Making Learning Work : From Charles Jennings, the co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute, this article explains the need to shift from learn-then-work to learning from work. I think it is also important to provide on-demand learning resources that people can access easily and do check this out to understand better the myths around the 70:20:10 model. It’s not about the numbers, it is rather a mindset of how learning professionals could approach learning problems in the work context.
9 Top Features to Look for When Selecting an Animated eLearning Video Maker : This offers very good tips.
Water is fluid, soft, and yielding. But water will wear away rock, which is rigid and cannot yield. As a rule, whatever is fluid, soft, and yielding will overcome whatever is rigid and hard. This is another paradox: What is soft is strong. – Lao Tzu
In recent years, there has been a trend that shows preference for agility in the process of creating learning products and therefore the need to rethink ADDIE. In this article, I share why the agile approach is powerful for creating high quality learning experiences and how ADDIE can be used to facilitate agility.
How do You Define Advanced E-Learning? : Thoughts from Tom Kuhlmann, the host of the Rapid eLearning blog, on what advanced E-Learning means to him. I think it is important that we are clear about this when we use this term in our instructional design work.
Here are Your E-learning tips for 2017 : Another article from the rapid eLearning expert Tom Kuhlmann.
7 Technology Trends that Will Dominate 2017 : These include the Internet of things and smart home tech, augmented reality and virtual reality, machine learning, automation, humanized big data, physical-digital integrations, and everything on-demand.
Top 10 eLearning Trends to Watch in 2017 : These include contextualised learning, two-way conversations in eLearning, better use of data, video, microlearning, social eLearning, content curation, mobile learning, performance support, and the debate about what to call eLearning.