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Back to Classes... Online!

Posted by Christine Avery on Sep 7, 2018 1:38:58 PM

 5 Tips to prepare for back to School. Online! 


The way we learn is continuously evolving, online courses are becoming a more affordable option for continuing education. Online learning is convenient, affordable and a great way to continue your education while working and providing for yourself and your future. With the flexibility of online classes, some of the benefits of taking online classes are obvious. You can plan your work on your online coursework around your career, around your family’s schedule, around social commitments, and you can travel anywhere with an internet connection and still complete your course requirements. And you never have to worry about missing a lecture--you’ll  probably have to the able to login and watch lectures right from your phone!

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Topics: online course, elearning, Continuing Education

Employee Training for the Win-Win

Posted by Cherie McInturff on Aug 15, 2018 9:02:33 AM

The Benefit that Empowers Employees


Rapid shifts in technology, labor markets, and the overall global economic environment have all impacted the employment experience in recent years. When youth unemployment hit crisis levels in 2012, approaching 20% in some of the world’s largest states and over 50% in some other well-established economies, the debate over how jobs match up with employee skill sets became urgent. Some business initiatives began to try to define the skill set of the future, committing energy towards a kind of educational specialization that would help supply, in employment terms, meet demand.


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Topics: development, elearning, education, success, future

Education & Success

Posted by Cherie McInturff on May 30, 2018 5:34:00 PM

The Education Pathway to Economic Well-Being


Education is traditionally linked to individual success in life, particularly an individual’s chances for achieving wealth and prosperity. Higher education results in more skill and knowledge to secure higher income. Recent shifts in labor markets—to include greater participation from more countries, producing more international competition—have also supported that view. As advanced economies encountered new competition from regions like South America, Eastern Europe, and Asia—it emerged clearly that the most successful were more educated, workers educated up to and in some cases, well beyond Western standards.


A Rising Tide Raises all Boats


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Topics: development, elearning, education, success, future

The ROI Lens for Online Learning

Posted by Cherie McInturff on Apr 3, 2018 11:00:00 AM

From Qualitative to Quantitative Gain


Business processes can be carefully calibrated, well-defined, widely available—and, if lacking good execution, worthless. Transmission of that knowledge is transformational and the essential element is training. Team members with good process knowledge perform better, with confidence, and understand their own talent as an asset to the company, generating a culture of high performance and elevated capability.


This understanding is at the heart of online training. By directly enabling employees with process knowledge, productivity improves. Employees understand their own talent to be important and relevant; their proficiency neither assumed, nor intractably established. There is room for human development. Employers, in turn, understand that this expertise will be a valuable asset. They see cultivating talent to improve business as a capital investment, rather than a sunk cost.

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Topics: Learning operations, elearning, global certification, ROI

How Can You Motivate Online Learners

Posted by Cherie McInturff on Feb 27, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Engagement Strategies: Emerging Insights to Motivate Online Students



Learning an entirely new subject, gaining proficiency in a skill set or even mastering it are ambitions that can now be accomplished with Internet access and massive open online courses (MOOCs). While MOOCs offer increased flexibility as a unique learning platform, they also present unique challenges—student motivation being a top example. Some students may be intrinsically motivated by personal curiosity and goals, pursuing coursework at a regular pace. However, other students may be motivated by extrinsic rewards related to finishing coursework, and find regular engagement difficult.

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Topics: Learning Exchange, learning Management System, MOOCs, online course, elearning

Digital Badges: Where are they Going? 

Posted by Christine Avery on Jan 23, 2018 8:41:59 AM

One of the biggest promises in this age of “big data” is that we won’t be limited by the number (or type) of questions we can ask. With the number of online learning environments increasing, how do we showcase what we have learned? Methods for obtaining a degree or certification have become easier with the growth of opportunities for online learning. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have brought the entire classroom into your home, offering more learning opportunities to anyone who seeks to expand their knowledge on any topic.

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Topics: MOOCs, digital badge, learning ecosystem, elearning

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