Addressing individual learning needs through effective eLearning design

‘What any person in the world can learn, almost all persons can learn if provided with appropriate prior and current conditions of learning.’ – Benjamin Bloom (1976: 7) Traditionally, learning has taken place in face-to-face contexts, where educators have relied on lectures and print materials as a means of disseminating information. While this unidirectional, industrialised […]

Social learning: Buzzword or best practice?

‘Social learning’ has become a buzzword among eLearning professionals, and it continues to gain traction in the wake of Covid-19, where digital learning solutions are becoming even more prolific. This is hardly surprising – for years, eLearning experts have advocated for the inclusion of social learning tools and technologies in online education.  However, decisions surrounding […]