Category archives for: Instructional Design

Heutagogy – Self-Managed Learning

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    Supyan Hussin provided this link. The blog provides further insight into the notion of heutagogical methodology. http://supyanhussin.wordpress.com/2012/06/15/what-is-heutagogy/

The Age of MOOCs: Democratising Higher Education

What a MOOC is and what it isn’t. What is the real objective of a MOOC? What are its advantages and disadvantages?

Dr Philip Uys – mLearning Expert from Charles Sturt University

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mLearning (mobile learning) seminar Philip Uys from Philip Uys

Allan Carrington: A Flipping Better Way to Learn

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    Allan Carrington is an innovative instructional designer at the University of Adelaide. This presentation is a must-see for anyone serious about instructional design. https://dl.dropbox.com/u/3138780/flippingbetter/assets/fallback/index.html

Jane Hart’s Journey from E-Learning to Social Business


If you are interested in the power of collaborative web technologies, you’ll be interested in Jane Hart’s journey into social learning. Check her website here:¬†http://janehart.com/bio/ This is Jane’s bio page. “Over the last few years I have worked with a number of organisations, large and small, to help them understand the value of social media [...]

Teaching Learners to Think Like Teachers and Teaching Teachers to Think Like Learners

“There is nothing more dangerous than an idea when it is the only one you have.” Edward de Bono developed a handy thinking tool as part of his CoRT program, called OPV, or Other People’s Views. What is the value of thinking about a problem from a different perspective? A new, fresh perspective can provide [...]

Problem-Based Learning Design

Problem Based Learning2 View more PowerPoint from Katrin Becker

Learning Analytics with SNAPP (University of Wollongong)

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SNAPP – Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference 2011 View more PowerPoint from aneeshabakharia

E-Learning Project Management

The Science of E-Learning

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