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D2L’s Way: Lessons In Sustainable Elearning By The Longest-Running Company In The LMS Space Race

See D2L’s Kenneth Chapman at LMSPulse Elearning Success Summit. Sign up for free now — limited spots available. In the 2020s, D2L has one of […]

These Providers Are Ready To Set You Up With A Free Moodle Site

Providers of Moodle LMS services, including certified Moodle Partners, are doing their part by helping organizations and teachers make the definitive jump into online learning. […]

Fortnite Virtual Classroom? Online Learning Experiences Your Students Will Want To ‘Streambrag’ About (Updated)

Updated on March 26, 2020. Let’s give a definitive answer to the question that’s on everyones’s mind: Can Fortnite teach a full K-12 curriculum for […]

Get Started with xAPI, Part One: How to Write an xAPI Statement from Scratch

The Getting Started with xAPI in Storyline Tutorial Series, by Devlin Peck @devpeck, was originally published at devlinpeck.com. Check out Devlin at the LMSPulse Elearning […]

Unicheck Grants Free Access to Institutions Without Licenses to Help Them Transition to E-Learning

In response to the coronavirus outbreak, the Unicheck team has shared free access to their plagiarism checker till June 30. The trial will be granted […]

Speaking Of Gamified, Fully Immersive Online Learning Experiences, What Is The Minecraft Uncensored Library?

For those who are currently feeding their wild inspiration, and for whom this feel like the beginning of something more… In March 12, the Minecraft […]

Live Video Should Not Be Your Default Online Learning Experience

Like many foreigners working as teachers in China, James left the country for the holiday season in late December last year. Little did he know […]

Kids’ Reading Comprehension Is Worse on Screens, Study Finds

A recently published study found that 10-year-old students tended to score worse on reading comprehension tests when they took them on a screen versus on […]

Fend Off Facebook: What To Look Out For As Students Go Fully Online Permanently

Get ready for your learners to spend a lot more time in front of their screens, and the effects on their well-being. This could mean […]

How LMS And Other EdTech Are Readying The World’s Teachers For A Fully Online Transition

When things seem to be at a disarray, nowhere better to turn than towards those whose mission is to bring sense, order and a deeper […]

Could Your LMS Use A Little User Testing Love?

So you are in the planning team of a new brand LMS. Exciting! Whether it’s a brand new LMS, a radical upgrade, or an inevitable […]

Mobile Learning: Faculty See More Barriers than Uses

By Henry Kronk, eLearningInside News. This article was originally posted at news.elearninginside.com The costs and networks supporting mobile device use around the world have continued […]

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