Tag: openlearning

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 three new features: Skip Links, ‘What’s New’ Centre and Updated Profile Page

Three new features to better facilitate content delivery and offer a new way for students to be discovered for their capabilities.

Tips on how to use colours for effective communication

Here are a few helpful tips on how to use colours for effective communication!

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.

Educator Profile: Zi Siang See

What’s it like to move from industry to academia, and then start teaching online? Zi has been there and done that. This month, he shares 3 of the lessons he has learned in the next instalment of the Educator Profile series!

Why students’ full learning potential isn’t maximised in higher education (and what we’re doing about it)

OpenLearning aims to provide the solutions to assist higher education institutions to align with how students really learn.

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.

How to create course images your students can’t miss

Having an interesting and well-designed course banner or thumbnail can make the difference between someone clicking on your course or just scrolling by.