Here’s a common scenario. Someone emails and asks about an elearning tutorial I have on the blog. It’s not always easy to find the specific tutorial buried in a given post. In fact, there are many times I either forgot that I had created that tutorial or I can’t recall where it’s at either. I know. It’s part of getting older.
Today I am going to fix that. I have listed every blog post that has a video tutorial that shows how to create something related to online learning. So, if you’re just getting started with building online learning courses (or new to the blog), now you have a handy resource with links to all sorts of rapid elearning tutorials.
Right now you’re looking at a website. Okay you’re actually looking at a computer which is displaying a website. Stop being so picky.
So what actually goes into the creation of a website? Into the actual running of the Internet itself? I’m not talking about the people wfriting the content or designing web pages, etc. I’m talking about the hardware that it takes to keep your favorite sites and LOLcats humming right along on the Internet superhighway.
Thanks to an infographic by Broadband Choices, it’s now easier to understand the mess system behind each website. Enjoy!
Les compétences clés définies comme un ensemble de connaissances, d’aptitudes et d’attitudes sont considérées comme nécessaires au développement des individus dans une société basée sur la connaissance.
Kids love having the opportunity to learn online but it’s not merely the medium or the technology that students enjoy. At the recent iNacol Virtual Schools Symposium I listened to high school students who have experience learning this way as well as teachers who have experience with these students, share some advice for making this type of learning even better.
Here is their advice as well as suggestions for tools that teachers can use to heed this advice.