Effective Distance Learning Pedagogy In Developing Countries

In some developing countries, distance learning is in the same classification as self-study programs, where content serves as didactic material for learners to study on […]

(The Right) Learning Modalities To Deliver Digital Learning: Part 3

Research tells us that asynchronous and synchronous online learning elements serve different purposes. In this article, I’m going for a deeper dive into the use […]

4 Things To Consider When Optimizing The Self-Paced Course Experience

We often speak in terms of boosting performance when it comes to eLearning. For self-paced courses to be truly effective, we need to talk more […]

Ghana's Educational Institutions Operating Distance Learning Programs

National emergencies, like the COVID-19 and others yet to come, are indicators to alert us for proper planning and implementation of a robust distance learning […]

6 Reasons Competency-Based Learning Helps In Bridging Your Employee Skills Gap

Companies usually seek to invest in meaningful employee development. This is why they opt for competency-based learning, maximizing the full potential of their workers. In […]

Balancing Interaction And Learner Autonomy In LMS-Based Courses

Learning Management Systems provide prime opportunities for self-directed learning, but solo learning can cause learners to disengage. However, interactions with instructors and/or other learners are […]

Online facilitation

As part of my work, I’ve often spoken and written about what it takes to manage or facilitate an online course. Whether it’s a short, […]

3 Digital Body Language Tips You Must Focus On Right Now

It's 2020 and the focus is about going digital and moving meetings and training online; read from Jo Cook to learn about tips on just […]

5 Ways Self-Paced Online Training Empowers Your Learners

More and more online learners prefer taking control of their own learning, in contrast to traditional classroom structures. Self-paced, on-demand online training has made its […]

Missing The Mark: Learning Must Step Up... Or Step Out

Many practitioners continue to miss the mark and miss opportunities to show learning can make a measurable and positive difference. Don't believe me? Here are […]

Training That Employees Want? What A Novel Idea!

According to Corporate University Xchange, a Learning and Development research company, less than 18% of internal training is on topics relating specifically to an employee’s […]

Is Asynchronous Engagement Sustainable? MoodleNews EdTech Labs Review

Baiba Avota (2018) “Assessment of distance learning quality criteria for continuing education of medical practitioners” Society. Integration. Education. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference, May […]

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