Month: April 2011

eLearning, The Better Deal (part 2)

Returning to this subject on exactly why eLearning is growing in not only implementation but relevance – there has been a recent surge in studies comparing eLearning to traditional instruction which, overall, help justify the initial expense and commitment to eLearning solutions. As a nice introductory compilation, Karl Kapp has short PDF here including; • […]

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Adobe CS 5.5 announced

Adobe has departed from their usual Creative Suite release cycle to announce CS 5.5, shipping in early May. There are some speculative reasons for this new model – i.e. “it’s about money”, and that may well be a part of it. But Adobe has made some significant improvements to several CS components that are really […]

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eLearning Aggregation

While we refine the follow-up to the previous post, here’s a quick announcement – we’ve been contacted by Dr. Karrer of the ‘eLearning Learning‘ site to link up with his new improved site. Tapping into the traffic his blog generated, he’s expanded the site to be more an aggregation of all such ‘eLearning’ oriented sites. […]

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