Docebo Versus Grovo: Battle of the Online Learning Platforms

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Source : www.foxbusiness.com
Auteur : Juan Martinez
Date de l’info : 27 décembre 1999

Online learning platforms typically come in two specific varieties—tools designed for training companies, and tools designed for companies that manage their own in-house training. Beyond that massive distinction there are dozens of other less important elements you need to consider …

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Will Your E-Learning Be Ready for the Future?

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Source : www.clomedia.com
Auteur : Deb McMahon and Laurent M. Jean-Marius
Date de l’info : 29 août 2016

CLOWith the rapid growth of e-learning comes an exponential rise in the number of tools, technologies and flavor-of-the-month market trends that appeal to chief learning officers looking for ways to weave new tools into their development strategies. Consequently, the information …

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Learn about IT, security and hacking online for free

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Source : www.techworm.net
Auteur : Kavita Iyer
Date de l’info : 2 août 2016

positive-side-of-hackingThe term ‘hacking’ is much more than using software to brute-force a password, or hiring a botnet to launch DDoS attacks against a website for the fun of it or cracking your media streaming kit to download shows for free. …

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Coursera rolls out first course on cryptocurrency for free

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Source : www.econotimes.com
Auteur : EconoTimes
Date de l’info : 8 août 2016

cryptoCoursera, a venture-backed educational technology company that offers massive open online courses, has introduced a free course on cryptocurrency, titled ‘Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies’ that will begin from September. According to the course website, the course will focus on understanding …

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3 Ways to Use MOOCs to Advance Your Career

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Source : hbr.org
Auteur : Walter Frick
Date de l’info : 26 juillet 2016

BooksThe vast majority of people who sign up for a MOOC—a massive open online course—never complete it. More than 50% consume less than half of the course’s content. This is wrongly viewed as evidence that MOOCs don’t work, that people …

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With Genius Teacher, Advitiya Sharma aims to make education more adaptive for teachers and students

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Source : yourstory.com
Auteur : Harshith Mallya
Date de l’info : 2 mai 2016

Advitiya-SharmaFor the education system to run smoothly, both students and teachers need to be on the same page and the teaching methodology needs to evolve constantly with time. The worst case scenario of what could happen has been well portrayed …

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Online degrees could make universities redundant, historian warns

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Source : www.theguardian.com
Auteur : Richard Adams
Date de l’info : 17 avril 2016

OxfordOxford, along with all other universities, faces an “uncomfortable future” unless it embraces online degrees and draws up plans for raising billions of pounds to go private, according to the university’s new official history. The book, to be launched by …

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MOOC and learn: The university with 35 million students

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Source : www.techradar.com
Auteur : Jamie Carter
Date de l’info : 14 avril 2016

Micro-targeted online ‘MOOC’ learning is becoming increasingly relevant. Speaking to the New York Times in February 2016, AT&T’s CEO and Chairman, Randall Stephenson, said that people who don’t spend five hours a week online learning will make themselves obsolete. He …

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MOOCs and higher education: evolution or revolution?

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Source : blog.oup.com
Auteur : John Daniel
Date de l’info : 26 avril 2016

Crowd_MoocsFour years after the MOOCs craze began, where are we today? MOOCs provide a good example of our tendency to overestimate the significance of innovations in the short term whilst underestimating their long-term impact. The early predictions of a revolution …

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High MOOC completion rates in developing countries

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Source : www.universityworldnews.com
Auteur : University World News
Date de l’info : 21 avril 2016

363-itok=uBkUW7HRDeveloping world learners use massive open online courses, or MOOCs, very differently than their developed world counterparts, according to a new study by University of Washington researchers in the United States. The research shows that the low completion rates and …

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