Twenty years ago, “eLearning” was introduced as the web became ubiquitous and authoring tools accessible; yet their limits resulted in a plethora of online slide shows. Today, we have access to a wide range of technologies—mobile, social, virtual, search, gaming, and reliable user generated content—along with modern instructional techniques aligned with the way today’s workers naturally learn. This produces an exciting new generation of modern learning solutions, which equates to more options, more challenges, more unknowns. To achieve the excitement and reap the rewards, you need to know what you’re doing and what has worked elsewhere. In some ways, the future of eLearning is here today!
In this recording of last week’s webinar, Bill West, Executive Director of Custom Services here at eLearning Brothers, and Dr. Michael Allen, the Founder and CEO of Allen Interactions, discussed these new instructional techniques, and some ideas to increase the quality and effectiveness of eLearning.
As mentioned in the webinar, here are links to the free books.
Dr. Michael Allen’s book:
Also, Dr. Allen mentioned the book “Urban Myths about Learning and Education” that is available here:
Also, feel free to check out Julian Stodd’s blog:
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