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Contextualized Learning

Clark Quinn

What we do, in so many of our formal learning designs, is create artificial contexts. In face-to-face learning, we’ll do role-plays, and in online learning we’ll create simulations or games. This was the promise of electronic performance support systems, and we can now start doing it not just in custom-designed environments, but we can connect context clues to associated content with semantic rules.

Ryan Moore from Uncanny Automator Helps You Integrate your WordPress LMS with the Most Important Apps For Your Personalized Learning Paths and Course Designs

LifterLMS

As Ryan describes it in this episode of the LMScast, Automator is really about saving time and creating workflows that make the processes in your business easier. This allows you to create sequences of events that trigger based on conditions you set.

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Top 100 Tools for Learning in 2015

OpenSesame

Compete for personal records on various games created to test your focus, flexibility, memory and speed. Crash Course — With a grant from Google, YouTube personalities John and Hank Green have created a series of videos teaching high school and college-level courses for free.

EVENT BLOG: Client Day - Refresh, Revitalise, Rejuvenate!

Unicorn Training

He's now setting challenge to create game with a piece of paper - audience have picked 'rules' according to all above. Case study 1 - worked with customer to look at what user needed to see, and what didn't. Welcome to our 2015 Client Day - Refresh, Revitalise, Rejuvenate!

How to Get Publicity and Influencer Marketing for Course Creators with Esther Kiss

LifterLMS

Esther Kiss: If you have a niche offer, for example you teach people on… And with your situation, Chris, for example, you teach people on how to create a course, and how to put it online, that’s not something that will be interesting to someone watching break-fast television.