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About the Institute for Interactive Technologies (IIT)
Chapter 1 – What is E-Learning?
1.1 - Introduction
1.2 – The E-Learning Evolution
1.3 Advantages and Disadvantages of E-Learning
1.4 E-Learning and the Corporate World
1.5 E-Learning in the Pre-K-12 Market
1.6 E-Learning and the Demise of Brick-and-Mortar Schools
Chapter 2 - Instructional Design Models for E-Learning
2.1 Instructional Design Models for E-Learning
2.2 Applying User-Centered Design to E-Learning
2.3 Rapid E-Learning – Accomplishing more with less
Chapter 3 – E-Learners
3.1 E-Learners
3.2 Julie Schmidt: Success in E-Learning
3.3 Social Networking - A Growing Phenomenon
Chapter 4 – E-Learning Tools
4.1 E-Learning Tools
4.2 What is an e-learning tool?
4.3 Wikis and E-Learning
5.1 Instructional Strategies for Online Learning
5.2 Mentorship in Self-Directed E-Learning
5.3 E-Learning and Cognitive Disabilities
6.1 The Origin and History of Copyright
Section 6.2 Creative Commons License
6.3 The Future of Copyright
6.4 Copyright: An Overview
Chapter 7 – Development
Bonus Podcasts
7.1 - Leading Authoring Tools
7.2 - Understanding Authoring Tools
7.3 - Hearing Your Web Pages
7.4 - Making PDFs Accessible to Assistive Technology
7.5 - Importance of Web Development Standards within an Organization
7.6 - The Role of Technical Writing in E-Learning
7.7 Globalization and Learning Barriers in Synchronous E-Learning Tools
7.8 Where have the text-based menus gone?
Chapter 8 - Delivering E-Learning
8.1 Delivering E-Learning
8.2 Instructional Game Characteristics
8.3 Educational Podcasting
8.4 Gaming at Work: Taking the Boredom Out of Training
8.5 Delivering E-Learning Synchronously
Chapter 9 – E-Learning Evaluation
Bonus Podcast
9.1 - Introduction to Evaluating E-Learning
9.2 – Kirkpatrick's Four Levels of Evaluating Learning
9.3 – Learning Analytics
9.4 – Balanced Scorecards
9.5 Evaluation Models
Chapter 10 – Managing the Data
10.1 Project Management for Virtual Teams
10.2 The Key to Managing all the Data
10.3 Virtual Leadership in the 21st Century
10.4 Virtual Workplaces and Tools
Chapter 11 – Web Standards
11.1 What are web standards?
What are web standards?
11.2 Who is involved in web standards?
11.3 Resources for Guidance on Web Standards
11. 4 How are web standards used in education?
11.5 Web Standards for Designers
11.6 Validators
11.7 W3C: Keeping it Simple – Making it Accessible
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ELearning Concepts and Techniques by Blooms Burg University of Pennsylvanias Department of Instructional Technology

ELearning Concepts and Techniques by Blooms Burg University of Pennsylvanias Department of Instructional Technology

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