The eLearning Fundi

Random reflections about eLearning in Africa

November, 2006

The Role of Training and Support in eLearning Success Part IV

In the last 3 series on this topic, I have tackled the key aspects of eLearning, the training and support, and methods and procedures that we have used towards our success. In this blog, I focus on what knits all the information and aspects that arose in the previous blogs together: The technology and the […]

 

The Role of Training and Support in eLearning Success Part III

In is the third blog in this series. Part I dealt with the key issues in eLearning and Part II is about training and support. In this part, I discuss methods and procedures that we have adopted, and how they have contributed to our success. We have adopted a number of methods and procedures to […]

 

The Role of Training and Support in eLearning Success Part II

I start this part with a quote from Micheal Fledstein’s Blog, a reflection/reaction posted by Stephen on an article appearing on the Communication of the ACM. The blog article’s title is “The Sesame Street Syndrome“. In the final paragraph Stephen notes The misuse (or not) of technology in lectures is merely a symptom of a […]

 

The Role of Training and Support in eLearning Success Part I

I received a request this week “to put together a short workshop on supporting e-learning in the institution (University of the Western Cape, UWC) for the AVOIR meeting“. The workshop need to cover things like “strategy, organization, activities, what works, what doesn’t”. I have 90 minutes to convince, showcase, and discuss with the over 30 […]

 

Testing Performancing

I was looking for adds-on for my Firefox installation when I came across Performancing. Isn’t it great what and how web technologies are being designed? With only a few clicks, I can be publishing my blog stories as they happen or to put it right, just think with my fingers on the keyboard. Since blogging […]

 

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