ATD 2016 Insights: Part 1 of 3

ATD 2016 Insights: How to Speed Date Top LMS Vendors

ATD 2016 Insights (Part 1 of 3) By Joy Church Millard, Sr. Editor, Expertus As we know from being learning industry professionals, there’s no better way to learn than collaborating with your peers and thought leaders. And this year’s ATD International Conference & Exposition didn’t disappoint! I’ve compiled my top finds for new learning tips…

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Bringing Learning to Learners: 3 Ways a Cloud LMS Delivers

By Tina Shibue, Product Marketing Director, Expertus In today’s digital work world, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the nonstop stream of incoming demands and distractions. On any given day, we juggle scores of passwords, hundreds of email and text messages, and multiple mobile and desktop applications — not to mention various operational business systems of record. Yet when we need…

Mobile Learning + Gamification: Postcards From the Edge

By guest contributor Katrina Baker, Technology director ATD LA & author of LMS Success Mobile. Is there any bigger technology trend in business — especially in learning? With a workforce that is constantly traveling, and millennial employees demanding instant access to training and performance support, mobile innovation is helping learning organizations adapt. But these new opportunities also bring challenges. What should learning professionals keep…

LMS ROI: New Math for Modern Learning Technology

By Tim Armstrong, Senior Vice President of Sales, Expertus You’ve done the research. You know the facts. You believe a modern, SaaS-based learning management system is a smart move for your training initiatives and your organization’s bottom line. But it takes more than conviction and positive word-of-mouth to get buy-in from your stakeholders, business units and…

Tin Can Chronicles: xAPI Facts and Fiction

By learning technology consultant, Craig Weiss, E-Learning 24/7 Editor’s Note: For years, learning organizations have sought better ways to understand and improve how people engage and interact with synchronous and asynchronous training content. However, they’ve struggled with tools that are proprietary, complex and limited in scope. Now, a surge in content and device innovation is fueling renewed interest in tracking, analyzing…