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Best practice for delivering mobile learning

Mobile learning via smart phones and tablets has increased significantly over the last few years. Incorporating it into an overall eLearning strategy needs some careful thought if it is to be effective. The shift towards mobile learning, or mLearning, is a result of...

The importance of course feedback in eLearning

Obtaining course feedback from students is part of good course design However a common mistake is trying to collect it all after the student completes the course.  Typically these ‘end of course’ surveys tend to be lengthy, rely on students recalling...

How to design an eLearning course

When designing an eLearning course you need to be clear about its aims and objectives; these will: help in defining the scope of the eLearning course keep your planning eLearning strategies on track define your eLearning assessment tell the learner exactly what to...

What is ‘blended learning’?

Blended learning builds on the advantages of traditional classroom methods by giving students personalised, online course content with the convenience of self-study. With blended learning class timings can be made more flexible while maintaining a personalised...
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