The eLearning Nomad blog

The eLearning Nomad blog is authored by Anouk Janssens-Bevernage and occasional guest bloggers. Anouk runs the international e-learning company ‘DynaMind eLearning’ and the blog is a collection of reflections on her work and all things e-learning. Apart from developing the packaged e-learning commonly seen in this sector, DynaMind eLearning’s most visible niche is collaborative problem-based e-learning. Anouk has developed an eWorkshop model based on these principles. It is popular in sectors where learners’ own experience (and reflection/feedback on these experiences) as well as collaboration with peers should be an important part of the learning process. Blog readers who are interested in more detailed information about the eWorkshop model are invited to subscribe to a bi-monthly newsletter ‘eLearning Together’.

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Posts by The eLearning Nomad blog

Reflections on the ‘New Groupthink’ and lessons for asynchronous collaborative e-learning

I re-read Susan Cain’s ‘Quiet: the Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking’. According to this very well researched book, at least […]

4 myths on how to spice things up in online learning

How do we make an online course exciting? What makes people stay and do the work? We talk a lot about ‘engaging’ the learners, but […]

How do I know what e-learning approach is right for what topic?

You might have set up a webinar program because … well, everyone else in your sector is doing their training that way. And because the […]

Three essential components of participatory e-learning

Participatory means providing the opportunity for people to be involved in deciding how something is done. The term is mostly used in politics and training/education […]

Using an eWorkshop to initiate or enrich a community

One of our new clients, a small NGO with a wide network of local partners in Africa and Latin America is building an e-learning program […]

Don’t use the Moodle groups setting for online team work

When designing eWorkshops in Moodle, I never use the groups setting in forums. The ‘groups’ setting means that participants can only see the work done […]

5 words to avoid in e-learning for professional development

If you want your adult learners to run a mile from your course, ‘teach’ them content, call them ‘students’ and make them submit an ‘assignment’ […]

How a few easy tweaks can improve your online icebreakers

A new group is ready to start the e-facilitation workshop on Monday: 25 people from 17 different countries will learn together over the next 5 […]

Why I love working with e-learning sceptics

Two weeks ago, I was contacted by someone on the L&D team of an NGO. She said the organisation is aiming to add an e-learning […]

9 tips for successfully including peer collaboration in an online course

There are still many preconceptions regarding which types of tasks cannot occur online. Often when I ask new clients why they opt for a ‘blended’ […]

Can organisation-wide social networks capture tacit knowledge?

Most of what we do at work requires knowledge that can’t be captured into a 10 bullet checklist with clear do’s and don’ts. Often what […]

Learners’ own stories are more important than yours

I’m quoting Clive Shepherd for the title here (from his article ‘Engaging your learner – four dos and four don’ts’). I just love the way […]

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