Tag Archives: eLearning

The new LMS

–Sorry, somehow I forgot to polish this post before publishing it. So, I’m adding the links in their proper places 🙂 It was doomed, yet the LMS resurfaced with an apparent change, deeper than a facelift. Moodle has finally released … Continue reading

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Segundo Encuentro de la Red de Educadores Puertorriqueños: 5/feb/2011

La Red de Educadores Puertorriqueños invita a su Segundo Encuentro, el sábado 5 de febrero en el Recinto de Aguadilla de la Universidad de Puerto Rico. El programa incluye varios talleres superinteresantes y un Panel sobre el Código Abierto (Open … Continue reading

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Sclipo: the Social Learning Revolution

Another nice surprise from Barcelona: Sclipo: the Social Learning Revolution! Sclipo is a web application to teach, learn and share with your students and fellow teachers. This video tutorial shows you the following tools: COURSES: Publish, manage and teach face2face … Continue reading

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Online learning more effective than face-to-face learning

Digizen published a recent study sponsored by the US Department of Education which concludes that online learning is more effective than face to face “traditional” learning. A systematic search of the research literature from 1996 through July 2008 identified more … Continue reading

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Ten Most Read Articles in eLearn Magazine in 2008

I shamelessly republish this nice list from Lisa Neal’s The eLearn Blog of the Ten Most Read Articles in eLearn Magazine in 2008. The pronoun “My” means Lisa’s, of course. 1) Michelle Everson’s Group Discussion in Online Statistics Courses2) Michael … Continue reading

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