Motivating Online Learners – the MUSIC Model
B Online Learning
AUGUST 24, 2016
This blog was inspired by one of our Master eLearning Course (MEC) students, Catharina. She wrote a fantastic blog post (in our online learning community) reflecting on her own actions and practice when trying to motivate students completing online courses. Catharina questioned how do we motivate ‘adult learners where the course isn’t compulsory and there […]. Adult Learning Principles eLearning Design eLearning Development Facilitating eLearning adult learning principles eLearning course design elearning development
Top places to find free music
MARCH 15, 2014
Where do you go to find good free music to use online? Music can be the one element that is difficult to find. Have a look through the sites below to find the perfect free music to use on your project. Whatever music you use make sure that you read the conditions […] The post Top places to find free music appeared first on eLearn Hub.
Royalty Free Music for eLearning
JUNE 17, 2011
Recently a fellow member of the Instructional Design & E-Learning Professionals' Group (14K+ of members) asked " If anyone know of where to find royalty free background music for training? " As you can understand this question was the inspiration for the following list that contains Royalty Free Music websites for eLearning. Download royalty free music!
The music is in the musician
Learning with e's
JANUARY 31, 2015
Firstly, the statement that the music is in the musician is profound, because it places all of the emphasis of creativity and all of the responsibility for proper application onto the user. The music is in her head, and emerges through the dexterity of her hands. On the occasion of his keynote speech at the 2015 BETT Show , this was abundantly clear. This is the beauty of technology.
How to Successfully Add Music to Your Videos
FEBRUARY 12, 2013
Guest Post by Mike Russell, Creative Director at Music Radio Creative. Adding background music to any video you create in Camtasia will add a whole new dimension to your content. In order to add music successfully there are some simple tips you can follow. I’ll also provide some decent, legal sources of music that you can use in your videos today.
Best Stock Music For Multimedia Projects
The eLearning Coach
NOVEMBER 16, 2012
Reviews of stock music sites for people who produce online learning, presentations and videos. Post from: The eLearning Coach Best Stock Music For Multimedia Projects. Audio
Experience is the New Learning
SEPTEMBER 23, 2015
From music to media to FMCG to retail to engineering to automotive to hospitality or sports, the scope of using this technology for effective outcomes is expanding like never before! MUSIC. Classical music doesn’t have to be intimidating anymore! Music is soulful. Puzzled? Curious? Need more cues on the buzz around VR? Wear and watch’ the VR view. MEDIA. SPORTS. link].
Over 500,000 Stock Images, Audio, and Videos for eLearning
NOVEMBER 7, 2014
Over 500,000 stock images, graphics, videos, motion graphics, sound effects, and music loops. Music, sound effects, and loops. Here’s a huge announcement from eLearning Brothers! We are offering a new stock asset library for eLearning. Unlimited downloads, at least 50 a day, for only $499 a year. High-resolution, royalty-free, and ready to go. Stock Vector Graphics. Learn More.
Maximizing Productivity Through Music
JANUARY 18, 2016
Through this, music is able to reduce stress and allow people a more open mind when confronting that large stack of work they’ve yet to get to. . Obviously, music doesn’t help everyone focus all the time. Listening to music and focusing on whatever work is in front of you at the same time requires your brain to focus on two or more things at once.
Bringing Sass to Safety: Must-Watch Music Video from Virgin America
OCTOBER 30, 2013
The classic image of a smiling flight attendant demonstrating how to buckle your seat belt just got a major overhaul. Virgin America has redefined the flight safety video by intermixing contortionists, child rappers and dance numbers with announcements about exits and oxygen masks. Virgin America isn’t the only company seeking to better engage viewers through innovative approaches to training.
Where do you find legal music for your videos?
NOVEMBER 24, 2010
Adding music to your video can get viewers in just the right mood. Fortunately, there's a growing number of royalty-free and creative commons music sites. For the December episode of The Forge ( add to calendar ), we want to share some of the screencasting community's favorite sites for inexpensive, legal music soundtracks. ?? Jingle bells, Jing bells. ??
Can Music Make for Better Learners?
