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Extending Online Learning to Mobile
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Universities and businesses have always been expected to structure current information into a curriculum and make it interesting for students and employees. But never has the role demanded such a heightened level of technological expertise with the added pressure to attract and retain students and employees who are bombarded by countless digital distractions via mobile devices.

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Making Online Group Learning Effective

When organizations start down the path of online learning, there’s often an initial attraction to self-paced learning—and for good reason. Self-service courses, JIT (just-in-time) training, and adaptive learning are efficient and effective methods to help individuals.

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Doing More with Less

As you consider transforming existing print or live training to eLearning a natural tendency is to also reduce budgets to reap the “savings” of eLearning. That may certainly be appropriate in some cases, however, it’s important that you think strategically and make smart decisions in order to maximize the budget you have.

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How Is Business Learning Evolving?

One interesting emerging trend in education is how shifting business needs are driving changes in learning institutions. In this article we’re going to explore some of the driving forces that are shaping business education needs, and what businesses themselves, and the organizations that support education for business are doing to address those needs.

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When Personal and Professional Lives Intersect

Monarch Media is pleased to be collaborating with Arizona State University’s REACH Institute to create an evidence-based online program for bereaved families. The Resilient Parenting in Bereaved Families Program was initiated by Irwin Sandler and Sharlene Wolchik, and was recently featured in Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy.

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Researching Attention Spans

There is plenty of media coverage these days about the erosion of attention spans among kids and adults alike. One famous Microsoft study showed human attention span has dropped from 12 seconds in 2000 to just 8 seconds in 2015—blaming the 25% drop on our “digital lifestyles.”

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