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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Momenta Learning No. 48 News on Elearning and Online Learning

Welcome to the No. 48 Issue of Momenta Learning News on Elearning and Online Learning.

UW-Extension dean: Flexibility critical in serving nontraditional learners

CBE and culture are critical in David Schejbal's work to meet older students' needs When David Schejbal thinks about expanding opportunities for nontraditional students in higher education, he thinks about them as consumers. Schejbal is the dean of continuing education, outreach and e-learning at the University of Wisconsin-Extension.

Survey Finds Digital Content Used in 80% of Schools

Press Release] ASCD and OverDrive Survey Finds Digital Content Used in 80% of Schools and Districts eBooks, audiobooks and digital textbooks use in the classroom on the rise with more teachers planning on using the digital content for curriculum use CLEVELAND - April 1, 2016 - Digital content use in schools is no longer a new frontier, with more than 80 percent of schools and districts now using some form of digital content in the classroom.

E-Learning: Why e-education is important in higher schools

One solution may involve moving learning online. E-learning of various kinds offers a way switch to a demand-driven paradigm, putting clients - students and potential employers - in the driver's seat, and so reducing costs dramatically, while enhancing relevance. Indeed, if more than a tiny élite is to be educated, e-learning is the only option.

Trivantis | Modifying Templates to Gamify Your eLearning

Lectora User Conference Sessions Game On: Working Smarter, Not Harder by Modifying Templates to Gamify Your eLearning Hands-on Lab/Workshop, Intermediate Ms. Windy Schneider, eLearning Developer/ISD CACI, Inc Znar Zebari, Project Manager CACI, Inc Session Objectives: Learn to modify an existing template to create an interactive module Create badges using and import to gamify the...

Why You Should Use Infographics in Your eLearning Course - Venngage

Eva Creerson is an eLearning specialist and content writer at writing service. She loves exploring new ways of engaging learners. It doesn't matter if the information you're sharing is large or small, generated by yourself or compiled from outside research, eLearners have a need to visualize data.

Interaction Builder Speeds Up eLearning Development

Here at the eLearning Brothers headquarters, we know Lectora® is a fantastic authoring tool that allows you to create robust eLearning interactions that look great. But sometimes you need to quickly deliver a desktop course to your learners and don't have the time to build things up from scratch.

The Benefits of Creating an Online Learning Space

You teach every day in an offline classroom, but the benefits of spending some class timeonline are impossible to deny. When you bring online learning into the equation, students can step outside the four walls of your classroom, while engaging with the content and building a wide variety of 21st century skills.

Is Nursing a STEM Field? Experts Disagree

By Sarah HedgecockForbes Would a nursing program fall under the STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) umbrella? Or are nursing and similar fields kind of their own thing? All over the internet there are message boards where people at all stages of nursing programs argue over whether they work in a STEM field or something else.

Dispelling Myths About Online Learning

Despite the growing number of virtual students, many academics still believe outcomes for online education are inferior to those of face-to-face instruction, according to Babson Survey Research Group's most recent annual report, Online Report Card - Tracking Online Education in the United States . In my experience, the opposite is true.

Most K-12 online learning content does not meet needs of students with disabilities

Online education is growing rapidly, reaching millions of students every day. However, a Center on Online Learning and Students with Disabilities at the University of Kansas study has found the majority of online educational products are not designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities and struggling learners. Sean J.

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