Mastering virtual communication is really essential to running a successful online course. Did you know that one of the biggest challenges to online courses is student engagement? Mobile messaging through apps like Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Slack and SMS messaging can create those important connections and ensure a better learner experience. Check out this great article by guest blogger Anastasia Sviridenko for more information.
Should We Incorporate Social Media Into Online Education?
Does social media have the power to improve virtual education? Can it solve most of the problems both online educators as well as online students strive to overcome each and every day? Would incorporating it into virtual teaching and learning make a difference? Check out this great article by guest blogger Emily Johnson for more information.
The Ups and Downs of Using the Smartphone as an Educational Tool
With smartphone use by young students spreading wider every day, there are several practical reasons why, as a teacher, you should allow the useful little gadgets in your classroom. Check out this great article by guest blogger Vigilance Chari for more information.
5 Smart Ways to Use the Internet in the Classroom
One of the greatest issues in the contemporary classroom is that many teachers still refuse to embrace technology and make it a part of the education process. Click here for a great article by guest blogger Lori Wade describing 5 ways in which the internet and technology can be used to enhance teaching and learning in the classroom.
e-Portfolios for e-Learning
What are e-Portfolios and how can they be used to enhance your e-learning experience? Click here to find out more about this great tool and how it can help you make the most of your education in and out of the classroom!
Distance Education- a Necessity, not an Accessory
A study from WCET, the WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies (founded by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education- WICHE), discusses recent trends in Distance Education enrollment. Click here for the full report.