As a new teacher in the 1980s Lisa Gabriel did battle with mono cassette recorders and wrote music on a banda machine or chalk board. e-Music did not exist. How times have changed. Lisa shares her journey over the last 30 years, using BBC-Bs, four track recorders, Amigas, Karaoke, PCs, Sibelius, Scorch, MP3s, the web, and Audacity amongst other things. Here is Lisa’s journey…
What is the state of distance education in K-12 Schools? Michael Barbour trawls through the literature to illuminate us…
Content is king we are told. But is it? When creating eLearning experiences for your students, is your primary focus on substance (content) or style (design)? Patricia Turner says we need both, lots of both.
As well as providing information about eLearning, we also provide eLearning.
We are pleased to have been chosen by EasyScript to work with them on providing eLearning options for their paper based courses. The courses should start coming on stream in the next 2-3 months.
If you would like to be one of our testers and get a free look at the courses please contact Carol Cooper-Taylor.
What’s Easyscript about, watch this movie and find out.
Mark Smithers from RMIT talks about his passion for Educational Technology over the last 15 years.
A 2002 survey found that New Zealand midwives were interested in using the Internet as an information source and for professional development, but time constraints, access and computer skills were barriees to use. In 2005 few were using email or computer-mediated communication for mentoring. Given this snails pace of engagement from Midwives, what does the future hold?