Adult Learning with Technology

Focusing on the challenges faced by adult learners when using technology and eLearning and especially when returning to learning after a break.

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Using xAPI To Track The Effectiveness Of Your Responsive eLearning course

Another good article on the use of xAPI to collect learning analytics Experience API (or Tin Can/xAPI) is the new standard of tracking which takes […]

Using #H5P in #Captivate

Recently I’ve been developing templates and eLearning courses in Captivate 2017 and wondered if it was possible to embed a H5P component into a page. […]

Choosing The Best eLearning Template

Whilst I’m knee-deep in a new project developing new eLearning templates with Captivate, I found this article useful and pertinent to what I was doing! […]

H5P – New Content Type Image Slider and Accessibility Improvements – November 2017

H5P have released an updated to their plugins for Drupal 8, improved Accessibility with conformity to WCAG2.0 and new content types including an Image Slider. […]

5 Steps To Follow When Using An Instructional Design Framework For Your Online Courses

Instructional Design Framework For Your Online Courses: 5 Steps To Follow You’ve just landed your new job as an Instructional Designer, and you’re ready to […]

The Essential Skills To Becoming A Learning And Development Professional

Over the years I’ve been asked how I got into eLearning and Instructional Designing. I’d always wanted to teach and when the opportunity presented itself […]

Essential Elements Of An Effective eLearning Template

As I look at developing a new eLearning template for where I work, I found this article to be really useful. Sharing as I hope […]

2018 MUA Committee – Being Elected

I wanted to personally congratulate a good mate of mine, K Scott Huntley on being elected into the Moodle Users Association for 2018. As an […]

Should Successful Instructional Designers Be Subject Matter Experts Too?

I came across this eLearning Industry recently and it grabbed my attention. For me, it’s always hard to find someone with both the system / […]

Planning eLearning Projects

It is said that if you fail to plan, then you plan to fail. So how exactly do you plan a successful eLearning project from […]

Making Blended Learning Work

  Blended learning incorporates a variety of ways to deliver learning materials and activities, and selecting delivery approaches is part of the instructional design process. […]

Pulling Data Back from the LRS: Correlation for Analysis

I recently came across this article by Anthony Altieri that provides some great tools on how to retrieve data from the a LRS. Read the […]

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