If you’re like most business professionals, you’ve heard of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Most companies are prepared for the new regulation but if you haven’t put plans in place, time is running out.
Considerable change is the only true representation of consistency, in part, thanks to a rapid acceleration of technology and innovative thinking — so in this post we’re counting down the top 5 Human Capital trends that are making the Human Capital landscape of 2018 such an exciting space. Read on to explore how the future emerging leaders will make their mark.
Access to online learning resources has triggered a revolution in classroom settings from K-12 all the way up to postsecondary institutions. eLearning is no longer a simple byproduct of the age of information and access to the internet, it’s become an invaluable resource to educators and classroom teachers, harnessing a new model of knowledge sharing wherein students now possess the tools to learn at their own pace.
This article is a summary of “How Learning Analytics Can Improve Corporate Training”, a webinar conducted by our Director of Product Management, Stewart Rogers.
Moodle’s flexibility and powerful features make it a valuable tool to improve your company’s productivity and the overall growth of your organization. Let’s explore three ways you can adapt Moodle to maximize your company’s operations.1) Hiring and Interviewing with Moodle
Did you know you can use the Moodle learning management system to make money? Universities, private colleges, technical institutes and all kinds of private online learning providers can offer courses commit a lot of time, effort, and money into developing their online learning programs, increasing the amount of pressure on learning departments to either become cost neutral, or turn a profit. Moodle helps this process by allowing education instituties to offer their online courses – even entire online learning programs – at a profit.
One of the benefits of online learning with Learning Management Systems is that it provides students the flexibility to learn online and take quizzes from home — but it also makes cheating much easier. Educational institutions and industry certification authorities continue to face the problem of cheating on tests. Common solutions can be proctored exams, authentication, identity verification by proxy, and code of conduct warnings. Despite these preventative measures, whether you administer learning in a traditional classroom or through online education, there will still be a few learners who will attempt to manipulate the rules.
We're looking at the key cost differences between closed or proprietary solutions, and open source solutions such as Moodle or Totara LMS.
It’s an undisputable fact that online learning has been a disruptive force in the face of traditional, corporate training methods. Despite this, it is most effective not when it’s used as a replacement for face-to-face learning, but supplemented with it. In fact, access to online learning tools has spurred outcome-improving innovations meant to enhance face-to-face training.