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Sharlyn Lauby’s Three Learning Trends

In response to TrainingMag.com’s recent industry report, Lauby sees the probable increase in training expenditures as an indication that training will continue to be a major focus for organizations. More importantly, organization will have to actively engage participants and create [...]

DevLearn’s Content Curation

In the event you want to catch up with everything that happened at the eLearning Guild’s DevLearn conference this week you don’t have to read through a ton of blogs and tweets. It’s all aggregated here and David Kelly has [...]

Welcome!

Welcome to the New eLearn! I’m thrilled to be coming on board as Editor in Chief.  We’ve worked hard to identify ways of keeping the best of the last 10 years while looking for new areas of focus and ideas [...]

What Were eLearn Magazine Readers Reading in 2010?

It is always fascinating to see what our readers read and the end of year is a particularly good time to observe and reflect. Homepage Best Practices Stephen Downes’ ever-popular E-learning 2.0 Research and Case Studies Tutorials (This category no [...]

What Does Michelle Everson Learn from her Online Students and other Insights

Michelle Everson joined eLearn Magazine as a monthly columnist after writing some of our most popular articles. Her first column is Why Should Educators Blog? She joins our regular columnists Roger Schank and Bob Little as well as those who [...]