Tag Archives: e-learning

Taking Flight

An edtech CEO discusses why learning is personal, and what he’s doing to help others. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Henry Ryan came from a lower-income family and often struggled at school. He was fortunate to get the help that … Continue reading

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Lively Learning

Janhavi Padture of Harbinger Knowledge discusses use of characters and avatars in online training INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero One common pain point in online learning or e-learning has always been the near-absence of human touch. With learning and development … Continue reading

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Empowering Learners

Mastery and adaptive learning with Anand Karat  INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero By the mid-2000s, in some corners, the e-learning industry was being perceived as an unexciting and unfashionable method of learning for the majority. “A highly fragmented industry, where … Continue reading

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Dollars & Sense: Funding e-Learning for K-12

GUEST COLUMN | By Renee Patton Unprecedented budget pressures are forcing K-12 schools across the nation to think differently about how to deliver learning and discussions about how to use technology to do this are at the forefront. The good … Continue reading

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Interview | Joshua Blank: Open Sesame Unlocks Learning

Joshua Blank and his co-founding partners created OpenSesame after 10 years in the e-learning business, working with learners, professional associations and companies that connect their employees to learning and development programs. They discovered that one of the largest roadblocks preventing … Continue reading

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