"In recent posts about keeping up with news and trends relevant to practice, we looked at harnessing social media in the form of portals for sharing slide presentations and curation sites for current awareness and webinars hosted by talented practitioners.
I suggest that if you don’t regularly refer toPinterest, or if your Pinterest experience is limited to personal style, party planning or recipe collecting, you are not leveraging and contributing to its powerful professional communities."
Before I start with this topic, I want to know your preference of audio: Do you prefer an eLearning course without audio? Do you prefer an eLearning course with complete audio (verbatim)? Do you prefer an eLearning course with partial audio? These are the three different audio preferences... http://elearningfeeds.com/audio-in-an-e-learning-course-part-1/
In a technology-driven world, today's learners use multiple computing devices during the course of a day - primarily for work, some learning, a lot of (Challenges Of A Responsive e-Learning Environment | http://t.co/tiIIXxEcni...
Effective Practice in a Digital Age: A guide to technology-enhanced learning and teaching updates the 2004 JISC guide to the pedagogy of e-learning, Effective Practice with e-Learning, by drawing on outcomes from the Design for Learning and Technology Enhanced Learning Environments themes of the JISC e-Learning Programme.
Today’s college students arrive on campus with an average of seven devices. Eighty percent of these students will carry and use a mobile phone during every waking hour of the day. So, how do you navigate all of this screen mayhem to reach students where they are…eyes to the screen? That’s the chal
The Top 10 eLearning Design Mistakes Infographic shows how you can can create excellent eLearning courses that provide maximum eLearning ROI on your training expenditure by avoiding 10 eLearning design mistakes. These eLearning design mistakes are:
No clear idea about the target audienceCluttered textUnclear navigationNo realistic scenariosIneffective narrationInformation without any specific needPoor selection or rapid authoring toolsPoor grammarIneffective learning objectivesInappropriate assessments.
You may also want to check The Ultimate eLearning Course Design Checklist where you will find a comprehensive “must-have” eLearning checklist for your next eLearning Course Design project.
There is a very great temptation to keeping things away from the learner, ‘until they are ready for it’. As online teachers it is our job to break the learning up into units that the learner can address in their own time and so we naturally analyse the learning in terms of its difficulty, hoping to lead the learner along the path of increasing knowledge. So how does the learner know where they are going?
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