Category Archives: Learning

Infographics for eLearning

In this day and age of information overload, #eLearning developers must find a way to present information to learners in such a way as to allow learning transfer to actually occur. Infographics are a solution for presenting information through palatable … Continue reading

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Make Your eLearning More Engaging Through Storytelling

Education has gone through a lot of soul-searching the past few years. As researchers and organizations are discovering, the ancient art of storytelling may be the future of learning. What is it about storytelling that makes it so effective for … Continue reading

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John Seely Brown on Motivating Learners – Part of the Big Thinkers Series on YouTube

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Design Assessments First

Jane Bozarth attacks an age old problem in eLearning head on in the most recent installment of her Nuts and Bolts column. Check it out here.

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The World’s Largest Repository of Free Online Learning Tutorials Thanks to the Rapid eLearning Blog

The folks from the Rapid eLearning Blog have listed every blog post that has a video tutorial that shows how to create something related to online learning. So, if you’re just getting started with building online learning courses (or new … Continue reading

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4 Essential Rules Of 21st Century Learning

Here is an excerpt: “Society has changed. We cannot adequately prepare students for the society that exists today or will exist tomorrow, if we continue to prepare them for the society that existed yesterday. In order to prepare students to … Continue reading

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Video from Code.org: What most schools don’t teach

There are few educational endeavors that have a greater impact on the structure of the brain than learning a foreign language. Now imagine if you were to not only attain mastery level learning of the language, but you were able … Continue reading

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