Friday, August 31, 2012

Review - E-Learning 101: It's not as tough as it looks by Liz Hardy

E-learning 101: It's not as tough as it looksE-learning 101: It's not as tough as it looks by Liz Hardy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
ebook, 50 pages
Published April 2nd 2012 by Liz Hardy
Source: Author for an honest review

'E-learning 101 is an e-book that will cheer you on, while it shows you the ropes.
It’s just like having your own personal e-learning coach.

This e-learning resource can do three things for you.

1. Save you time – by quickly explaining how everything works (it’s much faster than guessing on your own).

2. Stop you worrying – by replacing your fears with action and progress.

3. Make you more confident – by giving you step-by-step strategies for dealing with the tricky parts.

E-learning 101 can help you if you’re:

• Somewhere between slightly nervous, and frankly terrified
• Frustrated with having to guess about what to do next
• Too busy to wade through enormous books about online learning
• Keen to make progress on your course right now.

In 6 short lessons, you’ll find the solutions to your biggest e-learning questions.
And you’ll discover that e-learning’s really not as tough as it looks.'

My Thoughts:
E-learning 101 is a precise read that will take about an hour or so out of your life but will reward you with the inspiration and drive to tackle an e-learning course with great success.

As technology and the internet starts to take over more and more of our lives, online learning courses are becoming more common and are a great way to become educated in a huge number of areas.

This book is a great resource for anyone new to online learning and 'self-paced' learning courses. It gives you small tasks in each chapter to get you focused and in control of your studies and also makes you think about reasons you procrastinate and waste time so that you can take charge and never miss a deadline.

There are also some great suggestions on building on online support network so you don't feel so isolated by not being in a physical class surrounded by other students.

I think this guide would be helpful to anyone participating in distance education, be it via an online learning format or even just by correspondence in another format as the majority of the pointers are useful to any student.

It is also full of gorgeous pictures of dogs in relevant poses which always gets a great 'thumbs up' from me!

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Purchase Details: Amazon

1 comment:

  1. Online Course yes agree with the blog information there no need to worry about this this happen in first time then after some time they good


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