Editor’s note: What a list from Christopher Pappas. Useful resource and indicator of the interest in elearning in its broadest forms.
Editor’s note: Jane Hart explores the problems inherent with creating elearning courses and offers some alternatives to support learning.
Editor’s note: Interesting to see the types of companies moving into the elearning space. Demand Media was built on content marketing, for example.
Editor’s note: The educational and professional publisher is reinventing itself with the launch of DigitalClassroom.com, a new, subscription-based e-learning website.
Editor’s note: Online learning consultant Sam Burrough is curious about the Tin can API and provides a post sharing his curiosity and where it has taken him so far. A good read if you think Tin Can could replace the LMS and are interested in debates around the technology.
Editor’s note: Interesting insights fro Dan Roddy into why a part of an organisation does not want to use elearning. Lifts the lid on the level of understanding of what effective elearning could provide.
Editor’s note: If you don’t have any spare time to fill then here is a great list of events to follow. Provides insights in to the hot topics and speakers.
Editor’s note: Analyst Elearnity have created a report to help users select learning content partners. Based on market research and organisational insights, the report provides tips on finding the right partner to develop your content.
Editor’s note: Donald Clark takes a look at the work of Richard Mayer and Ruth Clark who wrote e-Learning and the Science of Instruction in 2003. The book covers seven design principles: multimedia, contiguity, modality, redundancy, coherence, personalisation, and practice opportunities and Clark argues it is a must-read for anyone designing elearning.
Editor’s note: Now there are no excuses for not hanging out thanks to this list from Christopher Pappas.
Editor’s note: A useful reference if you are looking for an elearning supplier – the Best of Elearning! Hall of Fame lists winners back to 2005.
Editor’s note: Bob Little compiles an interesting list – many familiar names.
Editor’s note: A thought-provoking talk from Donald Clark – the video is around 50m and throughout Clark provides some challenging reflections and ideas.
Editor’s note: Some 17 Linkedin groups related to elearning. This is a useful resource if you want to see what groups are out there.