Introduction to Personalized ELearning


In the past it wasn’t uncommon for an elearning module to simply have some generic text in a PowerPoint-type format. If you were lucky there would be some Clipart included as well. Well, gone are those days (and same with Clipart , if you didn’t know). As we expect more out of elearning it is exciting to see the innovations that result. The expectations of elearning today have come a long way since it was first introduced.

Are confidentiality concerns holding back the e-learning industry?

From the Coleface

Judging by how much e-learning seems to be borrowing from web design it seems that e-learning has fallen behind in terms of innovation. Adaptive/ responsive publishing (the same code responding to the device that is showing the screen content to ensure that the format is optimised for the device). Use of imagery e.g. background full screen photos and the early culling of clipart.