The Desperate Need For Inspiration And Brilliance In eLearning

In our drive to make eLearning a mainstay in our cultures, are we losing sight of the very essence that would make eLearning effective? The purpose of this article is to re-focus our attention to what we need to re-discover in both students and employees: Brilliance and inspiration.

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LMS Plugin Vs. Membership Plugin: What To Choose And Why

Till a few years back an online educator had only a traditional membership plugin to sell courses. Today, there are choices. And there are dilemmas. What should you do when faced with the LMS plugin vs. membership plugin dilemma? Fortunately, it is easier to decide as explained in this article.

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The Virtues Of eBooks And Audiobooks In eLearning

When it comes to the types of information products you can provide as free eLearning tools to prospective students, an eBook (such as a .PDF, .MOBI, or .EPUB) is a great option. In fact, so is an audiobook. Never limit yourself to one format over another, because each has its own unique advantage.

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3 Ways To Maximize Your Learning As An Online Student

Online learning is still a relatively new and as a result, some people are still skeptical about how effective it is to learn via this medium. If you are thinking of becoming an online student, this article is for you. Here are 3 tips to help you maximize your learning as an online student.

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Learner Decision Journey: Chapter One

A consumer decision journey is a notion used in e-marketing and which describes how a consumer behaves, as well as where and when marketers try to meet their needs in each stage. How might this be instrumental to online teachers? Let's talk about a learner decision journey.

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Feedback In Online Courses: Advice From Emily Dickinson

Feedback is critical to effective learning. Some of the best advice of feedback for online learners that I've read comes from a reclusive America poet who died 100 years before the dawn of online learning. In this article; providing effective feedback in online courses from Emily Dickinson.

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