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8 Factors That Promote Online Collaboration In eLearning

8 Factors That Promote Online Collaboration In eLearning

Online collaboration adds a social dynamic to eLearning experiences and boosts active participation. However, collective problem-solving and group eLearning projects can be tricky in asynchronous eLearning environments. In this article, I'll explore the 8 most notable factors that promote online collaboration in eLearning.

What To Do When Online Discussion Dies

What To Do When Online Discussion Dies

Ever had a discussion forum or social chat fall silent? Students that are deeply engaged in forums and chat have a more enjoyable experience and are more likely to complete their course successfully. Here's how you can reignite engagement when online discussion dies.

7 Tips To Track Peer-Based Feedback In eLearning

7 Tips To Track Peer-Based Feedback In eLearning

Sometimes the best teachers are the learners themselves. They have the power to offer constructive criticism and valuable input to their peers. In the process, they expand their own understanding and build essential skills. In this article, I’ll share 7 tips for tracking peer-based feedback in your eLearning course.

7 Tips To Spark Online Discussions

7 Tips To Spark Online Discussions

Some of the most amazing eLearning experiences happen spontaneously during online discussions. Online learners have the power to connect with their peers and see things from a new perspective. In this article, I'll share 7 tips on how to spark online discussions, so that you can make your eLearning course collaborative, communicative, and engaging.

Átiko13: Inclusive Learning Through Music

Átiko13: Inclusive Learning Through Music

I met Maro Alberte of Átiko13 in a meetup aimed at non-profit associations. We were sitting in a circle, telling everyone what we did, as in an Anonymous Alcoholics meeting. All of us were giving support to young, short path projects, but most were well focused and had made great strides in a short time.