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February 5, 2013
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Back to Basics with Blended Learning

The Tip Sheet for a Well-Executed Blended Learning Program:

1) Need for Interactivity - Inadvertent knowledge sharing through informal interactions via social networking platforms (for example, Whatsapp, WeChat, Viber, Instagram).
2) Need for intensity - Intensive multi-dimensional learning environments lead to financial success.
3) Need for Integration - Cutting-edge networking and productivity tools (for example, Dropbox, Google Drive, etc.) that package together computer-based work, collaboration, and performance support tools - the "workspace" of the future.

There are some basic rules companies can apply even before delving into industry- and company-specific customizations.

Consider these...

Latest News

• $156 Billion on Training
U.S. organizations spent $156.2 billion on employee learning and development in 2011... >>

• Virtual Technology Alters the Reality of 21st-Century Corporate Learning
There's little doubt that technology has altered the reality of today's learners. All you have to do is look around you... >>

• Mobile Learning, Video On the Rise Is Your Organization Keeping Up?
It is clear that mobile learning is on many organizations' radar as a necessary transition for meeting (and keeping up with) the needs of the business... >>

New Products

• CONTENT: New Harassment Prevention Course
Vubiz's new 2013 Harassment Prevention Online Course offers the latest in e-learning technology, including a new Smart Timer, engaging Avatar guide and the most relevant case scenarios...>>

• TOOLS: Optimizing E-learning on Many Mobile Platforms
CourseBuilder 6M is the new release of Lumesse's software-as-a-service (SaaS) e-learning authoring platform... >>

Web Seminar Series

• Learning! 100: Mobile at Work
Date: March 21st  Time: 6:30 AM PT/ 9:30 AM ET

John Moxley, CLO, Cricket Communications and his small team have set the "high-mark" for real-world mobile learning. John will take you through his team's process of launching a Mobile University. Register for this free session... >>

• Keynote: Brilliance by Design by Vicki Halsey
Date: March 21st  Time: 10:00 aM PT/ 1:00 PM ET

Dr. Vick Halsey will talk about the secrets of creating learning experiences that connect, inspire and engage learners. In this session, Dr. Halsey talks about a completely new instructional design methodology that changes the focus on 'what to teach and 'how' to teach it. Register for this free session... >>


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• Back to Basics with Blended Learning
• $156 Billion on Training

• Virtual Technology Alters the Reality of 21st-Century Corporate Learning

• Mobile Learning, Video On the Rise Is Your Organization Keeping Up?
• Learning! 100: Mobile at Work
• Keynote: Brilliance by Design by Vicki Halsey
• CONTENT: New Harassment Prevention Course
• TOOLS: Optimizing E-learning on Many Mobile Platforms

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