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Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 2

CourseArc

Take stock of the tools you already have and determine where you need to add resources. When considering other resources or tools, be sure they are straightforward and simple to use. Your teachers (and students) should be able to focus on content, not learning a new tool.

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Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 2

CourseArc

Take stock of the tools you already have and determine where you need to add resources. When considering other resources or tools, be sure they are straightforward and simple to use. Your teachers (and students) should be able to focus on content, not learning a new tool.

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Rapid Elearning and MOOCs: Keeping Up with Change

Your Training Edge

Enter the “rapid elearning MOOC.”. The idea of rapid elearning has been around since 2004. The concept was developed by Jennifer de Vries of Bersin and Associates in response to a survey whose findings showed that 89% of organizations needed to create elearning in three weeks or less. According to de Vries, the main elements of rapid elearning are as follows: Elearning can be developed in three weeks or less. Training can be synchronous or asynchronous.

Online Educa Berlin 2014 Conference Review #OEB14

eLearning 24-7

There was quite a few assessment vendors, plagerisim detection vendors (three), e-learning tools, custom content developers but more along the lines of building games and gamification, other gamification like vendors, screen recording/video capturing vendors – as in those for live presentations and ideally used for MOOCs. . Authoring Tool vendors – okay TechSmith and a couple of ones that were not really asynchronous based authoring tools. . Speaking.