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Immersive Learning

Chapter 3: Analysis: Identify the Problem
Koreen Pagano | December 23, 2013 | Book Chapter

When designing an immersive learning solution, critical information is often discovered during the analysis phase. Author Koreen Pagano walks you through a process for conducting a comprehensive analysis.

Leveraging Mobile Learning for Sales Enablement

Mobile Readiness Checklist
December 01, 2013 | Tool

Is your team mobile ready? Use this checklist to determine whether you have the support and preparation you need to begin a mobile learning initiative.

Big Learning Data

Chapter 2: Why are Big Learning Data and Data Analytics Important?
Elliott Masie | November 27, 2013 | Book Chapter

Big Learning Data, Chapter 2: Why are Big Learning Data and Data Analytics Important? In this chapter, Nigel Paine, covers how data can be linked to learning effectiveness.

Big Learning Data

Chapter 3: The Skills and Mindset Required for Big Learning Data
Elliott Masie | November 27, 2013 | Book Chapter

Big Learning Data, Chapter 3: The Skills and Mindset Required for Big Learning Data In this chapter, Donald H. Taylor, looks at the skills talent development professionals need to leverage big data in their organizations.

The Uncharted Territory of Big Learning Data

Elliott Masie | November 25, 2013 | Article

Applying big data in the training and development field is a method that will soon make its mark on the industry.

Mobile Learning Booms in Global Markets

Ryann K. Ellis | November 25, 2013 | Article

Africa and the Middle East bypass e-learning and head straight for mobile learning.

Transferring Institutional Knowledge to Millennials

Giora Hadar | September 15, 2013 | Article

The more complex an organization, the more challenging and more critical it is to manage institutional knowledge. In large complex organizations such as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), capturing the knowledge of experienced employees and transferring it to new hires, as well as to workers in other parts of the organization, is necessary to ensure the organization can perform its core functions. Failure to achieve the mission—in the FAA's case to ensure safe airspace for the public—is not an option.

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