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AI in Education to Top $6 Billion

Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) in education market is set to surpass $6 billion by 2024, according…
  • AR Market Growth to Explode

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    The AR/VR market is valued at $27 billion dollars and expected to reach $209 billion by 2022 according to Statista. While many focus on consumer entertainment and gaming, enterprise, medical and…
  • Learning! 100 Benchmarks Infographic

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    The 2018 Learning! 100 served 12.97 million learners worldwide including employees, students and customers. Corporate enterprises generated $26.9 billion in annual average revenues and altogether…

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Sunday, 25 October 2009 08:19

Training Is Key to Cybersecurity Laws

If new federal cybersecurity legislation is passed in September or October, here’s what you can look for in the future: >> The Commerce secretary working with the White House Office…
Sunday, 25 October 2009 08:17

U.S. Students Have Room to Improve

Technology may be a key in advancing the education of U.S. students compared with that of other countries. In a recent comparison of academic performance in 57 countries, students in…
Sunday, 25 October 2009 08:15

Cloud Computing Is Coming!

“In an attempt to save money, federal agency executives should plan to shift their information technology to the practice of ‘cloud computing’ in the next 12 months,” says U.S. Chief…
Friday, 18 September 2009 17:13

Pro Trainers Lagging In Social Networking

While 77 percent of Elearning! magazine’s readers are using or testing social networking for learning, professional trainers overall are lagging in this arena. A recent report from the American Society…
Friday, 18 September 2009 17:10

HR Preparing for Non- Recession Market

TalentDrive has released the results from the recent “What Steps Are You Taking to Leverage this Recession?” April through June survey. It found that 50 percent of HR professionals surveyed…
Friday, 18 September 2009 17:07

Poor Communication Derails Management

Profiles International has released a report identifying five critical components of management failure. “Our findings indicate that there are five common reasons for management failure,” says Jim Sirbasku, co-founder and…
Friday, 18 September 2009 16:57

Three-Fourths Are Considering ‘Clouds’

Seventy-five percent of 230 training organizers are considering more virtual classroom training delivered with e-learning solutions, according to a survey by Skytap, Inc. Of those surveyed, a significant number were…
Friday, 18 September 2009 16:50

Employers Restricting Social Networking Sites

The American Management Association has estimated that about half of all U.S. employers have policies restricting workers from visiting social networking sites. A new TechRepublic poll conducted during the first…
Competition between social networking sites is compromising the protection of users’ data, a Cambridge University study says. The survey covered 45 global social networks, ranging from popular sites such as…
Sunday, 19 April 2009 14:45

Social Network Analysis Tips

More than 60 percent of organizations today are currently using some form of social networking tools. Yet, less than 2 percent of human resources professionals are familiar with the term…
“Only half of board members say their boards have responded effectively to the global economic turmoil. However, many corporate boards have adjusted their practices, and more want to do so,”…
Sunday, 19 April 2009 14:43

Compensation Issues In These Lean Times

As organizations continue to tighten their budgets, HR managers need to practice greater diligence with compensation management, which has one of the most profound impacts on a company’s bottom line.…
Sunday, 19 April 2009 14:42

Getting Early Returns From Your Talent

Engaging employees early in their career with a new company is essential to employee satisfaction, retention and performance. Onboarding made its mark within talent management in 2008, and data collected…
Sunday, 19 April 2009 14:38

Recession-Proofing With E-learning

In tough economic times, those who can create more results with fewer resources — as e-learning can do — will win. However, convincing your senior management team to adopt and…
Thursday, 26 February 2009 03:47

Government Personnel Perplexed by E-learning

According to a recent survey created by Adobe, a large cross-section of government personnel participate in some kind of e-learning, and nearly 45 percent of those last fall said they…
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