Screens In Schools Are a $60 Billion Hoax

As the dog days of summer wane, most parents are preparing to send their kids back to school. In years past, this has meant buying […]

SOS École : ces sciences de l’éducation qu’ignore superbement la France en se noyant dans un pédagogisme stérile

Coupée de la recherche scientifique internationale en matière de sciences éducatives, la France est à la traîne. Ceci se ressent d’ailleurs à travers ses mauvais […]

Online courses explode, but 90 percent of enrollees drop out within two weeks. Why?

The recent growth of online education has been astounding. Last year, 35 million people signed up for at least one online college-level class. That’s more […]

The digital revolution in higher education has already happened. No one noticed.

The digital revolution in higher education has happened. In the fall of 2012, the most recent semester with complete data in the U.S., four million […]

Exploring Synchronous and Asynchronous e-Learning and How to Decide on an Approach

Synchronous and asynchronous: two seemingly complicated words. So, what exactly do they mean and how can you decide on an approach that’s going to allow […]

​Reinforcing Collaborative and Connected Learning with Social Media

Connected-learning frameworks champion both learners and learning networks. These frameworks differ from traditional approaches in that they put the learner at the center of the […]

The Pedagogy Behind MOOCs: What eLearning Professionals Should Know

What are the peculiarities of designing an online course that addresses to such a big audience? What does it mean in terms of instructional design? […]

Driving Leaner Engagement in a Corporate MOOC

A big challenge in launching a new training initiative is getting (and keeping) learners engaged. Our case study of Microsoft’s successful design and launch of […]

Transformation digitale : les entreprises passent à la formation 4.0

Pour former leurs salariés à la transformation digitale, les entreprises innovent avec de nouvelles méthodes en accord avec les enjeux des différentes populations. Comment enseigner […]

E-learning packages must consider different learning styles

E-learning suppliers should consider multiple learning styles when developing packages, according to assistant HR director at Durham University Mark Crabtree. “Within a group, you’ll have […]

Learning with Augmented Reality – hype, or the future?

The concept of Augmented Reality has existed for many years now – and commentators have remained rigidly sceptical about whether it will truly materialise in […]

Education under the Digital Era, with Sophie Pène

For some weeks now, politicians are ripping apart in France, arguing about school reformation. Sadly, the introduction of digital technology in classrooms does not seem […]

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