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Why Blended Learning Is Better

Why Blended Learning Is Better

Blended learning is a buzz word that’s been thrown around quite a bit lately and brings together the best of both classroom learning and elearning. In fact it seems to be the ideal solution all-around as it appeals to all learning styles, circumstances, needs and demands. It combines the support of classroom learning with the flexibility of elearning.

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Exposing 5 Popular e-Learning Myths

People’s opinions on the effectiveness of e-learning vary based on their own experiences. Determining what is true and what is myth can be challenging. Based on the 20 years of experience Interactive Services has in designing and developing custom learning solutions for compliance, sales, manufacturing and technology, our company has addressed a number of popular myths about e-learning.

Why Digital Learning Is Here To Stay

Why Digital Learning Is Here To Stay

Digital learning is coming whether people like it or not. The new standards call for it. Twenty-first century readiness requires it. Future jobs rely on it. There is no doubt that educational technology has the power to motivate kids, so why not harness that passion in the K-12 classroom? There are many reasons why digital learning has arrived and is here to stay.

The 5 Best Internet Safety Resources for Teachers

The 5 Best Internet Safety Resources for Teachers

The Internet is one of the greatest tools on the planet for enhancing student learning. It is a smorgasbord of information waiting to be devoured by hungry minds. However, it can also be a dangerous place where students find themselves alone and uneducated about how to handle tricky situations. Use these 5 Best Internet Safety Resources for Teachers to educate yourself and your students about how to be better and safer users of the World Wide Web.

Top 4 Tips for Designing Information-Based Courses

We design more information-based courses today than we would care to admit. Agreed, these courses can instead be called web pages, cheat sheets, information dumps, knowledge  stores, etc. They don’t necessarily have to fall under the ambit of ‘courses’. But whatever we call them, the fact remains that these are designed by learning designers, and we would do well to keep a few good practices in mind before we set upon designing them.