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Antarctica online

Rhian and I have been pre-recording lectures for our online courses for three years now. Our online courses are asynchronous, which means that students can watch the lectures when and where it suits them – they just need to complete the assignments that are due at the end of each module. 474 more words

Teaching

CLASSROOM SETTINGS

  Face to Face, Traditional Classroom

Bates and Watson mentioned that, “professors may feel the quality of their instruction is directly related to the quality of their lecture.” (2008) As student I couldn’t agree with this statement more. 528 more words

Why Cloud Authoring tools are the best tools for elearning

Let’s start by understanding, what exactly is ‘Cloud Authoring’!

Cloud authoring is ‘internet based authoring’. In other words, one can access these tools using their web browser. 289 more words

Visualizing Information Gathering and Digital Connectivity #edcmooc

Before I proceed to EDCMOOC’s next block, Being Human, let me take you to the thinking behind the following two visuals that are representing what I have learnt so far. 160 more words

The Best Websites to Learn Coding Online

The Learn to Code movement, with the backing of the likes of Obama and Bill Gates, is picking up momentum worldwide and that is actually a very good thing as even basic programming skills can have a major impact. 664 more words

Web

Online Education

Should I Further My School Education?

You may be one of the majority working a full time job and considering some options because you are looking for something… 1,718 more words

Internet Marketing

Guest Post: What is nano-learning?

This post is provided by guest blogger, N. Heidi Hess, current student in the MS Training and Development program

Earlier this year I was introduced to the idea of nano-learning. 322 more words

Adult Learning Theory