Posts by ellen

Staff orientation

Staff orientation

By on Feb 2, 2014 in eLearning, Portfolio

As part of a larger organisational change initiative, eCurious developed a Jeopardy-like game to take learners through a number of child protection situations to introduce changes to this NGO’s policy and standards. We created categories of knowledge vertically and levels of difficulty horizontally in order to profile the issues at stake. In this version of the...

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Just what is an hour of eLearning?

By on Dec 2, 2013 in eLearning

eLearning development is both an art and a science, and the combination of these two elements makes this question a complex one—like nailing jello to the wall. eLearning is often quantified in terms of costs per finished hour, but what constitutes that hour is not clearly or universally defined. It’s one of our frequently asked questions, so it bears some...

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Pitch perfect eLearning

By on Jun 4, 2013 in eLearning

David Kupp, one of the eCurious senior partners, is both an educator and an educationist. As an educator, he is professor of Urban and International Development at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto. As an educationist, which is to say someone who studies the theory of education and learning, he has been nearly a lifetime student. He’s been curious about how...

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LearnDash enters the rapid LMS race

By on Mar 1, 2013 in LMS

By Martin Brown There has been a fair bit of activity in the rapid LMS (Learning Management System) race to kick the year off. LearnDash is arguably the most anticipated entrant, and news is that the wait is over! Well, almost. January 28 is the expected release date. LearnDash is a WordPress LMS plugin. Given the rise and rise of WordPress popularity it’s no wonder...

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