Aug 03, 2015

How to beat the e-learning resistance | eWorks ...

How to make your e-learning workSeven design tips to make the magic happen:Plan your online program using sticky notes. Use different colours for content chunks, activities, online discussions, and virtual classroom sessions. Think about the learner’s pathway through the program.Write or record your learning materials with the learner in mind. Create a sense of the teacher’s voice reaching out to...

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