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Infographic: How Google has changed what it means to do research

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2001: First commercial launch of 3G (Third Generation) mobile phones. 2001: First Access Grid developed at the University of Manchester. 2004: Mozilla Firefox web browser released (the 2nd most popular current browser after Internet Explorer). 2004: Facebook launched. 2007: iPhone launched. Generation (74 plus): 72 %, All online adults (18 plus): 87 %. any site.

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Reith Lectures (A Learning Experience Beyond the Textbook)

ZaidLearn

2005: The Triumph of Technology 2004: Climate of Fear 2003: The Emerging Mind 2002: A Question of Trust 2001: The End of Age 2000: Respect for the Earth 1999: Runaway World BBC is certainly a benchmark when it comes to quality content ! Link to Reith Lectures Reith Lectures explores interesting things about life. Great stuff! OER/FREE

Reith Lectures (A Learning Experience Beyond the Textbook)

ZaidLearn

2005: The Triumph of Technology 2004: Climate of Fear 2003: The Emerging Mind 2002: A Question of Trust 2001: The End of Age 2000: Respect for the Earth 1999: Runaway World BBC is certainly a benchmark when it comes to quality content ! Link to Reith Lectures Reith Lectures explores interesting things about life. Great stuff!

The Real Truth about ROI – the Learning Performance Model

Learning Wire

Berings, Poell, & Simons, 2008; Eraut, 2007; Van der Heijden, Boon, Van der Klink & Meijs, 2009). L&D plays an essential role in increasing employees’ competences. Koys, 2001; Saks 2006; Tett & Meyer, 1993). 2001). Wilson and Frimpong (2004) found a strong correlation between employees’ job satisfaction and provided service quality to the customers.

Creating Educational Games for Online Courses!

ZaidLearn

(Originally posted in ELC on the 5th May, 2004) According to Dr. Dan Lim (Director of Instructional Technology Center, University of Minnesota), there are ?several The first Flash learning game was launched in July 2001. several notable web-based learning games initiatives like quia.com and thiagi.com are helping education and the training industry with some sustainable gaming delivery of online learning content. Quia.com has reached an impressive critical mass among educators and trainers that they are now charging subion for using their web-based gaming service.

Creating Educational Games for Online Courses!

ZaidLearn

(Originally posted in ELC on the 5th May, 2004) According to Dr. Dan Lim (Director of Instructional Technology Center, University of Minnesota), there are ?several The first Flash learning game was launched in July 2001. several notable web-based learning games initiatives like quia.com and thiagi.com are helping education and the training industry with some sustainable gaming delivery of online learning content. Quia.com has reached an impressive critical mass among educators and trainers that they are now charging subion for using their web-based gaming service.

Drinking from the Talent Acquisition Fire Hose

Learning on the Leading Edge

My interest in talent research was sparked in early 2002 when I wrote a paper for my Northwestern MS in Communication program where I predicted a future “resume tsunami” of the employees who still had jobs after the constant rounds of layoffs during the recession caused by the IT market crash and 9/11 in 2001. By 2004, my prediction was spot on with some organizations experiencing unsustainable voluntary turnover rates between 40-50%. Hi, my name is Robin and I’m trying to understand the complexity of Talent Acquisition. What have I learned? Guess what?

Meet 50 Northwestern alumni behind some of Chicago’s top startups

mLevel

James (Jamie) Crouthamel founded Performics in 1998 and lead the company as its president and CEO until it was sold to DoubleClick in 2004. She received her MBA from Kellogg in 2001, with a focus on Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Marketing and Strategy. She is a graduate of Kellogg, where she received her MBA in Marketing and Entrepreneurship in 2007. John Aiello: SAVO.

Infographic: How Google has changed what it means to do research

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2001: First commercial launch of 3G (Third Generation) mobile phones. 2001: First Access Grid developed at the University of Manchester. 2004: Mozilla Firefox web browser released (the 2nd most popular current browser after Internet Explorer). 2004: Facebook launched. 2007: iPhone launched. Generation (74 plus): 72 %, All online adults (18 plus): 87 %. any site.

Drinking from the Talent Acquisition Fire Hose

Learning on the Leading Edge

My interest in talent research was sparked in early 2002 when I wrote a paper for my Northwestern MS in Communication program where I predicted a future “resume tsunami” of the employees who still had jobs after the constant rounds of layoffs during the recession caused by the IT market crash and 9/11 in 2001. By 2004, my prediction was spot on with some organizations experiencing unsustainable voluntary turnover rates between 40-50%. Hi, my name is Robin and I’m trying to understand the complexity of Talent Acquisition. What have I learned? Guess what?

Changing Roles for Educators (CCK08: Paper 2)

Learnadoodledastic

McGee and Diaz (2007) note that: “ applications defined as ‘Web 2.0’ These applications have great potential to be used in way that is learner-centred, affordable and accessible for teaching and learning purposes. ” (McGee and Diaz 2007, p. 2007) ‘Wikis and Podcasts and Blogs! 42, no. 5 (September/October 2007): 28–41. What to do? Web 2.0 References [i] MCGEE, P. Oh, My!

