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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Momenta Learning No. 16 News on Elearning and Online Learning

Welcome to the No. 16 Issue of Momenta Learning News on Elearning and Online Learning.

Create ELearning Uses its LMS to Raise Funds for the Sepsis Trust

Mark Taggart, of Create eLearning. To support the UK Sepsis Trust, the LMS producer, Create eLearning, is giving a copy of its platform to winners of its quarterly Prize Draws. The Sepsis Trust does some important work and it uses the Create eLearning platform in its training programmes.

No-cost eLearning Webinar on Demystifying the Enterprise Learning Ecosystem

Join Riptide Software's Learning Division for an eLearning webinar on: how xAPI and LRS' can improve tracking and reporting of key metrics, real client cases of organizations maximizing their ecosystems and utilizing xAPI/LRS', and how to get started with implementing new training tech initiatives.

'Classroom 2.0' trains Swiss workers from afar - SWI

These groups of apprentices are gathered at the vocational education centre that trains apprentices from Swiss manufacturer B├╝hler AG, among others. Today, the class is looking at a 3D diagram of a machine, learning to identify its parts.

7 Reasons Online Learning Leads to Career Advancement

One of the biggest reasons people pursue a degree is to start, change or advance their careers. For those who are already working in their preferred field, or have obligations they can't step away from, online learning is the best option for career advancement.

12 Onramps for Personalized and Competency-based Learning

It is challenging and controversial to convert an entire school system to a personalized and competency-based approach but you don't have to do it all at once. These dozen entry points provide places to start with limited investment and risk. With a few working examples in place, it creates local reference points and field trip opportunities.

School of Nursing to offer first MOOC - The GW Hatchet

by Fiona Byon | Hatchet Reporter GW's nursing school plans to offer a massive open online course to the public in May - with a twist. While the school is well-known for its extensive online offerings, this will be the school's first MOOC, a non-degree course that will be open to the public for a small fee.

iSchool to expand online master's degree program

The School of Information Studies at Syracuse University will be launching a new online degree partnership with the education technology company 2U next semester.

Institute of Digital Design launch learning platform for architects and designers | Architecture And Design

RELATED A new online learning platform has been launched for the benefit of architects, engineers and designers to help them hone their skills in digital design. Launched by the Institute of Digital Design Australia (IDDA), the digital design online learning platform is customised for the target group and offers over 300 e-learning lessons in digital design software including Revit, Rhino3d, Grasshopper and Python, enabling members to learn at their own pace.

Is an online revolution on the horizon for HE?

A look at why online learning is transforming the sector

Cybersecurity e-learning course launches in the UK for HR staff

A new e-learning tool has been launched in the UK to help HR professionals effectively deal with cybersecurity issues in the British workplace. The launch was marked by an event attended by Ed Vaizey, minister for Culture and the Digital Economy, alongside the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the professional body for HR in the UK.

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