Articles by tag: Online Learning Minute

The Role of Quantum Computing in Online Education

On this episode of the MarketScale Online Learning Minute, host Brian Runo dives into how quantum computing, the next revolutionary leap forward in computing, could apply to online education. In particular, it can be used to epitomize the connectivism theory and provide personalized learning for each individual, as its not restricted by the capacity…

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Online Learning Minute: Elevating Your Graphic Design Skills with Behance

On this episode of MarketScale’s Online Learning Minute, host Brian Runo explores how even free courses, particularly in the area of graphic design, can deliver tremendous value. “[Graphic design] is one of the fields where there’s always something new to learn, and it’s also one of the fields where the majority of work can…

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Online Learning Minute: How Lenovo’s LanSchool Backs a Holistic Approach to Successful EdTech

On this episode of MarketScale’s Online Learning Minute, host Brian Runo was once again joined by Lenovo Director, Global Education Solutions Rich Henderson. This go-around, the duo dove into the big picture of providing education technology, how Lenovo, the No. 1 global technology provider for education devices, is setting itself apart in the space,…

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Online Learning Minute: Exploring the Current State of the Online and Remote Education Space

On this episode of the MarketScale Online Learning Minute, host Brian Runo was joined by the Remote Possibilities podcast’s Kevin Hogan, who will also begin a role as an education contributor at MarketScale. Hogan and Runo dove into Hogan’s two-decade career of exploring the intersection between business and technology, from the first days of…

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Online Learning Minute: How to Leverage Current Educational Content

On this episode of MarketScale’s Online Learning Minute with host Brian Runo, Runo highlights best practices for adapting and leveraging current content in a push toward online learning. Though building out robust and thorough courses with plenty of online-friendly and tailored content is ideal, these courses can integrate training materials, handouts, and more that…

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Online Learning Minute: How Universities Bungled Online Learning Amid COVID-19

On this episode of MarketScale’s Online Learning Minute with host Brian Runo, Runo takes a look at how, with the COVID-19 pandemic forcing universities across the country into a sudden remote and online learning strategy, many didn’t quite live up to expectations. Namely, Runo highlighted a shortcoming in planning and building robust online materials…

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Online Learning Minute: The Role of Microlearning

From Microsoft Word’s infamous “Clippy” to how-to tutorials, support articles and more, microlearning is everywhere. Essentially, microlearning is “the small, incremental, or ‘micro’ part of an online learning experience,” said host Brian Runo. On this episode of MarketScale’s Online Learning Minute, Runo highlighted the role of microlearning in building, deploying and utilizing online education….

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Empowering Through Connection: Vogel’s Pyramid Model Approach
July 19, 2024

Mission and Impact: Vogel Alcove, a nonprofit in Dallas, helps homeless children and families through various programs and services. Pyramid Model Framework: Vogel uses the Pyramid Model, an evidence-based framework for promoting young children’s social-emotional development with universal supports, targeted supports, and intensive interventions. Nurturing Relationships and Supportive Environments: Vogel focuses on building nurturing…

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MedPAC’s Miss on Reality of Home Health Financial Reality Results in Suggested Cut in 2025 Proposed Rule
July 19, 2024

The March 2024 MedPAC report recommending a 7% payment reduction for home health agencies in 2025 has sparked significant concern within the industry. Why is this recommendation being met with such resistance, and what does the financial reality of home health agencies look like in contrast to these federal suggestions? Are the MedPAC recommendations…

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Sixth Inning- What are the Stages Where Your Business Takes Place?
July 18, 2024

When you think of a baseball game, you might picture the crack of the bat or the roar of the crowd as a home run sails over the outfield fence. But for the Savannah Bananas, the game is just one part of the spectacle. Jesse Cole, the mastermind behind this innovative team, shares how…

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A Skilled Trades Career Provides a Future-Proof Path
July 18, 2024

In today’s rapidly changing job market, a skilled trades career offers a viable and attractive option, especially for the younger generations exploring alternatives to traditional college education. Recent trends indicate a significant shift in interest in these hands-on professions. On Straight Outta Crumpton, host Greg Crumpton engages in a lively conversation with Nicole Bass,…

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Building Online Learning Courses: University vs. Corporate
April 29, 2020

Brian Runo shares a quick comparison of the differences in creating online learning courses for universities versus corporations in this episode of MarketScale’s Online Learning Minute. There are a few main differences that make online learning much simpler to execute for corporations. First, university online learning courses can take months or even years to…

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Online Learning Minute: Game Based Learning
April 15, 2020

Video game popularity has soared in the last decade, as billions around the globe gravitate toward the captivating activity. But video games aren’t just for entertainment. They can also be educational. On today’s Online Learning Minute with host Brian Runo, we learn what game-based learning is and how it differs from gamification. The math-based…

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Coronavirus Concerns Spur A Move Toward Online Learning Solutions
March 16, 2020

On this special episode of MarketScale’s Online Learning Minute, host Brian Runo tackled the online learning implications of the recent global spread of COVID-19, or coronavirus. With many universities, companies and other bodies shutting their doors in an effort to aid containment of the potential pandemic, online learning could provide a critical pathway to…

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The Online Learning Minute: Bad Online Education Videos
March 2, 2020

Welcome back to the Online Learning Minute at Marketscale. Today we’re going to explore what makes a BAD online education video. Have you ever sat through someone reading a PowerPoint and only providing voice? I’m sure at one point or another, you have, and you only remember how boring that content was. You likely…

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What Makes A Bad Online Education Video?
February 3, 2020

Welcome back to the Online Learning Minute at Marketscale. Today we’re going to discuss what makes a BAD online education video. While we spoke about what makes a good online education video in previous episodes, recognizing what makes a bad online education video is just as important. There has been research done that shows…

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Backwards Design Expanded: The Online Learning Minute
January 29, 2020

I mentioned last episode that businesses have defined goals and deliverable that need to be addressed and backwards design can help in achieving those goals. Where backwards design fits in is in the order of how the courses are created. When a business says they want to increase profitability in the sales department, for…

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The Online Learning Minute: What is Backwards Design?
January 21, 2020

Welcome back to the Online Learning Minute with Brian Runo at Marketscale. Today we’re going to explore the Backwards Design. Personally, I use backwards design in the majority of my developments because I want to be absolutely sure that the learning objectives are assessed correctly and content is more oriented toward the big picture….

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The Online Learning Minute: What Makes a Good Online Learning Video?
January 9, 2020

Welcome back to the Online Learning Minute at Marketscale, I’m your host, Brian Runo, and today I’m going to talk about what makes an excellent online learning video. Some people think that recording a lecture and then putting it up online is a good way to present knowledge in online learning. But because we…

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The Online Learning Minute: The Fifth Step in the ‘ADDIE’ Process – Evaluation
January 7, 2020

Welcome back to the Online Learning Minute at Marketscale. Today we’re focusing on the final step in the ADDIE process, the Evaluation phase. Once the course has run, we can begin evaluating how the course has performed and provide feedback on how the course can be improved in future iterations. There are two parts…

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