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From Dull to Dynamic: Using Rapid E-Learning Tools to Create Engaging Course Materials
|Title:||From Dull to Dynamic: Using Rapid E-Learning Tools to Create Engaging Course Materials|
|Author Affiliation:||Rebecca Blakiston - University of Arizona Main Library|
Yvonne Mery - University of Arizona Main Library
|Abstract:||Ideally, development of interactive e-learning content is undertaken by a skilled team consisting of web programmers, graphic designers, content experts, and instructional designers. However, this is impractical for many online educators who are more likely to develop learning materials on their own. Without the specialized skills necessary to create dynamic and engaging course materials, the results are often static content similar to a PowerPoint presentation or online workbook. Fortunately, rapid e-learning tools allow educators with no programming skills to transform their content into quality interactive learning opportunities that promote active learning and engage students. Readers are offered practical and innovative tips and techniques that can be easily and readily implemented at their home institutions.|
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TCC 2010 Proceedings|
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