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Using Videos in Online Courses | LearnDash

Using Videos in Online Courses | LearnDash | Online Learning | Scoop.it
Today more than ever using video is becoming incredibly easy. Video sharing sites make it painless to embed and format a video to your specific needs into a webpage – and if you are using WordPress for your website, ...
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This post explains why videos are a good way of presenting information and how long they should be.

 

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Google to partner with online learning collaborative edX to help build software - Boston.com

Google to partner with online learning collaborative edX to help build software - Boston.com | Online Learning | Scoop.it

Google will help develop online software for edX, the Cambridge-based free online education collaborative created by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, officials announced Tuesday.


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Summary of Quality e-learning: Designing pedagogically effective web based environments for enhancing student online learning in higher education.

Summary of Quality e-learning: Designing pedagogically effective web based environments for enhancing student online learning in higher education. | Online Learning | Scoop.it

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Ana Cristina Pratas's curator insight, March 3, 2013 10:45 PM

There are numerous ways in which online learning environments can be utilised based upon the instructional and pedagogical needs. The development of instructionally effective online learning environments that meet these pedagogical needs require the application of appropriate instructional design principles. However, Greening (1998) argued that “… generally, instructional designers either do not always appear to take advantage of the hypermedia technology, or do so without pedagogical foundation” (p. 2).