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e-Learning lexicon

September 5, 2012

Trying to explain e-Learning terminology to your clients and colleagues?  Here is a lexicon for my fellow participants in #fslt12, #change11, #cck12, #lrnchat, #socolearn, #slcwebinar and anyone else who would like to use it.  My design principles included:

– alphabetical listing with cross-referencing between terms (wiki style)

– created for public use and distribution

– using short, plain language definitions

– not promoting particular software or job-specific roles

e-Learning lexicon

Enjoy and please let me know if you have any additions or changes to recommend! 🙂

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From → Smarter worker

3 Comments
  1. Thanks for sharing this. It gives me some good ideas for PR classes: Defining PR is difficult for beginners as well as for professionals. Defining terms and explaining them in simple, plain language, cross-referencing like you did could make a difference. I will use your lexicon as an example. Thanks.

    • That’s great, Gudrun, thanks for sharing. Yes, making the time for simple, plain-language tools can be difficult in the rush to address a large amount of information. I hope the development of your lexicon goes well (PR being public relations?)…keep us posted! 🙂

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