Where eLearning is Headed: How to Get From Here to There

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Incorporating different tools to your current eLearning training strategy isn’t enough. eLearning professionals must understand and embrace the meaning and the implications of these changes in the eLearning development process. This is not an easy task because it not only means they have to change what they do, but how they think.

To figure out how to get from here to there, eLearning professionals have to first understand where the "there" actually is. This list represents the newest and most important "rules" for eLearning today.

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Where eLearning is Headed: How to Get From Here to There

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  3. 3. People are social animals with brains that are wired to collaborate with others.
  4. 4. Recently, even eLearning has become collaborative experience.
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  9. 9. online instructors are important to help students learn from one another, promote collaborative activities, and encourage participation.
  10. 10. 2 Learner-Centered Courses Are No Longer an option But (1 Must
  11. 11. People have come to expect personalization from every facet of their lives
  12. 12. a i) I '_/ V Z eLearning professionals need to enable opportunities for learners to create their own training experiences that meet their individual needs.
  13. 13. These courses encourage learners to acquire knowledge effectively and eliminate the all-too-common rigid instructional designs that require the students to adapt to program.
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  15. 15. Learning is not a spectator sport
  16. 16. Active learning allow students to become in their learning, relate the content to their own experiences, and apply it to their daily lives.
  17. 17. A good indicator of active learning is students questioning content and developing their own interpretations
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  19. 19. 90 percent of professionals who access eLearning courses consider short-form eLearning to be of either high or medium priority. (Data by Rapid Learning Institute)
  20. 20. The bite—size approach involves covering only the essentials in short modules that learners can access whenever they have the time
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  26. 26. Learning in life situations is a non-linear process. such learning occurs at random intervals when one’s attention is captured by the need or desire to increase knowledge.
  27. 27. Non-linear learning works by allowing students to make between information they already possessed and new content.
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  29. 29. students are able to process images 60,000 times faster than text.
  30. 30. Images not only make a learning experience more fun, people are more inclined to view screens that contain pictures
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