The case for face to face learning

Author: Dan R. Tobin, “The Next Generation of Leaders” For the past two decades, there has been an increasing emphasis on the use of e-learning, with many e-learning advocates arguing that not only is e-learning less expensive than bringing employees together in a classroom, but also that e-learning is actually a more effective learning method […]

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Are your e-Learning efforts underperforming?

More often than not, the answer comes back that e-learning doesn’t perform up to expectations or that it’s a total failure. Then there’s the good news: It doesn’t have to stay that way. In fact, there are at least four common reasons e-learning programs often fail, each of which can be overcome with a more informed […]

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Face to face still leads the way in management training

Two studies were recently conducted by Training Industry, Inc. that focus on leadership training, which often addresses a range of soft skills considered essential for success. The first study discusses the attributes of effective first-time manager training – more specifically the delivery methods deemed most effective by learning leaders. The second study focuses on training for […]

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Online versus face to face training: choosing a format for your organization

Author: Erin Roberts-Hall, Corporate Advancement Developer, Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District Trend watchers in the training arena have kept a close eye on e-Learning programs this year, as they were predicted to rise in popularity (again) in 2015. As a training professional, this topic is one of hot debate as there seem to be strong beliefs […]

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10 reasons why e-learning should be gamified

1. Games are fun – we choose to play games for a simple reason: it’s an amusing way to pass the time. The sheer scale of our appetite for games cannot be ignored. For example, Candy Crush Saga was downloaded more than 500 million times in 2013 and then in 2014 we spent $1.3billion on […]

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Growth in Flipped Blended Learning

In last couple of years we have seen significant growth in the number of teachers who are using the flipped model of blended learning. This shouldn’t really be a surprise as the majority of teachers using this model give very positive feedback about the impact on learners and results. What is interesting though is the […]

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