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Understanding People is the Most Important Thing in eLearning Design

Understanding People is the Most Important Thing in eLearning Design | Presentation | Scoop.it

"Effective eLearning design also must incorporate this foundation of good design. Our courses have to acknowledge the habits and tendencies of the people interacting with the course so the learning becomes relevant, lasting and useful to the learner. 


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Sue Hellman5's curator insight, October 2, 2013 12:11 PM

10 great things to put on your office wall and keep in mind when yuou design online learning experiences. (courtesy  Irina Ivliyeva)

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Learning Mobile Learning - Felix Jacomino - Mobile Learning Experience 2013, Tucson, AZ

Learning Mobile Learning - Felix Jacomino - Mobile Learning Experience 2013, Tucson, AZ | Presentation | Scoop.it

5 years ago, our small school wanted to make sure its students’ learning was unparalleled....

 

Ignite Presentation at #mobile2013 http://mobile2013.org/


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Fishtree Education's comment, September 18, 2013 5:23 AM
Thanks for sharing!
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5 Ideas for Using Google Presentations with Students (*Bonus Videos Included) ~ Caitlin Tucker, Honors English Teacher

5 Ideas for Using Google Presentations with Students (*Bonus Videos Included) ~ Caitlin Tucker, Honors English Teacher | Presentation | Scoop.it

"I love using Google presentations! I use Power Point or Keynote when I present, but the collaboration feature and ability to easily publish Google presentations to the web make it my presentation tool of choice when working with students.

 

"That said, students need to know how to begin a Google presentation. I love creating video tutorials for my students walking them through new routines online. I record short screencasts of online procedures, especially if students are completing work outside of class. I use Quicktime on my Mac or Screencast-O-Matic on a PC to do my screen recordings, then I upload them to my YouTube channel!"


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