Tag: blogs

Mobile Learning: A Manager’s Guide

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Brenda J. Enders published Manager’s Guide to Mobile Learning some three years ago and it is still a relevant read today.   Brenda will be presenting a webinar on creating practical strategy for mobile learning as part of our monthly eLearning Thought Leaders Series.  In preparation for this event on March 28th, I gave her book a […]

Towards a “Maturity Model” for Learning Businesses

I have been a supporter and follower of Jeff Cobb and Celisa Steele for almost a decade. I’ve interviewed them and reviewed their books for this blog.  Jeff’s book Leading the Learning Revolution is a reflective masterpiece that touches those of us who have been in educational technology since the pre-dot-com days. Not only that: it […]

xAPI in Instructional Design

xAPI in Instructional Design

  Jon Aleckson and I attended an xAPI conference on Friday, September 16th in Chicago. Jon has already provided his perspective on the case studies and what they mean for the medical community. But I’m interested in exploring the implications of xAPI for instructional design. Design is an iterative process. We used to have to […]

An Introduction to Population Health: Part I

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Population health has been defined as “the health outcomes of a group of individuals, including the distribution of such outcomes within the group” according to Improving Population Health. However, the definition is still abstract and has not reached its full potential. Population health is now moving into the EHR space as a healthcare improvement initiative. […]

Cloud Authoring

Cloud Authoring

  The “Cloud” Ever since “the cloud” came to the internet and computer world, it has always had this magic allure. The cloud is a space in the internet that stores your data, can be accessed from anywhere in the world, but it’s intangible. “The Cloud” has been created into a buzzword that people assume […]