The Influence of Web Technologies in the Merging of Synchronous and Asynchronous Modes of Elearning

There was a time when instructional designers and online instructors would talk about synchronous or asynchronous modes of elearning. It seemed you needed to take a pick and design a […]

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How Virtual Reality is Used in Medicine: Pain Management Applications

Virtual reality (VR) has reached the masses thanks in part to new technological developments that have made it affordable. Researchers and practitioners have developed projects where VR is used to […]

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Creating Assignments for Online Learning

Before you plunge into creating your content for that online course, you first need to create your learning objectives (LOs), I will cover that in another post. Actually, before you […]

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A Few Ways for Instructors to Kick Off an Online Course

It is stressful to teach an online course, and it brings on more stress if the course happens to have a synchronous format. This means you would have devised discussion […]

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The Trend Towards LMS Integration with Other Technologies

I have seen time and again great tools out there that I could use to build great online courses. After some research my heart gets broken yet again, my LMS […]

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How to Edit Graded Multiple Choice Questions in Storyline

UPDATE: I made I mistake with the correct option for the question, I meant integers, not whole numbers. Whole numbers include zero and natural numbers. Very sorry for the typo. […]

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Create Your Own Templates in Storyline

In this post I give a short tutorial on how to create your own template in Storyline. It is a quick and dirty look at the subject and I hope […]

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Integrate Multimedia in your Elearning Course. How to Make It Work

Let’s be honest, you can build an elearning course with just text and images. In this technology-driven society, any course using this format will be looked at with suspicion, multimedia […]

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Off the Beaten Path TED-Talks

I know the most popular TED Talks are from the likes of Sir Ken Robinson, Sal Khan, and Daphne Koller, but they are not my favorite presenters, although their presentations […]

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The Importance of Storyboarding in Elearning

I always use the PowerPoint analogy to explain to others how you build projects with Articulate Storyline (you know, the menus, tools, and so on, do look like those in […]

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