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2012
Document 025765
Elearning Samples
By Moore, Cathy.
A wealth of links to interactive graphics, simulations, and other examples of e-Learning presentations can be found at this website. Content is organized into the areas of simpler interactions, more advanced interactions, simulations and branching scenarios, vendor demonstrations, artistic and political, and more miscellaneous collections. If you are experiencing a mental block on what e-Learning illustration to use, turn to this website for inspiration.... Read More
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2012
Document 025766
Elearning Examples
By Anderson, David.
You will find a wide range of eLearning examples at this website. Some of the samples organized under multimedia learning are: e-learning games and activities; Articulate e-learning examples; multimedia storytelling; audio slide shows; interactive museum; interactive video; interactive Web documentary; photo slide shows; quiz and activities; and video portraits. There are also examples for multimedia journalism, interactive graphics, HTML5 examples, infographics, and archived examples. You want ... Read More
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2012
Document 025763
eLearn Magazine
Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. (New York, NY).
“eLearn Magazine is where eLearning professionals turn to produce more innovative and effective online education and training. We strive to be the leading source of high-quality information on technology for corporate training and higher education.” Points of entry to this website’s resources include: best practices and tips; research and case studies; reviews; opinions; blog; and all content at once by date. There is a wealth of information just in the section for best practices. Definitely des... Read More
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2012
Document 025764
The Rapid E-Learning Page
By Kuhlmann, Tom.
This is another resource you need in your e-Learning toolkit. Blog posts keep you up-to-date on what’s new and exciting in the world of e-Learning. The author also provides collections of posts organized into the topics: rapid e-Learning 101; designing the right course; instructional design; building scenarios for e-Learning; managing e-Learning projects; PowerPoint for e-Learning; visual and graphic design; and audio and video tips.... Read More
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2012
Document 025767
EDUCAUSE E-Learning
EDUCAUSE (Boulder, CO).
A huge collection of links regarding E-Learning can be found at this website. Resources include overviews, publications, presentations, policies, podcasts, and blogs covering the field of E-Learning. You can lose yourself for days looking over all the resources presented (1015 as of 2-21-12). While this website caters to teachers in higher education, its resources can be tailored to fit most any situation the material is needed for.... Read More
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2012
Document 025768
FGDLA Presentations
Federal Government Distance Learning Association (FGDLA).
Access to Flash or PowerPoint presentation from FGDLA conferences is available at this website. Presentations from the 2011 Interactive Technologies Conference are: “Learning Styles: Do They Really Matter?” by Jolly Holden; “Telepresence in the Federal Government” by Russ Colbert; and “Government Education & Training Network: A Success Story in Interagency Cooperation for Distance Learning” by Philip Westfall. Presentations from the 2010 Interactive Technologies Conference are: “Instructional ... Read More
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2011
Document 025751
Developing Online Training: Dispelling the Myths
By Geiman, Diane.
“The key to developing successful online courses that truly enable staff to learn and apply that learning on the job is understanding the course development and design processes” (p. 16). These three misunderstandings are corrected: the one-person myth—you really need a content specialist and an e-learning developer; the rapid e-learning myth; and the online course development myth.... Read More
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2 pages
2010
Document 025962
An Instructional Media Selection Guide for Distance Learning--Implications for Blended Learning Featuring an Introduction to Virtual Worlds
By Holden, Jolly T.; Westfall, Philip J.-L.. United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) (Boston, MA).
“In a pragmatic and well-written description of appropriate challenges and choices for Distance Learning sources, the authors have created a quality paper based on sound Distance Learning pedagogical theories proven over time and ever ready for the future. This USDLA publication is a must read for anyone interested in the field of Distance Learning as well as for any veteran of the industry” (p. 3). Chapters contained in this publication include: purpose and use of the Media Selection Guide; an ... Read More
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52 pages
2004
Document 019713
Training Programs for Juvenile Corrections Professionals, June 1, 2004 - May 31, 2005
National Institute of Corrections (Washington, DC); Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (Washington, DC).
Describes the training programs and technical assistance available from the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) Academy Division through an interagency partnership with the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP). Includes application instructions and forms. ... Read More
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2000
Document 016538
Training Services for Juvenile Corrections and Detention Practitioners
National Institute of Corrections (Washington, DC); U.S. Dept. of Justice. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (Washington, DC).
Training programs, videoconferences, distance learning, the Regionalization program, and technical assistance available from the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) Academy through an interagency agreement with the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) are described. In addition, general information, application procedures, and forms are provided. ... Read More
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21 p.
1999
Document 015894
Staff Supervision Training for Corrections Professionals [Distance Learning Training Program: Videoconference Held September 13-16, 1999]
By Young, Cheryl Brown, ed.. National Institute of Corrections Academy (Longmont, CO).
Becoming a first line supervisor involves many changes and challenges. This 28-hour course, originally delivered as a distance learning event, introduces ideas, insights, and perspectives that will immediately impact supervision effectiveness. Modules include: building blocks of supervision (what is a supervisor and supervisory competencies); personal competencies (vision and values and principled behavior); organizational context (mission and culture and working with stakeholders); supervisory ... Read More

3 video DVDs (532 min.) + 1 CD
1995
Document 012014
Distance Techniques for Staff Training [Memorandum]
By Conway, Eileen G.. National Institute of Corrections Information Center (Longmont, CO).
This memorandum briefly describes how several correctional agencies are using distance techniques for training staff. These techniques include the utilization of satellite teleconferences and PictureTel technology to provide training for trainers, general staff training, and managerial training.... Read More
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2 p.
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