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10.04.08

SyberWorks e-Learning Podcasts: Episode #19: Tips on Using Graphics in e-Learning

SyberWorks, Inc., a leader in custom e-Learning Solutions and the Learning Management System industry, today announces the next episode in their e-Learning Podcast Series: "Tips on Using Graphics in e-Learning."
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07.06.05

Ivy League E-Learning

How eCornell helps Cornell University translate and enrich the classroom experience for purposes of online executive and professional education
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Why mobile e-learning fails to make a move

Australia's telecommunications companies are stifling the economic benefits of mobile e-learning (m-learning). Dr Marcus Bowles, director of the Institute for Working Futures, says the incumbents are defending market share by confining mobile data transmissions to high-cost cellular networks
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26.05.05

Thwarted innovation: what happened to e-learning and why

Why did the USA's boom in E-learning go bust? Zemsky, R.; Massy, W.F. / Learning Alliance for Higher Education, USA , 2004 This report examines the debate over the success or failure of e-learning in the USA. It tracked the changing attitudes about and perceptions of e-learning by faculty and technical staff over 18 months across a wide sample of US colleges and universities each with substantial investments in e-learning. It also mapped the changing supply of e-learning providers and products.
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24.05.05

E-learning reaches beyond the classroom

A tablet PC with the capabilities of global positioning and a wireless network connection can turn the most remote location into a classroom.
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23.05.05

How working professionals can get an IIM degree

Ever wanted to do a programme from a top management institute like the Indian Institute of Management or the Xavier's Labour Relations Institute, but do not have the time to spare? Well there is hope for you. They are coming to your city. Thanks to DWGE or DirecWay Global Education. And we are not talking e-learning or a distance-learning programme, but something called Interactive Onsite Learning (IOL)
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21.05.05

Taking The E-train

No one is giving up on the traditional classroom, but manufacturers are finding that e-learning 101 is one class they just can't afford to cut.
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18.05.05

E-learning: The new wave on education front

A student in remote Orissavillage taking his MBA exams from a Mumbai University using broadband network; American students taking maths lessons from teachers sitting in New Delhi or people from across the globe doing a crash course on disaster management from Honolulu University?
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E-learning: The new wave on education front

A student in remote Orissavillage taking his MBA exams from a Mumbai University using broadband network; American students taking maths lessons from teachers sitting in New Delhi or people from across the globe doing a crash course on disaster management from Honolulu University?
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17.05.05

Introducing the teacher to the web's steep e-learning curve

Adelaide online education innovator Mark Keough wants to reinvent e-learning through a new education model that reintroduces teachers to the learning experience
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09.05.05

Mobile e-learning via phone achieves real success with the young

Key findings from mobile e-learning trials are published this month by the Learning and Skills Development Agency (LSDA) in a report Mobile technologies and learning. This report presents some innovative ideas on how mobile technologies, such as smartphones and PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants), can be useful learning aids - particularly with young people who have not succeeded through traditional education.
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04.05.05

Corporate class in cyberspace

e-learning is slowly gaining ground as companies try to save time and costs
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26.04.05

New Dimensions In Education- The Basics Of E-learning

Elearning is the use of technology to make learning accessible for people who do not have enough time or are unable to enroll themselves in conventional educational institutions due to various reasons. It is also a way of making education more effective incorporating interactive means.
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14.04.05

Live and learn

The 'learning culture' is back, but real knowledge takes more than a quick training course.
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03.04.05

'Aye' to e-learning

Clicking on links instead of turning pages – that is how the majority of students from the National University of Singapore (NUS) prefer to study.
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31.03.05

Between a Rock and a Soft(ware) Place

Streamlining Web-based training development with Captivate & Flash
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Take to the Skies... with Captivate & Flash

With increasing frequency, employees (called "crewmembers") at JetBlue Airways are being asked to fulfill some of their training requirements online. The aviation industry is policy-intensive, and airline employees - everyone from flight attendants, to pilots, to customer service and ground crew personnel - are required to update their training each year on certain regulatory topics. To meet these requirements, JetBlue employs a blend of classroom instruction, on-the-job training, and eLearning.
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30.03.05

