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Fatima Anwar

Online Education Integrated Learning Platform: New Online Learning Platform launched by Ravensbourne College as an E-learning provider in Nigeria - 0 views

    Ravensbourne e-learning provider as a number one specialist in online learning of innovative media and digital technology courses
Jorge Gonçalves

Internet Etiquette in Online Learning - 37 views

    Technology is changing the way we communicate, as well as the way we learn. The Internet has made online learning almost instant: students can interact with each other through e-mail, online chat, and other communication software. For both students and teachers, it is important to set rules for how
Glenn Hoyle

Microsoft Learning: Rapidly Create Online Courses - 0 views

    The Microsoft Learning Content Development System (LCDS) is a free tool that enables the Microsoft Learning community to create high-quality, interactive, online courses. The LCDS allows anyone in the Microsoft Learning community to publish e-learning courses by completing the easy-to-use LCDS forms that seamlessly generate highly customized content, interactive activities, quizzes, games, assessments, animations, demos, and other multimedia.

E-Learning or Concept of Virtual Classrooms (Online Classes) - 0 views

    The benefits of E-Learning are countless. Nowadays, E-Learning is booming not only in the education sector but it is adopted by various other sectors as well like medicine, business and in government setups etc.
Tero Toivanen

Stephen Downes - EduCamp Colombia - 0 views

    Stephen Downes: Slideshare: E-Learning en Desarrollo, El Enfoque Conectivista, E-Learning 2.0, El Ambiente Personal de Aprendizaje (Personal Learning Environment -PLE-)
Dennis OConnor

E-Learning Graduate Certificate Program: Finding E-Learning Jobs - 8 views

  • Online teaching was the perfect part-time job for me. E-learning and online teaching replaced coaching and after school clubs as a way to supplement my income. I loved it! I was working with great teachers from around the world and learning new things everyday. I also realized I was opening a door to a new career. Eventually, after 25 years in a traditional classroom, I decided to take early retirement, and pursue my passion for online teaching and learning full time.
Dennis OConnor

E-Learning-Jobs-Special-from-UW-Stout - 9 views

    Back to school issue. August and September are times when jobs are landed. This newsletter is dedicated to helping anyone looking for a job as an online teacher. I write this newsletter as a service for students and graduates of the E-Learning and Online Teaching Graduate Certificate Program at the University of Wisconsin Stout. ~ Dennis O'Connor (Program Advisor)
Fatima Anwar

Online Education Integrated Learning Platform: An Online Learning Platform LEJ launched to monetize integrated free online courses from massive e-learning resources - 0 views

    The Latif Ebrahim Jamal (LEJ) National Science info Centre at the University of Karachi intends integrated free online courses from massive e-learning platform like Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Harvard University, Stanford University, Open Yale online Courses offered by Yale and different higher education colleges free for everybody.
Syed Amjad Ali

Why E-Learning - A simple analysis - 0 views

    E-Learning industry is witnessing tremendous growth in terms of revenue and application. It has become a synonym for many of the learning requirements in corporates, academics and government institutions. To provide most suitable learning solutions, industry experts exploring and inventing creative methods and approaches such as Custom Learning Solutions, Rapid Learning Solutions, Gamifications, Instructor Led Training programs and blend of these methods and approaches.
Clif Mims

e-Learning for Kids - 22 views

    Gail Braddock describes e-Learning for Kids as "free e-courses for kids all around the world. This site has engaging and interactive courses for kids in online safety, computer skills such as using Google, typing, and core subjects like language arts, math, and science. Most of the courses are for elementary school-aged children, and involve dynamic avatars, and are highly interactive."
Maggie Verster

Overview of Social Learning - 0 views

    What is Social Learning? An Overview social Here are some introductory presentations about organisational social learning, social learning platforms and the new role of social learning professionals.
Syed Amjad Ali

E-Learning Course Development Standards - 0 views

A few important concepts to be considered by Learning Manager to understand their learning needs and assess e-learning vendor who can fulfill them.

e-learning Content elearning course Development Training

started by Syed Amjad Ali on 13 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
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Mozilla Jetpack for Learning Design Challenge - 13 views

