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eLearning has become a key adjunct to the business world. Organizations use it as a powerful strategy to better leverage their intellectual capital. Trends in several distinct arenas influence and shape elearning�s growth. The first trend deals with issues of technology infrastructure . The ubiquitous availability, scalability, and interoperability of information technologies make elearning a viable alternative for even small, geographically remote organizations. Second, increasingly complex, competitive workplaces need information for workforce performance ...
The latest category of software to be defined (or redefined, depending on your perspective) is 'social software', or tools that enable social networking. The key difference between this and groupware or other collaborative software is that the networks self-organise from the bottom up. Blogs and instant messaging are a perfect example of this. According to Eva Kaplan-Leiserson of Learning Circuits, learning networks in organisations can and do follow a similar model, a phenomenon she dubs 'we-learning'. ... Read More
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