On-line learning transforms English language skills

World-leading techniques for on-line teaching of English that have outperformed competitive systems by more than 100 per cent will be a prime focus for delegates at Dubai's upcoming MELT (Middle East Learning Technologies) conference and exhibition next week on April 5 and 6.
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29.03.05

MNCs target e-learning market in India

India is fast emerging as an e-Learning hub. To cash on this trend, multinationals like McGraw-Hill, Digital Think, SkillSoft, Mentergy, etc. are in the process of consolidating their operations in India.
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25.03.05

Will staff embrace e-learning

A telemarketing firm wonders if online training is the best way to equip employees with new skills
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21.03.05

Clicks and bricks work together in the world of corporate teaching

E-learning and corporate universities appear to be following in the footsteps of business schools.
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15.03.05

e-learning in action

Over the past four years, learndirect scotland has been encouraging and supporting colleagues across Scotland to explore the potential of e-learning.
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11.03.05

Marketing e-learning in-house

Organisation-specific content, senior management support, and a change in mindset will ensure the success of e-learning projects.
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10.03.05

Finding Competitive Advantage in Training

Injecting e-Learning into the Corporate Training Program - The opportunity to improve employee knowledge and capabilities through e-Learning ranges from the most senior executive to the newest hire. This is due to the unprecedented reach of the web, its minimal cost, and its increasing ability to deliver the highest quality content - including video – to end users. Few areas of business are better suited than HR training and Professional Development to leverage the Internet. The nature and needs of corporate training matches the strengths of the web almost perfectly. For example, training involves delivering content to many people who are often in dispersed locations while the web is an increasingly reliable, powerful, ubiquitous and low cost media
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08.03.05

Why enterprise learning is all the rage

"You may need to retool certain portions of the employee base to achieve strategic objectives. An LMS is one part of the broader corporate strategy to ensure employees have the knowledge to face the challenges the company is facing. Our goal is to enable agility and flexibility in the workforce."
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07.03.05

Tools of the Trade - Results

The Tools of the Trade Survey is our first foray into exploring how and what the eLearning practitioners within our community are doing with the eLearning medium and tools
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An e-Learning Systems Engineering Methodology

A methodology for e-learning systems engineering is offered for use in the development of e-learning materials. The methodology draws upon the practices of software engineering to identify the key stages and steps required for the development of effective e-learning materials.
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E-Learning to Roll Through Training in 2005: A Bold New Frontier for Students and Workers

In companies, schools, and governmental agencies, evidence is mounting that e-Learning and blended learning programs are poised for rapid growth beginning in 2005. Experts see three important elements driving this growth: reliable web technology, user understanding of the Internet, and the continued desire for high quality, affordable training.
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04.03.05

GET YOUR DEGREE WITHOUT EVER LEAVING HOME.

Neither time nor distance are excuses any longer for having a lack of education. Most colleges and universities in the St. Louis region offer Internet-based coursework, also called distance learning. With little more than a home computer, students can master the works of Shakespeare or earn an MBA–all from the comfort of their homes
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02.03.05

Insourcing: Reversing the Outsourcing Tide

Upon finishing their outsourcing of labor-intensive jobs, US corporations soon began outsourcing white-collar jobs too. Today, overseas labor handles all sorts of communication and computing development and services, even examining X-rays for American patients. And now that very same Internet might reverse the outsourcing trend. Take the world of e-Learning and training as an example.
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01.03.05

The Semantic Aspects of e-Learning: Using the Knowledge Life Cycle to Manage Semantics for Grid and Service Oriented Systems

