Some trends in eLearning of 2020

DSCN0937 1In recent years there have been changes in the approach to learning concepts, in particular about self-learning. Thus we find out about Collaborative learning, Informal learning or self-training.

Collaborative learning is an e-learning approach where students are able to socially interact with other students, as well as instructors.

In essence, learners work together in order to expand their knowledge of a particular subject or skill. In e-learning environments, this is typically done through live chats, message boards, or instant messaging.

Informal learning refers to learning that occurs away from a structured, formal classroom environment. Informal learning comes in many forms, including viewing videos, self-study, reading articles, participating in forums and chat rooms, performance support, coaching sessions and games. Informal learning is considered a form of asynchronous learning. Informal learning is a style of learning in which the learner sets their own goals and objectives.

Self-training relies on the motivating potential and the capacity of the individuals to become an agent, author and actor in their own learning project

Other approaches refer to other new terms emerging in the learning activity: microlearning and ⇑ mobile learning are two learning modalities that continue to evolve.

Micro learning is an eLearning approach based on short informative sessions – which last in general from a few seconds to 15 minutes –on a given topic and with a specific purpose.

Note: A micro learning session can take different forms: a short demonstrative video, a multiple-choice quiz sent by text, a recall on a notion sent by email. This type of learning is built on repetition and participation.

Mobile learning, also known as m-learning, is a new way to access learning content using mobiles. Mobile learning supports, with the help of mobile devices, continuous access to the learning process. This can be done using devices like your phone, laptop or tablet. You can learn wherever and whenever you want! With the advent of mobile learning, educational systems are changing.

However you continue to develop on a personal level, keep in mind that a knowledgeable person is always a stronger person.

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Christmas wish

Christmas is really a time for families to unite. It is a time to share all the laughter and cheers. Without you, this family will not be called a family. You complete our lives. Merry Christmas . . . !!!

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Two funny videos for Christmas


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Is dropshipping a solution for small business?

Dropshipping is an order fulfillment method or an ecommerce business model that does not require a business to keep products in stock. Instead, the store sells the product, and passes on the sales order to a third-party supplier, who then ships the order to the customer.

it seems like easy money — you sell other people’s goods and take a cut for yourself — but when you factor in all the drawbacks, obstacles, and day-to-day management, it’s far from easy.

In addition, there is practically zero upfront cost to start a dropshipped online store because you don’t have to invest any money on inventory.

In fact, you can literally start dropshipping for under $5 with a free open source shopping cart.

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Good bots vs. Bad bots

A Web crawler, sometimes called a spider or spiderbot and often shortened to crawler, is an Internet bot that systematically browses the World Wide Web, typically for the purpose of Web indexing (as Wikipedia says)

Googlebot, YahooBot, and MSNbot and similar spiders, bots, and crawlers are the programs that harvest information for search engines.

For anyone tracking statistics on their website, Googlebot, MSNbot, and YahooBot can be welcomed guests. These three search engine bots gather (harvest) information about your page for their respective search engine. Seeing these spiders more often is also desirable because this means that you are being indexed more often and more likely to show up quickly in the search engine results page.

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Why Linux systems are less affected by computer viruses than Microsoft Windows systems?

Historically, a lot of the problems were due to poor decisions on the part of Microsoft.

For example—you open a Word document that someone emailed you—and it would go off and execute any script that was attached to it. So just opening an email would be enough to get you infected.

Most of those things have been fixed now—so life is better.

So these days it’s more down to the mentality of the malware authors.

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Theory of Change

The Paradoxical Theory of Change Arnold Beisser, M.D.

For nearly a half century, the major part of his professional life, Frederick Perls was in conflict with the psychiatric and psychological establishments. He worked uncompromisingly in his own direction, which often involved fights with representatives of more conventional views. In the past few years, however, Perls and his Gestalt therapy have come to find harmony with an increasingly large segment of mental health theory and professional practice. The change that has taken place is not because Perls has modified his position, although his work has undergone some transformation, but because the trends and concepts of the field have moved closer to him and his work. Perls's own conflict with the existing order contains the seeds of his change theory.

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