Category Archives: E-Learning

Maximizing E-learning ROI: Intrinsic Goal Orientation

  As discussed in the last post, intrinsic goal orientation is another motivational factor that tends to play a significant role in online learning environments. Intrinsic motivation refers to one’s tendency “…to be participating in a task for reasons such as … Continue reading

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Maximizing E-learning ROI: Self-Regulated Learning and Employee Performance

Advances in online technologies in the past two decades have made it possible for many organizations to incorporate online learning into their training and development programs.  In doing so, new and existing employees were encouraged to access portion or most of their … Continue reading

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Providing Blended Learning as Part of Your Corporate Training Services?: A Learning Theory You Can’t Afford Not to Know

Recent advancements in e-learning technologies have inspired many corporate trainers to search for more creative ways of maximizing employee productivity and performance in their work place. As discussed in my previous posts, empirical findings from university settings have convinced many … Continue reading

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Three Categories of Studies that Every E-Learning Professional Should Know

In this blog i am going to critically analyze students’ academic performance in online and face-t0-face learning environments.  Research examining the effectiveness of online technology on students‘ learning outcomes has grown dramatically in the past few years. Generally, research in the effectiveness of … Continue reading

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Blended Learning: An Excellent Investment

Advances in educational technologies in the past two decades have made it possible for institutions to incorporate online learning into their curriculum. During the past 10 years, post-secondary institutions have witnessed a significant growth in enrolment of students in online courses. The estimated … Continue reading

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Subtypes and Categories of Blended Learning (Educational and Corporate Settings)

In my last post i provided a brief overview of blended learning.  In this post, i am going to talk about the subtypes and categories of blended learning that exist in today’s educational and corporate settings.    Subtypes of Blended Learning Approaches … Continue reading

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What is Blended Learning?

In recent years, researchers have recognized the possibility that more integrative learning environments may help university students to maximize their learning potentials within their courses (Graham 2006; Vaughn, 2007).  Therefore post-secondary institutions have introduced a new pedagogical design where online and … Continue reading

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