Mar 4, 2011

How E-learning Works

This is an interesting artical from  : How E-learning Works
Inside this Article
  1. Introduction to How E-learning Works
  2. What is E-learning?
  3. The Psychology of Learning
  4. Interactive & Motivating E-learning
  5. Benefits of E-learning
  6. Planning Your E-learning Course

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E-learning Templates

In this page from  rapid e-learning you eill find Free Articulate e-learning templates

Four Steps to Becoming an E-learning Pro webinar

 Four Steps to Becoming an E-learning Pro

UMBC’s ISD Now! Webinar Series is holding its next webinar on Wednesday, April 13, 2011 from 2 to 3 p.m. EST. Guest speaker, Tom Kuhlmann, VP of Articulate, will discuss Four Steps to Becoming an E-Learning Pro.

Join us and learn to:
• Design an e-learning strategy based around available resources
• Get the most out of simple, practical e-learning projects
• Visually align course designs around learning objectives and content
• Apply rapid instructional design models to make courses more engaging and interactive
This webinar is free and open to the public.

It is a rare chance.

Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at :

Media Design & Technology Master’s Degree

From Full Sail University you can Earn your Education Media Design & Technology Master’s Degree
in 12 months! Online .

Specialized Areas of Study:

  • Education & Design
  • Motivational Development
  • Multiple Learning Theories
    & Applications
  • Online Course Development
More details here

Crash Course in Copyright

The Copyright Crash Course Online Tutorial will help you learn about how ownership of copyrighted materials works, what is fair use and when and how to get permission to use someone else's materials. The Tutorial pages include links to pages in the Copyright Crash Course and to copyright law. Please read these materials to get the information you will need to correctly answer the 12 questions at the end of the Tutorial. In order to earn a Crash Course Certificate, you must answer all 12 Test questions correctly.
While we would encourage you to go through the Tutorial in its entirety before taking the Test, you may take or retake the Test at any time. The Test Results will tell you what you need to review if you miss a question, so you do not have to take the entire Tutorial over if you just miss a few questions. You will, however, have to take the Test over each time you fail to answer all questions correctly

The Insider's Guide To Becoming A Rapid E-Learning Pro

 One of the great benefits of rapid e-learning is the ability to create e-learning courses much faster and easier than ever before. However, going faster and making your job easier are not the only considerations. That’s where this free 46-page ebook by Tom Kuhlmann comes in.
In it, you’ll learn:
  • Why results are what matter, and how to focus on the correct ones
  • How to create e-learning that contributes to the bottom line
  • Why measuring the wrong things is a recipe for disaster
  • How to manage expectations and enhance perceived value
  • What learners really need (and what they don’t)
  • Why e-learning without real world application is a waste of time
  • How to leverage rapid e-learning tools for maximum benefit
  • And much more…
You’ll also get valuable rapid e-learning tips from Tom on a regular basis, all at no charge and all designed to make you a rapid e-learning hero. Let’s get started

100 Resources for Interactive eLearning

eLearning with interactivity transforms  any study session from a staid to a lively one!  An educative, informative learning session when combined with interactivity ensures student attention is held whilst they learn.
This ebook includes 100 resources for interactive Training Designers. From useful articles to valuable resources, this ebook serves as a treasure-house of information for interactive learning designers too.

Online Meetings – A facilitator’s guide

These are early days for online meetings, so we can expect best practice to evolve, ingenious new features to be added to the available systems, and even cleverer applications to be discovered by those who have to put these tools into practice. At Onlignment, we have put a marker in the sand by developing our own set of rules for better online meetings, based on the best practice that we’ve been able to glean from around the world and from our own experiences as a virtual team. The result is this, our third e-book

Media Chemistry – Exploring the elements of online communication

All online communication, whether that’s published content, live online events or social media, make use of the same key media elements: text, audio, images, animation and video. The online communicator needs to know when to use each of these elements, how to do so effectively within the particular constraints associated with working online, and how best to combine media elements to achieve their communications objectives. We’ve prepared this resource to shed some light on these issues and to encourage more rewarding online communication for all involved.