In our course for LRNT526, our team (Ash Senini, Jonathan Carpenter, Kristin Beebe and I) has critically analyzed Video-Based Learning. We chose to examine a LinkedIn Learning course for our learning event.
We examined the applicability of this technology in terms of the 4 aspects:
For a brief overview of our research approach and findings, you can view our infographic
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