4 Ways to Improve your Distance Learning Course

John Laskaris shares his tips for making sure your eLearning program develops a wide learner base in "4 Ways to Tweak your eLearning for Extended Audiences." While the original post focus on eLearning training programs for organizations, much of the advice can be applied to online college courses. His top four tips include the following: … Continue reading 4 Ways to Improve your Distance Learning Course

Augmented Reality: Augmenting the Classroom Experience

Want to spice up the lesson plans in your classroom? Consider incorporating augmented reality! Augmented reality (AR) allows for students to use technology to view something in a real-world environment with the supplementation of computer-generated actions, such as video, graphics, or sounds. AR creates a whole new experience—and it can be created with just the … Continue reading Augmented Reality: Augmenting the Classroom Experience

Make Interactive Posters via Google Drawings!

Tech expert and high school teacher Matt Miller explains how to make fun, digital posters using Google Drawings. In his article, "Google Drawings interactive posters (no glue sticks necessary!)," he explains how to start a new digital poster and how to take advantage of all the useful features that don't come with a traditional poster … Continue reading Make Interactive Posters via Google Drawings!

Students Report More Technology Would Help Improve Learning

Dian Schaffhauser reports that technology in the classroom may increase student comfort level and success. According to the annual survey sponsored by eLearning platform company VitalSource, 56% of students claimed they'd be more comfortable in a digital class versus an in-person class, and 74% feel they'd perform better in their classes if they used more … Continue reading Students Report More Technology Would Help Improve Learning