eLearning – What I Wish They Told Me…
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With eLearning being so popular now, many trainers and college faculty are learning to teach their first online class. Read on and hear from Dr. Greg Williams, UMBC ISD Program Director. eLearning Resources Abound! Today a number of great resources are available to beginning online teachers. These eLearning resources range from blogs and websites dedicated […]

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Scenario-Based eLearning: What it Is and Why it’s Important

Connie Malamed, blogger at the eLearning Coach, recently interviewed Ruth Colvin Clark, PhD, for a podcast that explored topics related to scenario-based e-learning. What is scenario-based learning? In the podcast, Dr. Clark started off with providing a definition of what exactly a scenario is. While she said scenario-based learning has several names and definitions, she […]

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6 Ways to Design Effective eLearning Courses
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To design effective eLearning courses, one must pay special attention to the nuances that can make or break a learning environment. A critical component to a successful course is one that is well-designed in terms of being engaging, practical and easy to navigate. For a course to be effective, students must be interested and motivated […]

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Viewpoint: mLearning and Today’s Schooling

Written by: Zane L. Berge, Ph.D. Over the past two decades, mobile devices have transformed not only the way we communicate, but also the social and business landscapes generally. It is difficult to pick up an educational journal or read a blog on education without reading something about mobile devices. There are many case studies […]

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