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Alongside the eLearning Network's Campaign for Effective Elearning, I propose that we also need to be highlighting any learning interventions that really work.
And by "work", I don't mean ones that necessarily use state-of-the-art technologies and high quality graphics. They might look good to the people paying the bills, but are they really what is needed to solve the problem?
I mean the interventions that are being produced on a daily basis by learning professionals (and those who aren't professionals - where they are allowed!)
To be included in the list, they need to:
- Reach maximum audience for minimum cost
- Be tested on a realistic sample of real learners
- Have made a demonstrable positive difference to the behaviours or skills of those learners
Thanks to Barry Sampson for stimulating this train of thought.