As we kick off another exciting year at Blackboard and on the Next Level Learning blog, we wanted to take a look back at 2011 to see which posts our readers liked the most. Here is a list, in no particular order, of our most popular blog posts from the past year:
Capella U – A Case Study on For-Profit College Online Learning: A blog post examining one school’s successes in implementing online and continuous learning for its students.
Blackboard Learn for Sales Launch: An announcement of our exciting partnership with salesforce.com for the ultimate integration of sales and training!
What Will Army Learning Be Like in 2015? Online and Mobile: Soldiers will soon be utilizing smart phones, tablet PCs, and other online and mobile technologies as a part of their training. In this post, we discuss the advantages these capabilities will bring to the US Army by the year 2015.
5 Myths about Informal Learning: How should professional educators define informal learning? And how can informal learning impact results across your organization? We explore these and other questions in this much-discussed blog post.
Infographic: Online Students vs. Traditional Students : A blog post featuring an infographic that highlights the fast-growing trend towards online and blended learning across institutions of higher education.
From my perspective, these top posts show that our blog generates interest on a wide range of topics, from ways to enhance sales training to thought leadership on informal learning. But are there any topics you want to see more of on the blog in 2012? What types of posts interest you most? We appreciate any feedback you have on the Next Level Learning blog, so please feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments section below!