In this post, Christopher Pappas, founder of The eLearning Industry’s Network, walks you through the various aspects of scenario-based eLearning, so that you can design eLearning courses which not only keep the learners motivated and engaged, but provide them with the best possible educational experience that effectively enhances their skill sets and/or knowledge base. Click here to read Christopher’s post in full.
Blended learning is an approach to learning that utilises a range of appropriate learning delivery mechanisms. Before the world of online or computer delivered learning existed, it typically involved the use of face-to-face tuition, reading, audios and videos. Now there are many additions to that mix. Arguably, blended learning is what all learning should be – using the most appropriate media/delivery mechanism for each learning resource used. One potential of… Read More »What is Blended Learning?
Karla Gutierrez of Shift eLearning has signed off for the festive season with a great collection of statistics and tips that will set you thinking for the new year ahead. As Karla says “Effective learning doesn’t require expensive technology and elaborated training sessions. It doesn’t even demand the impossible from you, the course developer. But it does call for a change in mindset. “It’s key to set aside some time… Read More »24 Statistics & Tips to Boost Your eLearning Strategy
Tom Kuhlmann writes that at a recent workshop he was showing some tips on creating elearning templates. He decided to finish up the template he started in that session and make it available to all. Whilst it is built primarily for use with Articulate, the straight PowerPoint download version can be used simply as a PowerPoint file or it can be used with other products such as iSpring. For anyone… Read More »Free E-Learning Templates to Speed Up Your Course Design
No magic! At IC-UC we think of e-learning (or online learning) as just an efficient way of delivering and administering learning, to help individuals to understand or ‘make sense of’.
Informal learning takes place outside planned learning events or programmes – at home, at work, anywhere the learner happens to be. Some of the learning typically be referred to as informal includes acquisition of speech, cultural norms and manners.