Success Stories / Online learning (2)

Enhancing knowledge sharing and collaboration in the medical field

Dr. Andrew Tagg is an emergency physician with a special interest in education and lifelong learning. He’s the co-founder and website lead for Don’t Forget The Bubbles. With over 150 authors and more than 1,000 blog posts, this community has become an amazing resource for medical prof …

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6 Reasons why you need micro-credentials for workforce development

If anything has become clear in the past year, it’s that online learning and virtual upskilling are here to stay. Organizations are reconsidering traditional methods of workforce development, and one model seems to stand out against the competition: micro-credentialing.

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Transformative learning in reflective practice

From the moment you start a conversation with Emma Hardley, you immediately sense her enthusiasm for connecting others and creating a world in which women and their children are thriving, respected and free from violence. 

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The role of OERs in building inclusive, engaging and empowering learning environments

In this episode of the Participate podcast, Mike Washburn and Dr. Julie Keane talk with Kristina Ishmael, an educator, learner, advocate and agent of change. Ishmael serves as the Director of Primary and Secondary Education at Open Education Global, where she leads the efforts to buil …

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Creating agency for all learners

 

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Facebook groups not cutting it? Participate Learning engages a community of 900 members with this tool instead

When educators were challenged to revamp their teaching practice and shift to remote learning as a result of COVID-19, one global education company sought to create an online community space to connect educators around the world. Participate Learning supports thousands of cultural exc …

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