Here we are presenting some infographics design kits for you that you can download and use for free. With the help of Infographics, you can easily and effectively represent financial data, workflow and processes.
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The Tin Can API (sometimes known as the Experience API or xAPI) is a brand new specification for learning technology that makes it possible to collect data about the wide range of experiences a person has (online and offline). This API captures data in a consistent format about a person or group’s activities from many technologies. Very different systems are able to securely communicate by capturing and sharing this stream of activities using Tin Can’s simple vocabulary.
A critical piece in efficiency of an eLearning lesson or an eLearning course is the flow control. Do you let your learners choose their own path to learning- potentially missing out on key information in the process? Or do you dictate the steps- sacrificing flexibility for the visibility of the... http://elearningfeeds.com/flow-control-in-elearning-from-here-to-where/
I have to admit that I didn't quite say everything I wanted to in my last blog. In fact I think that there are three roles in Online Learning, the third role being those who learn. Here again I find that there are so many titles given to those who learn, no doubt these have... http://elearningfeeds.com/the-rules-of-elearning-learners-need-to-learn-how-to-learn/
Use this local plugin to import user enrollments and group assignments from a delimited text file into the course. New user accounts will not be created, so each of the users listed in the input file must already have an account set up in the site. It also provides a way to make group assignments based on meta-course enrollments.
Traditionally, when a face-to-face student requested a sign language interpreter or other assistance, individualized accommodation arrangements were made through institutional channels.
With the advent of online courses, however, the concept of accessibility has emerged. In contrast to the reactive, customized approach of accommodation, accessibility means proactively identifying and removing as many barriers to instruction as possible—before a course is ever opened for registration.
While some argue that building in accessibility is prohibitively expensive, recent lawsuits are driving more and more institutions to view accessibility as a requirement rather than a luxury. Unfortunately, making an online course accessible is tough—unless you’re familiar with traditional print techniques.
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So what is the choice activity in Moodle? It allow teachers to post a single question with multiple pre-determined responses in which student will select one answer from the list of choices. There may be no right answer as you can use this to:
1. get feedback on your course delivery
2. gauge the students understanding at the end of the lesson
3, make sure that students are on track
4. decide on what to do next with feedback from students
5, get students to vote on what they would like to do
6. engage and allow student participation
7. Introduce a before and after lesson questions using choice
8. as you can limit the number of people choosing a certain choice, you can use this to allow students to sign up to courses or activities with limited seats (first come first serve)
9. use a video or podcast with the choice activity
10. election tool, student union election, club election for different posts
11. selecting a team or group to join, again limiting the number of students can select the team, allows students to form their groups by choosing the team to join.
12. research tool, post your research question and get instant result