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December 8, 2013

How To Handle Broken Links In Online Courses

The availability of excellent, free web-based resources has led millions of instructors to incorporate online content into their online courses. The problem is that these resources are not permanently available. Copyright violations and repository changes often lead to video and other resources links getting broken. What are instructors, faculty and trainers to do?
by Martha Gold
October 27, 2013

Creating Bite-Size Learning With SlideTalk

Organizing learning as collections of short educational episodes is a trend that is getting more and more attention from corporates. While educational episodes do not provide a complete context and do not provide a complete background in the same way as a full course could do, they are particularly effective in delivering “ just enough” or “just-in-time” information, and are often more easily accepted by employees than larger and more time-consuming courses.
by Paolo Leva
March 26, 2013

How To Build Instructional Videos

Tutorials are an effective way to deliver how-to knowledge on very well defined subject. There are plenty of tutorials on the internet on virtually any subject, from how to bake bread to how to solve a mathematical problem to how to perform an operation with a particular software.

by Paolo Leva
March 11, 2013

What Do Teachers, Marketers, And HR Managers Have In Common?

Teachers, marketers and HR managers share the need to communicate, present, persuade, engage, explain, introduce and document. They would naturally focus on different topics and target different audiences, but their goal is the same: reach out to an audience and find effective ways to get their message across.

by Paolo Leva