Top Five Predictions for 2022 – eLearning Edition

We’ve been in this business for a while, so here is what we predict will be the top trends for 2022 for online education and training.

Design for Non-Designers

You don’t need to be a designer to use design to your advantage: from the typeface and colors you select to the images that accompany your text, the design elements you choose are all part of communicating effectively with your audience. Understanding and executing a few design basics can enhance any document, online course, website, or any other project, and gives a greater chance of connecting with your audience beyond text alone.

Q&A: Northampton Community College

Northampton Community College is well known for their innovative programs, outstanding faculty and student achievements. With one of the largest scholarship programs in Pennsylvania, Northampton Community College serves as one of the most affordable premier educational institutions in the Pennsylvania region. 

Q&A: Madison Area Technical

Madison Area Technical College is known for their real-world, smart approach to learning – offering students innovative, high-tech career programs and college transfer opportunities. Since the College's humble trade school beginnings in 1912, Madison College has reflected the world around it. 

Q&A: EarthEcho International

For over 15 years, EarthEcho International has worked tirelessly to inspire and engage youth to protect and restore the planet. CourseArc had the opportunity to chat with Phillippe Cousteau, founder of EarthEcho, to see how EarthEcho has worked to inspire youth to work towards a more sustainable future. 

CourseArc Develops Tool that Enables Sharing of Course Content Across Counties and States

CourseArc has developed a feature that enables the sharing of course content across counties and states.

Q&A: Maryland Historical Society

A worldwide pandemic can easily put the stops on any organization, and it is no different for a premier educational institution such as the Maryland Historical Society. Despite the drastic changes operations have undergone as a result of COVID-19, the Maryland Historical Society continues to delight the minds and hearts of students and history buffs alike through their online content.

Maryland Historical Society Teams Up with CourseArc to Deliver Free Online Education

CourseArc and the Maryland Historical Society (MdHS) have teamed up to deliver free online education courses on the rich history and culture of Maryland through their Historical Investigations Portal. New lessons will be released on a bi-weekly basis. Resources are free!

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