InReach has just completed its most successful year since I joined in 2012. The success we experienced in 2016 was a byproduct of the growing relationships we have with you, where we collaborated to make our professional goals a reality. I hope you share my assessment that 2016 was an outstanding year and I thank […]
They say it’s the small things in life that count and this is certainly true for the online education world. Something as simple as number of clicks from here-to-there can win or lose a customer. However, thanks to website analytics, tracking when potential participants leave a website due to frustrating navigation can be determined.
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My company is a leading provider of technology and services that enable online continuing education (CE). From that perspective, you could assume a bias towards certain kinds of CE. On the other (less cynical) hand, I have been exposed to a tremendous amount of online professional continuing education over the years. From this perspective, I […]
As a product guy who has experience with startups, SaaS companies, and large technology companies I have come to realize there are principles in this “IT world” that would translate well to the world of online education. Whether you are creating your first eLearning program or looking to take a continuing education program online consider […]
Recently I saw this infographic from Bersin by Deloitte, HR specialists, which dissects the modern learner. While they were focused on learners in a corporate environment, their findings are applicable across industries and provide great insight into the challenges that those focused on professional continuing education encounter.
Today’s work places are fast-paced ever changing environments that […]
Now, this blog post might wander down into the weeds of technical specifications, but it is definitely worth explaining how InReach’s implementation of SCORM compliance is unique to the world of Continuing Education (CE) and how the implementation ensures certification standards are met.
As you know, most on-line CE requires participation and/or the completion of tests […]
This is one of the easier questions about SCORM to answer. If you run an on-line CE program and are concerned about learner engagement and satisfaction, SCORM courses will be invaluable to you.
SCORM offers higher levels of interactivity compared to other course content formats. SCORM provides the ability for learners to navigate each course in […]
Considering that SCORM has existed for a number of years, why is it only now becoming a hot topic in the world of continuing education (CE)? Again, if we look to the history of both SCORM and CE the answers become clearer.
The last blog explored how SCORM was developed out of the training needs of […]
One of the hot topics in on-line continuing education these days is SCORM. In fact, the term is being so commonly used that it runs the risk of becoming just another acronym tossed around without true comprehension of its meaning. So now is a good time to focus on SCORM, understand what it means to […]
As I wrap up this series on Build vs Buy, there is one more topic to explore, strategic planning. It goes without saying that if you are thinking of building an online continuing education management system (CEMS), you are already convinced of the member benefits and are committed to providing the best user experience.
Part of […]