Tag Archives: blended learning

E-Learning News – Best of the Web – iPal Edition

Here are some of our favourite news stories and blog posts from around the e-learning industry. Continue reading

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iPal Partner Showcase – Sprott Professional Programs at the Sprott School of Business

iPal Interactive is pleased to announce their recent partnership with Sprott Professional Programs at the Sprott School of Business. Continue reading

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The Evolution of the Learner

With the ever-changing way we use the internet and social media tools to function in all aspects of our lives, how can businesses ensure they not only create a cost-effective training program, but create courses and programs that are relevant to the way people learn today? Continue reading

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2010 – A Year in Review

Where did 2010 go? It seems like only yesterday we published our first blog post introducing the world to iPal and our team. As we get set to ring in the New Year, we want to take some time to reflect on the great year we had at iPal. We want to hear from you. What are your plans for the upcoming year?
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Article: The Harmonization of Learning Approach Systems

There is an ongoing debate around instructor led versus self led learning approaches and the advantages or disadvantages each system brings to the learning environment. Is one method better than the other? Both approaches bring their own host of benefits and drawbacks in … Continue reading

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