The Tricky Side of E-Learning: Making Headway With Online Course Design

E-learning has been around for quite a while, but not all the academic institutions succeeded in adopting new educational models.

We’ve talked over this issue and a lot more hot topics with Dr. Brendan Moloney, an Australian entrepreneur, author, and public speaker.

As an academic by background, Brendan used to work at the University of Melbourne and completed his PhD there as well. He had been observing big changes in the university sector and put together a team of fellow PhDs from around Australia and the world to create Darlo.

They work on e-learning projects, helping put universities’ curriculum online,  translating a lot of their face-to-face training or educational courses onto new platforms.

Down below, Brendan’s giving his take on what can make an online course effective, how to align students’ interests with course goals and keep them motivated to complete it. Let’s cut to the chase.

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