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What is contextual learning?
Contextual learning is a strategy involving presenting information in the right context and in a way that suits the learner to improve on the learning process. It enables the learner to draw from the context of the information he [...]
Bealink, the Spotify of Digital Learning
You probably already know about the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). This practice consists of bringing your personal device (tablet, smartphone, pc) into the work environment. Consequently, it applies even far beyond computer hardware. A large number of B2C [...]
What is a Learning Record Store (LRS) and why are they useful?
Before attempting to answer this question, it is worth recalling what a Learning Record Store (LRS) is. An LRS, or Learning Record Store, is a database used to store all the information in your learning ecosystem in xAPI format. [...]
Learning Experience Platform (LXP), Learning Management System or both ?
Whether LRS, LMS, LEP or LXP, the world of Digital Learning is populated by many acronyms. This article is the first in a series dedicated to becoming familiar with this plethora of acronyms. It will deal with the differences [...]
The advent of Learning in the Flow of Work
Learning in the Flow of Work is a strategy for integrating digital learning experiences and content into productivity environments. Explanations. New technologies that change the paradigm Drawn by GAFAMs who invest heavily in IOT, in AR/VR/MR, [...]