Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to influence our future and impact our growth in numerous ways. In the present age where everything is rapidly changing and evolving, we often overlook how much we have developed. The world may not have witnessed floating automobiles yet, but we are close to some very exhilarating and intense advances across all industries.
Samantha Caine, client services director at Business Linked Teams, says the future is in a blended approach
Non-linear eLearning courses put online learners in complete control. They are able to choose the eLearning activities that best suit their needs, and complete the necessary eLearning modules at their own pace . As a result, everyone gets the personalized online training they need to build strengths and work on areas of improvement.
When we think about eLearning and taxonomy we often think of Benjamin Bloom’s well-known taxonomy of educational objectives (created in 1956), which is easily understood and is probably the most widely applied today, serving as the backbone of many teaching philosophies.
Feedback is an essential aspect of any eLearning system. Good feedback is what makes sure that the learning process is maximized both at the present and in future eLearning programs. Whether you’re talking about the simplest forms of eLearning or the more sophisticated ones like role-playing, simulation, or playing games, there has to be an effective feedback system in order for the learning process to work.
Your eLearning activities are immersive and interactive. Your eLearning content is clear, concise, and goal-centered. Now the question is: are your online learners going to remember anything when they step into the real world? Learning is one thing, but absorbing and assimilating the information is something else.
In today’s learning landscape, there are many forms of learning. There are instructor-led courses, eLearning (electronic learning) and the recent concepts of mLearning (mobile learning) and learning reinforcement. eLearning and mLearning are sometimes used in the same sentence but they are fundamentally different ways of learning.
Earlier this year, I wanted to run a webinar to help people be able to differentiate between what effective eLearning looks like, and what ineffective eLearning looks like.
“How do I get started with elearning” is one of the most frequent questions I’m asked. It makes sense since the industry is still hot and growing and every day someone new joins it and needs help. Most elearning developers I meet are transitioning from face-to-face training and usually start by converting their classroom content …
What is the future of eLearning? This is a question I have heard many times before but one which is actually quite difficult to answer. None of us are able to glimpse into the future and see what the landscape of eLearning will look like in 5-10 years; however, we are able look at what technologies we currently have and gauge just how they might influence the direction of eLearning.