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Different platforms for online courses

On our Delta and other online courses, we use a combination of different online platforms. Which one(s) do you use?

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How we combine online spaces for our courses

Every online course needs to fulfill certain functions in order to work well for all concerned

  1. inform
  2. communicate
  3. provide resources
  4. support trainees
  5. allow trainees to socialise
  6. encourage sharing

Clearly, there are overlaps in the functions I have outlined above and all course providers are constantly on the lookout for the perfect platform that does everything, all in one space.

I haven’t found such a space yet – Moodle can do this perhaps on asynchronous courses but if the course is a synchronous one, it may be better to ‘shop’ elsewhere.

Click on the image below to watch a short presentation which we use to introduce our own trainees to their online spaces; in a lighthearted way, of course.

             https://www.emaze.com/@ATFICCW/delta-online

Adobe Connect Pro

As you will note, our top gear teaching tool is Adobe Connect Pro, a virtual learning classroom…

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