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.
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Leading elearning company, Learning Pool is delighted to announce the immediate appointment of learning leader and #WomenInLearning co-founder, Sharon Claffey Kaliouby as VP, North America.
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.
Kaplan Real Estate Education today announced a partnership with Dale Carnegie Training, an industry leader in professional training and development solutions, to offer a behavioral training certificate for real estate professionals.
Blue Sky eLearn announced has acquired learning development and strategy company, IMPART! and will now be offering learning strategy, design and development services in house, in conjunction with their Path LMS™, webinar and live streaming services.
We remember experiences associated with strong emotions better and with more clarity than non-emotional ones. Therefore, the deliberate fostering of an emotional bond or connection in training would make it easier for learners to recall the information.
Now that the rush of the holidays is over and we’re fully back into the swing of things at work, let’s take a moment to reflect on 2019 and plan a new year in training. We asked learning leaders to share their thoughts at the start of 2020.
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.
Today’s instructional designers must learn how to navigate the rise of the hyperactive e-learner, namely, the employees who power-click through content for completion, not retention.
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.