Pretty much everyone in the world of eLearning is familiar with the term of MOOCs - Massive Open Online Courses. Here's 10 articles about it.
When the brain needs a boost, the checklist is there to jog the memory. Let’s make the checklist electronic AND have it link directly to additional information that supports each step. It puts everything an employee needs to complete any task at his fingertips.
A look at three factors which may be affecting your learning, and how to combat them to get the most from your study sessions.
It is very important that a researcher can justify why he/she undertook the study. After conducting the study, he/she should also be able to justify his/her results in light of theories and previously done literature which may be similar to what he/she did.
Tired of having developers come to you with questions? Time to get proactive with your eLearning Design! follow the link to use this eLearning Design checklist.
Here’s a common scenario: I “quickly” look up something on Wikipedia, and hours later I have 47 tabs open as I delve into tangential aspects of the topic.
In around 90% of the elearning projects I’ve been involved in, it was the SME who first identified there was a problem in the business that needed solving. That’s why they made the face-to-face training, manual or powerpoint that attempted to address the issue in the first place.
Whatever the tool, the purpose of the backchannel might be to break down the one-way street of didactic delivery by creating an additional and multi-way channel of communication.