The prestigious Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA) is going digital

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The famous Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA), through whose doors many French and foreign senior officials pass, is modernising its courses by integrating new digital solutions in its training curriculum.
According to Eric Befort, the head of the Department of Digital Uses and Information System, the school still has a long way to go in terms of technology. However, with this in mind, the management has decided to start modernising over the last two years.

4 concrete examples that ENA has put in pl

The science Motivating learners – How to design course that help learners stay engaged based on psychological principles of motivation

Sally Ann MOORE

Today, we have the pleasure to learn about Sally Moore's point of view on how to design course that help learners stay engaged based on psychological principles of motivation

Introduction and Background

Since eLearning was first introduced into working life in the mid 1990’s, learner engagement and course completion has always been an issue. Recently the French eLearning press has published several articles with thoughts and advice from leading players –talk of measures, rewards and evaluation, and inevitably talk of tools t

Wooclap News: Insert your questions in the presentation

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From now on, you can insert your questions directly between the slides of your presentation. Here are the steps to follow to do so:

1) Click on the 3 dots next to your presentation and click on "Configure"

2) Click on the green "+" icon where you want to insert a question (between two slides).

3) Select the question you want to insert

4) After saving your changes, simply click on "Start" next to your presentation. Your votes will now be automatically displayed on the participants' screens at the ri

5 Reasons to Use Voting Devices

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Why use a voting device?

Here are 5 reasons put forward by Vincent Laberge, a Research Officer at ETS and Eric Francoeur, a lecturer at ETS

  1. Fun and motivating, these devices make it possible to revitalize the course, especially in the context of teaching in large groups. They are known to keep distracted students' attention and to reduce absenteeism.

  2. The anonymity of the respondents in relation to their colleagues allows complete student participation, including those who are reluctant to express thems