eLearning Academy, based in Louisiana, offers free online courses to flood victims across the state. Talk about giving back to the community you serve! Truly awesome!! http://www.dailycomet.com/news/20160926/elearning-offers-courses-to-flood-victims-for-free
Here's the thinking: Content In::Content Out This has been the way courses have been designed since, well, forever! In this wonderful article written by instructional consultant, Anna Sabramowicz, she explores why content-centered design no longer should - or has to be - the way we approach learning! Content-Centered Courses: How Google Has Destroyed Traditional Education
So, before you go and say that games in learning or gamification in learning isn't for adults, let me just remind you that every age enjoys playing games. My Great Aunt Flo taught me how to play Spite and Malice, a card game she regularly played with her friends until she was well into her 80's.
One effective use of animation is to explain difficult concepts through leveraging gestalt principles in a purposeful way: partner like concepts through color or diagrams; bring attention to main concepts, repetition and visual consistency in movement and shape or color; and through audio where music and sound effects support visual cues. Years ago an intern of mine working