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8 Types of Memory … to Remember!

Memory is the essential brain function that allows us to develop a sense of self, to store memories, to reason, to understand, and of course […]

Online learning: 6 types of interactions at play

Learning and teaching involve several forms of interaction between different actors. An interaction is defined as “a reciprocal action or influence of two things, two […]

Number of the month

Basing themselves on the principles of cognitive psychology, researchers at the University of Melbourne have recently developed a new typeface to help us better remember […]

A holistic model for student evaluation in online courses

Elearning does not automatically make for better learning, nor does it necessarily guarantee superior learning outcomes. Many scholars have observed that a considerable amount of […]

Assessment Practices and Students’ Approaches to Learning: A Systematic Review

Student Approaches to Learning (SAL) differentiates between student learning objectives/ behaviors that are focused on the memorization of course content (surface approach) or the construction […]

[IN DEPTH ANALYSIS] The importance of emotions in learning

Not so long ago, it was thought that learning was a strictly rational process in which emotions did not have a big role. This belief […]

4 emotions of learning

Both teachers and learners could benefit from knowing the types of emotions that are most often present in learning. Firstly to be able to tame […]

[WEBINAR] Turn an ordinary PowerPoint slide deck into an engaging online course

Take a look back at one of the webinars delivered by our Integration Manager, Michael Cerantola, on how to turn an ordinary PowerPoint slide deck […]

4 challenges for education in the digital revolution era

Until recently, the teacher and the school held the “monopoly” of disseminating knowledge. That was before the revolution of the social Web (2.0) and information […]

Number of the month

The McKinsey Global Institute has estimated that work activities equivalent to 15% (400 million) of full-time employees could be automated by 2030 in the midpoint […]

Sync or swim: getting comfortable with synchronous elearning

Just smile and don’t let them smell your fear.  This is what I had been telling myself precisely 2 minutes and thirty-seven seconds before leading […]

12 tips for adult-friendly online training

As one of the pioneers of adult education, the American Malcolm Knowles was the first to develop an educational model based on the characteristics of […]

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