Tag: association

4 Phrases to Describe DevLearn 2016

4 phrases to describe devlearn

I’ve been attending eLearning Guild conferences since the community of practice’s inception around 2008. It has been fun watching company name changes and the growth of companies serving this nascent industry.  Watching the growing number of hard working practitioners who utilize vendor software and services has been especially enjoyable.  As an inhabitant of both worlds, […]

The Virtual LMS Administrator

The Virtual LMS Administrator

LMS administrators are a necessity for the successful implementation and upkeep of an LMS.  Last year, we talked about the Anatomy of an LMS Administrator as a two-part series, where we got a day-in-the-life glimpse of what an LMS Administrator needs for success. Part One focused on the technical issues that an LMS Administrator will deal with on […]

Attending Conferences a Must

  I was inspired recently after reading Thom Singer’s blog post:  “Five Reasons You Should Attend A Conference.” It got me thinking about the importance of conference attendance on a personal level and a company level.  On a personal level, it is important for your team members to be aware of association conferences they should […]

Mobile Learning and Certification in your LMS

Mobile Learning

  Mobile Learning, or mLearning for short, is not the newest trend to hit the LMS market: the “fall of personal computing” has been a topic of discussion on this blog for a long time. But mLearning continues to make the top industry trends as the expectation of mobile access to Learning Management System platforms becomes […]

Book Review: Disrupted – The Dark Side of Silicon Valley

The Dark Side of Silicon Valley’s Contribution to Management Techniques “The world of online marketing… has a reputation for being kind of grubby.” A quote from one of my latest reads, Disrupted by Dan Lyons.  In this short review I am going to reflect on information that touched me personally.  I gave this book five […]