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Bringing Note Taking to eLearning

Go into any classroom and you will see students taking notes. What do we do when we need to remember things? We write them down.  We all retain and gain our understanding of information differently and so we all take notes differently. So, with note taking being such an important tool in education and training, [...]

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Thinking Critically Through Experiential and Environmental E-Learning

My first job was at an Arby's. I learned how to make sandwiches, work the register, work drive thru, clean dishes, prep for the day, shut down the store, etc. I was taught how to make each sandwich, the correct order to place the ingredients, and how to wrap the sandwich. All this I learned [...]

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Developing for Training & Education

I never teach my pupils; I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn. - Albert Einstein Knowledge is obviously a big ingredient when it comes to our ideas and actions. It is the foundation to what we do, how we think, and how we interact. Knowledge is often accrued through the [...]

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6 Elements of Great Usability

Usability is a word that is often heard, yet is not often understood. What is usability? Why spend so much time on usability? How is it measured? When done right, usability can increase user productivity, provide a higher retention of information, and raise user satisfaction by creating and providing a stronger experience. Understanding what makes [...]

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