Perhaps the perfect metaphor for blended learning is the opposite of an old saying, “You can have your cake and eat it, too.” Blended learning combines traditional face-to-face instruction with online learning.
E-Learning analytics is like a crystal ball. It allows you to see what has happened, what is happening, and predict what will happen.
To ease the transition from in-class instruction to online instruction, many educational publishers are moving their content online. However, these types of platforms don’t happen overnight. Educational publishers can use learning management systems that are currently available.
One of the trickiest aspects of online courses is building a sense of community. You cannot wave a wand and have a sense of community magically happen.
They can get dinner to go, their dry cleaning to go, even their retail purchases to go. And now, they want their online courses to go.
Digital textbooks (eTexts) offer hyperlinks to videos that demonstrate difficult concepts. They also provide a digital discussion space for learners using the same text.
Online courses are more likely to have students drop out than traditional classes. Though there are many reasons for this, the overall causes are vague expectations and lack of rapport. Fortunately, improving the retention of online learners becomes easier if these two elements are addressed correctly.
Recent articles tout the evergreen popularity of traditional books. Studies show an increase in traditional book sales while digital textbook sales have decreased. However, these articles do not reflect the growing demand for digital textbooks (eTexts).
Despite what you may see on social media, there is a bright side to the current COVID-19 situation. This pandemic has created opportunities for companies to show their devotion to their clientele. One specific example is the educational publishers that have quickly...