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‘Modi’fying e-learning Industry of India

India is currently reliving the post-independence era, well, almost. The Prime Minister is set to revolutionize every trade, every industry. Being undoubtedly one of the most tech savvy Prime Minister the nation has seen, he is striving hard to use the medium of technology extensively as a part of the solution. And the immature e-learning

Everyday Learning in Healthcare

Healthcare is one critical area where learning something new every day is essential and almost mandatory for everyone involved – doctors, nurses, administrators and auxiliary staffs. Unlike in other professions, the difference in having the right knowledge is a matter of life and death. A better trained nurse or a well-informed doctor literally means more

Transforming Corporate Training – Part II

In the previous article we discussed the challenges and requirements of the modern organization to create well trained, knowledgeable employees. This article will explain how those challenges can be largely overcome through adopting new methods of learning and training and how we can leverage technology effectively to achieve those goals. The new rules of the

Technology in Education

What Should Education Systems Focus on in the Future? In the not too distant future, we will live in a world that will be far more connected and interdependent than we are today. Broadband connectivity, data storage and availability of access devices like tablets and laptops will be common. Information and content are already freely

The Knowledge Tree – Making Learning Easy

Learning always takes place from the known to the unknown. A child can only understand things that it can directly relate to. For example, seeing a ball and learning it is a ball comes first. Then showing that the ball can “bounce” and showing what that means. The child is able to remember this and

Transforming Corporate Training– Part I

Corporate training as we know it today is mostly an obligatory chore, a boring task mandated by HR or management. For the most part, it is just a check box in the HR list to complete 40 hours of annual training. It is also something that often requires complex logistics, travel and high cost to

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