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5 Red Flags That Your Online Training Seat Time Is Too Long For Modern Employees

By nature, online training courses should be brief. But length is relative, so how do you know when you’ve over-stretched your corporate learners? In this […]

Idaho's public colleges pick platform for online course-sharing - Emily Bamforth, EdScoop

Idaho’s eight public colleges and universities are using a new platform to make it easier for students to browse online courses shared between institutions. The […]

Basement Dwellers To Center Stagers: Time For eLearning To Step Up!

eLearning is on top of your stakeholders' minds. Time for you to capitalize on this unique pandemic moment to address their preoccupations and the pressures […]

From ‘distress’ to ‘unscathed’ — mental health of UW students during spring 2020 - Sarah McQuate, University of Washington News

 “On an optimistic note, students are emerging with critical skills for learning and maintaining connectedness with peers over a distance,” Morris said. “These active coping […]

Interactive Learning Content In eLearning: How Effective Is It?

Before going ahead to the main topic of today, which is the effect of interactive learning content on eLearning, let me start by talking about […]

Increasing Student Engagement During Synchronous Online Classes - Neria Sebastien, Faculty Focus

Online classes can present barriers to traditional student engagement and learning, amplified by the actual distance between the learners, their peers, and the instructorConsequently, to […]

The What, Why, And How Of Needs Assessments

Organizations and talent development professionals use needs assessments to examine the gaps between current situations and desired business results. Here are our best practices. This […]

Considering Media Affordances When Designing STEM Hands-on Activities - Elena Chudaeva, Faculty Focus

 It is well known that hands-on activities are an inseparable part of the nature of science. Experiments allow learners to understand and engage in a […]

Is Free Worth The Cost? 6 Pitfalls Of Using An Open Source LMS Vs. Paid Solutions

They say there’s no such thing as free lunch. But what about free software … does using an unpaid LMS have any actual consequences? In […]

The Future of the Physical Campus - Doug Lederman, Inside Higher Ed

The vast majority of institutions plan to operate this fall more like they did in 2019 than they did a year ago, but that doesn't […]

Impact Of The eLearning Industry On Our Lives

The eLearning industry has seen rapid growth in the past few years. In this article, we will go through the evolution of eLearning since its […]

Recognizing and Overcoming Obstacles: What It Will Take to Realize the Potential of OER - Julie Irvine, Royce Kimmons and Jacob Rogers, EDUCAUSE Review

 Most educators believe that OER present benefits unmatched by traditional copyrighted resources, yet most faculty still don't use them and do not have any plans […]

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