Online training is well established. Whether it’s a how-to video, open and free courses, or closed and paid courses, many people are regularly learning online. One of the most underappreciated aspects of the future of online training is accessibility.
Udemy, the largest global marketplace for learning and teaching online, announced the appointment of Prasad Gune as Senior Vice President of Product and the appointment of Lydia Ventura Paterson to its Board of Directors.
Coursera announced appointments to support Coursera for Business: Zac Rule, Vice President North America, Enterprise, and JP Moran, Global Head of Channels and Emerging Business. Leah Belsky will continue to lead as Chief Enterprise Officer.
Edtech firm MindEdge Learning today announced a partnership with Mansueto Ventures, the media company that publishes leading business titles Fast Company and Inc. Magazine, to provide readers trusted, high-quality and accessible online learning tools.
Frontline workers not only represent the company to its clients and customers, but they are also responsible for building a lasting relationship with them. Despite their importance, organizations tend to overlook them when it comes to training.
What does this change mean for you? Your e-learning courses developed using Flash or containing Flash elements will no longer play or open in browsers, unless you convert them to HTML5. Here are 10 tips to help you prepare for this transition.
We know well how e-learning keeps the workforce educated by providing just-in-time skills training and knowledge. Did you know that it can also keep employees safe? With e-learning you can safely immerse learners in stimulating environments.
New Level Partners, LLC (NLP) announces the launch of new educational technology – ‘My Agency Campus’ – for distribution of on-demand Online Learning Curriculums.
Do you need a different, impactful way to deliver learning? Are some of your modules content-heavy? The solution may be motion comics, which enable you to deploy e-learning in a fun, new way.
Coursera, the world’s leading online learning platform, today announced several new customers as part of its fast-growing enterprise business. In 2019, large organizations initiated or continued partnerships with Coursera for Business.