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Sunday, May 29, 2016

Momenta Learning No. 75 News on Elearning and Online Learning

Welcome to the No. 75 Issue of Momenta Learning News on Elearning and Online Learning
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Seven Tips for Training-Sensitive Subject Matter Online

Seven Tips for Training-Sensitive Subject Matter Online Training-sensitive subject matter can be tricky, and taking it online without a facilitator to provide context and answer questions and the challenge is even greater. Sensitive subject matter includes matters of hearts, minds, and beliefs, such as mental health, harassment, bullying, discrimination and cultural competence.

Breaking: Billion-dollar e-learning market about to undergo major shift - eCampus News

An increasing number of colleges and universities are electing to replace their learning management systems (LMS), according to a comprehensive report from e-Literate, an education technology research and analysis site. The report, LMS Market Dynamics, is the first of the "e-Literate Big Picture" subscription services, which will provide colleges and universities, education companies, and investors with monthly, proprietary insight into the market.

Re-energizing E.ON with gamification

The message that energy firm E.ON works hard to communicate to all its employees is simple, according to its international customer experience manager, Victoria Flash: Whatever you do, wherever you are in the organization, you need to put the customer first.

Learning and Development's (R)evolution

Everything evolves, including L&D.

8 Steps to Selecting an LMS

As principal of Talent Seed Consulting, Stacy leverages more than 15 years of experience in identifying opportunities and implementing large-scale learning solutions for associates at all organizational levels.

'L&D professionals need to be at the forefront of integrated learning': CIPD

Employee-led, integrated learning is the new normal, indicates the latest CIPD/Halogen Employee Outlook survey of over 2,000 employees in the UK. The survey found that over the last year, employees are most likely to have received on-the-job training (28%), online learning (26%) and learning from peers (20%).

Is this the future of learning?

For many empoyees, it always a challenge to make split-second decisions that depend on being able to quickly assimilate knowledge gleaned from personal experiences. Now, HRL Laboratories, LLC in Malibu, California has been awarded funding for a two-year project to test whether low-current electrical brain stimulation could be used to accelerate learning while decreasing training time and costs.

Twitter Chat: How to Choose an Online Bachelor's Program

Online learning has become a popular option for adults looking to balance work and other responsibilities with an education. When it comes to selecting the right online bachelor's program, there are a number of factors to keep in mind to ensure that the degree meets a student's academic and scheduling needs and is accepted by employers and other higher education institutions.

Online Education Can Boost Digital Marketing Careers

The modern business economy relies heavily on digital marketing, so the need for knowledgeable, qualified digital marketers is correspondingly strong. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), job prospects for market research analysts, including digital marketers, will grow by 19% from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the national average across all occupations of just 7%.

Online alternatives expand options for home-based learners

When Sara Frank-Hepfer's son Eli started having problems in a traditional classroom, the small, rural school district he attended recommended a move to an emotional impairment program in a different city. It was the only option the district gave the family, and Frank-Hepfer knew it wasn't the best fit for her son.

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