eLearning Conference 2010

Monthly Archives: February 2010

eLearning Conference 2010

Recently two of our team members, Dr. Mac Adkins and Alan Manley returned from the eLearning 2010 conference (sponsored by Instructional Technology Council).  As a homework assignment, I asked them to get some video clips of attendees sharing their two cents about various eLearning subjects.  Below see what Lynda Womer from St. Petersburg College had to […]

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New READI Reporting Feature

Many of our clients have requested enhanced reporting features in READI.  We now have a new feature available that allows you to choose additional data points to be included in the student data report.  To see how this feature works watch the 90 second tutorial below.

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Reaching New Heights Using Old School Ideas?

In 2010, what is your strategy to improve retention, strengthen student engagement, and stay within shrinking budgets? Sounds like it’s time to get creative!  We suggest three pieces of advice. These old adages are holding true in 2010, and could hold the key to your school’s success! 1.       A bird in the hand is worth […]

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Change is on the Horizon

All is a buzz at eLearningToolBox.  With 2010 in full swing we are planning one of the biggest changes ever!  Over the past several years, our client base has grown, our products have improved, and the market has evolved.  To serve you better we are changing our company name and the names of our product […]

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Why is eLearning So Effective?

Tom Kuhlmann from The Rapid E-Learning Blog, delivers a wealth of information about eLearning.  With over 15 years experience, he provides great insight to new technologies, what works and what doesn’t and new ideas to integrate into your distance learning program.  We recommend keeping this website marked as a favorite.  Great information! In a recent […]

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Top 7 Myths About Online Education

Although online education has been around for over a decade, there are still several myths or misconceptions about it.  Many strides have been made to dispel some misinformation but there is still work to do. Many schools find themselves struggling to help students overcome inaccurate feelings of what distance learning is and what it entails.  […]

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University Business – Virtual Capacity

A recent article from University Business about using distance learning to manage surging enrollments, explores the possiblities virtual learning can have on an ever increasing enrollment and the implications of creating more of these environments.  It interviews a host of distance learning leaders and focuses on ideas from mulitple schools.  The article examines four areas that […]

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Speaking of Shadows

Today is Groundhog Day and that means many are anxiously waiting to see if the groundhog will see his shadow and thus sentence us to another six weeks of Winter.  In researching where the Groundhog Day celebration came from I stumbled upon a clever piece from GKLife with some history.  It turns out that it […]

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iNACOL Requests Your Help

Calling all K12 schools, recently iNACOL sent out a request to participate in an important study.  The U.S. Department of Education is sponsoring the Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Online Courses for Secondary Students, which will include a series of rigorous studies to determine the effectiveness of different models of online learning relative to traditional […]

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