Will at Work Learning: Personality Instruments and Workplace Performance

Will at Work Learning

Barrick, Mount, and Judge (2001) examined 15 different meta-analyses and concluded that personality and performance were linked. For example, Barrick, Mount, and Judge in 2001 looked at 15meta-analyses that investigated the relationship between the fivepersonality factors and job performance. 2001). Vol 89(5), Oct 2004, 901-910. Vol 43(5), Oct 2007, 971-990. Vol 81(2), Aug 2001, 322-331. Will at Work Learning Will Thalheimers research-based commentary on learning, performance, and the industry thereof. « Are Work-Learning Professionals Vilified?

eLearning Topics

Tony Karrer

Back in 2007, I pointed out various aspects of what I was seeing: strategy/strategic and performance are back as topics after dropping way down in 2006 surprisingly trainer is also back, you would think in the age of eLearning 2.0 But still, this gives a general indication and it's especially interesting when you compare it to 2007 : Corporate Blog (20) Personal Learning (23) eLearning Tools (323) Software Simulation (21) Qarbon (6) Second Life (135) PowerPoint (148) Google Scholar (9) Authorware (16) Ah the good old days of 2007. Just a thought. eLearning Technology.

What I Learned at #LT10UK

Nigel Paine

LMS = eLearning platform 2001 - 2003; Enterprise learning platform 2004 - 2007; Learning Portal 2008 -2010 (Josh Bersin). Learning Technologies. is over for another year. think I skipped a year so this is my first since 08. And I really enjoyed it for a number of reasons: Great and enthusiastic people willing to talk and share. Some very good sessions, some unexpected. Catching up with friends and colleagues. General professional way it was organised: felt firmly under control. But what did I learn? Secondly that the recession has generated a lot of innovation.

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30 years of personal computing

Clive on Learning

2001: M/S launches XBox. 2004: First affordable digital SLRs. 2007: Windows Vista. The latest edition of Personal Computer World (PCW) magazine includes an interesting review of the key events and changes that have occurred in the thirty years since its first publication. Here's a quick summary of what PCW has reported over this period (bear in mind that PCW is a UK magazine and its focus is heavily PC): 1978: Launch of Commodore Pet, with 9" monitor and 16K RAM. Launch of Apple II, with 16 colours, a cassette drive and a resolution of 280x160. All for $2500. launched.

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Multi-Generational Learning in the Workplace

Janet Clarey

2004). 2004). 2007). 2007). 2001). 2004). 2007). 2001). 2007). EDUCAUSE 2007 Conference Presentation. 2007). EDUCAUSE 2007 Conference Presentation. 2001). NCB University Press, Vol. 9 No. 5, October 2001. 2007). March 2007. 2007). HR Spring Forum, May 7, 2007 [link]. Here are the slides from an online session I did yesterday on Multi-Generational Learning in the Workplace.  Great questions, great crowd, no big tech issues. Bibliography (below). Don’t do this! 2005-2006.

The elements of online communications: a history

Onlignment

CBT Systems coins the term ‘e-learning’ 2001. As an addendum to my series of postings looking at online media elements, I thought you might be interested in this potted history of online media: 1987. Compuserve announce the GIF graphics format, with lossless compression, transparency and animation capability. Nowhere much to use it yet, however, as no World Wide Web. The Moving Pictures Experts Group (MPEG) is established. They develop the MPEG video compression formats used primarily on CDs / DVDs but also, to a limited extent, and much later, online. The first.

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Drinking from the Talent Acquisition Fire Hose

Learning on the Leading Edge

My interest in talent research was sparked in early 2002 when I wrote a paper for my Northwestern MS in Communication program where I predicted a future “resume tsunami” of the employees who still had jobs after the constant rounds of layoffs during the recession caused by the IT market crash and 9/11 in 2001. By 2004, my prediction was spot on with some organizations experiencing unsustainable voluntary turnover rates between 40-50%. Hi, my name is Robin and I’m trying to understand the complexity of Talent Acquisition. What have I learned? Guess what?

Drinking from the Talent Acquisition Fire Hose

Learning on the Leading Edge

My interest in talent research was sparked in early 2002 when I wrote a paper for my Northwestern MS in Communication program where I predicted a future “resume tsunami” of the employees who still had jobs after the constant rounds of layoffs during the recession caused by the IT market crash and 9/11 in 2001. By 2004, my prediction was spot on with some organizations experiencing unsustainable voluntary turnover rates between 40-50%. Hi, my name is Robin and I’m trying to understand the complexity of Talent Acquisition. What have I learned? Guess what?

Drinking from the Talent Acquisition Fire Hose

Learning on the Leading Edge

My interest in talent research was sparked in early 2002 when I wrote a paper for my Northwestern MS in Communication program where I predicted a future “resume tsunami” of the employees who still had jobs after the constant rounds of layoffs during the recession caused by the IT market crash and 9/11 in 2001. By 2004, my prediction was spot on with some organizations experiencing unsustainable voluntary turnover rates between 40-50%. Hi, my name is Robin and I’m trying to understand the complexity of Talent Acquisition. What have I learned? Guess what?

Drinking from the Talent Acquisition Fire Hose

Learning on the Leading Edge

My interest in talent research was sparked in early 2002 when I wrote a paper for my Northwestern MS in Communication program where I predicted a future “resume tsunami” of the employees who still had jobs after the constant rounds of layoffs during the recession caused by the IT market crash and 9/11 in 2001. By 2004, my prediction was spot on with some organizations experiencing unsustainable voluntary turnover rates between 40-50%. Hi, my name is Robin and I’m trying to understand the complexity of Talent Acquisition. What have I learned? Guess what?

Interview on lms-selection.com

eFront

The initial development of eFront started at late 2001. At the beginning of 2004 the development of our SCORM module began. At mid 2007 we decided that it was time to open eFronts source and let other people contribute to the system - this strategic shift helped us improve the quality of the product and make it known to the learning community. wibiya widget Simple template.