Tag Archives: e-learning

Learning Theories and Associated Digital Tools

Here is a mind map I created to show the relationship between the major learning theories and the associated digital tools that can be potentially used for e-learning design.

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The New E-Learning Framework

Some time ago, I wrote a new e-learning framework for a company I consulted for here in Calgary. I broke down the structure into types of learning, types of e-learning products, and interactivity types. It helped the company to estimate … Continue reading

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Disruptive Technology in Learning

Recently I have written a concept paper on using disruptive technology in higher education, and I thought I share it here. It is rather lengthier than my normal posts, so considered yourself forewarned 🙂 The term “Disruptive Technology” has no … Continue reading

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Point-and-Click Learning

I was watching this seemingly everyday YouTube video called “A Magazine Is an iPad that Does Not Work”. It was posted as a tribute for Steve Jobs. At the end of the video, it said “For my 1 year old … Continue reading

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Learning with Videos

It recently occurred to me that there are such diversity of videos out there that cater to the visual learners in us. Gone is the talking-head shots that just ramble on. Now, when I watch video on the “how to…” … Continue reading

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One Slide Said It All: Making ‘Research in Learning Technology’ Open Access

One slide explain it all about the important of open access: OLDaily: Making ‘Research in Learning Technology’ Open Access via OLDaily: Making ‘Research in Learning Technology’ Open Access.

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Types of Self-Regulated Learning – An Ontology

I have been developing an ontology for self-regulated learning (SRL) theory for e-learning. It is part of a research paper I am working on, so I thought I would share it here as a work-in-progress. System initiated – SRL activities … Continue reading

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Augmented Reality and Learning

Recently BMW Group is working on augmented reality windshield displays. I think this is a really cool idea and finally we are seeing more use of augmented reality(AR) technology integrated for commercial and practical use. I can’t help but think … Continue reading

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Meta-Learning

Lately, I have been thinking a lot about meta-learning. The idea of meta-learning came from Donald B. Maudsley (1979) in the field of social psychology. Maudsley described meta-learning as “the process by which learners become aware of and increasingly in … Continue reading

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Aardvark as knowledge management/e-learning tool

So I have been playing around with Aardvark lately. What is Aardvark? In a nutshell, it is a question and answer service. You ask a question, and you get an answer back from someone in real time. Aardvark’s job is … Continue reading

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