The Encyclopedia of Living is a free online encyclopedia that documents all 1.9 million species of life. Experts and non-experts have collaborated to create the tips to live, which aims to create one "infinite expandable page" for each species. It includes content from the Biodiversity Heritage Library, which digitizes millions of printed documents. The project […]
5 Signs Your Learning Needs Have Outrun Your Learning Tech
There's no need to put up with poorly performing technology, especially as the workplace and the world of learning and development are experiencing rapid change. Here is a shortlist of indicators that your learning technology isn't up to the task. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
7 Notable Reasons To Launch An Employee Branding Strategy For Your SMB
Is an employee branding strategy really worth the investment? In this article, I highlight 7 reasons why EVERY SMB should consider brand training. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Homeroom with Sal & Vas Narasimhan
How is the COVID-19 pandemic shaping the future of medicine? Vas Narasimhan, CEO of Novartis returns to Homeroom with Sal. They discuss breakthroughs in technology and what is being learned on the cutting edge of science. Livestreamed on August 17, 2021. See the original livestream on YouTube. For more information visit: https://keeplearning.khanacademy.org Khan Academy is […]
Be Our Guest: A Service Design Approach To Learner Experience
A service design approach can help you create self-directed learning that maximizes your learners’ time and attention. These four guiding principles will help you anticipate your learners’ needs and offer them a great learner experience (LX) that prioritizes their needs, comfort, and enjoyment. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Creating A Different Kind Of ‘Gang’ To Reach Students
More authentic and diverse in-school social groups can engage challenging, hard-to-reach students in powerful ways. The post Creating A Different Kind Of ‘Gang’ To Reach Students appeared first on TeachThought.