Value of an Online Degree

Tony Karrer

Related to my recent post about eLearning Certifications , someone went back through some of my older related posts such as eLearning Certification , Online Degrees Get No Respect and particularly: Lower Value of Online Degree Programs and asked: I am curious, now that things have changed over the last three years, where do you stand with online degrees, specifically, WSAC (regionally) accredited online PhD degrees? eLearning Technology.

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Why Do Learners Want Training Certificates?

TalentLMS

The demand for online certificate courses is on the rise. Or so say nearly 12,000 people entering the job market who, when asked , said they were turning their gaze towards certification for specific skills. Can you still take advantage of this growing demand for training certificates?

5 eLearning Elements Your Online Course Shouldn’t Miss

TalentLMS

eLearning online courses are perhaps the most productive method in staff and employee training and onboarding and can save any company hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars in what would have been spent in traditional training practices. 3) Certifications.

A Good Combination

Bottom-Line Performance

I recently saw a cool example of a Supervisor Effectiveness course from Allan Interactions as part of the ASTD elearning certificate program. The content of the Supervisor Effectiveness course focuses on dealing with HR issues such as substance abuse. Tags: learning design Add new tag adult learning elearning games instructional design story telling

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Upskilling Employees: Advantages and Methods To Teach Staff More

eFront

You may also consider offering credentialing programs, meaning training that results in a professional certificate. For example, you may have instructional designers on your team who would benefit by enrolling in an intensive eLearning Certificate program.

Converting Live Workshops to an Online Course (Part I)

Web Courseworks

In this first blog post in a series, we will discuss a main point of contention against repurposing face-to-face (F2F) workshops into eLearning: loss of human contact and interaction. In an email response, Deb Adair, Director of Quality Matters, called it “ Social Presence,” writing: “Social facilitation effects, for instance, aren’t as powerful in [an] online class. Tags: eCourse Development Instructional Design Repurposing for eLearning