Hubbard, Rob
July 2009
Training Journal;Jul2009, p74
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the key elements of a recent eLearning Network conference on creating engaging and effective learning content. It notes the applicability of an online collaborative Mind Map, which is called "How Do We Create Engaging and Effective Learning Content?" that has been used as basis for group discussions at the conference. It mentions the efficacy of making the e-learning approach as an artistic endeavour rather than an engineering task.


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