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TCC08: Making Distance Learning Courses Accessible

Experiencing eLearning

Alternate methods of presentation & evaluation. Online course with asynchronous (LMS) & synchronous (Web conferencing). Video files & audio podcasts. Create descriptive audio for videos (i.e., Hearing audio content. Hearing and speaking during synchronous meetings. Alternative text for audio (i.e., Alternative computer input (too much to go into in this session–lots of options).

How to Maintain Instructional Continuity in Times of Crisis

Hurix Digital

Implementing Online Learning Technologies such as a scalable Learning Management System (LMS), Mobile Content Creation platform, online audio and video collaboration, lecture capture, discussion boards. Consider what mechanisms are in place to deliver classes synchronously or asynchronously. Arrange alternate activities in place of the lab assignment, or complete the lab activities at a later date.

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eLearning platforms follow top trends in L&D

Petra Mayer

Capterra LMS Software comparison provides the following filters , a good indication of these trends: Asynchronous Learning. Synchronous Learning. Asynchronous Vs. Synchronous Learning. Asynchronous learning is location independent. In synchronous learning situations students learn at the same time by activities such as attending a lecture or laboratory.

The Building Blocks of a Successful e-Training Program

ICS Learning

Multimedia developers including graphics production specialists, multimedia programmers, computer animators and video/audio production personnel. This will include all of the text content that appears on screen, all audio narrative and the identification and description of all multimedia content and interactivity for the instruction. Training Content Development (Production Phase): This phase includes graphic, video, audio and multimedia production. Synchronous e-Learning.

6 Tips to Create Engaging eLearning Courses

Trivantis

Employing synchronous and asynchronous learning has proven to be a particularly engaging strategy; using a wide range of eLearning resources and approaches increases interest, curiosity, and commitment, elements which are fundamental in creating engaging eLearning experiences. Engaged learners are what we are actually looking for in eLearning.

Creating Courses that Foster Innovation

MagicBox

It encourages students to think critically as well as consider alternative solutions to a given problem. Audio Conferencing: In e-Learning, audio conferencing has an important role to play in resource sharing. Some learning management systems allow audio files to be stored over long periods of time for student education. The synchronous nature of this communication makes it even more beneficial for the learners.

Ultimate eLearning terms you should know: Part 1 (A-L)

LearnUpon

Asynchronous learning: Allows learners to train individually at the time, place, and pace that suits them. Blended learning: The combination of traditional face-to-face (or synchronous) learning methods and technology-based online learning (asynchronous) methods. Compliance learning content usually includes online text, audio and videos elements, with a corresponding risk assessment. HTML5 enables video and audio content to render directly in the browser.

Accessibility in E-learning Is Non-Negotiable

Magic EdTech

Here is a start point for broad understanding, stating the fundamental guiding ideas of A11Y course content: Text alternatives to non-text content conveying the appropriate visual information contextually. Videos should be accompanied by a caption, audio description, and transcripts.

Producing Podcasts: Some Considerations for Content Creators

The E-Learning Curve

Anthony Bates, author of Technology, e-learning and distance education (2005) states that audio (via radio broadcast) has been used in education for over seventy years. Typically it such programming centered around: Discussions of course material or issues covered in printed materials Alternative viewpoints to those contained in the printed materials (i.e. It was the emergence of the internet that genuinely facilitated audio and visual media-based learning.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

Asynchronous Learning. Asynchronous learning allows learners to train individually, enabling them to complete courses at a time, place and pace that suits them. Although this movement away from Flash will generate cost and complexity for eLearning professionals, LearnUpon offers their customers a number of alternatives including support for HTML5 content delivery. HTML5 enables video and audio content to render directly in a browser. Synchronous Learning.