Category Archives: eLearning Strategy

One reality of Digital Leaders, The eMentor project. #edtech #edchat

Back in 2007, when I was managed by a very disruptive innovator, I ran a large scale digital leader program.  The project had the full support of a new principal … Continue reading

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What do I want from #FELTAG #UKFECHAT

I have to say that when I first came across FELTAG, I was really excited.  Working for years in UK Further Education I was waiting patiently, like many in eLearning, … Continue reading

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OFSTED reports and #edtech innovation in FE. #ukedchat

This is going to be a very short post, partly in response to the recent FELTAG report that makes many suggestions about improving the uptake of edtech led curriculum innovation … Continue reading

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Interactive Bloom’s Taxonomy with Activities #edtech #edchat

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Levels of Online User Experience #edtech

This model from Guerra and Heffeman is a possible starting point to use when evaluating your own or other’s online courses I found a version of this chart on a blog belonging … Continue reading

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eLearning Framework for Strategy or Staff Development #edtech

Ineractive eLearning Framework referencing use of VLE (Moodle) and interactive white boards (IWBs) with Bloom’s and other taxonomies

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Does easier eLearning authoring increase quality? #elearning

Does eLearning Improve as More People are Able to Create it? I don’t think it necessarily does. The profusion of content and authoring systems do mean that it is easier … Continue reading

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But is it eLearning? #elearning #edtech

Do content and self-marking quizzes make a real “eLearning” experience? SCORM activities and multiple choice quizzes are still the main “interactive” mode of delivery in FE.  However, there are justified … Continue reading

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The “Fast Moving” Field of eLearning #edtech

Is mobile learning, social networking and Web 2.0 driving mainstream eLearning? That title is actually ironic.  Working in part of an industry that would seem to be driven by technology … Continue reading

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A replacement for SCORM #edtech

Is the SCORM eLearning Standard Dead? Although some expertise, advanced technical skills and creativity would allow you to develop complex interactions using the SCORM specification (even 1.2) there are many … Continue reading

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