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e-Learning Feeds 250+ Killer Digital Libraries and Archives Hundreds of libraries and archives exist online, from university-supported sites to accredited online schools to individual efforts. Each one has something to offer to researchers, students, and teachers. This list contains over 250 libraries and archives that focus mainly on localized, regional, and U.S. history, but it also includes larger collections, eText and eBook repositories, and a short list of directories to help you continue your research efforts. death The sites listed here are mainly open access, which means that the digital formats are viewable and usable by the general public. So, such sites as the Connecticut Digital Library (iCONN) are not listed, as they operate on the premise that the user has a Connecticut library card in his or her possession. Efforts were made to go to the root source for these collections. Localized Collections The sites listed below focus on a certain state’s towns, cities, counties, or regions within a given state. Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas Iowa

Free eLearning Books - The Ultimate List This article highlights 54 free eLearning and instructional design books from the industry's top talents. The insight and advice offered by experienced eLearning professionals give you the opportunity to create winning deliverables for both private and professional learning audiences. The hallmark of a successful eLearning professional is a constant thirst for knowledge, and always wanting to learn more about how and why learners acquire information. However, this constant pursuit of knowledge can often come with a hefty price tag, thanks to rising book costs. The good news is that there is a variety of online books that can help you design and develop successful online learning experiences. If you have read any of the following books I will highly appreciate if you share your opinion with the eLearning community. How To Become An Instructional Designer published in May 2015 Is there a single path to become an Instructional Designer? Get 2 Free eBooks

SlideSnack | Upload & Share Presentations Online e-Learning Stuff My Top 10 eLearning Blogs | RealEyes Media I’ve gotten quite a few emails over the years about where I go (outside of Adobe’s communications) to further my knowledge about eLearning, and how it applies in today’s market – from the working world to educational institutions, etc. Staying aware of how eLearning is being used today is a very important thing for me to stay on top of so I can see how others besides our clients are using potentially competitive tools, as well as garner some ideas about how to utilize ours better. That being said, and without trying to sound like David Letterman, here’s my top 10 eLearning Industry – One of the most highly regarded eLearning sites on the net today. So there you have it. Please don’t hesitate to comment and add another eLearning site that you frequent too. Thanks for reading! Jeff Dicker | jeff@realeyesconnect.com Jeff Dicker (8 Posts)

The Biggest Myths (And Realities) Of Online Learning If you haven’t taken an online course yourself, have you ever wondered what online learning is really like? While the online learning platforms used from school to school may differ slightly, online learning offers more than what most people would think. The handy infographic below takes a look at some of the common myths about online learning, following them up with a more accurate representation, as well as some of the things that online learning offers students, regardless of age or the subject that they’re studying. Myths vs. M: Students don’t take learning seriously R: Students are more engaged with their learning and with their teachers M: Online learning is easy and students are isolated R: Online learning is challenging, and many students participate in in-person meetings with their peers M: Online students just play games and have little interaction R: Students engage with challenging content and frequent interaction Advantages of Online Education

The Best Websites On The Internet The internet is a big place, with a lot of content. Over one billion websites at the time of writing. With the web constantly changing, it’s hard to keep track of which sites have the best content and resources. To help make things easier, we’ve compiled this enormous list of the best websites on the internet, split into their relevant categories. The websites on this list are those that we consider to be the best: genuinely useful, top-of-the-line sites (not apps) where you’ll find what you need. Categories: Movies | Music | News | Shopping | Productivity | Learning | Social | Search | Online Privacy | Browsing | Finance | Books | Software | Files Movies Netflix Currently around a third of all internet packets sent are Netflix packets. Hulu TV streaming service Hulu isn’t appreciated as much as it should be. Amazon Prime Instant Video Amazon’s video streaming service isn’t as elegant as Netflix’s, but if you have Amazon Prime, it comes as part of your package. Rotten Tomatoes IMDb ScreenRant

Comparison of web conferencing software This list is a comparison of web conferencing software available for Linux, OS X, and Windows platforms. Many of the applications support the use of videoconferencing. Comparison chart[edit] Terminology[edit] In the table above, the following terminology is intended to be used to describe some important features: Audio Support: the remote control software transfers audio signals across the network and plays the audio through the speakers attached to the local computer. Notes[edit] ^ Jump up to: a b Supports two-way teleconference integration^ Jump up to: a b Linux users may only view another user's desktop^ Jump up to: a b Yes, but only via a screen-sharing "pod" with control permissions grantedJump up ^ web based client without the ability to shareJump up ^ Organizers cannot use Linux -- attendees only. References[edit]

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