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Lucía Gathmann

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School should not be seen as an obligation. Is technology the key to change our perception of learning? Is #educationaltechnology  a possible #utopia  ? What do you think? :)
What do you wish could have been different in your education? What would you change of your experience in school?
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Lucía Gathmann

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An article on how #education  has expanded its reach and it's becoming a powerful weapon against #poverty  in many regions
The use of the Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) in education and not only in recreation, brings real possibilities to alleviate the problem regarding the lack of high quality education in less privileged populations.
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Shaona Williams

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With the freedom and flexibility of the online environment comes responsibility. According to experts, the online process takes a real commitment and discipline to keep up with the flow of the process. Want to know more about how to excel as an #online_student  ? Here are some tips for you...
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Cool article
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Shaona Williams

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As the best thing about #online_education is that, it has just started its journey, the potential to expand the reach of education is still ahead. Experts say, till now we have viewed merely the tip of the iceberg.
The best thing about online education is that, it has just started its journey & has great potential to expand the reach of education and empower children worldwide and till now we have viewed merely the tip of the iceberg.
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Shaona Williams

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#MOOCs help many people learn new things—lifelong learners, college-educated workers who wish to build new skills, or gifted high school students angling for admission to an elite college. However, enrollments in open online courses have mostly come from the ranks of the well educated,  doing little for those who are currently left behind by our education system.
Last May, I used this column to argue that Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are more like health clubs than hospitals: Providing free access to a gym will encourage lots of healthy, motivated people to use it and get healthier. And that would be a good thing; healthier people [...]
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what is MoocS?
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Prasad Joshi

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Improve employee skills & capacity to drive business results.

With help of our #elearning  software, http://goo.gl/TuyWpr


#elearning2015   #employeetraining  
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Employee skills determine the speed and success of an organization. So it is necessary to trained the employee.
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Yan Sun

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Common Misconceptions of Teaching with Technology #edu
http://www.touchapp.co.uk/blog/?p=951
All misconceptions promote a sense of fear among educators and impede the adaption of educational technology. But we can’t turn a blind eye to the fact that technology is going to pervade into every aspects of education and changes, both subtle and disruptive, are inevitable.
The progress of technology is disrupting traditional industries and changing every aspect of our life. In education, integration of technology starts to reconstruct the teaching and learning process and lead to new pedagogy. Although holding great promise, technology has not been fully accepted ...
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Amna Masood

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The Basics of Interactive Learning or Communicative Learning
Interactive learning or communicative learning is a type of academic or schoolwork plan that includes computer technology. This sort of learning is efficient as it emphasizes or teaches particular material. Virtual classrooms and online classes are the extreme examples of collective learning. Computer becomes part of academic learning anytime or serves as a well established research tool, the outcome of lessons is said to be communicative. Furthermore, hands on learning are taken very interactive.

Generally speaking, when academies or professionals speak of interactivity in a classroom, they basically refer it to some technology usually the internet.
#interactivelearning #onlinedegree #elearning #selflearning
Interactive learning or communicative learning is a type of academic or schoolwork plan that includes computer technology. This sort of learning is efficient as it emphasizes or teaches particular material.
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Ruta Danyte

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Good read on design thinking and analytics. Worth a read for anyone in technology.

"Rather than try to equip people to be more “rational,” we can look for opportunities to design their choice environments in ways that comport with, rather than confound, the actual psychology of decision making."

http://dupress.com/articles/behavioral-economics-predictive-analytics/
What do predictive analytics and behavioral economics have in common? Quite a bit, as it turns out.
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Andrea Leyden

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Are you following the 'right' elearning trends?
Discover the most outstanding eLearning trends at the moment so you can clear your mind and see the big picture about what’s actually going on.
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Today learning is becoming more “pull’ and less “push”, as learners take charge of their own learning.
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Phillip Morgan

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Is #‎Online_learning‬ undoubtedly offers a feasible solution in reducing the skills gap in the ‪#‎IT_industry‬ and empower aspiring professionals to build lucrative careers in this field ?? Continue reading. . 
More and more young people are now planning to start their careers in IT and computing. As the IT industry is expanding substantially, this can be a great idea for you to advance your career. But do...
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Lucía Gathmann

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Must haves of an #onlinecourse  . These are good tips for creating interesting content :)
While we all have the great opportunity to publish our own course, this doesn’t imply that we shouldn’t take care of the quality of the material we offer. We explain five important elements that should be taken into account for your course to be published on Teachlr.
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I'm glad you liked it +Eric Palladini +Mark Ways 
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SimplyDigi

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Mobile Learning Has Virtually Replaced Desktop #E-Learning http://ow.ly/MzVfL http://ow.ly/i/aGghV #mobile #mlearning via @TrainingZone
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Audrey Henry

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Free e-book! Enjoy!
So that our users can get access to all these useful tips easily and quickly we’ve put together our own digital magazine:
“50 Awesome Tips & Tricks"
https://www.3dissue.com/free-ebook-epublishing-tips/
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Phillip Morgan

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#LinkedIn is gearing up to acquire Lynda.com, a prominent online learning platform, for almost $1.5 billion as the popular social networking site is expanding expands their services for professional users. Read on... 
LinkedIn is all set to acquire Lynda.com, a prominent online learning platform, for almost $1.5 billion as the popular social networking site is expanding expands their services for professional us...
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It’s a mistake that happens all the time: We lose sight of the objective and add in interesting bits, extraneous fun. Or we spend time teaching the wrong skill. Here are a couple of cautionary tales about the need to be careful when you define your outcomes. http://bit.ly/1FbPV9Q +The eLearning Guild 
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Chris Boyd

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#Coursepacing is key in #instructionaldesign to maximize your tribe's #elearning experience. Check out these tips. http://www.studentsofenglish.com/course-pacing/ 
course pacing, e-learning, instructional design, DIY course creation, Students of English
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Demetri Lales

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Interactive Infographics

Many of us are familiar with the static image #infographics, but did you know that they're some that require interaction from the viewer to reveal more #data or information? Check out these 5 examples to learn about #space, #earth, the brain, and more.
Five examples of interactive infographics. Each infographic shown requires different actions from the viewer to reveal more information like scrolling, clicking, or turning to the next page.
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Kirsten Winkler

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MOOCs have done a disservice to online teaching in several key respects, argues Dr. Marie Norman http://buff.ly/1AjYirT
MOOCs have raised the status of the rockstar lecturer to the point where normal teaching looks shabby in comparison says Dr. Marie Norman.
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This is difficult.
We would want teachers to lead by example, wouldn't we?
Here MOOC teachers set an ambitious example to follow and now that's a problem.
If the standards of big MOOCs were set much lower, we'd be criticizing them for not giving a good example to follow. 
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