Category Archives: E-Learning 2.0
Interesting results from Coursera’s 2017 Learners’ Outcomes Survey: Career and educational benefits remain high: 84 percent of career-focused learners who completed courses reported career benefits; and among education seekers, 93 percent reported educational benefits. These numbers remain consistent with the … Continue reading
[tweetmeme source=”wordpress” service=”tinyurl.com”] I gave a presentation “Creating an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts” at the 2011 TxDLA 14th Annual Confernce in San Antonio, Texas last week. I want to take the opportunity to share my presentation here … Continue reading
[tweetmeme source=”wordpress” service=”tinyurl.com”] E-learning 2.0 differs from traditional e-learning. Instead of learners simply receiving, reading, and responding to learning content in traditional e-learning, e-learning 2.0 allows learners to create content and to collaborate with peers to form a learning network … Continue reading
[tweetmeme source=”wordpress” service=”tinyurl.com”] This was the presentation I gave yesterday at the 2010 Creating Futures Through Technology Pre-Conference in Biloxi, Mississippi. Please feel free to provide comments and suggestions here. Thanks.