All-time collection of cartoons by Dr. Jose G. Lepervanche. Drawings from the Navy, jobs, family, scouts, church, universities, seminars, classes, travels, parties, etc. It includes Josetoons, Scoutoons, Woodtoons, Eventoons, Leptoons, Leptops and SeaScoutoons.
Coronavirus COVID-19 Lockdown created an immediate need for live online communications. Governments and offices send employees to work at home. Schools, colleges, and universities send staff, professors, and students to continue Spring term using online learning platforms. Our online education world experienced an immediate increase of virtual meetings, webinars, and live lecturers. Synchronous learning model was suddenly in the spotlight.
We have been in online education for more than 20 years. We have observed and implemented many Asynchronous learning model courses. Students learn at their own pace and time. It is the preferred model of working professionals who pursue higher degrees. We continue working in our online courses while we continue supporting our colleagues, parents, and students to complete this term.
Webinars have also increased using popular video conferencing systems. After doing several Webinars Marathons, workers, presenters, instructors, professors, students have develop “Video Conferences’ Fatigue. We have read several reports about it that motivated this drawing. When lockdown ends to a new normal level, remember to explore asynchronous learning courses.
The Force of Online Education is helping teachers, professors, parents, and students in times of Coronavirus. We all have to find innovative and collaborative methods to continue with the school year and Spring semester. Online learning has been been in main stream for more than 20 years. Technologies and educational models have been integrated to bring new knowledge to our students’ screens.
The challenge is to use online learning to enhance online professionals and employees. Next managers in global organizations should add new health and social distancing rules that will impact all workforce. May the Online Force be with you! Virus Wars saga continue. #VirusWars#OnlineEducationForce#OnlineLearning
We are updating #TECHKnowledge: Five knowledge trends using technology. Young digital leaders of tomorrow are already beyond the #hashtags exploring for #InstantKnowledge. The #InstantKnowledgeGeneration is already connected. Stay tune. #IknowGen
Drawing shows 2013 college student exploring new virtual worlds with tablets and smartphones. New generation of smartphones, apps, and faster connections are contributing to expand instant knowledge. What is next?
QR codes are being used in commercial and educational applications applications. Students can access courses information using a smartphone QR code reader. Our QR code gives the link to our Learning Edge website (www.learningedge.org). QR codes are being placed in syllabus, boards, discussion forums and business cards.
Coming back to school is a challenge for the adult learner, especially in online courses. Technology is moving too fast and students need to catch up and understand the new methods of learning. If you have any questions, please ask your children. Dr. Julie Giuliani, Dean of External Affairs, Technology Strategy and Innovation @ Open Campus – Florida State College at Jacksonville made this special request for her online students. Enjoy the journey.