Can Serious Games Spice Up Product Knowledge Training?

By Steven Boller on 21 Mar 2014
Product knowledge training has traditionally been difficult because of the large amounts of information learners must simply remember. Using serious games for learning and sound instructional design principles can vastly…

Open Education: Why It's Fair Game For Everyone

By Dorothy Hunter on 21 Mar 2014
Open education doesn't discriminate. It doesn't matter whether you're a genius or someone with minimal education background. It poses a lot of possibilities to anyone who wants to learn without…

Managing e-Learning Projects

By Marina Arshavskiy on 19 Mar 2014
Managing e-Learning Projects is extremely important for successful e-Learning course design. This article is the first in a series about e-Learning Project Management. Check it out and learn the Top…

H5P: An Open Source HTML5 eLearning Authoring Tool

By Magnus Vik Magnussen on 19 Mar 2014
This article introduces an emerging open source HTML5 eLearning authoring tool called H5P. With H5P, you can create mobile friendly, interactive HTML5 eLearning content directly in a web browser without…

The Misuse of PowerPoint in Learning

By Christopher Pappas on 18 Mar 2014
With several online articles addressing the downside of PowerPoint use, this was the week of PowerPoint bashing. Is it just coincidence or is this the beginning of a trend?

Digital Apps to Complement Classroom Language Learning

By Meredith Cicerchia on 17 Mar 2014
How can language teachers avoid the pain and frustration of blended learning pitfalls? By using and recommending new technology that complements rather than replaces classroom learning. Learn more about the…

MOOC: Stop Complaining and Just Enjoy Them!

By Robert F. DeFinis on 17 Mar 2014
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are not for everyone, but everyone can benefit from them if willing to keep an open mind. Stop overanalyzing revolutionary ideas within education and stop…

Beating the Forgetting Curve with Distributed Practice

By Ravi Pratap Singh on 16 Mar 2014
After our inspiring and thought-provoking interview with Connie Malamed, we were left wondering about the interesting human nature that is revealed with the ‘forgetting curve’, and its impact on learning…

On Higher Education Accountability

By Dorothy Kropf on 15 Mar 2014
In education, government mandates monitor the accountability and transparency of institutions. In higher education, government mandates result to implementation of new processes and policies (Hall & Hord, 2011). Higher education…