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January 23, 2016

Transfection (Trans- +[In]Fection) As Teaching: What Molecular Biology Has In Common With eLearning

What is the relationship between eLearning and transfection? Unlike social media, eLearning is more controlled, which prevents it from “going viral”; however, it can be transfected to a learner. Focus on Instructional Design marks an edu-tectonic shift to course content, delivery, and design in an effort to make the most lasting effect on learners. Ideal Instructional Design combines content, context, and personalized material in educational learning payloads.
by Carrie Bailey
November 30, 2015

7 Tips To Create Personal Learning Paths In eLearning

No matter what the subject matter might be or the background of your target audience, learning should be a personal endeavor. But how do you offer your online learners the key takeaways and fulfill goals and objectives while still catering to their individual needs and wants, especially if you have a large audience? In this article, I will explore how to create personal learning paths, and I’ll share 7 tips that can help you integrate personal learning paths into your eLearning course design.
by Christopher Pappas
November 25, 2015

From Traditional Learning Management Systems Toward Adaptive Learning Spaces

Learning management systems are extensively used by higher education institutions, K-12 schools, corporations for online training purposes. There is no doubt that it is an increasingly growing sub-market of eLearning. Some sources claim that it will experience a growth rate of 23% between 2017 and 2018. The question is whether their future is really promising for online and blended learning.
by Didem Yesil
October 9, 2015

Personalization Of eLearning Process

Every single learning process should be adapted to the target group. To make it happen we used to perform analysis before we start to design it. Thinking about the eLearning process we can be, however, much more accurate in delivering training intervention. We can not only analyze the needs of the target group and design the process corresponding to the findings, but we can also personalize it to meet the needs of every single learner. Let’s take a look at the personalization of eLearning process and how to do it.
by Marek Hyla
September 30, 2015

Online Personal Training: The Future Of Fitness?

It’s no surprise there’s a lot of information online. It’s also no surprise you can get a lot done from behind your computer screen. Whether you want to know who the 36th President of the United States was or to pay your cable bill, all you need is the internet. What might be more surprising, then, is the surge in the popularity of online personal training. While so much of what has been replaced by computers and the internet can be described as impersonal, that’s not the case with a well-crafted personal fitness program - that just so happens to be on the computer.
by Adrienne Erin
September 11, 2015

Do We Have Different Learning Needs?

In today’s learning world there seems to be a huge spectrum between the associated characteristics of the various generations of learners; however, ultimately, whether we are Millennials or Baby Boomers, are we that dissimilar? Do we all have different learning needs?
by Marie Faulkner
August 21, 2015

The Power Of Personalization In eLearning

Ask 10 people to order a pizza and you’ll see just how individual we all are and that there are endless ways to create personal savory perfection. Thin base or thick? Order in or take out? More mozzarella… but hold the anchovies, thanks! Personalization allows us to add a touch of the pizza experience to eLearning through customizing content and features to the learner’s individual needs, preferences, and learning style. Through applying personalization in eLearning, learning content can be presented to the individual rather than the group… and allow everyone to choose their own toppings!
by Ruby Spencer, CTDP