I was recently asked this question during a discussion on LinkedIn. It’s a good question, and one which can also be asked of the distinction between Learning and e-Learning, and between Literacy and Digital Literacy. Should we be treating the digital as something ‘other’, or does digital just represent the next stage in the evolution … More Do we need the ‘digital’ in Digital Pedagogy?
There are some good articles in this magazine, including the following: Making the case for blended solutions – Clive Shepherd Is learner motivation our responsibility? – Julie Dirksen The rise of video for digital learning – Kath Fleet Read the full magazine here.
Claiming to be the world’s largest repository of free e-learning tutorials. Although I can’t substantiate this there are certainly a lot of helpful hints and tips here: http://www.articulate.com/rapid-elearning/the-worlds-largest-repository-of-free-online-learning-tutorials/
An excellent presentation by Judy O-Connell that explores the changing nature of the Web and the ways in which these changes will impact on teaching and learning: New culture of learning View more presentations from Judy O’Connell Many thanks to Jane Hart for bring attention to this presentation.
>> Measuring success A useful post illustrating that measuring the quantity of ‘activity’ in an online community is not the same as measuring the amount of ‘learning’ that is taking place. What is more important is the need to define performance objectives for individuals and then measure how well they achieve these objectives.
Students Addicted To Technology: The Good and Bad News [Infographic] | Education Technology and Teacher Tools – Edudemic A beautifully constructed infographic courtesy of Edudemic that provides useful statistics on students’ addiction to technology.
Jane Hart shares her top 10 e-Learning tools for 2011 and explains how these have changed over the last 5 years.