Weighing The Benefits Of Print Learning Against eLearning

There are still naysayers perpetuating a “digital divide” of sorts between eLearning and print learning, especially in higher education. Is this digital divide justified? Is it possible that there is still merit in print learning over eLearning, and other digital solutions to pedagogy?

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Academic Coaching Vs. Tutoring: Which One Helps You Develop Effective Function Skills

The topic of academic coaching and tutoring comes up a lot. Surprisingly, not many people are familiar with these concepts. In fact, when you say “I am an academic coach” most people say “So you’re like a tutor?” Actually, there is a difference between an academic coach and a tutor.

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6 Ways The Internet Of Things Is Changing eLearning

The Internet Of Things is changing everything, and eLearning is no exception. As the world continues to change and become more interconnected, watch out and plan for the following 6 changes, so you can stay at the top of the eLearning industry.

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Here Comes Z: Strategies To Engage A New Generation Of College Students

Generation Z, the oldest now reaching 21 years of age, has no memory of a world without technology. They are adept self learners and can process information at a pace not seen before. Gen Zers are excellent students as long as teaching strategies meet their unique needs.

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Kenyan eLearning Perspectives

Access to higher education in East Africa is essential. Kenya is a good example for increased local eLearning efforts. Online courses for gaining skills and online graduation are the two major drivers for m-learning. And more and more local People have success by doing so.

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What To Keep In Mind When Using Different Grading Scales

Marking assessment components with varying weights can create challenges. Instructors are prone to a number of errors, particularly when using different marking scales. Test your accuracy in performing simple mental calculations, and then invite your colleagues and your institution for a discussion.

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