Fundamentals of Great Course Design

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Fundamentals of Great Course Design
A recap of a presentation on the fundamentals of great course design, given as part of the BILD speaker series.
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E-learning localization and translation services

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E-learning localization and translation services
Leading e-Learning development company offers elearning translation, localization and custom content solutions. View Demo!
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Appreciation for Virtual Producers

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Appreciation for Virtual Producers
My thanks to Virtual Producers everywhere! Where would we (virtually) be without you?
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The Importance of Aesthetics in Serious Games

By BottomLinePerformance on from www.theknowledgeguru.com

The Importance of Aesthetics in Serious Games
Aesthetics are a huge part of the game play experience. If the game doesn’t LOOK appealing, then players won’t want to play even if the game has a great game goal and rules. Conversely, a game that may be “just okay” from a game play perspective can be elevated by strong aesthetics.
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Exploring the layers of social learning

By cpappas on from elearningindustry.com

Exploring the layers of social learning
We used to live in two worlds: the workplace, which was a formal and restricted environment, typified by moderated messages and codified behaviours that fitted within defined parameters of 'acceptable', and then the social world, which was unrestricted and expressive, ranging from conversations in the pub to heated debates about politics, religion and which cocktail to order next. These worlds were separate, colliding only at moments of misjudged intra-office relationships and the alcohol-fuell
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6 Ways Instructors Embrace Learning Management Systems

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6 Ways Instructors Embrace Learning Management Systems
It is easy to say that software makes online learning possible, but this does not take into account the people behind successful training.
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Discussing the revised Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing

By Questionmark on from blog.questionmark.com

Psychometrician Austin Fossey writes a post about the upcoming release of the next version of the Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing, which is the authority on requirements for good assessment design and implementation, and which has not been updated since 1999.

Which Standards are changing, which are reminding the same, and why is all this happening now? Check out the blog post to find out more from Austin: http://bit.ly/1kEkZm
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The Pedagogy of Learning Design: A Translation of Pedagogies

By insynctraining on from blog.insynctraining.com

The Pedagogy of Learning Design: A Translation of Pedagogies
In this first, post in a series of five titled The Pedagogy of Learning Design, we explore social, teaching, and cognitive presence.
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