Category Archives: E-Learning

Challenge Your Online Learning Expectations


This is a helpful article for students who have never taken an online course, especially those who are returning to school several years after graduation. Many students believe that online learning will be drastically different from traditional in-class experiences, that … Continue reading

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The Dark Side of MOOCs


There has been an incredible rise in the popularity of MOOCs, but skeptics can’t help wonder: Are they worth all of the hype? This is an interesting infographic created by OnlineColleges.net.

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Massive Open Online Courses Infographics


Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are getting a lot of attention these days? They could be the next big thing in education. What are MOOCs? Why MOOCs are becoming popular? Why they are important? What are the benefits and issues … Continue reading

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Profile of Online College Students


OnlineColleges recently created an infographic on the Profile of an Online College Student which is quite interesting.  Some interesting highlights are: 6,142,280 college students take at least one course online More than twice as many women as men enroll in … Continue reading

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Effective E-Learning


What Does It Take to Create Effective e-learning? Developing effective e-learning requires expertise and cooperation in Project Management, Computer-based Instructional Design, Multimedia Design, Instructional Technology and Quality Assurance. The below infographic shows the five key skill sets required to develop … Continue reading

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