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The reason why Eummena is a non-profit is not because it's not an ambitious organization. The opposite is, in fact, true for the Belgium-based provider of Open Source Learning Management System solutions to the Middle East and...
By Andrew Das, Paradiso Solutions. Updated on February 18, 2020 We might think is it not possible to learn new things when we are having a good time. In reality, we are learning even then. In some cases, especially when....
Access to information by women and girls can be seen both as a reflection of society's customs and expectations for their lives; as well as a hint of a country’s potential for social and economic development. In places where...
Healthy tech use and media consumption advocacy nonprofit Common Sense is releasing “Social Media, Social Life, 2018,” a research report examining the spectrum of interactions between teens and social media, based on interviewing 1,141 US kids 13 to 17...
With the launch of MoodleNet on the horizon, the importance of teen behavior, habits, and rationales in social networks should spark a growing interest for Moodlers in development, design, and possibly instructional design as well. The recently launched Pew Research...
Even the highest quality course can stumble under a faulty login page. Take note of the following easy to miss but potentially dramatic obstacles keeping your users from doing, learning and buying more on your site, courtery of Paradiso...
Data is today’s gold, but it’s yours only to borrow and return with value to students, users, and customers. Or at least that would be a very European way to think of it. The European Commission's GDPR rules have made...
También disponible en Español. A guest Blackboard blog post by Eric Kunnen, Associate Director of eLearning and Emerging Technologies at Grand Valley State University, shares his experience in content design and practice. Technology has enhanced the delivery of instruction on campuses....
Our second "review of reviews" is here. Whether they show outstanding evidence, or the need for further research, we trust they at least pick your brain about your LMS-based teaching practice. The 1st Insight: Gamification might be pushed harder than...
It seemed a somewhat outlandish idea at the time, but after the warm reception of the news on how Moodle ―especially since the environment of features included in December's 3.2 release― could be turning into a true, "distributed social learning...