Trends In Learning Analytics: Educational Institutions Take Heed

Although Learning Analytics is currently in its infancy stage, learning institutions should take heed: ultimately, it will revolutionise the way all education is delivered. This paper provides an overview of the discipline, presents some visualisations, and discusses some possible future trends. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

A Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Framework À La Hierarchy Of Needs

It is imperative that every educational institution, in this world of precipitate technological advancement, take on the challenge of developing a TEL framework—and in so doing, the institution will be better positioned to address the plethora of TEL challenges more effectively. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Really Smart Learning Management Systems: I Have A Dream…

At some point, there will be a reaching-for-the-stars moment for LMSs which will necessitate the development of advanced technologies that will be able to monitor and adapt to the learner in ways that currently we can only dream. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Microsoft Office Mix [RIP]: Why Was It Offered At All?

This post-mortem analysis article raises many questions regarding: (1) Microsoft’s termination of its 2D content development/production solution Office Mix, and (2) Microsoft’s replacement of Office Mix with a widely criticized ‘transition’ solution. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Remote Online Proctoring: Will Exams Go The Way Of The Dodo In DL?

This article posits that institutions of higher education are more likely to be moving away from incorporating any form of summative exams in DL programmes opting to implement a more rounded formative student-centred approach to assessment. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.