Adjusting the Learning Experience when the Narration is Muted

There are a number of ways that you can identify and differentiate professional developers from amateur developers, and one of these ways is by observing how a developer has programmed the functionality for the presentation of content, when the audio is muted. So let’s begin with a question: what should happen when the narration is muted?

Testing in eLearning

When I run into people from my university days, I’m often awkwardly forced to explain my work. It’s always much more difficult than I imagine it will be. They understand that it has something to do with the internet, and they’re confident they know what I mean by “training,” but the term “eLearning” always seems […]

eLearning in Universities

If Alan November is right, we might see eLearning in our universities sooner than most people expected.

Branching Scenarios

If a branching scenario is the best way to communicate information, imagine how much more effective this course is compared to a point-and-click version.

Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences

As we discover more about how we learn, we need to adjust our approach to teaching. The Great Bay eLearning Charter School should be proud to be one of the early adopters of these methods. Let’s hope that the future is full of students who benefit from these methods and go on to do great things.

Bill Gates on eLearning and Custom Courseware

There are a few people in the technology field who command attention whenever they speak. One of those people is Bill Gates. So, when Gates shares his love for eLearning, we ought to pay attention.

eLearning and the Developing World

In the eLearning industry, we tend to think only about the effectiveness and quality of our courseware for our organizations and clients. There’s another benefit of our easily-accessible work, however, and it’s one that we ought to think about more often. There are many places in the world where classroom education is not just inconvenient, […]

Virtual Classroom Tipping Point

It’s time for proponents of traditional classroom-based instruction would to start making an argument for its position in education.