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The desire for online learning has grown over the past few years. A combination of more robust, fully interactive eLearning modules and shorter but passive micro-learning modules have become standard tools and practices for Instructional Designers. Articulate Storyline has quickly become a leader in the eLearning authoring software industry. Although a powerful tool, there is a steep learning curve and the numerous tools available to the user can become overwhelming. This module aims to walk the user through a basic tutorial and best practices on how to create interactive eLearning modules.
The intended audience for this module is teachers who are more technologically advanced and want to learn how to harness a more powerful teaching tool. Although the learning curve is steep, eLearning modules can be created for students of all ages.
As technology has advanced, so have the methodologies of identity thieves to steal your personal data..Identity thieves have become more cunning and have switched tactics from brute force to manipulating users into providing login information and other authentication credentials through social engineering, and more specifically, phishing attempts. This module will take a look at various ways to browse the internet and other apps more safely and more efficiently.
The intended audience for this module is focused on teachers, however, this information can be useful for almost any audience that utilizes email and other mobile applications.
The Big6 is a model of inquiry that helps "anyone solve problems or make decisions by using information." This module will introduce you to the stages in the Big6 and provide you with examples of how to incorporate the Big6 into your classroom.
This module is intended for K12 educators.
In 2017, The American Association for School Libraries released a newly revised Standards Framework, also referred to as the National School Library Standards. In this module, you will:
- be introduced to the various concepts and definitions that you need to understand in order to use the Standards, and
- learn how to read the Shared Foundations infographics developed by the AASL.
You will check your learning by taking a short quiz after viewing the presentation and video.
This learning module is geared towards library workers in K12 settings.