Instructional Digital Resources


What is eLearning?

eLearning can also mean electronic learning, in which the learner uses a computer to learn a task, skill, or process. It is also referred to as computer-based training, web-based training, and online learning.


Indiana Deparment of Education has dedicated a team of experts at the IDOE Office of eLearning to help you with your eLearning needs.

Join Google+ Online Communities of Practice  to gain and share ideas with fellow educators from around the State of Indiana.

Participate in the IDOE Social Media platforms to connect with others around the State of Indiana and share resources, instructional ideas, and more.

The IDOE provides many partnerships and opportunities for Collaboration with educators around the State of Indiana.  Be a part of improving instruction.

 

IDOE Professional Development Opportunities

#INeLearn Chat Blog

Learning from colleagues via Twitter provides some of the best professional development around. Connect with technology empowered educators in Indiana through #INeLearn. Conversation peaks Thursday nights when we host our #INeLearn Chat at 8:00 (ET). Learn more about the chat and its topics at the #INeLearn Chat Blog.

IDOE 21st Century Learning Lab

With new topics every month, The 21st Century Learning Lab hosts eLearning webinars. Digital tools, online resources, learn about all of it in a live forum or archived recording.
See the current topics and register for webinars here.
Search archived recordings here.

IDOE eLearning Book Club Blog

All educators in the state of Indiana are invited to join the conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to receive up to 12 PGPs. Visit the eLearning Book Club Blog to get more information and join in the conversation.

IDOE Five-Star Academy's Online Courses

Take advantage of an outstanding, free professional learning opportunity through Five-Star Academy’s online courses.  Through a partnership with the Indiana Department of Education, Five-Star Technology Solutions is offering FOUR FREE seats to each corporation in the state.