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by DARRIN MCCARTHY

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Now, that’s a term that’s quite pervasive these days. Every custom eLearning development vendor claims to make engaging eLearning. But do we know what engaging eLearning really is? What attributes it needs to exhibit to qualify for being engaging eLearning? And more importantly how do you go about creating eLearning that is not the boring, stereotypical eLearning that the learners hardly ever relate with?

Creating engaging eLearning is a topic large enough to be covered in a workshop spanning a few days. However, I believe there if we can focus on 3 key things we will be able to ensure that the content we create is engaging. In this blog I will discuss the first one.

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Blooms Sigma 2 Problem In the June July Edition of Educational Researcher, Volume 13, No. 6, Bloom published the findings research by two of his doctoral students.  This research compared student learning under the following conditions of instruction. The comparison of three conditions of instruction:- Conventional (Lecture). Students learn the subject matter in a class with 30…

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Moodle 3.1 which is scheduled to be released in May 2016 is packed with a lot of rich new features for teachers, students and administrators. The new features are designed to help you save time and deliver online learning more efficiently.

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Electronic learning, popularly called eLearning, is one of the most popular forms of training for most corporate organizations. The eLearning course design and development is a massive task that needs to be planned and managed carefully while following all the formal practices that are a part of the project management lifecycle.

In this article, we will list the 16 essential steps of eLearning course design that you could follow while you are starting on a new eLearning project:

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