Tag: e-learning

Free webinar: How to optimize your blended education program

Free webinar: How to optimize your blended education program

Written by on 08/02/2019 in News and Events

We invite you to learn a simple and structured technique to align your education program to business and to transform it into a blended learning one efficiently. This free webinar takes place on Thursday, February 14th at  1pm CET (UTC+1) check your local time or 4pm CET (UTC+1) check your local time Click here to get enrolled. Webinar […]

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Why is it important to learn Italian?

Why is it important to learn Italian?

Written by on 06/12/2017 in Blog

A post shared by AulaItalia Madrid (@aulaitalia) on Sep 8, 2017 at 12:37am PDT Tired of a hard working day?. Try studying Italian with aulaitalia to relax yourself. The amount of people learning Italian is continuously growing, even in countries where there are not Italian emigrants, and this is due to several reasons: to enrich […]

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How E-Learning is Changing the Education Landscape in China

How E-Learning is Changing the Education Landscape in China

Written by on 28/04/2015 in Curated content

E-learning has been one of the biggest recent online trends. China is currently the market showing the biggest growth. Among all the questions related to open educational resources and e-learning, the most important one remains how technology will affect learning processes and the way students are trained. There are Already 100 Million E-learners in China […]

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Why Moodle

Why Moodle

Written by on 11/11/2014 in Blog

The Adhoc Language Online Campus is based on Moodle, which is probably the most widespread management system for online training (Learning Management System, LMS ) in the world. From a design point of view Moodle is relatively complex due to the large number of features that have been added over its 15 years of development. We make […]

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How MOOCs Are Being Used In Europe | Edudemic

How MOOCs Are Being Used In Europe | Edudemic

Written by on 20/10/2014 in Curated content

One of the wonderful things about MOOCs is that they don´t force students to be in a particular location in order to attend class. Especially if you´re looking for a course that will help you gain a specific skill, MOOCs allow students access to teachers and other experts they might not have otherwise. Realistically, whether […]

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Sincerely, do I speak English?

Sincerely, do I speak English?

Written by on 23/11/2012 in Blog with 0 Comments

This is the big question in job interviews. In my case, understanding, reading and even writing are relatively good, but when I face a native verbally feel at a disadvantage. And in many cases, that’s the difference between getting a job or career or closing a business.

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