Category: Education

e-Learning Challenges: The Challenges e-Learning Still Needs to Overcome

e-Learning Challenges: value proposition issues e-Learning Challenges. The E-learning market bases much of its perception of customer value on scale. Primarily the scale of a learning experience to a large number of learners at little incremental cost per new user acquisition. eLearning combines that with the scale of delivering access to expertise, either homogenized and.

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Review: DMAI Animal Island Learning Adventure (AILA) Sit & Play

Review: DMAI Animal Island Learning Adventure (AILA) Sit & Playview I always cringe when I see a parent hand an expensive tablet or phone to a child. Not only does the phone seem at risk, I’m never sure if the screen time is meant for learning or just distraction. DMAI has solved that problem, at.

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What can universities, colleges and museums learn from knowledge management about how to adapt?

Education and museum knowledge management It seems counter-intuitive to advise learning organizations about how to implement learning, but educational institutions and museums often find themselves locked into a matrix of intellectual intransigence hardened by politics, funding, and bias. To avoid this, they need to actively adopt ideas from knowledge management that help commercial organizations drive.

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12 Study Tips for Learning Business English Faster

12 Study Tips for Learning Business English Faster Learning a language is not an isolated activity. After spending a year immersed in the language learning market, a key takeaway was just how collaborative learning a language needs to be. Organizations and individuals who invest need to understand that part-time investment leads to only partial understanding.

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Windows 10s for Education: Microsoft Not Giving Schools to Google

Featured images: Dell Latitude 3189 designed for education Windows 10s for Education: Microsoft Not Giving Schools to Google With the release of Microsoft Windows 10s laptops Microsoft makes a bid to compete, if not reclaim, the mindshare in education. Long-tested theory suggests that the machines people learn on in school become the machines they want.

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Should BYOD Shape Education in the 21st Century?

Should BYOD Shape Education in the 21st Century? BYOD (bring your own device) is being adopted by hundreds of schools due to its positive impact on learning. See how it’s shaping education. Source: BYOD Is Shaping Education in the 21st Century I think we must be very cautious about BYOD in education from an access point of view. While.

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Higher Education Strategy: Ten Rules For Creating Good Strategy

Ten Precepts for Good Higher Education Strategy Download the PDF of this post here. Download the expanded version, Planning at the Speed of Change: Creating Good Strategy in Higher Education, here. Higher education faces disruption from innovations in technology and business models. These disruptions threaten the relevancy of existing institutions and create uncertainty because the emergent models.

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How to Derive Strategies from Scenarios

  Download the PDF here: Strategies from Scenarios The future is complex and the paths forward a messy one. That has to be agreed to first. Any organization that thinks it controls its own destiny and can create the future in whole cloth does not need to read this article. For those who do agree.

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Education and Legislation: It’s Time for a Real Debate

Education and Legislation There was a discussion about education this morning among the congressional republican leadership in Washington D.C. around 529 savings accounts and a move toward local funding (you can see it here on C-SPAN). Neither issue is as clear cut as was suggested by the rhetoric. In particular, the idea that schools with.

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Strategic Planning Never Ends

Strategic planning never ends I was brought into a community college district to present on strategic planning and the fact that it never ends. This was not a kick-off meeting where I offered guidance on the process. Quite the opposite. This was a meeting held the quarter following the completion of a strategic planning process..

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