Top Free E-Learning Tools-Mozilla Firefox A Guide to Free E-Learning Tools Inside Learning Technologies Magazine, December 2007 Jane Hart , from the Centre of Learning and Performance Technologies talks to us about the pros and cons of choosing and using free tools, and suggests 10 free tools that can be used to create e-learning solutions quickly and easily. It is well known in the industry that you promote the use of free e-learning tools. Can you tell us more about this? Over the years I have encouraged the use of free tools as an alternative to expensive commercial software, and have often been asked to recommend free tools to both individuals, e.g. academics and trainers, who wanted to produce their own materials as well as L&D departments with limited budgets. Because of the increasing interest in free tools, I began to compile a list of tools that could be used for different e-learning activities, and recently expanded this to include commercial tools.
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free e-Learning authoring tool-Mozilla Firefox This is not an in depth review. Download and try it for yourself. It is free and does not tax your system. Imperial College London eFront: Open Source Authoring Tools for e-Learning As an e-Learning consultant I was always a fan of open source software. Why? The answer is simple. Northern Lights Known as the ‘Merry Dancers’, the playful streaks that snake across the night sky can last minutes or merely seconds. Luck is often involved but once you’ve seen it, it’s an experience that will never be forgotten. Caused by solar wind from the sun colliding with magnetic particles in the Earth’s atmosphere, the end result is truly spectacular. Generally, you can expect to see a blanket of green or red in the sky looking northwards.
The Rapid eLearning Blog Creating great interactive learning experiences requires a few core building blocks: relevant content, pull versus push, and real-world decisions. With those building blocks you're able to structure effective learning scenarios that are meaningful to the learner and helps meet the objectives of the course. One of those building blocks in creating relevant content or content that is placed in a meaningful context. Xerte - Open Source E-Learning Developer Tools Welcome to The Xerte Project! The Xerte Project is an initiative to provide high quality free software to educators all over the world, and to build a global community of users and developers around our tools. The project began in 2004 at the University of Nottingham, when work began to create a Flash-based runtime engine that would help the in-house multimedia development team speed up the development of interactive learning materials, and provide a platform for re-using good solutions to common problems that developers were typically solving every time they began a new project. Accessibility, in particular, can be a difficult issue for content developers, and an early goal was to provide the very best support for high levels of native accessibility. To begin with, the tools were aimed at technical users: essentially the engine provided a library of useful classes that developers could access by writing XML to structure content, and writing code to develop interactivity.
Learning Design toolbox This Cloudscape is a space to collate resources, tools, design methods and activities to enable hands on exploration, and a better understanding of Learning Design. Objects have been produced by a number of different teams working in this area. The Clouds have been catagorised to allow for 'pick 'n' mix' use (i.e. choose a template, then pick the activities that fit into that template and best meet your learning and teaching needs).
What Everybody Ought To Know About Using PowerPoint for E-learning I just got back from the Brandon Hall Innovations in Learning conference. In one of the presentations, the presenter talked about how ineffective PowerPoint was for learning. The irony of course was that he was using PowerPoint to teach this. Collaborize Classroom is designed to complement classroom instruction and engage students in online activities, assignments and discussions that allow for deeper participation inside and outside the classroom. Do more with less. Allow your students to participate on their own time with an easy-to-use private platform.