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Aditya Pullagurla

Aditya Pullagurla

An e-learning specialist with core expertise in educational technologies. He received his Master’s degree in computer science from University of Western Australia.  Aditya Pullagurla also blogs on a broad range of subjects for online e-learning magazines, he also set himself up as a freelance e-learning consultant for work place training. Aditya Pullagurla continues to progress his passion for e-learning and his enthusiasm in learning technologies. He is also very interested in networking, collaboration and outsourcing. He currently resides in Sydney and can be contacted at his email [email protected] 

 

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Discover how you can implement or reinvent e-learning when a disruptive technology adheres education. Following this tips will keep your business on top of your competitors, making your business model more flexible and fruitful.
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Research has shown that dropout rates for an online college is increasing compared to traditional colleges. However, one can still motivate a distance learner to study using the following best-kept secrets of distance learning. The article lays out some sure-fire strategies that will work in the favor of the adult learners.
Monday, 10 February 2014 17:50

What is Google Hiding From Educators?

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We've been in Google mode for more than a decade, however Google just now is sharing some of the best practices for the classroom with Course Builder MOOC. Tuning my edutech brain to optimum level, here are some of the things I've realized about Google course builder and how it might change the course of online education in the near future.
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As we evidence the growth and development of computing devices and associated wearable technology, we notice that they tend to provide more options for developers. We can relate their implications for educational technology with what happened to mobile operating systems. Besides, more insights can be gained as new platforms emerge. But for now, these wearable computing devices are basically connected to mobile devices such as smartphones. The trend towards further miniaturization suggests that soon enough there will no longer be any tethering involved.
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There are many great educators and they all have one thing in common. It is not that they are the best among the best in their own field. Instead, they are the ones who know best how to facilitate learning. Teachers may be experts in their respective niche, but if they do not possess the facility to assist students in the learning process, it does not matter how much they know or how skilled they are.
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Online education is now one of the up and coming, fast & furious trends speeding along the cyber highway. There are many who have embraced it, but there are still some who dismiss its merits without any further consideration. This disregard will only get them to lag in the race because there is nothing else like it and there is no other form of learning yet of equal momentum.
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If you are considering Online Universities for your degree or career training, there are a few important points to consider in choosing your online degree offers by Online University. At this article you will find 8 Important Tips To Choose The Best Online University for your reference.  
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In today’s world of growing demand for eLearning related services, outsourcing for right reasons will help your company grow and save money. However, there are few things which you need to tick in your checklist in pursuing the right eLearning vendor. The advantages of outsourcing eLearning services are not only financially. The strategic partnerships and global collaboration achieved are quite important as well.
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The demand for eLearning services is pushing many eLearning freelancers to setup their own eLearning Start-up company. Despite of their eLearning expertise, new eLearning start-up CEOs should be aware that their job role is no more confined to that of a CTO or a CLO in an organization. Knowing and dominating your eLearning niches, having specialized eLearning services and tools is not just enough for creating a successful eLearning start-up. Long-term growth and profitability is well managed when you follow certain tips.
Wednesday, 04 December 2013 13:17

LMS Support: Train your staff the right way!

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Implementing a new LMS in your school or organization should centrally support the staff into new environment. Doing this the right way may include facilitating workshops and demonstrations, drop-in sessions and on request training. Further it will require online information with a help desk. Despite of the training efforts you make to minimize the reaction to change, often staff with less tech knowledge are left out. Overcoming these drawbacks can help you save costs on training as well as optimizing the full learning management systems.
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