Here we are on August 10, 2015 back on campus/contract and getting ready for Fall 2015 to begin next Monday! Summer seemed so short, but I am excited that all of you will be back on contract and we will get to see you more!
Make sure to stop by and see us at Academic Innovations & eLearning LIB 215 to get assistance, tips and smiles in regards to your online learning environments.
See you soon!
This article reviews a range of literature of computer games and learning theories and attempts to establish a link between them by proposing a typology of games which we use as a new usability measure for the development of guidelines for game-based learning. First, we examine game literature in order to understand the key elements that constitute games. This is then followed by the theoretical discussion of the relationship between the game components and the learning theories, namely behaviourism, cognitive constructivism, and social constructivism. Ten games are analysed using the…
Online Learning Teaching Techniques The world of online education is exciting for its potential to reach students individually, but what teaching technique
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As a college student, you are probably striving to become an exceptional component to whatever industry you are seeking to be a part of. And while that means putting in a lot of time and work in order to gain the skills and knowledge necessary, it all pays off in the end when you’re are a prominent leader within your field.
"Difference Makers" what a great term!! #suny
Incorporating video into eLearning courses is a great way to facilitate learning through the use of multimedia. According to the Schwartz and Hartmann model for using digital videos for learning, there exist four major learning outcomes: Engaging, Doing, Seeing and Saying. Engaging Videos that show relevant information can be very effective at increasing interest and …
Another example of why using video is useful in eLearning.
Open courseware provider Lumen Learning is publishing a set of guidelines and best practices for developing courses using open educational resources (OER).
This is right inline with our OER/Creative Commons focus with UAA CAFE this month. Great read.