The Friendliest Online Learning Guide Around - eLearning 101 - Book Review

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Wednesday, 02 January 2013 12:56
E-learning 101 is a short, upbeat e-book that helps students to solve common e-learning problems. The book takes around an hour to read, and offers some quality suggestions for making e-learning easier.

eLearning 101 - The Friendliest Online Learning Guide Around

A new student resource for nervous online learners features a smiling dog on most pages. The dogs help readers to smile, relax and engage with simple learning strategies and solutions.

The author, Dr Liz Hardy, runs ElearningTrainer.com. In working with more than 3,000 online students at a range of levels, she found that many learners were experiencing the same recurring e-learning issues. Liz believes that simple learning strategies – presented in a friendly way –  can help new students to find their feet and face e-learning with more confidence. This is why she calls her book “the friendliest online learning guide around”.

E-learning 101 is made up of 6 short lessons. A common e-learning problem is defined, and the reader is led through a simple learning strategy to solve it. Each lesson includes brief interactive worksheets; helping online students to fix their e-learning problems immediately.

The lessons cover some common e-learning problems, including:

  1. E-learning technology
  2. Finding enough time to study
  3. Getting motivated
  4. Curing procrastination
  5. Meeting deadlines, and
  6. Avoiding feeling isolated.

This student resource is for worried online learners who are new to e-learning. It is also a useful resource for e-learning professionals who are looking for an accessible e-learning guide for their students.

For further information I highly encourage you to visit E-learning 101 information pages

Last but not least, you can Read a chapter of E-learning 101 for Free!

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