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5 steps to leveraging Big Data in eLearning


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  March 27, 2017

  by raccoon


Big Data, from the aspect of eLearning industry, is the whole diversity and amount of data created by the learner’s activities while undergoing the training. Quite recently, most of this data was usually lost, due to the technological limitations of the eLearning results evaluation. However, thanks to the constantly evolving ...

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Open edX Eucalyptus hotfixes and new features released February, 2017


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  March 17, 2017

  by raccoon


Open edX Ficus release must be deployed on Ubuntu 16.04, due to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS expiring April, 2017. Therefore, Open edX Eucalyptus installations are here to stay for long, at least until some procedure of duplicating  their content to Ficus is developed. Thus said, all currently deployed Open ...

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Creating personalized learning for employees


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  March 14, 2017

  by raccoon


Personalized learning is one of the buzzwords of the education industry in total and online learning in particular. However, it is not a shiny concept to talk about, it is a tool of the trade that helps skyrocket the educational outcomes in corporate training. In this blog post we explain ...

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Your courseware is pirated… and shared. Is it truly bad?


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  March 10, 2017

  by raccoon


Nearly 99% of torrent sites’ content is a pirated intellectual property, meaning that competitors can download it and distribute under their name. For example, there was a scandal with copyright violation on Udemy back in 2015. eLearning authors face the choice — trying to deploy top-notch content protection technology for ...

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