Sobre el B-learning. Moodle. Moodle2ToolGuideforTeachers-v11-es-1. How Rapid eLearning Development Provides Additional Value to an eLearning Project. Would you be interested to know how Rapid eLearning Development provides additional value to an eLearning Project?
Also, at this post I will explain 3 important reasons to choose Rapid eLearning Development vs Traditional eLearning Development. From corporate training to small business exercises to education platforms, eLearning has taken the learning world by storm. It is the inexpensive, convenient replacement to traditional teaching methods. In an attempt to maximize this demand for efficient training, there has been a shift in focus for many organizations from traditional instructional design and development to rapid eLearning development. Although there is speculation over the effectiveness of rapid eLearning development, it is clear that in the right instances, completed correctly, it can actually add value to eLearning projects.
References: Boulet, G. (2012). Kursham, M. (2010). Rosen, A. (2006). Santally, M.I., Rajabalee, Y., Cooshna-Nalk, D. (2012). Unrein, J. (2012). Designing A Learning Management System? Here Are 3 Tips To Make It Better. By Victoria Rojas What makes a great Learning Management System?
This was a question answered in 2012 by this infographic that ranked the top 20 LMSs based on things like total number of users, customers, Twitter followers, and Facebook likes. Not surprisingly, the number-one spot was filled by Moodle, the free, open-source Learning Management System that allows anyone to assemble the LMS that’s just right for them. But creating a custom system can be a daunting task, and without the right planning, a simple project can turn into a big headache. Having helped a number of schools design and build custom systems, here are the top three things I recommend considering when designing or adopting a Learning Management System. 3 Tips To Design A Better Learning Management System 1.
We’re obsessed with data these days, and for good reason: it’s relatively easy to get if you know what you’re looking for. 2. Once you know what you need users to tell you, you should make it easy for them to do so. 3. 5 Essential Tools For Your LMS. Learning Management Systems are great tools, but at the end of the day, they're ultimately built for students, not trainers.
Here's a five common components that we believe you should consider adding to your Learning Management System. One of the things we're passionate about here at Administrate is empowering training managers, the often unseen force behind a successful training session. We believe that software can be the leverage they need to help them save time and achieve more than they otherwise could. We also believe that the classic Learning Management System isn't enough to deliver amazing training - a few more tools are required. Here's a few common components that we believe you should consider adding to your Learning Management System. 1) Customer Relationship Management (CRM) 2) Powerful Reporting 3) Seamless Integration with Marketing Tools Marketing is the lifeblood of any business, but many smaller organizations struggle with maintaining a comfortable marketing rhythm.
Best Practices: Tips for Improving Your Online Courses in 2013. As the new year begins, it’s a great time to set new goals for improving our elearning courses.
Are your courses lacking luster, engagement, interactivity, or collaboration? How can you take your online courses to the next level? In today’s post, I’m going to suggest some ideas for improving your courses in Moodle and Joule. Use advanced grading methods. Not only do advanced grading methods (i.e., rubrics, marking guides, checklists) make it easier to grade assignments and advanced forums, but they also create consistency and transparency.
I hope these ideas give you some inspiration for improving your online courses in Moodle and Joule over the “course” of this year. Thank you for reading, and here’s to a successful 2013! ~Rebecca. A Closer Look At Blended Learning. 10 Conditions For Achieving Success With Blended Learning. 10 Conditions For Achieving Success With Blended Learning The definition of blended learning is the “integrat(ion) of online with traditional face-to-face class activities in a planned, pedagogically valuable manner.”
Put another way, it is the “blending” of in-person and technology-based learning experiences, often resulting in a “flipped classroom” scenario, where the learners are introduced to new content by the technology, and use classroom time to address misunderstandings and remediate instruction. The following infographic from Digital Learning Now! Offers a similar definition of their own, but additionally offers up the idea of conditions for success with blended learning. These factors include superintendent leadership, administrator support, budget capacity, and staff training.
The significant takeaway from this look at blended learning is likely the idea that blended learning in and of itself is insufficient. How K-12 Education is Moving Increasingly Online? - EdTechReview (ETR)