2016 | Alelo | Alelo and First Mobile Education Partner to Bring Advanced Virtual-Education and Training Solutions to Canada | Page 2
  • Feb 24, 2016

Alelo and First Mobile Education Partner to Bring Advanced Virtual-Education and Training Solutions to Canada

Alelo Inc. has partnered with Canadian e-learning leader First Mobile Education to bring virtual-education and training solutions to New Brunswick and the rest of Canada. E-learning solutions to benefit New Brunswick by helping students and workers acquire vital skills for the 21st Century global marketplace.

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  • Feb 04, 2016

TD Magazine features Alelo’s Experts on the Issue of Perspective-Taking Across Generations

Alelo’s CEO W. Lewis Johnson and applied anthropologist Asya Anderson have teamed up to discuss the importance of perspective-taking skills in the latest edition of TD Magazine. Using the tools of social science, they tackle the issue of communication in a multigenerational workforce, and provide solutions for working across generational divides.

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  • Jan 13, 2016

Alelo and USC Institute for Creative Technologies Announce Partnership to Co-develop Disruptive Learning Technologies

Alelo Inc. and the Institute for Creative Technologies (ICT) at the University of Southern California have partnered to co-develop highly effective, economical virtual role-playing learning technology that teaches competency, communication and collaboration across generations, cultures, mindsets and organizational levels. Virtual role-playing (VRP) provides personalized learning interactions with artificially intelligent, computer-based characters programmed to teach, challenge,…

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  • Jan 13, 2016

Individualism and Collectivism

When my friends in Mexico migrate within the country, they always go to places where they have family or townspeople. Even if they’ve heard that jobs are more plentiful elsewhere, it’s better to have a network. The community can get you a job, they tell me. In fact, the community is practically obligated to get you a job. The community is obligated to do anything within its power to support its members.

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