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5 Most Common Remote Learning Challenges Universities Are Facing

5 Most Common Remote Learning Challenges Universities Are Facing

Institutes of Higher Education deserve credit for their pivot to remote learning. Colleges hurdled over obstacles to offer quality instruction to students. Yet, these efforts are not appreciated by students. Besides that, new challenges take place when a school offers remote learning. Below are the five most common challenges colleges face. 

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K-12

Difference Between SMEs and Course Authors

Difference Between SMEs and Course Authors

Why can’t the subject matter expert just write the course? Why would anyone hire a course author?
Course authors bring valuable skills to a project. Besides that, course experts identify what is the correct delivery method for the audience. This skill alone could pay back those who hire a course author. Yet, the difference between SMEs and course authors gets overshadowed by the budget.

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5 Ways Publishers Can Help Districts Keep Virtual Learning a Long Term Strategy

5 Ways Publishers Can Help Districts Keep Virtual Learning a Long Term Strategy

The pandemic created a global demand for K-12 districts to offer safe ways to teach and learn. Savvy K-12 districts turned to expert providers to create strong virtual learning programs. Still, even with a few months under their belts, districts are struggling to keep up the momentum. Here are five tips publishers can do to help districts keep virtual learning as a long term strategy.

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Why Remote Learning Is Not Online Learning

Why Remote Learning Is Not Online Learning

Publishers know posting F2F materials in the LMS does not make effective online learning. Teachers need time and skill to create strong online learning. Administrators spent the fall distinguishing remote and online learning. Publishers need to be on the lookout for chances to explain. 

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Curriculum Design

How to Measure the Success of a New Curriculum

How to Measure the Success of a New Curriculum

Designing new curriculum is not quite like the adage, “A journey of a thousand steps begins with the first.” Sure, the curriculum designing process has many steps. But at the beginning of designing a new curriculum, the last step is the focus: Measuring its success....

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What Is Blended Learning and Its Advantages

What Is Blended Learning and Its Advantages

Realize these gains by moving to a blended learning approach Blended learning is a mix of face-to-face instruction and online learning. Often modular in design, blended learning uses a range of learning items from video to online courses. One key advantage of moving...

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Why Mobile Learning Continues to Grow

Why Mobile Learning Continues to Grow

Mobile learning is more than a trend, it’s primed to grow. Don’t fret: your investment in eLearning is about to pay off. mLearning is a natural extension of eLearning. Here is why mobile learning primed to take off.

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