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It’s been bucketing down and buffeting around here for the past two days, but at least we’ve been spared the cyclone that caused so much damage further north in Queensland.
Yesterday I got SO bored that I spent a couple of hours completing three ‘compulsory’ e-learning modules required by my employer. I’ve been getting frequent email reminders that they need to be done, so I bit the bullet.
The content and delivery of these modules varied; but they involved a lot of reading (with simultaneous audio if required), cursor hovering for expanded information, external document links, video demonstration, interactive practice quizzes, and final assessment questions with certification on passing.
Obviously the Education Department outsourced this, because everything looked good and worked properly.
At least they’re trying to deliver some simple professional development online, and that’s long overdue. Even though I’ve already sat through real-time instruction (several times) in each of these areas over the years, apparently my memory and competence is not to be trusted, so I must continually be reminded about how to act and what to do.
The benefit of online ‘learning’ is that I now have the option to choose when I want to do it, as opposed to trying to stay awake and look interested as someone drones on at a staff meeting at the end of a long day. That’s a win in itself :p