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Mass Customization of Learning: Necessity or Luxury?

Training and development in most organizations is based on a popular “one size fits all” phenomenon, where customized training is viewed as a threat to organization’s ROI.  The “one size fits all” idea is very well received in today’s corporate culture … Continue reading

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Pushing the Envelope: Hot Training Trends to Look for in 2013

    As the New Year is rapidly approaching, you may be interested in learning about the trends that are expected to influence training and development in 2013. The following reports will give you an overview of what to expect … Continue reading

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A Learning Theory You Can’t Afford Not to Know: Self-Regulated Learning (Part 2)

Pintrich’s Model of Self-Regulated Learning Unlike Zimmerman’s model, Pintrich’s (1999, 2004) model examines self-regulatory strategies using a well-known questionnaire (i.e., Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire, MSLQ) that was developed by Pintrich and his colleagues (Pintrich, Smith, Garcia, & Mckeachie, 1993). MSLQ is very well received by the … Continue reading

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My Experience at the 2012 Sloan Consortium Blended Learning Conference and Workshop

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Three Categories of Studies that Every E-Learning Professional Should Know – Part 2

As discussed in Part 1, research examining effectiveness of online and face-to-face instructions fall under three categories.  In this post, i will analyze a few empirical studies in each of the categories. In doing so, you will have a better understanding of … Continue reading

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Three Categories of Studies that Every E-Learning Professional Should Know

In this blog i am going to critically analyze students’ academic performance in online and face-t0-face learning environments.  Research examining the effectiveness of online technology on students‘ learning outcomes has grown dramatically in the past few years. Generally, research in the effectiveness of … Continue reading

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