How can we develop e-learning that respects adult learning principles?

Repost and update from ’Can we develop e-learning that respects adult learning principles?’ (November, 2013) Many adult learners consider the packaged e-learning modules offered by […]

5 words to avoid in e-learning for professional development

If you want your adult learners to run a mile from your course, ‘teach’ them content, call them ‘students’ and make them submit an ‘assignment’ […]

5 words to avoid in e-learning for professional development

If you want your adult learners to run a mile from your course, ‘teach’ them content, call them ‘students’ and make them submit an ‘assignment’ […]

Learners’ own stories are more important than yours

I’m quoting Clive Shepherd for the title here (from his article ‘Engaging your learner – four dos and four don’ts’). I just love the way […]

Earn the privilege to train your learners

Are you one of the many people who are now automatically blocking advertisements in your browser? In fact, I’ve been blocking ads forever by deliberately […]

Learning is created, not communicated

I signed up for the MOOC ‘Problem-based learning: principles and design’ offered by Maastricht University – it’s starting October 5th. I hope I will complete […]

Asynchronous e-facilitation: watching or listening?

Are you running reports and checking course data to verify whether your learners have done the work in your e-course or online workshop? What exactly […]

Frustrated by your e-learning? eWorkshops could be the answer…

A lot of eLearning Nomad blog readers are already familiar with the eWorkshop concept. This post is for those of you who might be new […]

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