Did you know that early signs of e-learning date back to the 19th century? In fact, Isaac Pitman back in the 1840s taught his students shorthand through correspondence.
Companies across the globe are now utilizing e-learning to meet their business goals. However, there’s more to it when it comes down to developing e-learning courses than just meticulous planning and careful execution.
What are the areas that need to be identified when developing an e-learning course? Through this infographic, we bring you a handy checklist.
When it comes to studying for exams, it’s not about the hours of study but making the study count. Check out this infographic from Study Medicine Europe which contains several valuable tips for exam preparation and helping you prepare for those tests more effectively.
Enjoying a break from school? Take a look at this great infographic from CreativeMarket.com titled “40 Little Things You Can Do To Break Your Creative Block”. Try out some of these tips and see if you can succeed in releasing your inner brilliance!
Pinterest, the web-based social networking service that allows users to collect, store, and share images and information using “Pins” and “Boards”, is known for its use in the fashion, arts, and cooking industries. However, the app is not limited to personal and at-home use. Click here for a great Infographic from WorldWideLearn.com on the role that Pinterest plays in the classroom and how Professors and Students can use this great app to enhance their learning experiences.
Check out these two great videos on technology in the 2016 Presidential Election and the effect of social media on the candidates’ campaigns.