Across the United States of America, Canada, Brazil, Europe, China, India and beyond, the revised eLearning guidelines (eLg) have attracted interest far and wide following exposure at the 2014 World Forum.
Focused on Early Care and Education, the tenth World Forum was held in San Juan, Puerto Rico from 6 – 9 May. The World Forum was attended by over 840 early childhood leaders and practitioners from around the world, providing a considerable boost to the website which recorded an increase in traffic to the site - 59% of which came from new visitors.
Peaking in mid-May, visitors from 31 nations logged onto the website, with a steady stream returning throughout the month to learn more about the eLg and the expanded range of resources available to support online learning in the tertiary sector.
Raising awareness for the eLg at the international conference was successful in growing the number of visitors to the website from countries such as Australia, the Unites States of America and the United Kingdom, and also attracted visitors from 19 nations who had never before logged onto www.elg.ac.nz, including:
- South Korea
- Trinidad and Tobago
- South Africa