Over the last decade, many associations slowly started to transform their offerings, so some (but rarely all) of their education, certification and test prep became available online via an LMS. Meanwhile, many for-profit continuing education providers were born in the digital age.
Working hand-in-hand with machine learning (ML) algorithms, AI is an enabling technology that simulates human intelligence and to enhance learning, problem-solving, pattern recognition and predictive modeling.
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Unlike a paper-based certification, a digital badge is embedded with relevant “metadata” such as the badge title, description, date earned, issuer, recipient, expiration date and even specific details about the work submitted by the recipient.
LMS gamification is not just a design philosophy, nor is it just one tool, it is an expanding collection of human-centered LMS capabilities that virtually any organization can leverage to increase engagement for their unique audiences, learning objectives and business requirements.
Those learning and development organizations that did try to launch the social LMS components found quickly that making social learning successful is much more difficult than buying it and turning it on.