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The Mobile Learning Revolution: Why Is It Happening?

Last year in our Learning Insights Report we identified the growing challenges faced by learning delivery, mainly stemming from a more fragmented, more mobile and more global workforce; and from the speed of change. Organisations now have to contend with multiple channels for delivery, multiple devices and time constraints. Like it or not, we’re now in the middle of a mobile learning revolution. …

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Top 5 Trends - Where Technology Will Take eLearning in 5 Years

As Silver Sponsors at this year’s AITD National Conference April 10-11 in Melbourne, global learning solutions provider, Kineo gave away two tickets to the event, valued at $3600. Participants were asked to share their opinions on where technology will take elearning in the next five years on Kineo’s Elearning Professionals Group on LinkedIn. And we received a number of creative and provoking …

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ELearning Trends According to Google 2012

This month at the European Learning Industry Group (ELIG) Conference in Dublin, Jonny Parkes (formerly Electric Paper) chastised some elearning companies for playing up the hype curve and bringing the e-learning industry into disrepute by making mobile/gaming/you name it promises that reality couldn’t deliver. We decided to try to get behind the hype by looking at what people are really …

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E-Learning Trends 2008

We often get asked about e-learning trends and what is happening in the market. The picture in 2008 was not a clear one. The most commonly identified trend was a desire for faster and lower cost e-learning. The Bersin report in November 2008 for Training Magazine highlighted a reduction in e-learning in large organisations for the first time. By contrast, many commentators felt that 2009 would be …

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