Something to learn from the corporate world on e-learning

Recently I designed a report with a partner for a professional organization looking to place a classroom seminar online. This organization was relatively new to delivering learning online and looked to

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The Hype of E-Learning?

I recently listened to a refreshing session with Steve Weiland presenting for an Athabasca University’s CIDER session. Steve addressed the hype of e-learning from a unique perspective. Like many

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Designing learning like radio programming

Recently I completed an instructional development project for a client who was open to my concept of designing an educational diploma program in the same manner as radio programming. Their student body

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Instructional design strategies for blended and online learning

At the link below are slides for a recent workshop at the Community Access Symposium in Edmonton, Alberta. In the slides, I outline some main theoretical frameworks and approaches I follow to design learning

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e-portfolios as condensed expressions

A TED presentation by the e-portfolio guru, Helen Barrett, is shared on Celia’s blog. Helen takes the latest developments in technologies, such as social networking tools, to find ways to enrich

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Don’t forget the adult learners

In a recent post with the Sloan Consortium Group, Kathleen Ives shares her experience teaching at the University of Phoenix. While this institute might conger up controversial thoughts, it is one I have

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