Thu.Mar 22, 2012

What's Better: eLearning or Classroom?

The Peformance Improvement

We need to examine the proliferation of Web-based education before it gets out of hand (It may be too late.). Online college courses are being promoted as the panacea for producing more college graduates and strengthening the workforce.

eLearning Content Proofreading: Don’t Trust Anything

Upside Learning

The other day, a colleague came up to me and asked me the how the word “sam-ma-ree” is spelt, which didn’t leave me surprised, floored, dumbfounded, or any of those adjectives. What was entertaining though, in an otherwise mundane day, was the bemused look on his face.

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Lectora Development Best Practices Part 1 – Optimizing Preferences

Integrated Learnings

By Joseph Suarez. After using Lectora for almost five years, I’ve learned so much both from the helpful community of Lectora users and on my own. There are great resources available in printed books and blogs like this. However, I’ve never come across a collection of development “best practices” commonly found for other programs such as Photoshop. So, I decided to write one.

Discussion with Lucid Meetings

Kapp Notes

The other day I had a chance to learn about Lucid Meetings and to hear what they are doing in terms of creating interesting meeting spaces. Plus there is a nice surprise for anyone who reads to the end of the article:). 1) So tell me about Lucid Meetings, what does it do?

[eBook] Training for a Millennial Audience

Want to keep your training relevant for modern learners? Download this guide and learn key strategies to engage with Millennials in your customer training program.

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LINGOs Announces Third eLearning Global Giveback Winners by Michael Culligan

Learning Solutions Magazine

Eric Berg, Executive Director of LINGOs announced the winner and finalists of the third eLearning Global Giveback Competition on Thursday, March 22, 2012 at The eLearning Guild’s Learning Solutions Conference and Expo in Orlando, Florida.

Camtasia Small Business Test Drive: Gravity Works, Week 4

Visual Lounge

In the final week of the Camtasia test drive, Lauren Colton, Information Architect and Editor at Gravity Works Design & Development, reflected back on their month of screencasting. Gravity Works. www.gravityworksdesign.com. gravityworksdd.

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LSCON: day 2 Erik Wahl (wow!), curation and again a lot of people

Challenge to Learn

Today began overwhelming. We entered the Grand ballroom and they announced the keynote of the day: Erik Wahl with a presentation on ‘The art of Vision’ Music started (a beautiful day by U2) a guy jumps on stage and starts painting. After the music stops he has painted a portrait of Bono. This video will give you an idea his of performance. He also proved to be a great and inspiring presenter. His message is simple. We need creativity and passion to change and innovate.

RSC Moodle Roundtable

Moodle Journal

I went along to an RSC Moodle Forum round table in London yesterday that posed the question ‘What makes for a good Moodle activity’. Without looking at my members list there were about 20 of us there, so it turned into a very sociable and informative event, most enjoyable.

Take Charge of your eLearning environment

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Erik Wahl #LSCon Mindmap

Clark Quinn

It’s hard to capture Erik Wahl’s dynamic presentation at the Learning Solutions conference (e.g. he painted three separate artworks during the presentation as music videos played). Still…: design meta-learning

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Spicy Learning

Saffron creates the Bribery Act Challenge – a serious game designed for smartphones and tablets. saffron-timeline Uncategorized