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I recently discovered that Ko Awatea LEARN, the eLearning platform developed by Ko Awatea for Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) recently achieved another milestone – 626 more words

Ko Awatea

Photo Galleries

Photo galleries are a great way to tell a story or visualise an event. This week I participated in Elearning Hero’s Challenge #84 – Using Image Sliders and Photo Galleries. 148 more words

Elearning

Recent Email from "Blackboard Learning" is NOT official - Please delete it

Good afternoon.  We’ve heard today from three separate of an email faculty are receiving from “Blackboard Learning”. (Please see screenshot below).

This is NOT an official email from UTD’s eLearning Team or the UTD eLearning server.  32 more words

News

eLearning Reminders: Adding a TA/User, Course Merge Requests

Happy Summer Semester! Some friendly eLearning reminders to help get your semester started…

Need to add a TA to your eLearning course?  Click here to submit your request. 95 more words

ELearning

The Story - Part Two - Why a Blog?

When Albert Einstien wrote up his theory of relativity on the blackboard, it wasn’t the blackboard that made the magic; when Frank Darabont created The Shawshank Redemption from the Stephen King novella, the cinematography, and acting were brilliant, but it was the story that won us over, just as it did with Schindler’s List. 3,186 more words

Curiosity

How important are soft skills in today's job market?

What really is the most important skill set an employee can have? Is it their education? What about practical trade skills in their field?

New research from several online education companies indicates “soft skills,” such as a good attitude, a willingness to learn and a strong work ethic are just as important, if not more than the sets mentioned above. 222 more words

Professional Development

12 Ways To Make Your Brain More Efficient

A lot of factors can have an impact on your overall intelligence such as your family genetics, preschool education, the way your parents treated you as a child, illnesses etc. 550 more words