Best Plagiarism Checker as Part of Game-Based Learning

Best plagiarism checker is a useful tool for checking papers originality and assessing students. It has become an integral part of a modern education process. […]

Learn, Retain, And Succeed

Previously, I addressed the different ways in which people learn best. I referenced the VARK guide to different learning styles, designed by Neil Fleming. He […]

Why Sleep When You Can Drink Coffee?

As I am sitting in my office trying hard to not fall asleep, I am realizing I didn’t get enough sleep last night.  If you […]

Why Sleep When You Can Drink Coffee? (Part 2)

Sleep is one of the biggest mysteries … why do we need it? Although we still can’t really answer that question properly, scientists have made […]

Why Sleep When You Can Drink Coffee? (Part 3)

My two previous blogs discussed both coffee/caffeine and sleep, to an extent, and the way they operate individually.  Now let’s address an important question regarding […]

The Devil’s in the Details: Quality Control and User Experience

New post The Devil’s in the Details: Quality Control and User Experience on Obsidian Learning. Do you like music? Have you ever been listening to […]

Frustratingly Effective Learning

I worked on a particular course that had it all: pre-work, an individual practice activity, and then a live event assignment that drew on the […]

When Misused Buzzwords Attack

Interactive Immersive Innovative/ Creative/ Different Effective Fun All of the above These words get thrown around a lot. Frankly, it troubles me when they’re used […]

Using the Retail Education Model for Effective Learning

When it comes to effective learning in an online setting, many organizations and companies are asking themselves, “Where do I even begin?” Because eLearning has […]

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