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Implementation Of The Experience API Within The SOFAD Author Environment

Implementation Of The Experience API Within The SOFAD Author Environment

This experimentation was conducted in the course of the regular activities of GTN-Québec, with the technical support of the SOFAD IT team. The purpose of the experimentation is to make recommendations available to the education community on the implementation of this new standard in the online learning field. The following lines briefly present the approach taken for implementation of the xAPI specification within our author environment. We first explain why we decided to design our own plugin (SOFAD/author). We describe the limitations we encountered with SCORM. We show how the implementation of xAPI in our authoring environment allowed us to solve the limitations encountered with SCORM. We identify some possible issues and constraints with this new standard. Finally, we propose some recommendations.

Language e-Learning Redefined

Language e-Learning Redefined

The true value of e-learning is misunderstood and the industry focus is misplaced. E-learning professionals and the industry too strongly support collaboration, neglecting the aspect of the individual learning process. What's more, learning languages is very much different than learning other subjects, as it is a complex transformation process, and the e-learning for languages needs to be viewed from a different perspective. Language e-learning needs to be redefined.

How to Encourage Continuously Interactive Discussions

How To Encourage Continuously Interactive Online Discussions

Ever get tired of grading posts at 11:00 pm on a Sunday night as the last students desperately try to finish the week’s discussion question with just minutes remaining? Looking for ways to keep a more even flow of posts and better interactions among your students? This article shares two techniques to develop better learning communities with more and better interactions among students in online discussions.

How to Get Started With e-Learning

How to Get Started with e-Learning

If you’re new to e-Learning, this post is for you! Perhaps you’re a new e-Learning developer or you’re creating a brand-new online training program at your organization. Maybe you’re a novice who needs to create an e-Learning course quickly. In that case, you’ll need to know the basics. Don’t worry—with the right strategies and tools, you’ll be an e-Learning pro in no time.

Your Ticket to Great Instructional Design

Your Ticket to Great Instructional Design

Instructional design is certainly not an easy business. Having been in the learning, training and development industry for more than 27 years, I can assertively say so. Instructional designers shoulder the important responsibility of sugar-coating the critical learning content in such a manner that training becomes not just a mandatory activity, but something that employees love. Now how do you do that? How can you possibly turn something boring into something that employees love? The answer to that is what differentiates a good instructional design from a poor one.

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7 Steps To Make Really, Really Effective e-Learning

There are many different things to consider when designing a course but what makes the e-Learning really effective to the point that 98% of respondents give a positive response? Human Factors expert Emil Reisser-Weston examines the 7 steps you need to take to ensure that your e-Learning is relevant, processed and recalled effectively. It will change your perception of what e-Learning should be.