Simple online school is an India-based non-governmental organization and a good online educational project. The NGO recently started using the e-learning platform Eliademy so as to spread knowledge in schools, institutions, organizations and among individuals. It aims for the holistic growth of school children and individuals – online.
Today, we are very pleased to welcome on the e-learning platform Eliademy another non-governmental, non-profit organization, which act for the protection of human rights all over the globe.
People in Need is a Czech NGO promoting humanism, freedom, equality and solidarity. Its members believe that “people anywhere in the world should have a right to make decisions about their lives and to share the rights expressed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights“.
Today we are happy to announce our Eliademy All Stars video interviews. The initiative aims to interview key influencers from various industries on the subject of Education, Technology, Entertainment and Venture Capitalism. We believe that those 4 industries are spearheading the transformation of Education and the world must hear their vision and mission.
We have an impressive line up of interviews of key Finnish stakeholders like Teemu Kokko, Jonas Dromberg, Minna Wickholm, Tero Ojanperä and much more. If you are also welcome to propose some for the interview via email@example.com
Today we also want to present you a list of 10 influencers who have had a strong impact on Eliademy’s team. From different fields of expertise, they all have innovative ideas and we highly recommend you to follow them!
Elon Musk is a visionary and serial entrepreneur. Currently the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla Motors, he is also a founder of highly different companies such as SpaceX, Tesla Motors and PayPal. Elon Musk does not hesitate to dream big and give himself the means to achieve his visionary projects, like creating a mass-marketed electric car or reusable rockets. Besides, he is a chairman of the Musk Foundation and he has given a considerable part of his fortune to philanthropic causes. Continue reading
E-learning is becoming a popular solution for internal training in corporations. It saves time, money and encourages learning together. As a manager you might be asking: How do I create an e-learning strategy? What should I take into account?
We have identified four key elements to improve the experience of e-learning for both your organization and your employees.
1. Create visual and interactive course materials
No one likes learning through a dry text material. Insert pictures and videos in your course content and you can make corporate learning become an enjoyable experience. You can also integrate your content from any other educational applications you are using in order to create a complete learning experience.
2. Monitor and evaluate your employees
It’s important to evaluate your employees’ performance. Create tasks and submissions to be completed and monitor the progress. This way you can also create processes to reward your employees for high-quality performance. Creating incentives to activate learning is a great way to benefit both your organization and your employees.
3. Engage your employees
The importance of sharing knowledge is crucial if you want to create a learning organization. As a Human Resources Manager, create active discussions and seek for feedback. Ask the participants what they have learned and what areas need more focus. This way you can see how your employees are using the e-learning tool and what they are talking about.
4. Link the progress of your employees to LinkedIn
To increase the professional competency of your employees, consider adding LinkedIn to the learning process. You can set up different skills to be learned from a particular course and then share the information on LinkedIn. You can also hand out certificates to your employees to provide official material about their achievements.
Check out the instructional video of Eliademy for Business as an e-learning tool and start your own learning organization today.
Creating interactive tutorials, making engaging class presentations and “flipping” has become a popular and useful approach in education, enabling students to maximize their learning experience by hearing and seeing lessons firsthand.
Screencast-O-Matic is a free Java-based web application that can be used to create screencasts on your computer. The application allows users to create recordings of screen activity with audio.
If as an instructor, you would like to ensure your students understand different concepts by showing a step by step description through a video, here are tips on how you can integrate Screencast-O-Matic in your classes on Eliademy.
1. Click on “Start Recording” to begin.
2. A frame will appear and everything inside the frame will be recorded. You can resize the frame using the squares at the corners and you can drag the whole frame by placing the cursor on the broken line.
3. The set-up toolbar allows you to record, check the audio device and level, choose the recording screen size, enable webcam use and delete the current screencast.
4. Once you’ve press record, the screen will have a countdown before starting with the screencast.
5. The recording tool bar enables you to pause the recording, check the audio level, monitor the recording time, restart the current screencast and finish the current project.
6. When you are done with your screencast you may review and publish it. There are 3 different ways to publish the screencast.
7. When publishing via Screencast-O-Matic you are given a link wherein you can access the screencast.
8. Place the link of the screencast in your class on Eliademy. If you published on Youtube, it looks even better as you can upload the video as an embedded content.
Educators are using screencasts to flip the classroom, record lectures, step-by-step tutorials, provide demonstrations, virtual class presentations, give feedback on students coursework, capture a video stream for the class and even create assignments that requires the student to make a screencast.
Using Screencast-O-Matic alongside Eliademy is just the start of the numerous possibilities brought about learning in the digital age. There are more applications that can supplement the use of Eliademy, making learning easier and more interactive.
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As part of our commitment to supporting you with tools that will improve your online classroom instructions, here is one of those tools we will be bringing to you in the weeks ahead. Spreaker is a tool that makes communication between an instructor and a learner more effective through live or recorded podcasts
With Spreaker, You can create your own podcast put them in a website and promote them through any media. It’s like having your live or pre-recorded 30 minute long radio show, available on the web. And this can be used in the classroom as well. So how do you integrate Spreaker into your course on Eliademy? Let’s go through this one after the other.
As an instructor, you can make live recordings for students as content material for a course. Spreaker offers this service to allow the creators such as an instructor of a course on Eliademy to record a 30 minute live session or broadcast. Here is a quick demonstration of how to do it:
Note: You must have an account on Spreaker and Eliademy to be able to do this.
1. Click on the Broadcast option to create a live session.
2. Write the tittle of the Broadcast and click on “Next”. It also specifies the websites where you can share the information after you finish.
3. Click on the button shown on the picture to start recording live. You also have other features to make your recording more fun and adapted to your needs. To share the broadcast, click on Share URL, on the upper right corner.
4. Attach the link as content material on your Eliademy course. If it is a live podcast, inform the students the day and the time the broadcast will be recorded live. If it is a recorded podcast, just upload as a material available anytime and anyplace. You can also add a brief description of the content so it will be easier to find among the rest of the material.
The good news is that students can also create their own podcasts if required by the teacher as a response to a task, for instance a language communication class.
The use of such tools as Spreaker with Eliademy is only limited by the user’s ingenuity. So be creative, discover and enhance learning on Eliademy with even more tools.
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