Elizabeth Asbury | Co-Founder and eLearning Developer
Pipi Learning

Elizabeth Asbury, Co-Founder and eLearning Developer, Pipi Learning

Elizabeth has been championing elearning for so long that the vacant stares and looks of pity from ‘traditional’ educators have become a distant memory. Thanks to the early adopters and revolutionary thinkers who understood that online learning was about equity and accessibility, no longer is mentioning eLearning akin to screaming into the void.  Her Ph.D in Psychology, post-doc research, and years of working in tertiary and vocational education certainly helped prepare Elizabeth for the fight to bring the amazing opportunities online learning can offer to the widest possible audience.


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Culturally representative and designed for neurodiversity: the benefits of eLearning in vocational education

  • Vocational education attracts many learners with complex needs, often juggling family, employment, and a poor experience of secondary education. 
  • Time-poor learners require more flexible, accessible learning in order to succeed.
  • Authentic content created through a regional cultural lens can increase engagement.
  • Culturally safe eLearning can support the adage: 'If you can see me, you can be me'.
  • eLearning designed to meet the needs of neurodiverse learners is of benefit to ALL learners.  
last published: 08/Jun/23 03:25 GMT

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