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Books24x7 Book Review: Unwrap the Future of Learning

By Julie Ogilvie

Nick Van Dam has long been one of the most forward-thinking and enthusiastic proponents of technology-enabled learning. As the CLO for Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, he’s had the opportunity to see hundreds if not thousands of corporate learning programs in action, and he’s worked directly with corporate executives to understand exactly what it is they are looking for.Read more

What’s your organization’s “Outward Facing” social media strategy?

By Jim Zimmermann

There are two main categories of enterprise social media – inward facing for interaction among employees, and outward facing for interacting with customers, business partners and the general public. Inward facing social media tools include SkillSoft’s inGenius, which facilitates social learning and collaboration.Read more

Latest Aberdeen Report on Social Learning Available

By Pam Boiros

As you’ve read in a variety of previous posts, we’ve been writing about social learning in general and SkillSoft inGenius on Books24x7, our digital books product, specifically.  The Aberdeen Group just published a Research Brief entitled “SkillSoft inGenius™: A Strategic Response to the Future of Learning”. Read more

Innovations in Learning: e Learning Comes of Age at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

We are pleased to bring you the first of a new series of guest blog posts written by the winners of our 2010 Innovations in Learning Awards.  We recognized these customers in an award ceremony on May 19, 2010 at our Perspectives conference. Read more

The 5 C’s of Social Learning

The 5 C’s of Social Learning

In a just published report on leveraging social technologies for learning, Josh Bersin & Associates makes the case that the big win here is putting “we” into learning.

By that, they mean that social technologies can help us transform e-learning from a largely solitary virtual classroom experience to a communal journey where users can learn from one another as they progress through the subject matter.Read more