We've put together a quick guide that can help you plan and write effective e-learning questions. Check it out and save it for the next time you start you start designing an e-learning course.
Team EduBrite arrived Las Vegas on Oct 30th afternoon to participate in the DevLearn 2012. We immediately went to Aria Resort and Casino’s convention facility to make necessary preparations for exhibition which started on the Halloween day. This was team EduBrite’s first participation in learning expo event as an exhibitor. Day 1 (Oct 31, 2012) … Continue reading EduBrite at DevLearn 2012
A new learning technology specification, Tin Can API is gaining lot of momentum. It is a new standard that allows for tracking, storage and sharing of learning experiences practically anywhere and from any device. It captures common people’s learning habits and interactions. We all learn with our communications and interactions with other people, content, systems … Continue reading Popularity and adoption of Tin Can API
Last week we shared some tips about restricting access to course or specific modules/topics in a course. This week we are continuing on the same topic and sharing some more tips which will allow you to get even more flexibility while setting up the course session for your courses. Allowing access to course session for … Continue reading Enforcing Access contd..
Wikipedia definition of ‘Cloud Computing’ states that ….. Cloud computing is the use of computing resources (hardware and software) that are delivered as a service over a network (typically the Internet). The name comes from the use of a cloud-shaped symbol as an abstraction for the complex infrastructure it contains in system diagrams. Cloud computing … Continue reading Learning with Cloud
Have you ever thought of how the education will look like in future……. Think of our school going kids going to class with not bag full of books, but with small thin leather case in their hand holding an ipad tablet. The teacher in class is giving them geography lesson by helping them do web-conferencing … Continue reading What is going to drive the learning of future?
Over two decades in making and after having about 100 odd commercial and open source LMS solutions, is there any one of them, which can be used effectively by an individual trainer? Due to heavy focus on corporate training or education market, all of the LMS out there, seem to be designed to play well … Continue reading Scaling down an LMS – for an individual trainer
When any learning solution is designed, we always focus on our end users and their exceptional experience. In the past, the end user focus for learning solutions has been around academic or corporate audiences, which were mostly adult users. Learning landscape is changing dramatically and so is the definition of audiences. With new technologies and … Continue reading Revolutionizing learning – Keeping generations engaged
While there is an abundance of online training content out there, not all training courses achieve their number one objective: to engage the learner. Designing a great course (online or classroom) requires much more than an expert knowledge of the subject matter. The course creator/designer needs to begin with collecting the following information before creating … Continue reading Online Training : How to design a great course?
One of the first decisions an organization has to make about training is the format: instructor-led, or self-paced? Obviously, cost is a major determining factor, but what else needs to be considered? Typically, self-paced learning experiences can be rolled out quickly to large groups of people all over the world. Instructor-led training, on the other … Continue reading Instructor-Led Training vs Self-Paced Learning: Pros & Cons