Tag: online learning

Adding Active Learning Strategies To Passive Video Watching To Increase Effectiveness

Watching online video has gone from being a niche activity to mainstream. The implications of online video growth are huge for brands, organizations as well as learning. Yet watching a video is a passive experience. And often our minds jump to couch potato mode, conditioned by watching years of TV in passive mindsets. Tips To … [Read more…]

Do You Want Your Audience To View Your Video Or Learn From It?

Online videos seem to be the rampant trend right now. Online video sharing apps like YouTube, Vimeo, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, TED Talks, Vine, Viddy, Vigi, Mobli, Lightt, Telly, TwitC, Socialcam, Klip, Tout and Bob.TV are all declaring it the decade of online video. Here’s the fact many of these online video programs forget to tell … [Read more…]

Six Incredibly Boring And Monstrous Mistakes In Digital Education

The majority of online education is poorly designed and extremely boring. We’ve all attended Webinars that make root canals seem more exciting! Six Big Online Education Mistakes University Professor Guillermo Ramirez, author of The Virtual Presenter, believes that online education is here to stay. Unfortunately, most organizations continue to deliver poor online education experiences. Here … [Read more…]

The Evolution Of eLearning [Infographic]

  Distance learning, often called online or eLearning, has evolved dramatically from the 1700s to the Millennium. Many adults are seeking more education opportunities and degrees online. This inforgraphic from Rasmussen College illustrates how online learning technology has changed through the years. How has online learning affected your organization? Which do you prefer, online or face to face, … [Read more…]