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A Salute to George Pruitt, Online Learning Pioneer and Adult Learner Advocate

Posted by Brian Sorenson on Jun 20, 2017 1:22:54 PM

Topics: Best Practices, Trends in Higher Education, Adult Learning, The Growth of Adaptive Learning

Today, online learning is ubiquitous. According SR Education Group’s Guide to Online Schools, there are 23,342 unique programs from online schools, encompassing more than 130 distinct subjects from the associate to doctoral level. Given the increased number of adult students, who would naturally be attracted to online courses for the convenience they provide, the precipitous growth of e-learning is unsurprising.


New Study Reveals Most In-Demand Workforce Skills for 2017

Posted by Brian Sorenson on Jan 11, 2017 1:19:42 PM

Topics: Workforce Development, Talent Management, The Growth of Adaptive Learning

Some employee skills and attributes like timeliness, are in demand in any organization and in any industry. Yet as a business adapts to the changing demands of the industry in which it operates, so too will it set its sights on employees who possess unique new skills to meet them. This year, as workplace trends shape hiring, onboarding and upskilling procedures, it’s important to take a look at what some of those new workforce skills will be. To do that, HR Drive shares a recent study on the burgeoning demand for trending skillsets.


The Growth of Adaptive Learning

Posted by Scott Campbell on Aug 3, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Topics: The Growth of Adaptive Learning

The basic principles involved in adaptive learning are as old as education itself. Think of a student solving a math problem on the chalkboard while the teacher encourages him to consider the next step or find his error.