We have all suffered through them. eLearning courses so dull students wake themselves up with their snoring. Use the six tips below to make your eLearning amazing! Microlearning makes eLearning amazing. Learners are able to get the content when they need it. Likewise, designers are able to cut out…
There’s lots of chatter about creating eLearning courses for different generations in Higher Ed. Let’s start by saying that there is no question that students of different generations learn, think, and connect differently.
Online learning is here to stay. In the 1990’s eLearning started to take off in the corporate world. At the time, eLearning was met with skepticism. Instructors feared being replaced by online courses. Learners did not like online learning. Still, despite the negative rap, online learning survived. Why? The benefits outweigh the dislikes. Here are five reasons why online learning is here to stay after the pandemic.
MOOCs have many advantages, in particular during these times of remote learning. Yet, savvy institutions do not ignore the drawbacks of these courses. Still, the benefits for creating MOOCs offers the university additional revenue streams.
K-12 publishers should offer mobile-first digital learning because it works. What is it? Mobile-first is when course authors start with the smallest screen and work their way up. Why is this the best way for publishers to go? Why is it worth the effort for a publisher to retool their design process?
This past year educators had to solve how to teach students online. Publishers rose to meet the testing challenges. Still, educators continue to struggle with testing obstacles. Here are tips for publishers to use to beat these testing barriers.
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.
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.
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.
How can you squeeze creativity, problem-solving, critical thinking, decision-making, and risk-taking into your next course? Play with it! Make your next course game-based.
The redesign is a common thread in these six eLearning trends that will keep courses at peak performance in 2020.
There are two new innovations in education that are not fads: augmented reality and virtual reality. Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are part of education’s evolution.