Education

  • Successful Blended Course Design: Step by Step Guide

    A Step-By-Step Guide to Designing Blended Online Courses Blending self-paced (asynchronous) online instruction with collaborative web-conference 🔗 (synchronous) teaching can improve the quality of any course. It allows a teacher to reach more students with fewer resources.

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  • Your Complete Guide to Hybrid Learning & How to Use it

    What is Hybrid Learning? How to Implement a Hybrid eLearning Strategy One of the great benefits of the technological boom that has happened across all sectors within the last half-century is the development of digital learning and training solutions for every phase of life.

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  • Microlearning: Bite-Sized Lessons for Digestible Learning

    Modern professors and employers are discovering that traditional education practices are no longer sufficient for today’s students and employees. Innovation is necessary to help audiences retain information.

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  • 5 Ways to Create a More Engaging Online Classroom

    One of the most unique and stubborn challenges for online learning is building engagement. In a brick-and-mortar classroom, student engagement is enhanced by the physical limitations imposed by space and time as well as the various interactive moments instructors construct to provoke thought and response. Online, those factors do not lie in favor of the classroom content, so engagement needs to be fostered in ways that work asynchronously for diverse learners in a range of locations.

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  • How To Create Effective eLearning Educational Video Content

    Education and technology have merged during the 21st century to become a powerful force for learning. Moving past traditional classroom or training conferences, eLearning has opened onboarding potential for new hires, allows users to network, learn and explore anywhere, and makes it easy to recertify licenses with online continuing education courses.

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  • What’s in Your Content Hub? Tips for Building Your eLearning Library

    In order to ensure effective and successful education and training, it is important to deliver a great content experience for your learners. A content hub is critical to expanding learning opportunities and enhancing the learning experience, yet it is common for companies to slight this portion of the development and focus more on compliance, shortchanging the eLearning library itself.

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  • Content Management: Curating Course Materials for Optimized eLearning

    The learning ecosystem is used to describe the web of tools and solutions that integrate and connect to deliver educational resources to learners in an organized and seamless fashion. Content is one of the few truly essential elements of this ecosystem. After all, if you don’t have engaging content to accompany verbal instruction or lessons, your learners are bound to lose interest or the ability to understand and digest information.

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  • Protecting Your Content Investment: Switching to Open LMS Using K16 Scaffold

    While an LMS is a critical investment for universities and schools, that investment is dwarfed by the investment in procuring and creating digital content to populate their courses. That investment can make it difficult to consider a move to an LMS that may be a better fit for your institution.

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  • LMS Integrations: Seamlessly Connect Your eLearning

    As the learning landscape continues to change, eLearning is rising to the forefront as one of the most convenient ways to reach new learners. This educational opportunity has expanded beyond the academic classroom and become a cornerstone of successful corporate training programs as well.

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