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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Momenta Learning No. 17 News on Elearning and Online Learning

Welcome to the No. 17 Issue of Momenta Learning News on Elearning and Online Learning.

Bed Bug University Launches Three-Part E-Learning Module - PCT - Pest Control Technology

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. - BedBug University has expanded its educational training to include a three-part e-learning module for pest management professionals. The online training series, designed for pest management professionals, features three 30-minute training modules on the following topics: bed bug biology and behavior; treatment tools and protocols; and the importance of monitoring.

It Starts With Support: 22Miles Debuts New Digital Signage eLearning Wiki System |

SILICON VALLEY, CA--(Marketwired - February 09, 2016) - 22Miles announces the introduction of a new internet based Digital Signage Wiki self-service Learning System that trains and supports designers using 22Miles Publisher Pro Digital Signage Software.

Why Ideological Diversity Might Be a Strength Of the EdTech Profession | Technology and Learning

Hypothesis 1: The higher ed technology profession is more politically / ideologically diverse than the higher ed workforce as a whole. Hypothesis 2: This political diversity is a source of strength. What do you think? As a social scientist, I wish that i had some data to support or refute these hypotheses.

New E-learning Module: Basics of Radiation and Radiation Emergencies

By Nicole Jawerth, Office of Public Information and Communication Did you know that radiation was all around us? Or that lost radioactive sources were among the most common types of radiation emergencies? Get the facts about radiation and radiation emergencies by checking out the IAEA's new online learning module.

Why The Future of Work is Collaborative | Litmos Blog

If you look at what's changing in the organizational landscape, the overarching challenge is agility, the ability to adapt faster. What's emerging as a consensus for success is that this comes from people working together in particular ways. So it's worthwhile exploring what those ways are, and what can be done to facilitate these outcomes.

Babson Study: Distance Education Enrollment Growth Continues

The 2015 Survey of Online Learning conducted by the Babson Survey Research Group in partnership with the Online Learning Consortium (OLC), Pearson, WCET, StudyPortals, and Tyton Partners, reveals the number of higher education students taking at least one distance education course in 2015 is up 3.9% over the previous year.

Survey: Even as Online Course Enrollment Rises, Institutional Support Shrinks -- Campus Technology

Research Even as online course registrations continue to rise, fewer academic leaders consider online learning critical to their "long-term" strategies or rate the learning outcomes in online education as equal or superior to face-to-face instruction, according to a new report from the Babson Survey Research Group.

3 Educational Trends That Will Change How You Hire in the Future

Join us in a city near you at Entrepreneur's Accelerate Your Business event series kicking off Feb 23. View cities and dates " The U.S. educational system and job market have a chicken-and-egg relationship: Do changes in the needs of the labor market determine the skills that schools teach?

Here's a Snapshot of Online Learning in 2015

Here's a Snapshot of Online Learning in 2015 The Babson Survey Research Group released its last annual survey of the online-education landscape on Tuesday. You can read its report on the survey here, and below are some of its key findings: The percentage of academic leaders who said online learning was critical to their institution's mission dropped from 71 percent, in 2014 - the highest ever - to 63 percent.

Study: Enrollment in Online Learning Up, Except at For-Profits

About 5.8 million students were enrolled in online courses in fall 2014, a 3.9 percent increase from the previous fall. ​The number of students taking online courses continued to increase in 2014, rising at a slightly faster rate than the prior year, according to a report released today.

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