    # Turn social bookmarking and page annotation into effective learning tools (for example by including peer-assessment features). # Allow users to easily compile personal e-portfolios (for example, by combining their own works - photos, comments, articles-with testimonials others have written about them). # Let the browser suggest relevant materials (for example, by automatically identifying additional articles based on what sites a person visit or which topics they search for). # Support social learning communities (for example, by making it easy to find and connect with others who share similar learning interests).
Enrique Rubio Royo

Collaborative Learning - for the people, by the people by Josh Little : Learning Solutions Magazine - 34 views

  • Here are some strong core beliefs that people leading in this area hold.
    • Enrique Rubio Royo
      Caracteriza el perfil del eLearner
  • What I propose is to think of yourself as a learning construction expert. Use the right tool for the right purpose.
  • Traditional training programs will not be able to supply the large pipeline of knowledge, skills, and information that your workers will need. The traditional hierarchical knowledge structure creates a bottleneck
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  • Traditional approaches to training are facing disruption. When I say “traditional,” I mean more than instructor-led training located in classrooms. I include e-Learning in most of the forms that have prevailed for the last 15 years or longer. Disruptive innovation, in the form of social software, is sparking new philosophies about formal and informal use of collaboration to support learning. But why are these ideas finding support among business leaders and e-Learning experts?
  • The basic reason is simple. Information moves too fast. The speed of commerce is faster than ever.
  • The influx of Millennials (gen Y
  • brings with it new entry-level technology skills and new expectations
  • The pace at which workers must learn
  • Today, product releases happen every three months instead of every three years. Customers define your brand through online communities faster than you can think about creating a branding campaign.

Best E- learning website- Insights Success  - 0 views

    Online learning may not be a plea to everyone; however, the sheer number of online learning sites directs that there is at least a durable interest.
    Online learning may not be a plea to everyone; however, the sheer number of online learning sites directs that there is at least a durable interest.
Syed Amjad Ali

E-Templates - A new approach in Rapid E-Learning Course Development - 0 views

    Advanced eLearning Authoring Tools have made eLearning Development Easy The rapid and extensive advances in technology have brought on incredible innovation in all fields of human interest. The impact of the same can be seen in the e-learning space, and these days, this specialized segment is breaking new ground continuously.
Carlos Quintero

Ancient World Bloggers Group: Exploring Tangible Benefits of E-Learning - 0 views

    Exploring tangible benefits os E-learning
Dennis OConnor

E-Learning and Online Teaching Certificate - University of Wisconsin-Stout - 0 views

  • Earn graduate credits via online courses and meet your professional development goals to be certified as highly qualified in the area of e-learning instruction and training. Candidates who complete the five-course graduate certificate will demonstrate the knowledge and skills to effectively teach or train online and serve as leaders in distance learning initiatives.
    • Dennis OConnor
      I invite any Diigo users to join our program!
  • Earn graduate credits via online courses and meet your professional development goals to be certified as highly qualified in the area of e-learning instruction and training.
Dennis OConnor

E-Learning Graduate Certificate Program: Horizon Report 2011 E-Learning Relevent Research - 14 views

  • The 2011 Horizon Report is a collaboration between The New Media Consortium and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative
  • Executive Summary Overview
Kerry J

E-learning Insights » Copyright and Creative Commons: Episode 22 (E-learning Insights) - 1 views

    As learning moves online and educators and learners look to use and share materials, there are issues regarding copyright and educational exemptions that both groups need to consider. What is legal to use in a classroom often is not legal to make available to the wider internet, despite an educational use or context. If you want to share something you've created as an educator - you might not be able to do so legally. Creative Commons, an international movement to create licenses that allow creators to freely share their works online, is one way of lessening the confusion. MCEETYA (the Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth Affairs) and Creative Commons Australia are teaming up to help educators thread their way through the maze - so they can advise learners and model best practice. In this episode, we talk with Delia Browne, National Copyright Director for MCEETYA and Jessica Coates, Project Manager, Creative Commons Clinic, Queensland University of Technology.
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