100 elearning freebies

50 Top Sources Of Free eLearning Courses

  • Creating online courses:
A step by step guide at http://technologysource.org/article/creating_online_courses
Google Search Education at http://www.google.com/insidesearch/searcheducation/index.html
Helps students become better searchers
Teach Hub cool google tools for teachers at http://www.teachhub.com/cool-google-tools-teachers

eFront Learning

Free?! How does it work?

The subjects at Open2Study are 100% free – just register an account and enrol!
All of our subjects are available to everyone – whether you're curious about online study, looking to boost your professional skills, returning to study or just want to learn something new for fun. We want you to be able to sample a high-quality education, free of charge.
When you successfully complete your subject you'll get a Certificate of Achievement, which you can use to demonstrate your interest in learning about a certain area. Learn more about what you'll get.

Whether you are looking for a master’s degree program, computer science classes, a K-12 curriculum, or GED study program, this list gives you a look at 50 websites that promise education for free.
From databases that organize over 1,000,000 students throughout 16 universities, to a small library of documents for those interested in history, the opportunities for free online learning continue to expand as the Internet becomes a crucial component in education. This is data from America please note.
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Catapult eLearning makes it fast and easy for training organisations to deliver their training online. www.catapult-elearning.com
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Can create course, schedule live class, enrol in courses, view tutorials and create test.
Presentations on the tutorial you can be: Share; Embed: Flag and Add to Favourites Plus able to upload content and embed content
For teachers and trainers create , manage and deliver courses online. Use the WizIQ Virtual Classroom to deliver live classes to any number of students, online
For organizations to run a complete online learning program with WizIQ. Add multiple teachers, deliver classes on a personalized portal for your organization
Integrate WizIQ is extensible and integrates with your website, LMS, & content management system using APIs; or with a plugin for Moodle
The top 3 reasons to connect with WizIQ online:
  • Look no further for help with online teaching: No need to spend money on expensive guides and ebooks that fail to tell you all about online education. You can FREELY access a rich and diverse collection of white papers and case studies to make your classes a memorable experience for your learners.
  • E-learning trends served hot: We keep you updated with the latest from the elearning industry, technology and from WizIQ.
  • Rendezvous with the known and famous: Book your calendars in advance. Meet and interact with the who's who of the world of education with WizIQ Conversations via the Virtual Classroom.

  • Collaboration Blackboard for organisations to use to create courses and participate in courses www.coursesites.com
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Move Your Courses Online Free

Introducing The New CourseSites
  • Create up to 5 course websites, free.
  • Engage students in social learning.
  • Weave multimedia into class content.
  • Assess performance and manage grades.
  • Share Open Education Resources.
  • Teach open courses or MOOCs.

The LearnNowBC.ca web portal is a single point of entry to information about distributed (online) learning in British Columbia for students K-12, parents and educators.
This one-stop educational portal provides access to choices and free services for learners of all ages.
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  • Moodle Commons
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http://moodlecommons.org/course/view.php?id=14 Welcome to the 'Online Web2.0 course' for teachers!

Create a course website with assignments, calendar, syllabus, and discussion tools.

Lore is the simple way for instructors to manage their courses and engage their students. It combines robust tools like file management, communication, and calendaring with social networking features so students can communicate with each other.
Training Magazine Network is a platform for social learning and networking for the exchange of ideas and resources among global learning professionals and thought leaders.
Membership is free and members' privacy is protected. Soliciting is not allowed.
Powered by the VFTNetworks social learning platform.
All members receive a free VFTNetworks social learning system account.

  • FreeMoodle.org provides completely free Moodle hosting for completely free Moodle courses
Join the teachers community area
A learner can join the free Study Club
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An OpenCourseWare (OCW) is a free and open digital publication of high quality college and university‐level educational materials. These materials are organized as courses, and often include course planning materials and evaluation tools as well as thematic content.
OpenCourseWare are free and openly licensed, accessible to anyone, anytime via the internet.

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View in You tube
Ideas for using #G+eduhangout
Tips and Tricks
G+eduhangout Community


Video on the service...

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Example "Say No To Ageism" video in course called "Ageing and Ageism" many free courses for participants

Training videos
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E-Assessment: A personal experience of making it work (using Moodle)with Guest Presenter Tony Stone, Managing Director, ASC Training & Development and co-presenter Melanie Worrall from Klevar Group. I think you’ll all agree that although it was Tony’s first attempt at presenting a webinar, he did a great job of explaining the journey of trialling collaborative peer assessment with a group of pharmacy managers. Melanie’s good understanding of the Moodle Workshop module was very evident, and overall, it sounds like the outcomes of this e-assessment project were extremely successful. So useful to hear from those who are actually ‘doing it’. J

The session was recorded, so if you would like to catch up with it, review it again, or pass it on to colleagues, here is the link:
· Session recording: https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2013-07-29.1922.M.1F7C0DF5F99766534BC585EB3EB473.vcr&sid=voffice
Don’t forget that all recorded sessions (and any associated resources) are stored on the Past Webinars page within SA E-learning Support Services site.
Other Resources
Tony has kindly offered to share his Powerpoint, and Melanie has provided the List of Links she provided during the live session.