FEBRUARY 16, 2013
Many people enjoy listening to music as they work. Will Henshall has touched just about every nook and cranny of the music business. ” From there, Henshall went on to create Rocket Network, a technology that networks audio recording studios (he sold it to music software company Avid in 2003). He has also developed other music-related technology, including a software add-on to Pro Tools, the industry standard platform for digital audio recording. ” Determining the type of music that actually makes people more productive comes down to brain science.
Setting the Mood: Top Tips for Adding Stock Music to Your E-Learning
DECEMBER 1, 2011
Do you use music in your courses? I’ve found time and time again that a little bit of well-placed music can add a surprising amount of polish and – more importantly – set the tone of the overall experience. Music can take a shortcut through people’s brains and tap into their emotions in a way that’s uncommon with spoken or written words. The impact came from timing the verbal and visual elements to a music track that perfectly captured the mood I wanted to create. Here are my top tips for finding and working with stock music. Uncategorized music resources
Nashville Notes: LUC 2015 at the Music City Center
FEBRUARY 11, 2015
This year’s Lectora User Conference location is the brand-new Music City Center in the heart of downtown Nashville! We’re looking forward to the Music City Center for a lot of reasons, but here are a couple of them: It’s walk-able. We think you’ll be excited about how close the Music City Center is to hotels, restaurants and live music. What will they enjoy the most?”
Legends in their own lunchtime
Learning with e's
JANUARY 4, 2017
When I attended AFCENT international school in the Netherlands, I would often find myself in the music room, listening to friends and staff playing impromptu concerts. It was great to sit cross-legged on the carpet, eating your sandwiches, chatting to friends and listening to live music. design education inspiration learning music pedagogy school TechnologyUnported License.
Learning with e's
SEPTEMBER 27, 2015
By 1977, punk music had emerged as a creative force to be reckoned with. It was a form of music that was furiously loud, aggressively energetic and full of discordant anger. To release a record you didn't have to bow and scrape to the multi-national music publishers and labels. Punk learning (some would call it Edupunk ) reflects that seventies music ethos.
Bowie, Prince and teacher legacy
Learning with e's
MAY 1, 2016
It has been called 'the year the music died'. 2016 comedy education entertainment learning music TechnologySo far, 2016 has been a very bad year for celebrities. Many others, giants in their own genres of entertainment, are also gone. The genius of Beatles producer Sir George Martin is no more, and we also lost the flamboyant and hilarious producer David Gest. What are our legacies?
DabbledooMusic creative music-making in the classroom
The E-Learning Curve
MAY 4, 2012
DabbledooMusic is a free online resource for classroom-based creative music-making DabbledooMusic creative music-making in the classroom is a post from: E-Learning Curve Blog. learning creative mindtool
Tipping the balance #blideo
Learning with e's
AUGUST 21, 2015
As he waits for the music to start, he toys with a snow globe - a piece of trivia which holds his attention briefly. Then the music starts. and he begins to weep as the music washes over him. And yet, the music it produced was able to reduce a man to tears. blideo Amy Burvall Beethoven education equilibrium learning music TechnologyPreston has an epiphany.
Serious Comic – Voice Over, Music, and Sound Effects
APRIL 7, 2013
First, let’s all agree that all serious comics don’t necessarily have to have or even need voice-over audio, nor does it need music Posted in Uncategorized I could probably bore you with a few more posts just on character development, instead I want to share some important lessons learned in designing the audio assets for a serious comic.
FEBRUARY 3, 2015
While licensing helps protect people’s property (such as music), it can also be a nuisance to try and navigate. Most music is protected under a license of some sort, especially the good stuff, which makes it difficult to find cheap, quality music that you can use in your videos. Camtasia Music Library. The music selection may be small, but it’s diverse.
A British musical learning experience
Lars is Learning
MARCH 16, 2009
Just this past weekend I took my family up to London and the O2 Centre (the rebranded Millenium Dome) to see an interactive installation called the British Music Experience. First of all, Tags: British Music Experience education It was great to see a modern attempt to create an environment designed to engage an audience of all ages. It had some real lessons in how to provide an effective learning experience in the 21st Century.
My ethos for teaching
Learning with e's
JANUARY 3, 2014
It was incredibly rewarding to sit at the back of the hall, and watch as my young people excelled themselves in their dance routine, with the music, lighting and performance space all combining to showcase their talents. creativity dance education learning music painting teaching walked into the gallery, and there they were - with my name on them for all to see. Unported License.
