Importance Of User-Generated Content In eLearning

There is a lot of work in the field of eLearning content management. The content in this field is given by a Subject Matter Expert. After that, the content is used by the Instructional Designer to give it the form of eLearning.

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Reign Of Error, Reign Of Terror: Part 2

While challenges of interacting responsibly during a pandemic are evolving, it is important to encourage people to ask questions and maintain open lines of communication with each other. Implementing best communication practices helps everyone connect more effectively and maturely, not only during a pandemic but also in normal times.

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How To Develop Interpersonal Skills In eLearning Paradigm

Mobile devices and online educational resources have changed the face of global education. eLearning is now just a click away. There are quite a number of mobile apps and online websites, which can be used by learners to have interaction with the instructor, set study goals, receive personalized tutoring, and engage in discussion forums. On the other hand, there is a lack of variety in eLearning tools and it may get monotonous for the student. Therefore, the instructor should always be available and the students should not feel that the course content is monotonous.

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How To Boost Engagement With Social Learning

The need for employee engagement is even more critical in remote companies. Social learning is a great way for remote organizations to boost engagement, support development, encourage commitment and motivation, and ultimately increase long-term employee retention. Here’s how to get it right.

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2020 Advent Calendar

I made my first blogging advent calendar last year, as a a bit of fun, and decided to do it again ot mark the end ofa rather strange year, 2020 … the year we kind of “lost the plot, found it again, lost it again, didn’t go out, and then couldn’t see friends or family for months on end. And worked from home. A lot.”

Below is my 2020 blogging advent calendar. I’ve linked to 24 of my own blog posts, tweets, or updates/shares that have either struck a chord with me, my blog/social readers (from the stats) or mean something to me personally – in no particular order. Each entry is released on the corresponding day of the festive advent, so please come back and see what else I’m sharing as part of my 2020 blogging year.

  • I’ll also be sharing my ‘52 things I learned in 2020‘, a follow up to my list from 2018 – I’m not sure where the 2019 list went but I’ll go and find and publish that one shortly too.

Enjoy, and please feel free to share (and get your own on the MyAdvent website).

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