Category : distance-education

Can E-Learning Be Elite? One Startup Thinks So

E-learning is, no doubt, moving closer to the education word's mainstream. Cash-strapped public universities are moving more and more classes online, and many private schools offer entire degree and certificate programs over the Web. Late last year the state of Idaho became the first in the nation to require high school students to take at least some courses online.

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E-Learning is Closing the Achievement Gap. Right?

Technology is changing just about everything, including the way we learn. From free online classes to high-quality Internet connections that let experts share their knowledge across vast distances, the future of education and training is certain to look very different than what we've been accustomed to.

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A Tech Tool That Puts Employees and Customers to the Test, from The New York Times (3/31/11)

A Tech Tool That Puts Employees and Customers to the Test, from The New York Times (3/31/11)

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Two Takes on the Future of Workplace Learning

What's on the horizon for learning and development technologies over the next few years? At Brightwave’s recent Learning Technologies 2011 Exhibition, a group of trainers, training managers, and other learning and development pros offered up their best forecasts. A few highlights from live audience polling:

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