7 Tips to Make the Most of Asynchronous E-learning Course Development

| March 23, 2018

article image
If you have taken a decision to include asynchronous e-learning courses in your training programs, it is because you have analyzed the needs of the learners in your organization. Learners can be geographically-dispersed or they can be too busy to attend classroom training programs because of professional commitments. Asynchronous learning has proven to be a viable solution in such cases, since it is learner-centric; however, the success of the training program largely depends on the motivation levels of learners. Get learners to immerse themselves in the e-learning experience by making use of the following tips.

Spotlight

Great Lakes Christian College

Great Lakes Christian College, an institution of higher education affiliated with Christian Churches/Churches of Christ, seeks to glorify God by preparing students to be servant-leaders in the church and world.The goals Great Lakes Christian College seeks to attain are inherent in the Mission Statement. The College is committed to serve and glorify God and endeavors to accomplish this by the following means: To provide our students a foundation for Christian faith, thought, and character that is relevant to the challenges and opportunities of the world.

OTHER ARTICLES

2020 Back to School Giveaway: Enter to Win a $500 Target Gift Card

Article | August 24, 2020

Back-to-school may look a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t cherish this time of new beginnings that come along with the new school year. No matter what your teaching environment looks like this year, you’ve already spent a lot of time getting your classroom together, and (probably) spent a lot of money in the process. At Edmentum, we know you work hard to provide the best for your students each and every school year, so we want to reward that effort by giving away one $500 Target gift card to a lucky educator!

Read More

Review: The Samsung Flip 2 Makes Classroom Collaboration Easy

Article | March 30, 2020

The Flip 2 interactive display, the latest addition to Samsung’s Flip displays, combines the best features of paper flip charts without their inherent drawbacks. The display supports collaboration by allowing students and teachers to sync their personal devices with the Flip 2 for real-time content sharing and control. Can your paper flip chart do that? With the Flip 2, teachers can creatively engage students in lessons. Up to four people can simultaneously write on the screen. Drawings can be easily erased with a finger or swipe of the palm.

Read More

How Amie launched a new career in IT during COVID-19

Article | July 20, 2020

We’d like to introduce you to Amie Hanbury. In the story she shares below, Amie describes how COVID-19 caused her to reevaluate her career, and how learning on Coursera gave her both the confidence and the skills to pursue a new opportunity. With the support of her family, and driven by a desire to make a positive difference in the world, she overcame her self-doubts and landed a fulfilling new role in a new field.

Read More

Factors to Consider When Preparing for E-Learning

Article | March 25, 2020

When faced with unexpected school closures, Gwinnett County (Ga.) Public Schools has a backup plan in place: digital learning days. Since 2017, the district has been using digital tools to continue instruction and communication when inclement weather days, natural disasters and other emergencies force them to close their buildings. Yet adopting e-learning — also called remote learning, distance learning or cyber days — wasn’t an easy feat. From network and connectivity issues to teacher training, the district had a lot to work through to deliver instruction online and provide alternative assignments for students who lacked devices or internet access at home.

Read More

Spotlight

Great Lakes Christian College

Great Lakes Christian College, an institution of higher education affiliated with Christian Churches/Churches of Christ, seeks to glorify God by preparing students to be servant-leaders in the church and world.The goals Great Lakes Christian College seeks to attain are inherent in the Mission Statement. The College is committed to serve and glorify God and endeavors to accomplish this by the following means: To provide our students a foundation for Christian faith, thought, and character that is relevant to the challenges and opportunities of the world.

Events