Threat to national sovereignty set to go down May 22-28 at WHO World Health Assembly

The World Health Organization is attempting a power grab’ — quietly setting up a single globalized response to all future pandemics As previously reported at LeoHohmann.comthe deep state predators in the US and Western governments have decided the world needs a centralized pandemic response controlled and run by the United Nations World Health Organization via … Read more

Generating Leads For Your eLearning Solution In The eLI Directory

Generate More Leads For Your eLearning Solution In The eLearning Industry Directory Listing your eLearning solution in the eLearning Industry directory helps you connect with your target audience. However, there are ways to generate even more leads and boost conversion rates. For starters, you can add PPC to your directory listing to optimize performance. Geo-bidding … Read more

If the CDC’s Mask Mandate Is ‘Necessary for the Public Health,’ Why Didn’t the DOJ Seek a Stay To Restore It?

After a federal judge vacated the federal mask mandate for travelers last week, the Justice Department waited two days before filing an appeal. It said an appeal was contingent on whether the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) thought the mandate “remains necessary for public health.” On Wednesday evening, the CDC confirmed that, in … Read more

STUDY: Vaccinated Up to 15X MORE LIKELY Than Unvaxxed to Develop Heart Inflammation Requiring Hospitalization: Peer Reviewed Study

A new study out of Europe has revealed that cases of heart inflammation that required hospitalization were much more common among vaccinated individuals compared to the unvaccinated. A team of researchers from health agencies in Finland, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway found that rates of myocarditis and pericarditis, two forms of potentially life-threatening heart inflammation, were … Read more

Is Your Team Ready For Virtual Learning?

Can Virtual Training Break Down Your Remote Working Roadblocks? This article is part of a series on overcoming remote working challenges by building learning experiences that are based on solid learning science. What you are about to read is a fable. The company, AshCom, is fictional, but the learning challenges faced by Kathryn, AshCom’s CLO, … Read more

Prof. Michael Dorf (Cornell) on Florida’s Repeal of Disney’s Special Government District

I put up some tentative thoughts on the subject Friday, and Prof. Dorf (DorfOnLaw) did as well today. He leans in favor of concluding that the repeal is unconstitutional (because it is in retaliation for Disney’s political activity), but agrees that this is a difficult question. If you’re interested in the controversy, you should definitely … Read more

The War In Ukraine Through A Peer’s Eyes

A Ukrainian Shares His Perspective With Colleagues Misha’s email comes in around 12:30 am my time, Tuesday night. It’s been hours since we zigzagged through our first interview: a sprawling discussion of Russian history, the future state of the war, imperialism and propaganda, the looming refugee crisis—multiple tentacles, each its own set of stories, volumes … Read more

Localization: How To Adapt Your eLearning Course

eLearning Localization: Adapting Online Courses eLearning localization is the process of adapting an online course for learners in a specific geographic location. Less than 20% of the internet population understands English, yet only a fairly limited number of online courses are available in foreign languages. Localizing your content can help you reach learners in fast … Read more