Getting a Grip on Rapid eLearning
They also wonder whether learning drama or dance this way could even make sense.
What some forget is that online learning is often offered in what is called blended mode.
This means that people do come together to learn and meet each other but after gathering information and learning the ropes and what is expected they go off and get the theoretical side of the learning done – from the comfort of home.
This space is about talking over ways to make distance learning supported by communities online and just in time education in the form of email instruction workable.
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Getting a Grip on Rapid elearning is a space where arts based practitioners, educators and technology experts can share their knowledge of multi-media to talk about ways to engage audiences for the educational content they share. There is so much more to managing rapid elearning than simply writing well designed instructional courses. Instructional course design is one thing – but – helping students manage this innovative style of collaborative learning requires organisation and time management. Students can become overwhelmed and they can become isolated or they can become liberated and empowered. This channel invites submissions from all practitioners within the field and aims to look at every aspect of online education.