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Get Moodling! Learn about the World’s Top LMS

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  ACPET Moodle Workshop 1 2012 View more PowerPoint from yum productions What Makes a Good Moodle course View more presentations from Tomaz Lasic

Augmented Reality in Action. Wow!

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The Science of E-Learning

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CLOSED: E-Learning Intensive Workshop

E-Learning Intensive Workshop Noosa Qld 17-18 September 2012

  2-Day E-Learning Intensive Workshop in Noosa, Queensland, 17-18 September 2012. Only $795.00 for 2 full days. Learn Adobe Captivate 5.5, Audacity and Moodle. Learn to use Infosemantics Widgets to create advanced drag and drop interactions. Learn how to develop engaging e-learning interactions from a trained teacher and industry professional. Special prices for groups of [...]

Powerful E-Learning Tool in Action in Higher Education

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Virtual learning in action, this is an effective example of the application of a broad range of web tools to support learning in an individual and collaborative context. http://www.unir.net/english We are born with the vocation to be leaders in technology.Our students were born in the information society, which requires different learning styles and which approaches to [...]

Moodle Review: Good Examples of Moodle E-Learning Modules

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When embarking on a particular direction of development, it is useful to look at what has been done before. With a flexible LMS like Moodle, there are many good examples of courses that one can refer to in order to get an idea what is working “out there”. Moodle come with a no-frills, vanilla, interface. [...]

How to Develop an E-Learning Strategy for Your Organisation

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The eLearning Guild’s Handbook of e-Learning Strategy In many organisations, 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 QR (Quick Response) Code Revolution


QR Codes are a new technology that bring the power of coding (a superior form of bar coding) and scanning into the hands of mobile device users. QR Codes were developed by Toyota as a system for tracking vehicles in their manufacturing plants.   BACKGROUND: According to Wikiedia (italicised text): A QR code (abbreviated from Quick Response code) [...]

SWIFT Project Review: Second World Immersive Future Teaching

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The SWIFT Project provides insight into the “realities” of using virtual reality in teaching. While the context is a virtual genetics lab at the University of Leicester, SWIFT provides a clear example of how virtual reality can be used in education in a more general sense. The educational aims are simple: inducting medical research students [...]

Horizon Report: Review

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The Horizon Report (http://horizon.wiki.nmc.org/) provides a futuristic look at developments in emerging technologies, trends and challenges of the cyber world, tagging trendsetting technologies up to five years ahead. Some of the exciting research questions being posed by the committee include: Research Question 1: Which of the key technologies will be most important to teaching, learning, or creative [...]

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