A massive open online course (MOOC) is an online course aimed at unlimited participation and open access via the web. In addition to traditional course materials such as filmed lectures, readings, and problem sets, many MOOCs provide interactive user forums to support community interactions between students teachers. MOOCs are a recent and widely researched development in distance […]
When we started the MSc course it was explained to us how we had to keep an eportfolio site to show learning over the course. I have a post about what an eportfolio is here. In my degree course in UCD I had to keep a learning journal which reflected on different aspects of the […]
My experience as a result of this programme, both as a learner and Trainer who develops courses, has increased my conviction that eLearning is the future for my Department (Department of Agriculture Food and Marine) but changes need to be made. The introduction of tools to allow us to engage and work collaboratively with students will provide a […]
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The 70/20/10 Model for Learning and Development is a learning and development model based on research and observation carried out from the 1960s until present. Morgan McCall and his colleagues working at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) are usually credited with originating the 70:20:10 ratio. Two of McCall’s colleagues, Michael M. Lombardo and Robert W. […]
I wanted to get to grips with Camtasia for editing video, I eventually got around to it today. See the finished video below. The video content is not related to this but of my daughter rock climbing and gave me a file to work with. http://www.hughmclain.ie/wordpress/wp-content/video/Aoife10May2014.mp4 I used the trial copy and it was very […]
We had a couple of weeks between out Trends in eLearning Module and our Research Module so I took the opportunity to update my ePortfolio and tidy it up. I had a bit of sole searching to do around privacy of my ePortfolio after looking at others in the class. The majority are private but […]