Soundscapes for elearning
SEPTEMBER 9, 2015
Sound is critical in many visual mediums; modern cinema uses sound effects to create a sense of reality and music to illicit an emotional response. Appropriate Sound or music must match the tone of the learning; get it right and it will complement the experience. Elearning games Music and games go hand in hand, remember Tetris? How important is sound?
Music and learning: do they mix?
Clive on Learning
SEPTEMBER 14, 2010
I've been listening in to some of the royalty-free music at jewelbeat.com. My contact with library music in the past has been as soundtrack to corporate videos and that was a long time ago, so music in so far as it relates to e-learning is not a connection I've explored in any detail. On the other hand I am a musician and also a music lover - I realise what an enormous emotional impact music can have. So I'm keen to find out more about the potential applications for music in e-learning. Tags: music Your ideas would be much appreciated.
Pop Music Good for Studies
APRIL 28, 2013
Are you listening to music while you read this? The new app, Coffitivity , reminded me how much I prefer music to coffee shop chatter and airport terminal clatter (although I admit to having creative bursts with both in the background). Studying to loud pop music may help children in school. Much more from Sue Hallam on “ The Power of Music.” ” (.pdf).
Music for Games and e-Learning
OCTOBER 11, 2010
If you are looking for music for your e-learning or educational games, I have a resource for you - mOsno. The right music can add great depth and emotion to e-learning and especially games. Just Just as any good instructional designer uses or creates graphics that support the learning, use of music and audio should do the same. Well meet mOsno. link] Desert level by mOsno.
Twilight Zone Music Please
JULY 20, 2010
You’re in a conference room filled with your team… Suddenly they start to disappear, one by one until they are all gone … gone to the four corners of the world … in different places and time zones … they’ve been zapped by the Virtual Vortex and it’s now you’re job to manage them … [.]. Education Learning
I have it within me.
Learning with e's
FEBRUARY 6, 2011
My profound appreciation of music is more down to the long hours I devoted learning to play guitar in my bedroom until my fingers bled. In fact I learnt more about music by self-teaching myself guitar and watching films of my rock heroes than I ever learnt playing repetitive scales on a recorder in school. Let's start with the word 'education'. This is not education, it's schooling.
So much music, so little time
Clive on Learning
AUGUST 21, 2007
I am currently reading David Jennings' excellent new book Net, Blogs and Rock 'n' Roll , which analyses how consumers discover music online. In the meantime, the book has got me thinking about my relationship to music and about how music and learning interact. have been keenly interested in music all my life. played rock music in bands from between the ages of about 12 and 25, and for about five years taught guitar as a source of extra cash (my most famous pupil being the actress Greta Scacchi, then only 12). just can't concentrate when music's playing.
Two Ways to Edit Your Background Audio that You Didn’t Know About
AUGUST 2, 2016
Tutorial makers have a fear of background music. How many tutorials have you watched online that have had background music playing? Generally, the ones with music are the ones where the instruction is all given in text on screen. It’s because music will compete with the vocal track. The music can be distracting, or overpower the vocal track making your video unwatchable.
New Music Distribution Model: Video Games
MAY 29, 2008
A new music distribution model has arrived (about time for the music industry) and it's called Rock Band. pretty big discrepancy considering that music bought via "Rock Band" can't be transferred to a portable music player or even a computer for later enjoyment. Full Disclosure.see my musical tastes here. It can be played only via the game.
Why & How to Include “Performance Notes” for Virtual Classroom Courses
MARCH 3, 2015
Think about how written music works. Looking at something on a piece of paper is a FAR cry from real music, right? They include a myriad of annotations that give a musician looking at the sheet music direction on volume and tempo and repeats and mood and on and on. This post was originally written by Roger Courville on The Virtual Presenter blog. Many thanks for sharing.
Future of Digital Music--The Future of LMS Content
MARCH 30, 2009
Recently, I spoke with a reporter from The Vancouver Sun about the future of the music industry and digital music. have written before on the topic in my post New Music Distribution Model: Video Games. The music industry is still struggling with creating a new revenue model and how to handle the disaggregation of content.