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E-Learning Articles

  • What's Your Problem?
  • A Guide for Learning Technologists
  • What Lies Beyond E-Learning?
  • Learning 2.0 Strategy
  • eLearning 3.0
  • The Ten Commandments of eLearning
  • 14 Things We Can Learn from the BEST – Part 1
  • 5 E-Learning Forecasts for 2012


  • What's Your Problem?
    by Jennifer Gurrie
    Introduction
    Your first time teaching an online course isn't going as well as you had hoped. You thought you posted interesting reading materials and asked students good questions to respond to in the discussion area. But so far, the quality and quantity of their participation has been low, and you aren't sure why. What really has you concerned is the fact that future investments in online learning at your institution depend heavily on the success of this first-ever fully online course, and you know this lack of student engagement will be reflected in student evaluations and learning outcomes. What strategy will you employ to try and turn things around for the remaining 10 weeks of the semester?... Go to articleGo to What's Your Problem?
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    A Guide for Learning Technologists - e-Learning Series No. 4
    by Susan Armitage & Ros O'Leary
    Abstract
    This guide aims to provide advice and guidance in order for learning technologists to provide effective e-learning support within higher education. Specifically this guide seeks to: a) outline the drivers for advantages and disadvantages of e-Learning; b) discuss the issues involved in supporting the move from traditional face-to-face learning to e-Learning; c) suggest ways in which you might support and raise the profile of e-learning, whether you are working locally or across your institution; d) Discuss the future of e-Learning with respect to educational models and new technologies. Eash section consists of a number of leading questions that learning technologists need to answer in order to support their own development and the development of e-learning in their institutions. Go to articleGo to A Guide for Learning Technologists

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    What Lies Beyond E-Learning?
    By Marc J. Rosenberg
    Introduction
    Just when we thought we had e-learning all figured out, it's changing again. After years of experimentation and the irrational exuberance that characterized the late 1990s, we find our views of e-learning more sober and realistic. This is a good sign; we can make more rational forecasts of how the field will evolve. It also presents some challenges, and the direction we are heading may not be the path we originally thought we were on.... Go to articleGo to What Lies Beyond E-Learning?
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    Learning 2.0 Strategy
    by Dr. Tony Karrer
    Introduction
    Over the past two years, I've worked with start-ups and corporations around the world who are grappling a bit with the impact of Web 2.0 on learning. One of the more interesting aspects of this is that I've really changed and refined what I advise both audiences in terms of their learning 2.0 strategy. But, here's what I see in terms of a CLO perspective... Go to articleGo to e-Learning for the Knowledge Economy
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    eLearning 3.0
    by Clark Quinn
    Introduction
    In preparing a presentation for an organization on the learning value of Web 2.0, I realized that the development I’m looking forward to is web 3.0 and the learning possibilities. Don’t get me wrong, I’m very enthusiastic over the 2.0 learning opportunities, as I’ve gotten to know them. It’s just that the work I was doing years ago now has the technology infrastructure to be brought to life in a viable and ubiquitous way. What it means is personalized learning wrapped around your life, instead of leaving your day-to-day life to attend an ‘event’ or self-directed searching... Go to articleGo to e-Learning for the Knowledge Economy
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    The Ten Commandments of eLearning
    by Abhijit Kadle
    Introduction
    We discovered ‘The Ten Commandments of eLearning” as elucidated by Cath Ellis and Clive Shepherd. We’ve decided to follow in the same vein and list our commandments. First off, we thought ten is too many to remember, so we cut it down to five... Go to articleGo to e-Learning for the Knowledge Economy
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    14 Things We Can Learn from the BEST – Part 1
    by Ellen (aLearning blog)
    Introduction
    We discovered ‘The Ten Commandments of eLearning” as elucidated by Cath Ellis and Clive Shepherd. We’ve decided to follow in the same vein and list our commandments. First off, we thought ten is too many to remember, so we cut it down to five... Go to articleGo to e-Learning for the Knowledge Economy
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    5 E-Learning Forecasts for 2012
    by Craig Weiss
    Introduction
    Every year, I identify five trends that I am seeing in the industry as a whole, and forecast on where they will be heading throughout the year.
    In 2011, I saw quite a few items that resonated. They involved talent management, “hello and goodbye” with vendors, social learning, upswing in mobile learning, new feature sets in the authoring tool space, flat lining in web conferencing and standalone platforms.
    LMSs/LCMS/CMS/learning platforms in commercial and open space continued their presence. Some items stood out, others continued in an everlasting awful experience (customer and support service – as a whole).
    Here now are five trends and their respected forecasts. These five stood out above the rest, albeit I really found ten that said, “Whoa!”.... Go to articleGo to e-Learning for the Knowledge Economy
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