I know that this is very tricky area to address any way I will try my best to give  resources on this topic. Definitely color impacts your courses and your learners. Choosing the “correct” colors can decrease or increase the speed of learning and retention (An ability to recall or recognize). Colors can affect mood, have different meanings in various cultures, and bring immediate things to our minds.

Resource 01  The Psychological Effects of Color by Charlotte Kuchinsky.

Resource 02 eLearning & mLearning: Using Color in Learning by AJ George

Resource 03 Learning_Through_Color @  avillion.org/

Resource 04  Does Using Colored Paper Improve Learning or    Academic Performance? by Kendra Cherry (Psychology Guide)

To use colors for learning the teacher or the instructional designer should have some natural instinct about the colors.

Try to use colors more effectively for your teaching.


Content curation is a huge deal on the web today. As content on the web grows exponentially, our ability to make sense of it is inversely proportional.  In other words, we are fast sinking under the sheer amount of content pouring onto the web every day.

The social web hasn’t made life any easier on content production either – in fact its lowered the barrier to entry.  According to Facebook, 30 billion pieces of content (web links, news blogs etc) are shared each month on the social network, with no sign of slowing. Right now it seems that content curation, and curation platforms are going to be an area of growth on the web.

curated.by  Storify
Scoop.it Redux
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Directory of Learning & Performance tools  (Public Learning Sites)


This is an alphabetical list of nearly 200 websites which provide information and/or instruction about a wide range of subjects. The websites cover a wide range of informational and educational topics and include general reference resources, how-to guides, wikis, how-to videos, podcasts, courses, lessons, tutorials (including open courseware), e-books as well as other reference resources and places to ask questions both online and on your mobile.  The resources are suitable for learners of all ages: students as well as workplace learners and lifelong learners – as well as teachers, educators and trainers.

Let them touch the computer. That’s how the world changed for me, for all of us. If you give kids a little bit of trust and let them try out some stuff, they’re going to come up with fascinating things that will surprise you.

You know, it’s a digital world out there now.

How much time per week does the average child in this class / school / district get to use computers as part of his or her learning experience?

If you get an answer of more than 30 to 60 minutes per week (that’s only 6  to 12 minutes per day), you’ll be lucky. And, no, that’s not enough.

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  5. e-Learning for the Right Reasons
  6. Continued Strength in the Workplace
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