How do I know what e-learning approach is right for what topic?

Get an email when new posts appear OVERVIEW OF BLOG POSTS You might have set up a webinar program because … well, everyone else in […]

How do I know what e-learning approach is right for what topic?

Get an email when new posts appear OVERVIEW OF BLOG POSTS You might have set up a webinar program because … well, everyone else in […]

Social Learning in the Workplace 1

Workplace learning is bound within the organisational context: knowledge workers innovate solutions and social learning is a mechanism to do this. Continue Reading → The […]

Moodle Groups, Groupings and Cohorts – The basics unleashed #Moodletips

Moodle is based on the Social Constructionism pedagogy and according to that : “We learn particularly well from the act of creating or expressing something […]

Knowledge is created, not communicated

I love this phrase. It refers to the paradigm shift first proposed by Paulo Freire (Pedagogy of the Oppressed) in 1968. He said that traditional […]

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’ […]

Moodle for trainers – Moodle Manual using best Pedagogical practices #MoodleTraining

Want to create dynamic and interactive Moodle content? Want to learn about the Moodle basics?  Mark Rollins from E-Teach UK has shared an interactive Moodle […]

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 […]

The one-right-answer problem

Good e-learning designers will build activities where they don’t give you the right answer straight away. They’ll take you through a real life scenario and […]

Why e-learning in the NGO sector should be different

The NGO* sector is struggling with its e-learning strategies. Aside from a few exceptions, this is what the current e-learning landscape looks like: Organisations look […]

From e-tutor to e-facilitator: 4 things to un-learn

E-tutoring and e-facilitating are terms that are frequently used interchangeably, yet it’s important to differentiate because they are based on different paradigms. E-tutors – just […]

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