Tag: education technology

What does quality online education look like?

We know that a successful online course is one which fundamentally transforms the learner. Compare these classic classroom activities and their suitability for an online medium.

3 Magic Wands in Course Development: Guskey’s Model

To implement the Guskey Model when building an online course, the trick is to work backwards. Add these 5 simple steps to your course design process for a well-rounded course each time!

How people learn best: Active vs Passive Learning

There’s nothing wrong with having course media like lectures and videos that discuss concepts within a module. Just don’t stop there!

Introducing right-to-left feature on OpenLearning

To achieve our aim of enhancing content delivery globally, OpenLearning now supports courses that are written in Right-to-Left (RTL) format.

Let’s talk about the future of education: MOOCs, Globalisation, Learning Design, and Big Data

It’s a lot to think about, but thankfully, we don’t have to do it alone. Conference Manager, Sau Fong, gives us a few updates on these topics and more — to be explored during OpenLearning’s second annual conference.

Using social learning to design a world-class online course

Best practices in social learning align well with what is expected in today’s tech-centric, globalised and multicultural workplaces.

What to look out for: disruption in the education space

As educators, it is important to take a step back and consider how the long march of technology continues to disrupt the way we learn, work and live. David Collien takes us through some of the ways that emerging online and mobile technologies have transformed teaching and learning.

A glossary of learning approaches

A powerful way to design your course is to consider which learning approach you will use. Here is a helpful glossary of student-centred learning approaches you can use in your next online course.