Learning Theories: A quick course for new instructional designers

A free course on the basic concepts of the most common learning theories for those who seek to enter into the field of Instructional design

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How to teach online? Useful and easy tips to follow

How to teach online? Useful and easy tips to follow for teachers and academic institutions which plan to work remotely during these hard times.

Using Tabs Interactions in E-Learning #272

Tabs interactions are one of the most common interactions in e-learning. They’re super flexible and come in all shapes, sizes, and designs.

Using True/False Variables in eLearning #271

This week, our elearning heroes challenge is to share an example that demonstrates how true/false variables can be used in eLearning.

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What is Holoportation and why it is the next big thing in education

Holoportation enables the user to see, hear and interact with remote participants, in 3d (holograms), as if they are actually present.

Courseduck: A search engine for online courses!

CourseDuck is a website meant to help users search and compare courses offered by various institutions and organizations.

Live your eLearning myths in Greece of 2020

How many of the myths mentioned in this article do you encounter in schools or organizations that offer eLearning programs in Greece?

Tooltips as Microinteractions in eLearning #265

This week’s elearning Heroes challenge is about Using Tooltips as Microinteractions in eLearning. View my example and get inspiration

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What is Project-based Learning (PBL) ?

Project-based learning contrasts with traditional teaching since it doesn’t portray a linear path but instead poses questions and problems.

What is Informal learning? Can it be applied to an eLearning environment?

What is informal learning? Is it connected with eLearning? How can Informal Learning be applied to eLearning scenarios?