Auf Schritt und Tritt unauffällig begleitet – Künstliche Intelligenz in der Erwachsenenbildung

Das Thema Künstliche Intelligenz (KI) bleibt uns auch 2020 erhalten. Doch wie steht es heute eigentlich um KI in der Erwachsenenbildung? Um unsere Fantasie anzuregen, entwirft Peter Brandt ein kleines Szenario: „Stellen wir uns einen Menschen namens Roland im Jahr 2025 vor, der eine Weiterbildungsveranstaltung zum Thema Erste Hilfe besuchen möchte. …“

Anschließend weist er darauf hin, dass das Thema eine weitere Perspektive besitzt, nämlich KI als Gegenstand der Erwachsenenbildung. Und hier sind ErwachsenenbilderInnen aus seiner Sicht prädestiniert, die entsprechenden KI-Kompetenzen zu vermitteln. Vorausgesetzt, sie nehmen diese Rolle aktiv an.  

Der Beitrag von Peter Brandt gehört übrigens zum Themenspecial „Zeitgemäße Bildung: Wie gehen wir mit Künstlicher Intelligenz um?“, organisiert von EPALE Deutschland und der Agentur für Erwachsenen- und Weiterbildung (AEWB).
Peter Brandt, EPALE – E-Plattform für Erwachsenenbildung in Europa, 28. Januar 2020

Bildquelle: geralt (pixabay)

HTML Certificate of Completion

After watching Mr. Paul Wilson’s video about setting up an HTML certificate of completion, I was able to set up my own certificate. However, I have encountered one issue. Following the knowledge check, it seems the captivate file will proceed to the certificate of completion regardless of whether the student passed the knowledge check or not. Can anyone offer any advice as to how to keep a failing grade from proceeding on to the pass.html file? Thank you.

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6 Tell-Tale Signs That Your Leadership Development Program Needs Improvement

Online training design is always a work in progress. Your online training course must adapt to the evolving needs of your organization. However, some flaws require immediate attention. This article features 6 tell-tale signs that your leadership development program needs some work.

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Issues with Shared Action

Hi Community,

I’m hoping that I can get help with an issue that I’m experiencing.  I’ve tried to resolve on my own, but I’m at a lost.

I have a Game board and question slides that performs as follows:

  1. On success of answering the question correctly…
    1. Executes conditional action that checks if variable C100-BTN is zero.  I initialize it with 0 when creating the variable.
    2. PERFORM….
      1. Assigns 1 to variable C100-BTN – indicating that the question was attempted.
      2. Returns the learner back to the game board using Jump to action
      3. Disables the C100-BTN category question preventing the learner from navigating to the questions a second time.

Using a separate Shared Action

  1. On failure – when the question is answered incorrectly.
    1. Returns the learner back to the game board
    2. Disables the category question button that was pressed to the answered question

Yes, basically the same action, but setup as two different shared actions.

I repeatedly get the error: “The share action specified for Action After Last Attempt is invalid.  Your changes cannot be saved.  

See screenshot below.  Greatly appreciate any help you provide.

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How creating a “buzz” can lead to a learning culture

Although learning has always been important to organisations, the urgency which businesses now feel to maximise the value of their learning strategies has never been more intense. At Learning Technologies 2020, Hemsley Fraser will be talking to visitors about the role creating a “buzz” plays in helping to build a learning culture.

How creating a “buzz” can lead to a learning culture

Although learning has always been important to organisations, the urgency which businesses now feel to maximise the value of their learning strategies has never been more intense. At Learning Technologies 2020, Hemsley Fraser will be talking to visitors about the role creating a “buzz” plays in helping to build a learning culture.