Monthly Archives: June 2014

Let Go and Replace Very Old LMSs that Do Not Support New Learners and Business Needs


Ray Jimenez, Ph.D., Chief Learning Architect, Vignettes Learning 

Date: Thursday, June 12, 2014
Time: 10 AM Pacific / 1 PM Eastern (60-Minute Session)

Can’t attend? Register anyway.  
We’ll send you the recording and materials after the event.


Cost: $0.00


Session Description

Sometimes discarding or letting go of seemingly efficient LMSs which significantly fail to meet business needs, provides a fresh start and changes the game to produce far better returns. Studies have shown that companies are systematically changing LMSs into newer and better suited learning systems to support newer learner needs and business demands.But how do you make the assessment if it’s time to make the change? How do you avoid the risks and implement far better solutions?

In this webinar you will learn:

What are […]

By |June 5th, 2014|Categories: Learning Management Systems||0 Comments

For Gmail: Making encryption easier to use

Making end-to-end encryption easier to use
Your security online has always been a top priority for us, and we’re constantly working to make sure your data is safe. For example, Gmail supported HTTPS when it first launched and now always uses an encrypted connection when you check or send email in your browser. We warn people in Gmail and Chrome when we have reason to believe they’re being targeted by bad actors. We also alert you to malware and phishing when we find it.

Today, we’re adding to that list the alpha version of a new tool. It’s called End-to-End and it’s a Chrome extension intended for users who need additional security beyond what we already provide.

We recognize that this sort of encryption will probably only be used for very sensitive messages or […]

By |June 5th, 2014|Categories: Data Privacy||0 Comments

Patient Engagement dissected…

The purpose of the Engagement Behavior Framework is to present a realistic and
comprehensive picture of what individuals must do in order to benefit from the
health care available to them. Specifying these behaviors allows the public and other
stakeholders to understand the magnitude and scope of the challenges people face
in finding and using safe, decent care. This framework provides a basis for concrete,
measurable expectations for individuals’ behavior that should guide the reorientation
of care toward patient-centeredness. It constitutes the first step in an effort to track
and monitor engagement in the nation and among vulnerable subgroups. Better information
about who does and does not perform each of these behaviors will allow
stakeholders to make strategic decisions about the kind of information, guidance
and support that are […]

By |June 4th, 2014|Categories: Engagement||0 Comments