Delivering Responsive, Personalized Learning on a Shoestring Budget

Source: https://www.learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/2559/delivering-responsive-personalized-learning-on-a-shoestring-budget by Domenic Caloia “Adaptive learning no longer needs to be mysterious, complicated, or expensive. Approaching adaptive learning from a learning intelligence perspective eliminates the dependency on costly third-party platforms. Smart navigation is used to add dynamic page linking to quickly create courses that respond to the user’s real-time needs.”   The challenge for instructional designers…

Storyline 2 vs. Captivate 8

From abnederveld.com by Allison b. Nederveld URL: http://abnederveld.com/2015/06/12/storyline-2-vs-captivate-8/ This content appeared on Allison’s blog in three parts. All three parts are shown below in this post. As an eLearning professional, I know that choosing a software platform can be difficult and even confusing. I have used both Captivate and Storyline (multiple versions of each) and have been…

How Intel is bringing adaptive learning to the classroom

Originally posted here: http://www.techradar.com/news/software/applications/how-intel-is-bringing-adaptive-learning-to-the-classroom-1283350 By Kane Fulton IN THE KNO Intel acquired California-based education-focused startup Kno in November 2013. Since then, the company has developed the multi-device platform of the same name in a bid to improve teacher performance, foster student engagement and drive learning success in the classroom. John Galvin, vice president and general manager…

Game Logic in Moodle Overview

Originally posted here: https://docs.moodle.org/28/en/Game_Logic_in_Moodle_Overview An attempt to create better PLE (personalized learning environment) per each student. were activities and resources are selected automatically by the computer and showed to the student. instead of bringing in 30 students and 1 teacher that covers material, and everyone is expect to stay in pace as teacher goes over…