Do You Get “It”? E-Learning Assessments

This post is provided by guest blogger, Kylie Mussay, graduate student at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois, MS in Training and Development.

Facilitation of assessments after an elearning course are vital in seeing if the learning outcomes for the course were achieved. Elearning Industry, an online resource for all things elearning, pinpoints their ideas of creating a successful elearning assessment in Continue reading

To play or not to play that is the question…..

This post is provided by guest blogger, Kim Wilson, graduate student University of St. Francis, Joliet, Il., MS Training and Development program
Gaming has become one of the largest on-line interactive venues among our population. But, can it be used as a source of learning? In a recent article, author Jurica Picak (2017) provides the reader with some insight on why gamification is a great benefit to Continue reading

Are You Using These Tech Trends?

This post is provide by guest blogger, Penny Jones, graduate student at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Il., MS in Training and Development program.

Technology is continually advancing. How advanced is the technology you are currently using in designing e-Learning courses?  This article explored four technology trends that can evolve e-learning courses.  While the initial cost of technology might be high, the

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Here and Now Learning!

This post is provided by guest blogger, Kim Wilson, graduate student University of St. Francis, MS Training and Development program

Should all schools incorporate classroom technology into their teaching curriculum?   In the article “Technology in the Classroom, It’s Not a Matter of ‘If’ but ‘When’ and ‘How.’, the author, Alice Armstrong (2013) provides the reader with some practical reasons on Continue reading

Are you ready for the takeover?

This post is provided by guest blogger, Keeona Jordan, graduate student at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, MS in Training and Development program.

Technology has been a growing industry over the past few years and is a field that is continuing to grow. This article explored several ways technology will continue to expand and what things the learner can look forward to in the next few years that will Continue reading

AI: It’s learning from us, so we better learn it!

This post is provided by guest blogger, George Skerritt, graduate student of the University of St. Francis, MS Training and Development program.

In very much the same way market research is conducted and improved through the evaluation of search engine behavior and demographics, educators can harness the power of AI as part of the learning and development process.  Continue reading

Is Gaming Crossing Paths with E-learning?

This post is provided by guest blogger, Victoria Kral, graduate student at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, MS in Training and Development program.

Universities have been using e-learning on learning management systems for years and now with the advancement of technology, they are able to branch out into training videos with gaming. We are a society that seeks instant gratification and with the Continue reading

Learning theory drives learner personalization

This post is provided by guest blogger, Katie Sachs, graduate student at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, IL, MS in Training and Development program.

Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is making today’s corporate learning management systems (LMS) into adaptive learning platforms that can help training and development professionals better serve their diverse learner populations – which include Continue reading

Is Social Media the New Medical School?

This post is provided by guest blogger, Kylie Mussay, graduate student at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, MS in Training and Development program.

E-learning technology and social media have become a platform for increasing engagement with online learners. A study by Bialy and Ayoub (2017) found that medical students and their course instructors used social networking sites (SNS) to enhance Continue reading

The Future “Face” of eLearning???

This post is provided by guest blogger, Sheana Graham, graduate student at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, MS in Training and Development program.

There are many different ways to provide training to adults in today’s society. Today, online learning and eLearning have become two very popular alternatives to traditional education. Social media has become just as popular as eLearning has over the past 20 Continue reading