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Friday, February 19, 2016

Momenta Learning No. 22 News on Elearning and Online Learning

Welcome to the No. 22 Issue of Momenta Learning News on Elearning and Online Learning.

4 Steps to Build New Habits & Hit Your Goals

By Katharina CavanoBusiness2Community 45% of Americans make a New Year's Resolution each year....and only 8% of them are actually successful in achieving those resolutions. Before you lose all hope of attaining your resolution, we're sharing some of our tips and tricks on building powerful (and healthy) habits and hold yourself accountable on all those goals you set for yourself, from the simple to the lofty.

The retailing of online education courses in India

E-commerce is an industry which, over the course of last few years, has changed the way we shop, eat, travel, network and, possibly very soon, learn. India is a young nation with more than 65% of its population below 35 years of age.

Amazon Education to Launch New Website for Open Education Resources - Market Brief

Amazon Education is working on a new platform that will allow schools to upload, manage, share, and discover open education resources from a home page that in some ways resembles the one shoppers are accustomed to accessing on the massive online retailer's website.

EdTech: Why Employers From Google To Goldman Sachs Are Warming To Moocs

Mooc maker Udacity partnered Google, Facebook, Amazon, GitHub and AT&T When Moocs - massive open online courses - first exploded onto the scene, their value to employers was a point of contention for business schools.

eLearning course drop-out rates on the rise

The drop-out rate in eLearning courses with multiple sessions is on the rise, with a large number of participants taking the first session or two only to abandon it completely, according to Elliot Masie, Masie Productions CEO and founder of The Learning Consortium.

Interactive video, the next step in OSH e-Learning

Online e-Learning is an established form of health and safety training, it's promoted as being cost effective and importantly, for compliance, you can provide proof via a Learning Management System (LMS) that trainees have logged onto the course and passed the test. This test is often little more than some straightforward multiple choice questions.

eLearning is changing as we know it - but how?

Hybrid learning, the convergence of processes, uptake of cloud-based solutions, and development of analytics are key trends impacting eLearning, according to Technavio, the market research provider. Technavio defines an emerging trend as something that has potential for significant impact on the market and contributes to its growth or decline.

Growing Adoption of New Digital Learning Models to Drive the Education Technology Market in Europe Through 2019, Says Technavio | Business Wire

Technavio analysts forecast the education technology market in Europe to post a CAGR of more than 10% and exceed USD 64 billion in revenue by 2019, ac

Will Video-Based Learning Kill the LMS?

Technology has affected learning professionals for many decades. In the early days, we had slide projectors so we built plastic foils to draw and explain ideas. Then came PCs, and we built slide presentations with graphics and charts for learning. With the CD-ROM, we built interactive graphics, full-motion video and gamified learning.

Brain's mistakes provide insight for human & machine learning - The Tartan

Brain-machine interfaces are devices that allow their subjects to control external devices using only their thoughts. Using these interfaces, a team of researchers at Carnegie Mellon has found that the brain makes mistakes because its conception of the world isn't always an accurate depiction of how the world really works.

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