Is online facilitation really necessary?

Guest Blog by Michael Coghlan, leading online learning expert There are many different models for delivering learning online. Some online learning requires very little interaction between the educator and the learners once it is up and running. These models support

Mobile First E-learning Design

Guest Blog by Francis Kneebone,  CEO, E-learning Developer + Project Manager of Cognition E-learning Many online activities are sliding fast to a Mobile First experience, meaning that laptops or desktops are secondary to mobile access if accessed at all. The reality of Mobile First

Moodle’s top four killer features which support and evidence quality teaching and learning

Moodle learning management system (LMS) provides a great online space to support quality teaching and learning but it is often under-utilised with most of its ‘killer features’ unknown by educators and trainers, and therefore left unused. As an online system,

Five ways educators can create connected learning programs

In an increasingly digital world, those businesses which do not implement effective digital business strategies will quickly become “digital roadkill” (Deloitte Access Economics, The Connected Workplace, 2013). Digitally effective businesses benefit from increased productivity and innovation through their staffs’ ability

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