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Listen Up - Coursera, iVersity, and Udemy!!!

Listen Up - Coursera, iVersity, and Udemy!!!

I recently took a couple of courses from Coursera and iVersity. The former is an established American name in the world of MOOCs while the latter is European and showing tremendous growth. I also took a course from Udemy, which is a major player in delivering reasonably good quality free and paid courses. In this post, I’ve…well…identified a few basic issues related to learner engagement.

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What Students Love about e-Learning Courses

Since a continually increasing number of students are turning to online education, there are numerous courses available on the internet. Designing a basic online course may be difficult and is no different than working on an eLearning course. If you wish to design an effective e-learning program, that’ll make the transition from classroom to e-learning as pleasant as possible for the students, then that is a different story. It requires a good deal of time, planning, and hard work.

14 Tips To Create And Present A Highly Effective Webinar

14 Tips To Create And Present A Highly Effective Webinar

Webinars are a powerful medium of learning delivery across varied learner groups - small or large. Easy to access as well as convenient, webinars are an effective mode of learning for professionals who can fit in the short bursts of learning into their schedules. At the following article you will find 8 Tips To Create a Highly Effective Virtual Presentation and 6 Tips To Present an Impactful Webinar.

5 Rapid e-Learning Best Practices

5 Rapid e-Learning Best Practices

When you feel the need for speed, there’s only one thing to turn to—your favorite rapid e-Learning tool, of course! Rapid e-Learning tools can be an absolute lifesaver when you’re crunched for time but still want to produce a quality presentation. Check out this overview of rapid e-Learning, plus a few best practices to keep in mind as you’re developing rapid e-Learning.