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12 Winter 2016 Governement Elearning! Poor I.T. Disgusts U.K. Students New research shows that poor I.T. facilities are having a negative impact on university students in the United Kingdom. In a survey by AppDynamics, 63% of students cited poor software as a contributory factor in missed deadlines. It comes as no surprise that almost all students (96%) use at least one application to complete their studies. Most students (63%) use two to four applications on a regular basis. Yet 68% of students say complex resources and substandard virtual learning environments impact negatively on their learning. A signifcant proportion (71%) had experienced technical diffculties with university applications. Almost two-thirds of students (63%) had missed assignment dead- lines due to poor university software performance, which was the most commonly cited frustration. Jeremy Duggan, EMEA vice president at AppDynamics, encour- ages CIOs to appreciate the role of software in developing students as brand ambassadors to attract further talent to their university. —More info: www.appdynamics.com/resources Call for Papers: Enterprise Learning! Conference Papers to be presented at the Enterprise Learning! Conference 2016 ELC16 conference features four distinct tracks supporting the theme "The Engaged Employee" "Consumerization of Learning Ecosystems: Enhancing the User Experience" "Best Practices of the Learning! 100" "Learning Technology at Work" ELC16 provides executives an engaged environment to network, share (ELC16) are now being solicited by the Elearning! Media Group, host of En- terprise Learning! Events. Submissions will be accepted until Feb. 1, 2016. of "Building Smarter Organizations." They are: >> >> >> >> and learn from leaders across all sectors. Coupled with cutting edge re- search, Learning! 100 award winners, and expert learning technologists. "Since 2008, the Enterprise Learn- ing! Events provide an highly engaged intimate conference where top global learning leaders can share advice and best practices with leading-edge technologists and colleagues," says Catherine Upton, conference chair and group publisher, Elearning! Media Group. Submissions should be made at: www.2elearning.com/rss2/item/56406- enterprise-learning-conference-call-for- papers. GP STRATEGIES CORP. and FUTURE WORKPLACE have entered into a strategic partnership to provide a new set of leader- ship offerings under an initiative called Future Workplace University — the corporate training arm for developing employees around the concepts of the Future Workplace. This innovative series of programs is designed to help executives, managers and individuals develop strategic solutions to address the challenges impacting workplaces in the coming decade. The impetus for the creation of Future Workplace University (and the source of much of its curriculum) comes from the groundbreaking work of author and workplace futurist Jeanne C. Meister and her executive develop- ment frm, Future Workplace. More info: http://futureworkplace.com/ our-network/. The New Zealand-based training and recruitment specialist BLOOM TRAINING AND RECRUIT- MENT is partnering with Docebo, enabling the latter to expand its presence in the Asia Pacifc market- place. Bloom also provides tailored training courses and learning materi- als via e-learning, blended learn- ing and face-to-face workshops. It believes Docebo has the most beautiful, easy to use, cost-effective and fully-featured blended learning platform on the market. WORKPLACE ANSWERS, LLC has acquired CLICK 4 COMPLIANCE LLC to create a comprehensive and engaging online compliance training library. Combined, the two frms create an organization that will offer more than 200 compliance-focused training courses translated in more than 30 languages. Combined, these frms have helped more than 2,000 clients meet their global compliance re- quirements. PROSITIONS, INC. has signed a multi-year agreement for the worldwide distribution rights of LEARNING COMMUNICATION's entire content library. Featuring diversity and inclusion training content, Learning Communications provides DVD, stream- ing video, and e-learning content for development programs in a variety of industries. The library includes topics such as diversity, inclusion, ethics, safety, affrmative action and more. Under a strategic partnership agree- ment between SAFETY MEDIA and EDTRIN, the latter will be responsible for the marketing and delivery of the former's training programs to global markets. It will also provide translation, localization and contextualization services. The Safety Media courses are expected to be available to Edtrin's customers from January 2016. Looking to innovate in the class- room, the Chicago campus of SAINT XAVIER UNIVER- SITY selected the CHRISTIE BRIO content-sharing platform to enhance its classrooms and transform the way students learn. In an effort to reimagine the tra- ditional classroom, Saint Xavier created three "learning studios" at its Chicago campus. Complete with café-inspired furniture, these studios encourage collaboration via three Brios installed in each of the smaller studios, and four installed in the large studio. Each Christie Brio is connected to either a 65-inch or a 75-inch fat-panel display. Deals Trend lines

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