Everything about online education and more!

October 7, 2019

Edtech: supporting the safe use of technology in learning

Technology has become a reality, and it’s an idea that instils a sense of panic in many of us—especially as educators and parents. We see...
September 30, 2019

Will progress in elearning be affected by a bifurcation of global internet use?

Bridging the gap between theory and application in education is a challenge any educator can appreciate. From the lofty ivory towers of university studies on...
September 23, 2019

The value of creating learner profiles

Picture this. A budding entrepreneur has an idea to create a better and more functional computer desk. The same entrepreneur then spends months and months...
September 16, 2019

3 steps to building online communities through digital peer assessment

Ever fallen behind when taking an online course? Or, even worse, have you clicked through the corporate training without reading just to get the software...
September 2, 2019

Designing the perfect rubric

Rubric assessments change the design of a course because they fundamentally change how a learner approaches a project. Well-constructed marking rubrics show learners exactly what...
August 26, 2019

How to prepare your learners for online study

Digital education continues to revolutionise teaching and learning—both in and out of traditional spaces. By 2025, the global elearning market is predicted to reach...
August 19, 2019

CanvasCon Sydney 2019: feeling inspired and grateful

Last week, Belinda Griffiths (Senior Learning Consultant) and I attended CanvasCon at the International Convention Centre Sydney. As an official partner of Instructure Canvas...
August 12, 2019

Oppida q&a: microlearning design model

Even though microlearning content started to become popular in 2017, there are still debates around what exactly constitutes microlearning. The experts interviewed by the Elearning...
August 5, 2019

The rise of just-in-time learning

Time has always been one of life’s more precious commodities. We’re paid for our time in a job we (hopefully) enjoy, we make time work...