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What is an Instructional Designer and how to become one?
An Instructional Designer is a person who ensures that students learn efficiently by creating high quality learning materials that take into account their strengths and weaknesses. It does sound interesting, so the question arises: How can one become Instructional Designer?
4 essential Moodle plugins to make your course look great
With almost two thousand Moodle plugins out there, which ones should the course creator choose to enhance his/her courses? This article enlists some of the best Moodle plugins you can install in 2020.
Which are the biggest eLearning challenges and how to beat them?
Learn how to overcome the biggest eLearning challenges and daunting questions you might be asking yourself so you can meet students' needs with ease and style.
Key principles to consider when designing eLearning courses
How can a teacher who does not have the necessary background and experience in designing e-learning programs will be able to develop online courses from scratch
How to be prepared for online teaching and overcome potential difficulties?
This article focuses on how technical and pedagogical difficulties that can occur in remote teaching can be beaten effectively
How to teach online? Useful and easy tips to follow
Follow these easy and useful tips that will help you learn how to become a succesful eLearning educator
How to use True/False Variables in E-Learning
This week, our elearning challenge is to share an example that demonstrates how true/false variables can be used in e-learning.
Live your eLearning myth in Greece
How many of the myths mentioned in this article do you encounter in schools or organizations that offer "unique" and "successful" e-learning programs?
What is Holoportation and why it is the next big thing in education
Holoporation is a combination of the words "hologram" and "teleportation". Holoportation enables the user to see, hear and interact with remote participants, in 3d (holograms), as if they are actually present in the same physical space (teleportation)
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. Simply put, Courseduck is a search engine for online courses.
E-learning challenge #265
This week’s elearning heroes challenge is about Using Tooltips as Microinteractions in E-Learning.
Informal learning in eLearning
What is Informal Learning? What is the difference between Informal and Formal Learning? How can Informal Learning be applied to eLearning scenarios? Informal learning is any learning that is organized differently compared to the formal learning that happens inside classroom, either online or regular, because it has no pre-determined and clear objectives in terms of knowledge or learning outcomes.
How To Make The Most Out Of Your SCORM Package Embedded Into Moodle
You have used your favorite authoring tool to make your SCORM course, and it actually looks really nice as a standalone object. But is it enough? Will it look the same way when you upload it on Moodle? What needs to be done in order for it to be as user-friendly as possible?
What is a "Storyboard"?
Those who design and develop educational applications have undoubtedly come across the term "Storyboard", a vague and obscure term. So what is a Storyboard?
E-learning challenge #242
Ask a group of course designers we know how to make e-learning more engaging by using images, videos, and animations more effectively. The visuals and interactive elements are really good places to start. But there’s another element that’s often overlooked: audio.
The Importance of Interactivity in elearning
Why is it so vital for a course to be as interactive as possible? Static text and boring pictures cannot engage learners deeply. Instead, a variety of strategies should be taken into consideration.
6 reasons why Elearning programs fail
Despite the fact that in comparative development, corporate eLearning has developed by 900%, multiple training programs are still offered in an old-fashioned way of delivering eLearning