Online Quizzes are Here to Stay

As human beings, we’re drawn to sources and research that tells us where our values lie, who we are, and what we need to reach […]

What Type of L&D Guru Are You?

Learning and development pros come in all shapes and sizes, and often from very different backgrounds from an instructional design and even philosophical standpoint. But, […]

The Evolution of Biological Diagrams for Instructors

The ability of students to think abstractly and formally is one of the major challenges instructors have faced over time. This is true across all […]

More than “Syllabus Day”: How the First Day of Class is an Opportunity to Connect

Today more than ever we are competing for our students' attention within the world of unfolding events. We are instructing across a variety of platforms […]

Academic Integrity in the Age of Online Learning

Cheating is nothing new, and with internet access and the move to online learning, the opportunities to act without academic integrity have become more readily […]

How to Build a Simple Digital Learning Strategy that Works

Getting started with digital learning can be deceptively simple. Buy some online content, put the content into a platform, then market it to your audiences […]

CREATE-ing Together: Using Perusall and the C.R.E.A.T.E method for increasing reading comprehension and analysis of primary literature

Combining the C.R.E.A.T.E .method with an online annotation and discussion tool like Perusall can empower students to confidently participate in conversations and amplify more voices […]

3 Types of self-paced online courses that could work for your business

Whether you’re a small business owner looking to reach new audiences or an online entrepreneur that is just starting out, creating an online course is […]

Top 5 scenario ideas for awesome SBL courses

As people are turning to online courses for knowledge, upskilling, and personal development, among many other reasons, instructors will most likely see a spike in […]

Sharing Student Research on Google Sites with Creative Commons

One of the great things about a project-based course is that students can bring fresh, creative angles to the standard topics in a field. Unfortunately, […]

9 eLearning Content Types and When to Design Them

Where to start? What type of end product is required? What is even feasible in the project’s time frame and… Read More

DEEPER ELEARNING DESIGN: PART 1 – THE STARTING POINT: GOOD OBJECTIVES

This is the first post in a series of six that covers Deeper eLearning. The goal of this series is to build upon good implementations […]

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