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Saturday, April 2, 2016

Momenta Learning No. 42 News on Elearning and Online Learning

Welcome to the No. 42 Issue of Momenta Learning News on Elearning and Online Learning.

Solving the Special Education Crisis through Online Speech, Occupational, and Behavioral Therapies

Across the country, schools and districts are leveraging digital learning to overcome these staffing and resource challenges in order to improve student outcomes and to address the many needs of their K-12 students.


According to the ICAPGen Mission Statement, one of our organization's central functions is, "recruiting, encouraging, mentoring, and educating genealogists." Because of that, we are pleased to share links to quality educational opportunities for the genealogical community. One of the best opportunities around is the series of university courses offered by Brigham Young University.

What Is Blended Learning?

How do we empower educators to personalize instruction for each student's needs? We recognize that it's very difficult to differentiate instruction for 25 students in a single classroom using a single textbook. The advent of advanced learning technologies empowers teachers to personalize instruction in ways never before possible.

Creating A Culture Of Constant Learning Through Online Courses

O.C. Tanner develops employee recognition strategies and rewards programs that help companies appreciate people who do great work.

Adobe & eLearning Brothers add 70+ Scenario Interactions to Captivate 9 Asset Store

We've just released four new templates into the Captivate 9 Assets library. These interactions are branching scenarios that are themed around the many ways we communicate: mail, computers, tablets, and phones. The included assets come with over 70 total scenario interactions that will help your learners to distinguish good decisions from bad ones.

What's Online Learning?

Online learning is a method of delivering educational material via the internet instead of in a physical classroom. There are many different applications for online learning. The simplest form of online learning involves providing a website with downloadable content and assessment booklets that are completed then emailed or even posted back to the institute for assessment.

Are MOOCs right for high schoolers?

James, a 17-year-old high school student from rural Georgia, took his first MOOC when he was just 15. Since then, he's completed four others in a variety of subjects. With hopes of pursuing a career in chemical engineering, MOOCs have helped set James in the right direction.

Oriole Online Tutorials: Learning through narrative and computable content

SEBASTOPOL, CA--(Marketwired - March 21, 2016) - O'Reilly Media introduces Oriole Online Tutorials, a unique new medium that blends code, data, text, and video into a narrated learning experience with computable content. Oriole Online Tutorials run on HTML pages driven by Jupyter notebooks. "There are people who learn by reading,...

Goal Tracking for Academic Success in the Online Environment

By Allyson Donohue & Stephanie Kennedy Assessment Specialists, Academic Advising at American Public University Many students focus on goal planning and track their progress throughout their online program, and this includes creating and achieving short-term and long-term goals.

Free Audio Files for E-Learning | The Rapid E-Learning Blog

The other day someone asked for some links to free audio files to use as background audio. Personally, I'm not sure how much demand there really is for free audio files but to help you out, I'll share some of the resources I've collected.

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