The Rants – Marketing Buzz and ..

I was enjoying my day. The sea of Cortez appeared to sparkle as boats moved across her calmness. Then, it happened.  A hurricane? No.  A cruise ship allowing their customers to hurl bottles into the sea? No.  A press release from an LMS vendor that stated something not so accurate, but accurate enough. I admit I am hedging here trying the best way to say “yes, while parts of it is true, other parts are misleading,” because, it gives an impression of something – that anyone would think it. Course Marketplace as “System includes and or offers content” This is … Continue reading The Rants – Marketing Buzz and ..

LMS Administrator Hiring – What you need to know to find the right 1

Back in the 90’s (I think), there was “Where’s Waldo” books and stuff like that.  Find “Waldo” was the rage. He was this dorky looking guy with a striped sock on his head (ok, it was a long knit hat) and you had to look for him on each page with lots of other folks on it too.  I always wondered how awesome it would be to have a page where he isn’t anywhere on the page, and have readers constantly looking for him.  Ha, that would have rocked. The funky thing about Waldo was on each book page, there … Continue reading LMS Administrator Hiring – What you need to know to find the right 1

What if…..? (E-Learning)

I’m a huge fan of history. Especially those “what if” scenarios that explore the other side of historical changes.  Most folks know the usual, “What if Germany had won WWII”, but lesser folks might ask what if “The colonies never broke away from England,” or what if “bazooka bubblegum created a taste profile that lasted more than thirty seconds.”  In this post, let’s take a look at “what if” scenarios, some which are likely to happen, some of which could, and some of which won’t even though perhaps it would actually be better. What IF e-learning platforms incorporate/use blockchain? You … Continue reading What if…..? (E-Learning)

How To Improve Your Employee Onboarding Process In 5 Simple Steps

Does your organization have a process for new employee onboarding? How do you make sure you collect every form, provide all credentials, and assign the […] The post How To Improve Your Employee Onboarding Process In 5 Simple Steps appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading How To Improve Your Employee Onboarding Process In 5 Simple Steps

How to Proactively Protect Against Workplace Violence

What Is Workplace Violence?Workplace violence has become a huge topic of discussion in the U.S. When we think about workplace violence, we most often think […] The post How to Proactively Protect Against Workplace Violence appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading How to Proactively Protect Against Workplace Violence

What Should Business Leaders Know About Microaggression?

What Are Microaggressions?In today’s business and social climate, it’s important for business leaders to be well-informed on topics related to harassment and discrimination. One area […] The post What Should Business Leaders Know About Microaggression? appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading What Should Business Leaders Know About Microaggression?

Selecting a Learning Management System (LMS): Reporting for Learning Administrators

One of the prime responsibilities of an LMS administrator is to communicate how learning programs have positively affected your business. And you simply cannot do […] The post Selecting a Learning Management System (LMS): Reporting for Learning Administrators appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Selecting a Learning Management System (LMS): Reporting for Learning Administrators

Myths and Legends – Learning Systems

In the mid seventies, as a child, my folks went up to the area where the Lincoln County war was (i.e. Billy the Kid territory).  At a restaurant there, upon checking out, they had an enclosed area with artifacts.  One of them, was according to the restaurant, Geronimo’s finger.  Now, to me as a kid, it looked like a tootsie roll.   They told me, it was his finger.  How they got it, never said, or at least I think I never asked.  Looking back, I still think it was a tootsie roll hardened from the 50’s. I still believe … Continue reading Myths and Legends – Learning Systems