Are you confused with terms relating to eLearning ? Expand your vocabulary by learning these 8 commonly used eLearning terms .
It is a systemic process of identifying learning gaps , and then designing and developing content to close those learning gaps .
It is an approach to education that combines two main learning methods :
- Online learning
- Traditional classroom-based learning (CBT)
Also called hybrid , mixed or integrative learning .
LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
It is a software platform that organizations use to create , organize , deploy , and measure the performance of online training courses and educational programs for both onsite and remote learners .
ELEARNING AUTHORING TOOL
It is a software package that features asset libraries and design tools that allow Instructional Designers to create online training materials that are engaging and interactive for learners .
Stands for Sharable Content Object Reference Model .
It refers to a popular set of technical standards for packaging eLearning software products , so they work correctly once uploaded to any LMS .
Stands for Subject Matter Expert .
This is the person who has extensive knowledge about the subject matter you are creating eLearning for .
The course blueprint that tracks each step a learner must take to complete the eLearning course from start to finish .
The concept of applying game-design mechanics and elements to eLearning courses . It can include gaming elements such as : rewards , challenges , points , levels , titles , a leaderboard , and positive feedback .