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Karen Molineaux

Instructional Design for E-Learning | Scoop.it - 12 views

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    Instructional Design for E-Learning is my new Scoop.it Magazine. In it, I have started compiling resources for course designing that is e-learning based. Check it out!!
Karen Molineaux

eLearner - netiquette for eLearners - 1 views

  • To help convey emotion, many people use emoticons, a few popular ones are shown below. :-) :-( :-< :-o :-D :-| ;-) Happy Sad Mad Surprised Laughing Indifferent Winking
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    Interesting Netiquette page from Iowa State University. They have a section on emoticons...
Karen Molineaux

The Forgetting Curve in eLearning: What eLearning Professionals Should Know - eLearning... - 0 views

  • The primary goal of any eLearning course or online training event is to offer learners a chance to fully absorb new skills and knowledge. By using the forgetting curve in eLearning design and development, you have the power to create eLearning experiences that are memorable and highly effective, so that your audience can forget about forgetting what they need to know!
Karen Molineaux

Blog - EduTech Wiki - 1 views

  • 3 Blogging Etiquette
  • 3.1 Blogging etiquette for student and teacher bloggers
  • do not be offensive when you express your opinion; do not include any personal information about you or other people in your posts; write things that are factual.
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    A few other items that we sometimes forget to include in an outline for blogging etiquette, that are imperative to remind students of...
Karen Molineaux

EF Online Etiquette Tip - 0 views

  • Be honest and share your opinion by using emoticons. This behavior is not as important as the others, but I have noticed that classes in which students use emoticons have happier students. So whether you agree or disagree with something, or think something is funny, use the emoticon. Your fellow students and teacher all appreciate it.
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    Interesting tip that I think would apply to online learning, or blogging, etiquette.
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