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Using Virtual Reality In Education

Using Virtual Reality In Education

The beginning of the Sixties, besides the Cuban Crisis and the rise of the hippie movement, is notable for giving birth to Sensorama, one of the earliest prototypes of the modern virtual reality equipment. It allowed for viewing stereoscopic 3D images accompanied by stereo sound, smells, as well as wind effect. The device was revolutionary for its time, and it spearheaded the development of what Jaron Zepel Lanier dubbed in 1989 as “Virtual Reality” (VR). Having obtained a catchy name, the new technology has been gathering new adherents ever since.

6 Tips For Choosing A Responsive LMS For Multi-Platform Online Courses

6 Tips For Choosing A Responsive LMS For Multi-Platform Online Courses

While some online learners still rely on their trusty desktop computers to access online courses, an increasing number are now using their mobile devices to engage in amazing mobile learning experiences. But how do you choose a LMS that offers the responsive design features you need to create multi-platform online courses? In this article, I’ll share 6 tips that can help you select the perfect responsive LMS for multi-platform online courses.

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eLmL 2016

eLmL 2016 is dedicated to educators, eLearning experts, and students to exchange their ideas, experiences and lessons learnt in different facets of modern learning.

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e-CASE and e-Tech 2016

The conference is organized by the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, the Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan and the Shih Chien University, Taiwan.

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ExpertusONE Named #1 LMS by Craig Weiss

Expertus’ learning management system tops E-Learning 24/7’s 2016 rankings for its “modern and easy to use” design, advanced mobile app, “extensive” compliance capabilities and overall completeness.

Knowledge Mining: Instructional Designers Note That Data Is Not Knowledge, Just As Crude Oil Is Not Rocket Fuel

Knowledge Mining: Instructional Designers Note That Data Is Not Knowledge, Just As Crude Oil Is Not Rocket Fuel

Today’s employees are knowledge miners. Because data are just that – data. Data has no intrinsic meaning or usefulness. Like buried coal or oil, it is inert; it is static, useless to us. It does, however, have enormous potential. In fact it has incalculable possibilities. And that is where Instructional Designers can play a crucial role. Let me explain.