A panel composed of representatives from leading vendors took time to discuss the impact and implications of “Web 2.0” on the learning market.
Building a Learning Culture
By Dr. Mark Rosenberg
You can’t just implement e-learning into an organization that’s not ready for it, doesn’t support it, or doesn’t have a culture based on knowledge sharing.
Making Learning Fun and Social
By Anders Gronstedt
Learning can be both fun and social thanks to Second Life and other virtual worlds, which hold promise for a new generation of learners.
LMS’s 2008: What You Need to Know
By Chris Howard
The LMS market is still growing steadily, but a slowdown is due partly to saturation in the global enterprise market and some commoditization of learning management systems.
Measuring the Learning Experience
By Nicolas Igneri
The ability to measure the effectiveness of the learning solution on the individual and organization is here, thanks to organizations like the American Management Association.
In 2006, one of the world’s largest independent software companies set out to consolidate nine legacy LMSs. The project involved migrating more than 1 million learning records, 44,000 classes, 17,000 users and 4,000 courses.
Fuente: [elearning magazine]