect Collaborative Authoring Tool

Who doesn’t want to save time at work? The use of a collaborative authoring tool can be a real game-changer for eLearning providers. To find a truly powerful solution that streamlines your eLearning production, don’t go shopping around unless you’re armed with these 5 vital questions. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Virtual Communities Of Practice: 9 Tips To Engage Participants

Do you want to create a community of practice online? Have you tried using a webinar format but people aren’t talking? Learn how to engage participants in virtual communities of practice when everyone is in different locations and cannot see one another (which can be quite challenging). This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Collaborative Culture: How To Effectively Work Together

Getting your staff more comfortable with the emerging digital landscape is good. Helping them acquire new reflexes by teaching them about new practices is better. How can you help them work together? How can you develop a collaborative culture to accelerate this transformation? By implementing a truly collaborative, scalable and cross-functional culture. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Why Social Constructivism Is What Lone eLearners Need

This article explores how social interaction needn't be restricted to multi-user online learning environments. Through creative Instructional Design and character-driven narrative, social constructivism can also effectively enhance the lone eLearner experience. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.