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6 Ways Of Capturing eLearning Feedback

6 Ways Of Capturing eLearning Feedback

Several years ago, I attended a Creative Writing course at a local community college. On day-1, the instructor handed out a stack of documents –the Day’s Outline– and asked us to quickly review them to understand what we were about to learn. What happened next is a classic case of miscommunication and misunderstanding – something that eLearning course creators should learn from and avoid!

Feedback In Online Courses: Advice From Emily Dickinson

Feedback In Online Courses: Advice From Emily Dickinson

Feedback is critical to effective learning. Some of the best advice of feedback for online learners that I've read comes from a reclusive America poet who died 100 years before the dawn of online learning. In this article; providing effective feedback in online courses from Emily Dickinson.

8 Tips To Use Compliance Online Training Gamification To Collect Feedback

8 Tips To Use Compliance Online Training Gamification To Collect Feedback

Let's face it, compliance online training isn't the most enjoyable activity. In fact, employees usually dread mandatory online training courses, regarding them as dull and dry. However, there is a way to turn the tides and gather valuable insights from your employees. In this article, I'll explain how to use compliance online training gamification to collect feedback for your corporate eLearning program.

6 Ways To Use Mistake-Driven Learning

6 Ways To Use Mistake-Driven Learning

We are fastidious about teaching learners all the right things. Do this, then do that, and then that. We don’t want to miss out on any point, lest they make a mistake. But what can mistakes teach us? Here is how to use mistake-driven learning by building mistakes purposefully into your courses and leverage them for teaching.