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A discussion of the future of e-learning by Craig Weiss. Presentation includes data and insight. Craig has been identified as the fourth most influential person in the world for e-learning.

A discussion of the future of e-learning by Craig Weiss. Presentation includes data and insight. Craig has been identified as the fourth most influential person in the world for e-learning.

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    Future of E-Learning Future of E-Learning Presentation Transcript

    • By Craig Weiss, CEO, E-Learning 24/7
    • E-Learning Today and Beyond E-Learning As the industry for learning 2013E-Learning As an Industry 2020
    • Where are we heading 2020 95% E-Learning, 5% ILT. 2017 Interactivy sweeps the media center, apps, emerging tech, what else? 2014 Mobile and Video are drivers, Talent grows but does not surpass, here app! 2013 HTML5 on the rise, Video debuts, One stop shop starting to appear
    • Authoring Tools The Masses • Avatars, Templates, Easy, Limite d • Layers, Triggers, Appearance • Sims • Gamification • HTML5 output Instructional Designers • Advanced functionality • Sims and Beyond • APIs • Emerging Technology • No Limits
    • Learning Management Systems You call them APIs, Vendors call them the future of personalization Leaderboards, Incentive points, Badges – will it suffice? Modern, Easy to Use, Vendors wake up Why go elsewhere to get what you need? It is all right here..except for… 2014-15
    • Learning Management Systems – IS NOT DEAD Rumors continue  580+ systems  Consolidation is less than .0025%  Many people are not looking for talent management as a component  Forget what people think they are hearing, look at what is happening
    • Boiling Point Concerns  Human Capital Management systems assumption in E-Learning  Vendors avoiding the “LMS” name, even though it is a streamlined system  Talent Mgt as the driver, not the supporter  Synchronous based learning being seen as interactive  MOOCs – free doesn’t mean better 100% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 2013 2014
    • Tick Tock 2020 Here we Are Continues to grow, Social stagnant, Gamification arrives Tick 2013  Year of Personalization It’s all abut the buyer Tock 2014  Arriving to a location Media centers at your home, on the road, but watch out, nothing is easy as you think Tick 2015 Emerging Takes Hold Technology drives the market More LMS vendors become early adopters Tock 2017 Finally! E-Learning is the requirement, ILT is not, where do we go? Tick 2020
    • Questions & Answers