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Just to start a discussion, goggling on Internet I found out an interesting study about the redundancy in the eLearning: a series of studies by Mayer, Heiser, and Lonn found that learners who received a multimedia lesson with animation and audio narration alone performed on average 79% better than learners who received a lesson containing animations, audio, and redundant text. 112 more words
Many moons ago, I took a few courses using the Desire2Learn platform. It was in the early days of e-Learning and I am fairly certain those experiences gave me insight into what was needed to make online courses and served to fuel my later wish to pursue a degree in Instructional Design. 402 more words
If a user doesn’t have access to a network resource, a file server has not historically given the most user-friendly response: an Access Denied message and an OK button. 339 more words
The question was: “How is this done?” In fact the question is [Y](“Why”)?
Some years back, I realized that those who control the information, who can turn it into knowledge, can master everything. 732 more words