e-Learning Overload

E-learning provides new opportunities to obtain a formal education. Online courses use new technologies to expand the possibilities to provide learning materials. Blogs, wikis, discussion boards, chat, and instant messaging are used combined with video, podcasts, audio, text, images, etc. The challenge is to avoid e-learning overload finding the proper balance. Other services and gadgets such as social networks, media players, PDAs, GPSs, and cell phones also invade our time and spaces. Finally, we have to remember that all these devices require valuable energy. What are you doing to manage your e-learning overload? Please share your tips.

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