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January 2016 Salary Outlook for US Education Jobs Salaries in the world of education continue at the same pace in the corporate world as reported for November 2015.  We are continuing to track the expanded job list, including salaries in the world of public and higher education.   The public and higher...
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Posted by on in Joe DiDonato
January 2016 Salary Outlook for US Education Jobs Salaries in the world of education continue at the same pace in the corporate world as reported for November 2015.  We are continuing to track the expanded job list, including salaries in the world of public and higher education.   The public and higher...
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This was the question that we put to Jeanne Meister, co-author of The 2020 Workplace, and the Founding Partner of Future Workplace, a firm that provides executive education to HR leaders and high-potential managers to build the skills and capabilities needed for success in the workplace of the future.  Not...
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You’ve probably all heard some of the statistics around colleges, starting with the $1.1 trillion in student debt. Most of the popular radio stations have been running constant ads about companies willing to help graduates “get control” or ‘relief’ of their student debt. Unfortunately, this is not a problem that’s...
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Politicians who saw MOOCs as a means to cut the cost of higher education are having to think again after two high profile initiatives in California recently came to a crashing halt. First was the partnership between San Jose State University and for-profit MOOC provider Udacity, initiated last January in a...
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This year’s Learning! 100 Award winners continue to exemplify the very best qualities of leadership that have consistently propelled the world of learning to new heights, year after year.  We’ve seen paradigms broken, technology applied in areas that we would have never thought possible, and new practices which have completely...
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During John Moxley's webinar on how he created mobile learning at Cricket Communications, I mentioned some statistics that I uncovered on mobile device usage while preparing for a recent article that I wrote for our magazine.  We had several people send us emails asking for those statistics so that they could...
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Technological advancements are causing us to re-define how it is we learn, measure learning, and even ultimately administer training across a variety of industries.  As these technological advancements become mainstream, they are quickly becoming the expectation, so that enterprises can better service the needs of their employees. The opportunities available in...
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Meet Alan Todd - one of the brightest people I've ever met, and if you attended ELCE 2011, you know that the world of LMS owes a lot of their success to his efforts.  When he sat a panel discussion with Bobby Yazdani from Saba, and Frank Russell formerly the CEO...
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Bill Gates entered the Wild, Wild, Web this morning by starting an "Ask Me Anything" Reddit thread, where he answered questions live.  Bill Gates joins a very eclectic list of people who have braved Reddit's AMA: Woody Harrelson's (pulled), scientists and engineers as NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab, President Obama, professional poker...
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We’d like to put forth a new training requirement for hiring managers, but it requires a preamble and your input. Would it shock you that there’s a company called CareerExcuse.com that will provide you with a work history, a corresponding pay grade to match, and a “great” reference to get past...
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Meet Leland D. Melvin - Associate Administrator for Education for NASA, Astronaut, Learning! 100 Award Winner, holder of the Platinum Learning! Professional Certification. Leland D. Melvin is the Associate Administrator for Education for NASA. In this role, he leads the agency in inspiring interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or...
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Happy Holidays everyone!  And once again, congratulations last year’s teams for being selected a Learning! 100 organization.    We invite you to recognize your team’s accomplishments again this year by applying to the Learning! 100 awards program, which is open now, and will stay open until March 2013.  Note that this...
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Photo Courtesy of YoYo Games.  GameMaker: Studio ™ Here are two lists to get you started.  The first is a list of free & free-for-education environments.  The second list are commercially-available game building tools.  More information about all of these tools can be found by visiting: http://www.magical-project.net/, the authors of...
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Meet Dr. Nick van Dam. Nick is an internationally recognized consultant, author, speaker, and thought leader on corporate learning & development. He is Chief Learning Officer in Global Talent for Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL), an engagement advisor for Deloitte member firm’s Human Capital Practices, and a visiting lecturer at...
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We'd like you to add to the list! In the spirit of the holidays, we asked Elearning! and Government Elearning! staff members what kind of learning-related gifts they would like.  After the lists were narrowed down to remove Ferrari's, tropical winter vacations and gold bullion (re: podcast player, learning environment, and...
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When I spotted this YouTube video, I thought that this would be a great video to watch for both content, as well as to see a demonstration of how Google+ Hangouts works in a discussion format.  So with that as a preamble, join Khan Academy founder Sal Khan and Stanford...
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Posted by on in Sir Ken Robinson
Here are the Top 20 Most viewed videos at TED - including their links. Glad to see Sir Ken Robinson at the top of the list. PS - he's really funny in this one: 1. Sir Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity (2006): 14,850,200 views 2. Jill Bolte Taylor‘s stroke of...
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Speed-writing seems to have the same psychology behind it as an old attention-focusing trick used by some presenters and sales people.  For example, if you are talking with someone, and then that person picks up a pen, looks down at a document that he or she is showing you, your eyes...
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In 2009, mobile devices began outselling PCs.  On January 27th, 2010, the iPad was announced at an Apple press conference by Steve Jobs.  The iPad has now become the fastest-selling consumer product of all times. These mobile devices have an enormous penetration in the world’s population.  In fact, 90% of...
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