The aim of bringing semantics to learning content and services is to enable large scale collaboration of e-learning activities over the Grid infrastructure. As machines and software applications will be ubiquitously involved in enabling and facilitating this collaboration, it requires a common understanding of the domain, in particular at the conceptual level, so that both computers and human participants of the e-learning activities understand and are able to communicate among themselves though a common conceptualisation of the learning domain. In this paper we propose that Ontology is required in this context which is shared as a language to enrich resources with semantics. In line with the pedagogical view of the semantics obtained from experts in the learning domain, we describe a semantics driven knowledge life cycle to address the key phases in managing semantics in e-learning. Service oriented architecture is adopted for the vision of Grid infrastructure, reusable components and easy integration at a later phase.
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27.02.05

Online Education Flunks But New Focus May Spark Revival

Diane Harley, director of the Higher Education in the Digital Age Project at the University of California at Berkeley, said that Asian and Australian universities, as well as many in the United States, had implemented successful online learning programs. Educators say these initiatives, and other online ventures that are broader but less deep in scope, herald a second wind for e-learning.
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14.02.05

Aligning e-learning with the enterprise

Payoff greatest when e-learning linked with company-wide processes says expert
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07.02.05

Suffolk is Leader in E-Learning

Suffolk Has Highest Amount of E-learning Take-ups Flexibility is the buzzword at the turn of the 21st century and e-learning is an apparent complementary. In England, the East Anglian county of Suffolk seems to be at the center stage of such activity.
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02.02.05

CLO Cites Successful E-Learning Strategies; Gallo Winery Adds Flavor to Sales Training

Educating a workforce in today's organizations is tough. Challenges come from new or unfamiliar technology and add to standing pressures to increase profits while decreasing expenses. Successful online learning strategies can provide measurable benefits that deliver long-term success for organizations. The February issue of Chief Learning Officer magazine identifies the learning dollars corporations earmarked for training in 2005, and tells how these investments will aid organizations in retaining competitive advantage while cutting costs. A case study on E. & J. Gallo Winery illustrates how e-learning boosted sales training on the company's product lines.
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31.01.05

E-Learning brings world-class training right to your desktop

One of the fastest-growing sectors of Human Resources management today is Internet-based training, known generally as e-learning.
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27.01.05

Helping to make learning e-asier

WHY women are better e-learners than men is just one of the themes to be discussed in a programme of 12 e-learning conferences in 2005 to be held across Wales.
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26.01.05

eLearning & Content Management: One Can Help the Other

Organisations considering implementing an eLearning initiative which already have a content management system, might be surprised by how well the two can complement each other.

eLearning programs are designed to deliver quality learning materials to employees, customers, suppliers, and partners, with the goal of reducing training time while increasing learner development and productivity.

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25.01.05

E-learning gives carriers the edge

Australian and New Zealand mobile phone carriers have seized on e-learning to better equip their sales forces with technical knowledge in a cutthroat market. But they shy away from using the technology to teach their people how to interact with customers.

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21.01.05

It's Not Your Father's e-Learning

The entire concept of agent training has been turned on its ear, and delivers unprecedented levels of efficiency and productivity.
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13.01.05

Predictions for 2005: E-learning Visionaries Share Their Thoughts

How will e-learning evolve in 2005? Lisa Neal, Editor-in-Chief of eLearn Magazine (http://elearnmag.org/ ), asked visionaries from industry, academia, and government for their predictions. The published results point to the idea that in the near future, e-learning will further reflect and influence the best of digital culture as it exists in 2005. That may lead to courses and programs that incorporate the immersive qualities of video games, function in a manner similar to a typical Google search, and appeal to a truly diverse online community of learners. And open source alternatives to traditional tools for creating courseware may soon revolutionize the entire e-learning industry.
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10.01.05

E-Learning Takes Some Of The Scare Out Of Compliance

Two of the best examples of how E-learning is being used in the post-bubble, post-recession world can be found at Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Massachusetts and the Maryland Transit Administration.
Both organizations face regulatory regimes that evolve frequently and grow in complexity. Both are relative newcomers to E-learning, having implemented their first coherent services two or three years ago. Both are using E-learning to let the workforce get more done. And interestingly, managers at both say they could go back to all-manual training if they had to. They'd just have to give up thousands of hours of productivity gains.
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