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2005

The Value of Voice

By Lisa Neal, Mark Notess / December 14, 2005

Many online courses provide text and optional audio of someone reading the text in a well-modulated voice. Can this audio track deliver any pedagogical value? » [Full Article]
TYPE: OPINION

Tech speak

By Judy Grover / December 1, 2005

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The Ethics of Tracking

By Lisa Neal / November 16, 2005

If students are treated responsibly and ethically then they can better focus on learning. » [Full Article]
TYPE: OPINION

Lifelong-learning support by m-learning

By Andreas Holzinger, Alexander Nischelwitzer, Matthias Meisenberger / November 1, 2005

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Testing... One, Two, Three: Can Online Multiple-Choice Exams Make the Grade?

By Lisa Neal / October 7, 2005

Common sense and good test-taking skills shouldn't be enough to get course credit. Instructors should create multiple choice questions that demonstrate a deep understanding or use open text questions and put the effort into making sure that students actually know something about the topic for which they are receiving credit. » [Full Article]
TYPE: OPINION

One course, two ways

By Karen Hughes Miller / October 1, 2005

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Open-source webcasting and media archiving software for e-learning

By Ron Baecker, Kelly Rankin / October 1, 2005

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TYPE: EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

E-learning 2.0

By Stephen Downes / October 1, 2005

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The Need for Better Terminology

By Lisa Neal / September 21, 2005

There are many terms that are synonymous with e-learning or that differ in poorly distinguished ways, such as Web-based training, distributed learning, and distance education. » [Full Article]
TYPE: OPINION

Is it live or is it Memorex?

By Lisa Neal, Saul Carliner / September 1, 2005

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TYPE: OPINION

Online training for healthcare workers

By Colla MacDonald, Emma J. Stodel, Lynn Casimiro / September 1, 2005

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The basics of e-learning

By Lisa Neal, Diane Miller / August 1, 2005

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At-risk online learners

By JoAnn T. Funk / August 1, 2005

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Everything in moderation

By Lisa Neal / July 1, 2005

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TYPE: OPINION

eLearning and fun

By Lisa Neal, Lorraine Normore / July 1, 2005

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Wired seniors

By Judy Grover / June 1, 2005

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Surveying the future of workplace e-learning

By Kyong-Jee Kim, Curtis J. Bonk, TingTing Zeng / June 1, 2005

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Learning to work with IT

By MaryAlice Colen / May 1, 2005

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"Or even worse"

By Rory McGreal / April 1, 2005

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TYPE: OPINION

Security in e-learning

By Edgar R. Weippl / March 1, 2005

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In search of simplicity

By Lisa Neal / February 1, 2005

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TYPE: OPINION

Predictions for 2005

By Lisa Neal / January 7, 2005

Where will e-learning take us in 2005? How will learning be impacted by the use of portable devices, blogs, and search engines? Will we better understand and have metrics for quality e-learning? Read on for predictions from some of the most thoughtful and opinionated people in the e-learning field. » [Full Article]
TYPE: OPINION

The missing instructor

By Glenn Gordon Smith, Marypat Taveras / January 1, 2005

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