eLearning Challenges

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Inclusive And Accessible eLearning

Inclusive And Accessible eLearning

To develop online courses that are more inclusive, the role of Instructional Designers must move beyond the orchestration and arrangement of course content to partnering with faculty and support staff to implement curriculums that are mindful of ADA compliance. Furthermore, professional development must move beyond faculty acquiring technical expertise to pairing technological knowledge with principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). This article outlines ways that I, as an Instructional Designer, implemented such practices via a professional development seminar, in which faculty and staff learn the principles of Universal Design for Learning and develop skills to create ADA compliant MS Word documents, podcasts, and lecture captures. Excerpts from faculty and staff’s learning journals illustrate how they have grown as educators.

Corporate eLearning In Asia: The Global Relevance

Corporate eLearning In Asia: The Global Relevance

Comparatively speaking, corporate eLearning still represents a rather small portion of the overall eLearning market –8% according to one recent survey–, but in part because of that the upside potential is enormous, and nowhere is this truer than in Asia. Let us see what happens with corporate eLearning in Asia.

mLearning May Not Be Right For You - Here’s Why

mLearning May Not Be Right For You - Here’s Why

Sometimes it seems that you cannot go a day without hearing a mention of mLearning (mobile learning) in our little eLearning world. The market opportunity being spoken of is truly huge – a recent report by research firm Markets and Markets pegged the total spend on mobile learning in 2020 at $ 37.6 billion. Pretty much every player in the space has to sit up and take notice of such numbers. There has been a lot written, including by us, about situations where mLearning should become the preferred choice. That being said, though, what are the downsides? What are the situations where you should consider not climbing onto the mLearning bandwagon?

eLearning In Egypt: Will eLearning Be The Optimum Solution For Egypt's Educational System?

eLearning In Egypt: Will eLearning Be The Optimum Solution For Egypt's Educational System?

In today’s challenges that Egypt is facing generally and in its educational system specifically, it is highly essential to highlight some of the segment’s challenges and whether eLearning will be a helpful approach to overcome them or not; especially under the global and local economic tights. In this article and later ones, I will be highlighting some of the challenges of implementing eLearning in Egypt and I will also be mapping them with eLearning concepts to be overcome.

Why eLearning Is Key To Democratizing Higher Education In Africa 

Why eLearning Is Key To Democratizing Higher Education In Africa 

With Africa’s growing youth bulge, how will African countries cope with increasing numbers of tertiary student enrolments and high costs of expanding higher education institutions? eLearning is the best possible solution for democratizing higher education in Africa and ensuring that access to quality higher education is not limited by geographical location, tuition fees, or lack of access to academic resources.

3 Key Challenges Of Implementing eLearning In Africa

3 Key Challenges Of Implementing eLearning In Africa

Africa is an emerging market for eLearning, however the continent continues to lag behind developed economies in the effective implementation of eLearning. What are the key challenges that have to be taken into account when implementing eLearning in Africa and what strategies are being applied to overcome these challenges?

4 eLearning Challenges In Creating Courses For Multiple Devices Including Smartphones

4 eLearning Challenges In Creating Courses For Multiple Devices Including Smartphones

In this technology-savvy world, the learners use multiple devices to stay connected with the world, and simultaneously use their free time effectively by browsing information on their smartphones, iPads, etc. Now to live up to this multi-usage expectation, eLearning specialists have to design and deliver courses for multiple devices; courses that effectively work across different resolutions, screen sizes, and operating systems. But this is not an easy task!