Category: e-Learning

JISC’s In Their Own Words: Understanding the Learner’s Perspective on e-Learning

New JISC publication explores the learner’s perspective on e-learning. ‘A new publication from the JISC e-Learning Programme, In Their Own Words, has been launched at ALT-C in Nottingham. Synthesising outputs from Phase 1 of the Learners’ Experiences of e-Learning theme, it gives striking insights into learners’ motivations, beliefs and intentions about using technology in learning. Designed […]

2 Free E-Books: Handbook of e-Learning Strategy and The Insider’s Guide to Becoming a Rapid E-Learning Pro

The eLearning Guild’s Handbook of e-Learning Strategy. ‘In many organizations, there is a need to better identify and document a comprehensive learning strategy and to answer the question, “What should we be doing in order to support improved learning and performance?” This e-Book will help you make a broad, fundamental connection between learning, e-Learning, and […]

The Renaissance of ee-Learning

Some Historical Thoughts on the ee-Learning Renaissance by Jack M. Nilles, Innovate 3 (6), 2007. Synopsis: Jack Nilles surveys the evolution of ee-learning at the University of Southern California, together with the first formal telecommuting demonstration program, from its beginnings in the early 1970s to the relevant trends in 2006. Although the basic technologies of telecommuting and e-learning […]

Third International Forum on E-Learning for Defence and Security

Third International Forum on E-Learning for Defence and Security. ‘A Forum on technology-assisted training for defense, security and emergency services at Online Educa Berlin. Technology is changing the world of security. In an increasingly inter-linked global security environment, new threats and challenges have created an urgent need for imaginative new responses. Nowhere is this truer […]

CALIBRATE (Calibrating eLearning in Schools) Project

CALIBRATE (Calibrating eLearning in Schools) Project: Learning Resources for Schools. ‘CALIBRATE (Calibrating eLearning in Schools) is a 30-month project (October 2005 – March 2008) coordinated by European Schoolnet (EUN) and supported by the European Commission’s Information Society Technologies Programme (IST). The key aim of the project is to support the collaborative use and exchange of […]

blinc – Blended Learning Institutions’ Cooperative

blinc – Blended Learning Institutions’ Cooperative. ‘blinc is the umbrella organization of a transnational network for developers, experts and users of Blended Learning products and services (e.g. courses, modules, learning objects). The blinc cooperative has been developed in the framework of the “eL3” project funded by the EU. blinc is an exchange instrument for producers […]

EDEN: European Distance and E-Learning Network

European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN). ‘A smart network for the professional community, a professional community for smart learning. EDEN, the European Distance and E-Learning Network, established in 1991, is an international educational association open to institutions and individuals dealing with e-learning, open and distance education. Proving versatile expertise, the Association embraces all levels of […]

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