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Nigel Robertson

Mayer's Principles: Using multimedia for e-learning (updated 2017) - 0 views

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    Graphic of some principles to consider when using multimedia. Most could be applied to all teaching.
Stephen Bright

Teaching in a Digital Age | The Open Textbook Project provides flexible and affordable ... - 0 views

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    Open textbook from Tony Bates on integrating technology into teaching - free download in a range of formats
Nigel Robertson

learning Outcomes in elearning - a tool to develop assessment strategy | TALOE - 1 views

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    Develop your assessment strategy and align your assessment with your learning outcomes.
Nigel Robertson

Teaching in a Digital Age | The Open Textbook Project provides flexible and affordable ... - 0 views

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    The long awaited (and much previewed through individual chapter release) book by Tony Bates on teaching in the digital (read modern) age.
Nigel Robertson

Blueprint for a post-LMS, Part 4 -e-Literate - 0 views

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    Continuing the series of posts on redesigning a learning platform.
Nigel Robertson

Blueprint for a post-LMS, Part 3 -e-Literate - 0 views

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    Includes description of Discourse, a StackOverflow developed discussion forum.
Nigel Robertson

Blueprint for a Post-LMS, Part 1 -e-Literate - 0 views

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    Learning design should define the design of the learning platform. Michael Feldstein considers what it is we are really trying to do with education. Some of it covers trust and recommendation.
Nigel Robertson

iTeachU - 0 views

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    ELearning support pages at U Alaska. Some useful stuff here. Have linked to Teaching Tips but also check out the other pages.
Tracey Morgan

This Company May Hold the Secret to the Future of Education | TIME - 0 views

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    "It was just 18 months ago that we were living in the "Year of the MOOC." Massive open online courses-MOOC for short-were supposed to revolutionize the way people learned and deliver high-quality education to the masses. But the idea faced a tough 2013. The co-founder of Udacity, an early pioneer in free online education, admitted that his company initially had a "lousy product," while studies showed that hardly any students were actually completing the courses offered by such services at all."
Stephen Bright

E-learning on the rise - 0 views

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    e-learning growth in community colleges in the USA - quite a nice summary of the top five benefits of elearning
Stephen Bright

Welcome to eLearning Guidelines | eLearning Guidelines - 1 views

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    Revamp of elearning guidelines - sort of benchmarking I guess (at least that is how it looks to me)
Nigel Robertson

Donald Clark - The decentralisation and democratisation of learning - 0 views

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    Great talk by Donald Clark caring about those who don't go to Oxford & Cambridge. Expands on MOOCs and why they are important
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