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Elearning Marketplace for Online Training Courses

Elearning Marketplace for Online Training Courses
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SCORM Cloud A simpler way to deliver e-learning. SCORM Cloud lets you deliver training where your learners live. Try it Free Up and running in minutes It’s as easy as emailing a link. Remain in control of your content You have control over your content, even after it’s in an LMS. SCORM Cloud is already integrated with some great apps Already have a WordPress site? Use our API to deliver e-learning to your world Use the power of the SCORM Cloud API to deploy e-learning in your application or environment. Future proof your training and learning SCORM works great for a lot of things, but e-learning is evolving. Your content just works here SCORM Cloud was developed by the leading experts in SCORM. Your data, how you want it Your data in SCORM Cloud belongs to you. Support that delights After working with our support team, you will actually like working with SCORM.

Ikea's Augmented Reality Catalog Will Let You Peek Inside Furniture | Gadget Lab Ikea’s new app does not come with an allen wrench. Photo: Ikea Ikea prints 211 million copies of its product catalog every year. “A lot digital stuff becomes very interesting when you mash it up with the tangible items of the real world,” said Andreas Dahlqvist, Global Deputy Chief Creative Officer of McCann, the creative agency behind the catalog. Augmented reality features will roll out in the 2013 edition of the print catalog, which will arrive in customers’ mailboxes later this month. When you wave your smartphone over pages with digital content, a variety of features appear. In early 2011, Ikea enlisted McCann to help bridge the gap between paper and digital. Instead, Ikea decided to pepper the catalog with a digital layer — a much more intriguing proposition than scrapping print entirely, and going straight to mobile. No word on if any of the videos instruct customers on how to prepare the company’s famous Swedish meatballs.

How to Take the Risks out of the Social Learning Aspects of Online Training Social learning—or learning with and from others (with or without social media technology)—is a force to be reckoned with. But how do you entice your online training learners to participate to take learning to a higher level, and make it participatory and social? Re-reading the book, The New Social Learning, I came across an interesting sentence: “Social tools leave a digital audit trail, documenting our learning journey—often an unfolding story—and leaving a path for others to follow.” Personally interesting phrases in that sentence, and why, are: “Learning journey”—For learning practitioners, the term has beautiful connotations. “Digital audit trail”—(Those neurons that were firing above have set alarm bells a-clanging in my head now.) “Leaving a path for others to follow”—Helping the world by facilitating and contributing to action-oriented learning experiences is my cause. Building Trust with Your Learners Absolutely no bullying allowed. Anonymity has its downfalls.

Top 5 PowerPoint Design Tips for Trainers | It’s indispensable, it’s maddening. It’s revolutionary, it’s boring. It’s every training designer’s best friend and worst enemy — PowerPoint. Love it or hate it, PowerPoint is one of the most commonly used tools for corporate trainers. 1. Check out some free PowerPoint templates that can liven up just about any training program, courtesy of Trina Rimmer — from iPhone-inspired backgrounds to school chalkboards, these should do wonders to keep trainees from dozing off. 2. How do I get a YouTube video to show up in PowerPoint? 3. If you’re looking for a quick rundown on the basics of adding video, animation, or audio to a PowerPoint slideshow, check here for a play-by-play. 4. If you’re past the basics of embedding a video and want to start getting really fancy with graphs, charts, screen captures, or word clouds, start taking advantage of some really cool, free tools available online. 5. 4 Ways to Expand Your PowerPoint Creativity

501(c)(3)U - The Online University for Nonprofits How Open Educational Resources Can Increase Opportunites for Everyone Richard Rowe Let me begin by suggesting a different question than “ Do Open Educational Resources actually increase the digital divide? ” Instead, let me ask: How can OERs be used to reduce the digital divide? Or more importantly, how can OERs be used to increase the opportunities for everyone to maximize their potential? Let’s begin by stipulating that the deep divides that are increasing today throughout the world, between the “have’s and have not’s”, create dangerous instabilities that impact all of us. However OERs require a delivery system and an environment that enables people to take advantage of them. To be effective, an educational system must involve a comprehensive, systemic approach. Let’s look at these three parts. 1. Content can be divided into two categories: “Just in Case” –available in case you might want it, and “Just in Time” –available when you need it to learn something or do something. Just in Time (JIT) materials, on the other hand, are scarce. 2. 3. More than OER

My Money Week interactive films | Personal Finance Education Group 8 Good Web Tools to Create Video Quizzes for Your Class Vialogue (Video + Dialogue ) is an online video with a group discussion feature. Vialogue allows users to interact with videos by adding time stamped comments to them. This can be a great tool for teachers to use with their students to get them engaged in video prompted discussions.To get started, upload a video, grab one from YouTube, or choose one from the growing collection on our site. Once you’ve created a vialogue, you can encourage thoughtful conversations by posing questions, adding polls, and replying to comments. You can even embed a vialogue into your website, LMS, or blog! VideoNotes is a free web tool that allows students to take notes on a video they are watching. 3- Edpuzzle This is a web tool I have just learned about from my colleague David Kapuler. 4-Google Forms Google Forms has made it possible for users to insert YouTube videos into their forms. 5-TedEd TED Ed is a website that allows teachers to create lessons around YouTube videos. 6- Educanon 7- HapYak 8- Blubbr

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