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A few weeks ago fellow executives and I travelled to Toronto for the 2014 eLearning Alliance of Canadian Hospitals (eACH) Conference. I have wanted to write this blog since we returned and I’m happy to finally have a brief pause to reflect and share everything we learned. If you aren’t acquainted with the eACH Conference, […]

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Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have been hailed as a revolutionary tool that will transform learning and provide top-notch education for all—even those that face extreme poverty. While the blended learning techniques that MOOCs help facilitate have been proven to increase test scores, the completion rate of MOOCs is still drastically low. Thousands of people […]

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Calling all eLearning instructors, administrators, managers and designers! Participate in our Back to School Contest. We know that with the influx of new and returning students this fall, it is going to be a very busy but exciting time. To show our appreciation we’re happy to provide you with an opportunity to win our ‘Back […]

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Until fairly recently, healthcare services were immobile causing difficulty and often long treks for those living in remote areas. Not only was access to medical services stationary, but so was access to medical literature and educational health resources—often stored in specialized medical libraries with limited access. It is mind boggling for me to think that […]

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After reading this two-part series about social learning in the workplace, you will be well on your way to implementing employee training that is more efficient and effective. In the Social Learning in the Workplace Part 1, we clearly define social media and social learning in order to paint a better picture of how both […]

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As the worldwide population continues to increase, and with the growing aging population in the developed world, governments are struggling to provide adequate healthcare and education. With more and more people requiring health and education services, facility and personnel expansion present rising costs and often labor shortages given that there are never enough skilled workers […]

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According to a research report released by Euromonitor International earlier this year, Asia Pacific has emerged as the largest market in the world for consumer education spending. Among Asia Pacific’s top 5 education markets—Japan, China and South Korea represent the largest markets to date. Even though these 3 countries have the largest markets, not all […]

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The global research firm, Euromoniter International, has listed children aged 15 and under as a major segment for the information and communications technologies (ICT) sector in the next 6 years. As more children in emerging markets gain access to internet-connected computers, and as their IT literacy rates increase—eLearning tools and mobile games are surging ICT […]

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In part one of our Big Data and HR series we explained what Big Data is and how it can be an extremely powerful tool to develop insight into the future and ultimately, improve HR decision making. In part two we broke things down a little further and explained six general insights that can be […]

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