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Source : www.hrmagazine.co.uk
Auteur : Becky Frith
Date de l’info : 6 juillet 2015
E-learning suppliers should consider multiple learning styles when developing packages, according to assistant HR director at Durham University Mark Crabtree. “Within a group, you’ll have those who easily hook on to the theory, some will want to be reflective and … Lire
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Source : www.businessbecause.com
Auteur : Seb Murray
Date de l’info : 23 mars 2015
As business warms to online learning, the Silicon Valley start-ups behind Moocs are pushing further into the lucrative field of executive education. The developers of Moocs – massive open online courses – have been reaping havoc on traditional education models … Lire
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Auteur : John A. Byrne
Date de l’info : 28 janvier 2015
What makes a great manager? That question has seemingly launched more books than dating and cooking…combined! Fifty years ago, you just hoped your boss had competence and character (with some latitude on character depending on their numbers). Now, you watch … Lire
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Source : www.wired.com
Auteur : Alan Todd, Corpu and Dr. George Siemens
Date de l’info : 14 janvier 2015
In 1996, Bill Gates declared that “content is king.” Gates was talking about the Internet, and the publishing, creating, and accessing capabilities that came as a result. However, the same has been true in education for a very long time. … Lire