Widespread adoption of smartphones and tablets has fueled extensive interest among learning professionals about the use of mobile devices for training delivery. To explore the state of mobile learning in 2015, ATD and i4cp sought insights from learning leaders and professionals worldwide in The Mobile Landscape 2015: Building Toward Anytime, Anywhere Learning. Their views, experiences, and strategies offer valuable guidance and examples for those just beginning the mobile learning journey. ATD and i4cp found that 34 percent of organizations have mobile learning programs.
Instructional Design Now: A New Age of Learning and Beyond, a collaboration of the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), explores a learning landscape rich in emerging opportunities, populated by professionals eager to create and unleash content that drives employee development and organizational performance. But ATD and i4cp found that instructional designers don’t rate their profession’s overall efforts as highly as they might.
MOOCs: Expanding the Scope of Organizational Learning is an ATD and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) research report that explores some of the most compelling questions about MOOCs and the promise (and challenges) they hold for organizational learning functions. ATD and i4cp’s survey of learning professionals found that 22 percent are currently using MOOCs in learning and development efforts. MOOCs are collaborative online courses open to anyone wishing to participate at no cost (although a fee may be required in order to earn credit). Corporate MOOCs use the open, online, collaborative approach within organizations.
This Infoline will teach you about the concept of e-learning and how it can benefit your organization.
Launch and manage a successful e-learning project.
Sell the concept of e-learning to management and bring technology-based learning tools to your organization.
Based on data from 1994–1997, this workbook can be used as a reference to help you learn more about which competencies, roles, and outputs were determined vital for the successful application of learning technologies in any organization by the leading experts of that era.