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eSkills and eLearning ePractitioners

For people in the eLearning, mLearning and Blended Learning fields. If you use technology in learning, please join and contribute.

Location: International
Members: 68
Latest Activity: Aug 18

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eLearning Content developer needed

Started by Johan Schoeman. Last reply by Louise Sterling Feb 2. 1 Reply

I am looking for an Articulate Storyline 2 developer to develop 11 20 minute courses. Please contact me to set up an appointment. (johansch65@gmail.com)Continue

Mobility in Education

Started by sylvia hammond Apr 3, 2013. 0 Replies

The meaning of "Mobility" in education is not always clear. Mobility could refer to social mobility - that is:the ability to move from working class to middle class based upon the level of education…Continue

Tags: cell, mEducation, phones, broadband, teachers

contract instructional designers needed

Started by Willie Maritz. Last reply by Christo Kruger Jan 21, 2013. 2 Replies

We need freelenace/contract instructional designers for some interesting eLearning projects.  If you are available or know someone, please contact me.Willie MaritzContinue

Tags: eLearning, design, instructional

Which is a better LMS for corporate purposes? Moodle or JoomlaLMS?

Started by Ashwell Glasson. Last reply by Elena Haidukova Jan 10, 2013. 2 Replies

I am looking for a no nonsense comparison of the pros and cons of Moodle and JoomlaLMS. I am looking at the implementation of blended-learning delivery and management for a corporate internal academy…Continue

Tags: JoomlaLMS, Moodle, LMS

 
 
 

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