All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘learning’

Here’s Your Chance To Learn Google Tag Manager

Here’s Your Chance To Learn Google Tag Manager

Google has a new training course available for marketers, analysts, and developers aimed at teaching them about Google Tag Manager and how it can simplify tag implementation and management. It’s the latest addition to the company’s Analytics Academy learning program. Google launched Tag Manager back in 2012 as a way to consolidate the various tags you may use for your …

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Geenio Makes Course-Authoring Easier For Organizations

Commissioned News Story (Source: Geenio) A lot of modern organizations are already using some form of e-learning technology for employee onboarding, training, performance, and assessment initiatives, but online training courses often don’t live up to the needs of instructors, trainees, or purchasing managers. Geenio, which makes course-authoring tools for organizations, is trying to change that, and has built what it …

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Does iPad Impact Children’s Learning Curve?

While researchers scramble to determine whether it is good or bad idea to allow children to use iPad’s or similar touchscreen devices for extended periods of time, many children already have access to the devices and can navigate them quite well. Some researchers have an inclination to generalize what they know about television watching and apply it to our touchscreen …

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Software That Senses Human Emotions

Emotion-sensing computer software that models and responds to students’ cognitive and emotional states – including frustration and boredom – has been developed by University of Notre Dame Assistant Professor of Psychology Sidney D’Mello and colleagues from the University of Memphis and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. D’Mello also is a concurrent assistant professor of computer science and engineering. The new technology, …

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eBooks Are Beginning to Replace Textbooks in the Classroom

Technology has forced changes in the role of textbooks in education, and e-books have been gaining popularity, along with standard textbook rental. Companies like Chegg rent both standard textbooks and e-textbooks, and Amazon’s Kindle Store claims students can save up to 80%, as well as designate the length of the rental. Two of the most popular e-book readers are the …

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