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BMJ eLearning

BMJ Elearning gave a demonstration of the BMJ elearning resources to our Trust’s Academic Meeting of doctors in October. It’s primarily aimed at doctors but it’s not just for clinical staff as it also covers personal development e.g. 167 more words

Resources

Q&A: Unicorn Head of Content Development Laura Hooper

Ahead of the e-learning awards on Thursday 6 November, where the eCreator has been shortlisted for Most Innovative New Learning Product, we caught up with Unicorn’s Head of Content Development Laura Hooper for a chat about the world of content development. 604 more words

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Case of the Week 20th Oct 2014

Hi all,

We’re starting a series of #CaseOfTheWeek.  Every week we’ll put up a new image in a post on the website and on twitter and ask you #WhatsTheDiagnosis.   32 more words

Elearning

The more ... the less, so the less, the more

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

News

Desire2Learn - (First ID Experience)

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

ELearning

MICROSOFT 70-412: OBJECTIVE 2.2.3 – Perform access-denied remediation

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

Certification Guides

History of a image: "Text Mining on Twitter Timeline"

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

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