Learning Reimagined

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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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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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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