Transformational Technology in Higher Education Attendees to Explore Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Wearable Technologies and More
Higher-ed tech decision makers will explore new and emerging technologies when they attend the Transformational Technology in Higher Education conference March 24 - 25 in Denver. Attendees will follow this rapidly evolving environment which is vital in developing and sustaining a culture of innovation that accelerates positive change within and beyond institutions.
Working in the Invisible? Find Your eLearning "Idea Canvas" by Bucky J. Dodd : Learning Solutions Magazine
The majority of our work in eLearning design is performed in the invisible: discovering what is in the minds of subject matter experts and translating it into solutions. This requires finding a way to make our practices visible. The solution? An idea canvas: a shared language for modeling learning environments.
Here's a free elearning template I created for a recent workshop. I used it to highlight a few key production tips, which you'll find below. The free template includes three interactions: two timelines and one process interaction. Click here to view an example of the free template.
Online education comes with plenty of drawbacks. The cons tend to amplify when schools try to integrate e-learning into a broader bricks-and-mortar college experience: Students are said to get bored, learn less, or absorb only a portion of the intellectual atmosphere they'd find in physical classrooms. Despite all that, online learning as part of university programs-also known as distance learning-has managed to...
Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) February 10, 2016 Today, during its 16th annual Cite Online Learning Conference, Pearson announced this year's online learning excellence award recipients honoring K-20 educators and administrators who are making significant contributions in online education.
Yoram Neumann and Edith Neumann While holding leadership positions at several institutions of higher learning in the early 1990s, we developed a unique vision for a new online university based on the Robust Learning Model, a holistic approach to learning derived from our own published research.
Emotions, Learning, and the Brain: Exploring the Educational Implications of Affective Neuroscience, by Mary Helen Immordino-Yang
Luna Centifanti on the important role that emotions play in our ability to assimilate knowledge
BMJ, a global healthcare knowledge provider, has joined forces with the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), a world leader in biomedical research, to provide self-study online modules for doctors and healthcare researchers to develop their research skills and become published authors. Research to Publication is an e-learning programme for doctors, researchers and students everywhere.
Posted by Julee Ho on February 10, 2016. Options abound for companies looking for an online learning platform to support their elearning program. That's the good news. The difficult part for anyone responsible for building online courses comes when it's time to select the right option for your unique requirements.
Creative people have more fun. They come up with new ideas and with new ways of doing things; they are often willing to take more risks. They are the artists, the writers, the researchers, the social changers, and the inventors. They are that "crazy" relative who always enjoys life so much.