Don’t attempt to convert e-Learning to m-Learning – they’re different.


Recently I participated in a LinkedIn discussion started by one of the Learning and Development Managers in my LinkedIn Group – The eLearning Guild. The question raised by the member was – “What are the key challenges in developing e-Learning content for mobile devices?” If you want to participate in the discussion, here is the way to go. Here are….

Predictions for 2010


In response to this month’s big question on LCB – e-Learning implementation and usage of different upcoming platforms is at different adoption level in different regions, and hence it becomes difficult to generalize how 2010 will pan out for our industry. I have thus categorized my thoughts on geographical basis. India – Skill Development Programs – Many government bodies at….

Learning Never Stops


December’s question on Learning Circuit Blog is “What did you learn about learning this year”. Well the most important thing I learnt this year – World Never Stops Learning. Here are some of the things that stand out for me from 2009 – Recession didn’t turn out be that bad a word after all – Due to recession, year 2009….

Learning Through Social Networks


Learning Circuits big question this month is on how to figure out value of social learning, and how do we encourage people to see it as an alternative training medium. But hasn’t learning been always a social activity? From school to the workplace, the avenues of learning have always been through interaction. The closer the interaction, more effective is the….

Opportunity in Adversity

The LCB’s Big Question of the month is “What is the impact of the economy on you and your organization? What are you doing as a result? Here is my response – Impact on me: I personally seek opportunity in adversity so I am very optimistic about this phase. Since I am one of the key shareholders in an eLearning….

A New Perspective to eLearning Prediction for 2009

In response to this month’s question on LCB –   There is not much to predict when recession is written on the wall – It is rather etched there in BIG & BOLD. This is particularly true when my area of interest is business prediction- and today it can be predicted in one word i.e. “RED”. Though there is an….

Putting Learner Back Into Learning


This month’s LCB question is – What would you like to do better as a Learning professional? My answer – I want to do a better job of putting learner back into learning, whose interests are often the first casualty when there are significant timeline pressures, or when client has low appreciation of the value e-learning brings on to the….

ROI Analysis Tool, Serious Games, e-Learning 2.0 – Some of the things to look out for in 2008


I think 2008 will be an exciting year that will mark some interesting changes in corporate HR strategies and social learning phenomena. If we look at some of the recent trends – one is the evolution of Web 2.0 and its increasing fusion with the e-Learning tools that broadly include mobile learning, wiki, blogging, podcasting and synchronous tools (including white-board,….

US Economy and e-Learning in 2008


Here are my views in response to January’s Big Question from ASTD – One of the leading e-Learning forecasts suggests that current size of the US market alone is close to $10 billion. Market has shown consistent growth over last 5 years. Forecast also suggests reasonably good growth for next 4-5 years (the entire forecast period). In my views growth….

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