#Courseware System #Learning Content #Text Format

Courseware System Text Format

The way in which you arrange and display the text in your courseware system is another critical element. The key here is unification. It’s important to remain consistent with writing […]

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#Courseware Development #Courseware System #Learning Content #Logo Design

Designing a Courseware System Logo, Pt. 2

When designing a logo for your courseware system, you’ll want to first understand the history, nature, definition and function of logos. Your logo is the image embodying your courseware system, […]

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#Cyberbullying #Learning Content #Online Anonymity

Cyberbullying and Humiliating Learning Content, Pt. 2

The ability to assume anonymity online is ideal for cyberbullies. In the real world, bullies humiliate their victims face to face. Online, cyberbullies can create temporary email accounts and chat […]

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Cyberbullying and Humiliating Learning Content, Pt. 1

The explosion of social networking websites and programs has had both positive and negative effects. Perhaps the most widely discussed catch-22 is their power to bring people together online while, […]

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Professor Rating Learning Content Cons

But do these pros outweigh the cons? It’s debatable. There are many arguments against professor evaluation website learning content. One major con is that professors’ privacy is invaded. Of course, […]

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Professor Rating Learning Content Pros

Websites like RateMyProfessors.com, which provide learning content about over a million professors, have many pros. One is obvious: students are able to access learning content about professors and their style […]

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#Invasion of Privacy #Learning Content #RateMyProfessor.com

RateMyProfessors.com Learning Content

Besides professor evaluation forms, students have online opportunities to rate their teachers’ style and success at delivering learning content. On RateMyProfessors.com, students can join a conversation or begin their own […]

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Learning Content Guidance

So how can higher education systems work to create better teaching of meaningful learning content? The system’s status quo is so entrenched, it’s going to take a variety of different […]

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Political Learning Content

Every election year, a large portion of the nation’s people remain uneducated about the issues and where politicians stand on those issues. Some people simply don’t care about politics. But […]

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#Learning Content #School Supplies #University of Montana

This Learning Content is Sponsored by El Diablo

Picture it: you’re a student on your first day of a history course. Printed on the syllabus is an advertisement for a local Mexican restaurant, El Diablo. An El Diablo […]

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#Advertising in Schools #Channel One #Learning Content #Teen News

Channel One Learning Content, Pt. 2

Come to find out, my alma mater was just one of 8,000 schools nationwide who signed a contract with Channel One, which in return for airing its commercial-ridden news program […]

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Channel One Learning Content, Pt. 1

When I was in high school, we didn’t have TVs in every classroom. I remember our history teacher wheeling a TV in from next door to show us films with […]

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#Advertising in Schools #Advertising Influences Children #BusRadio #Learning Content

Ad-Blanketed Learning Content

We’ve seen school buses festooned with colorful advertising. But what about inside the buses, and in actual schools? There is a host of ways in which children’s school environments and […]

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#Advertising in Schools #Advertising Influences Children #Learning Content #School Budgets

School Learning Content and Advertising

For many budget-crunched school districts, raising funds for everything from learning content materials to entire departments is increasingly difficult. Many consider using advertising on school buses and other locations throughout […]

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#Advertising Influences Children #Corporate Advertising Regulation #Learning Content #Media Consumption

Reducing Harmful Learning Content for Children

What can we do to offset the learning content children are being exposed to through TV advertising? The bombardment is truly overwhelming. Parents alone can’t tackle the problem. But they […]

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#Advertising Influences Children #Advertising Messages #Federal Trade Commission #Learning Content

Psychological Warfare in Children’s Learning Content

Is it possible for young viewers to simply tune out advertising learning content if they’re not interested? It’s difficult. The problem is that so much money is wrapped up in […]

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Advertising Learning Content for Children

These days, American children spend an average of 40 hours a week consuming media outside of school. Most of those hours are spent listening to the radio, watching television or […]

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#Advice Online #Learning Content #Website Advertisement #Website Design

Choosing Ads to Complement Website Learning Content

Many people create websites with the goal of earning money. One of the most obvious ways to fund your website is through advertising. But when implementing advertisements to your website, […]

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#Learning Content #Sparknotes.com #Speed-Reading Skills #Textual Interpretation

Virtues of Speed-Reading Learning Content

Is speed-reading an actual skill worth learning? Aren’t serious students supposed to pick through learning content with a fine-toothed comb? Speed-reading is a skill that if taught and practiced well, […]

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#engaging learning content #Learning Content #learning tools

Learning Content Filler

How does one recognize filler in reading material and separate it from the important learning content? Filler takes many forms–especially in historical learning content. There are author’s asides, which are […]

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