April 24, 2014

Starting a Traditional Online Degree Program Today: Go Big or Go Home

In this provocative post, a university online learning insider throws cold water on the idea that there is still an opportunity for universities to get into the online game through a gradualist approach. In this environment where student expectations are high, adult student enrollments are stagnating, and competition is intense, the author argues that universities just entering the online learning market must “Go Big or Go Home.” Is the golden age of online higher education already over for traditional universities?

by Eric J. Hagan
April 21, 2014 | Sponsored

Top 18 Incredible Resources On Using QR Codes in eLearning and mLearning

We at Learnnovators have always been excited about Quick Response (QR) Codes. We have been doodling about leveraging the possibilities these quirky square codes offer while developing cost effective and powerful mobile performance support solutions. Today, when we are contemplating on a design for a mobile learning solution for one of our clients to help make their product unpacking and commissioning processes effortless, we set out on a journey to explore and learn more about this wonderful tool. Read on...
by Ravi Pratap Singh
April 17, 2014

Enhanced Learning and Teaching through Utilisation of Web-based Technologies

The phenomenal evolution of Internet in terms of access, content, and teaching platforms has resulted in many more individuals considering retraining through blended learning. A market niche for an online Professional Development Award (PDA) in Project Management was identified as a suitable programme to utilise and exploit the available blended learning platforms at Forth Valley College (FVC). The accredited course by Scottish Qualification Authority (SQA) and Chartered Managers Institute (CMI) was adopted as the pilot programme, and adapted for online delivery.

by Nader Jarmooz