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Why SCORM 2004 failed & what that means for Tin Can

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“SCORM 2004 is dying (if not already dead!).” For the careful observer there are many signs to support this view, and here are a few of them: Sign #1: 75% of packages are still on SCORM 1.2, 10 years after the initial release of SCORM 2004 [1] [2]. Sign #2: There is no certification process for tools and packages for the latest SCORM 2004 4 th edition. Low adoption. frameset?

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Let’s get rid of the instructional designers!

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Carr-Chellman & Savoy (2004) provide a broad overview of user design. According to Carr-Chellman & Savoy (2004), traditional instructional design methodologies disenfranchise the user from the design process. Carr-Chellman & Savoy (2004) carefully distinguish user design from other methodologies of user-oriented design, namely user-centered design and emancipatory design.

Track and trace Learners results. What do SCORM compliance, AICC, XAPI and CMI5 mean?

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and SCORM 2004. and SCORM 2004. The latest version is SCORM 2004 but both are still in use. The main difference between the two is that SCORM 2004 adds options for complex navigation and sequencing. If you need that, choose make sure both your authoring environment and your LMS are both SCORM 2004 compliant. Here is an overview that will help you out. SCORM 1.2

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Notes from 2004

Learning and Working on the Web

I was listening to an interview with Steven Johnson on CBC Spark and he suggested that it’s a good practice to take regular notes (like my blog) but also important to review them regularly. I’ve gone through my 2004 posts, which was my first year of full-time blogging on this site, and here is what still remains interesting. Note that in 2004, blogging was not mainstream yet. More thoughts & comments from 2004: Many companies are trying to find ways to motivate their knowledge workers. Informal Learning NetworkLearningalso wrote -.

14 Incredible Informal & Social Learning Quotes

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THE QUOTE: “ Informal learning is enhanced when humans participate in interactive experiences.” – Allen (2004; Birchfield et al. THE JOURNEY: We believe in the amazing power of informal and social learning, and are excited about the potential these learning approaches offer for ensuring effective workplace learning and performance support. 2014 will be the year of Informal Learning, with an increased adoption at the organizational level.” – Top 9 e-Learning Predictions for 2014. What other inspiring quotes on informal & social learning have you come across?

The most updated and informative e-Learning community on Twitter

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News from the e-learning frontier Pages Home About Community Free e-Learning Resources Contribute to the e-Learning Community 11/28/2010 The most updated and informative e-Learning community on Twitter On Twitter exists a resourceful community of e-Learning professionals. As a result, I have created the following list of the most updated and informative e-Learning community on Twitter. Hi Paulo, thank you for the information that you share! Very informative for the e-Learning community! Jeff Goldman e-Learning Designer and Developer. social learning - experimentação.

The writings of Lee Kraus

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The writings of Lee Kraus Welcome! I try to focus on creativity, innovation, collaboration, technology, and elearning. Lee Kraus, 2010. Template by Tina Chen. Powered by Blogger

The writings of Lee Kraus

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Home My Story Portfolio iPad Bookshelf Social Media October 12, 2004 tags: Training2004 Mid-day Tuesday. I am at the conference and reflecting on my entries. The morning session on the information revolution was great. THE INFORMATION REVOLUTION THAT WASNT AND THE ONE THAT WILL BE SPEAKER: David Weinberger, Author, Cluetrain Manifesto He had many excellent points that really required me to reflect on the state of information sharing and human interaction. This blog would probably be better if I did more reflecting and less sharing of my notes. will try to adjust.

The Informal Learning Bubble: Will it Burst?

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Nevertheless, it is commonly quoted that 75% of what we learn is “informal.” ” (See  Marcia Connor’s  2004 article on Informal Learning to see the research on this.) Informal learning is…what happens the rest of the time.”. There is also informal, yet ”accidental” learning that comes from self-study, exploring, and internet surfing. playing).

The writings of Lee Kraus

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Home My Story Portfolio iPad Bookshelf Social Media October 11, 2004 tags: Training2004 Session 2 9:30am Workflow Learning Debut Jay presented some high-level concepts concerning his vision for workflow learning. 75 - 95 % searching for information. The writings of Lee Kraus Welcome! I try to focus on creativity, innovation, collaboration, technology, and elearning. Highlighting such issues as SPEED, COMPLEXITY, and FLEXIBILITY. He indicated that the role of the worker is complex. The next emphasis was on Networks. Jay showed a visual representation that could be anything.

The writings of Lee Kraus

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Home My Story Portfolio iPad Bookshelf Social Media October 12, 2004 tags: Training2004 Session 3, Nancy Lewis IBM 11:15am This was a great session. million searches per month thats 45 man years a month searching for information. The writings of Lee Kraus Welcome! I try to focus on creativity, innovation, collaboration, technology, and elearning. Nancy was a very knowledgeable individual who was completely engaged in the creation a better process for her company and it came through in her presentation. New strategy in learning. On-Demand = leverages sophistication to do more.

The writings of Lee Kraus

Learning and Technology

Home My Story Portfolio iPad Bookshelf Social Media October 10, 2004 tags: Training2004 I have decided to try to blog my experience at Training Fall. Then he informed me that the area was off limites to me. We have Information Research Corporation , IRC Learning, SP Learning Platform, We need to keep it simple. The writings of Lee Kraus Welcome! I try to focus on creativity, innovation, collaboration, technology, and elearning. arrived in San Francisco last night about 7:30pm local time after a day long journey from Wheeler Fork (my home in West Virginia). coolioso!

Theories for the digital age: Connectivism

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Much of this learning is informal, (Commentators such as Cofer (2000), Cross (2006) and Dobbs (2000) place the proportion of informal learning at around 70%) and is also generally location independent. One highly visible theory is Connectivism (Siemens, 2004). 2006) Informal Learning: Rediscovering the natural pathways that inspire innovation and performance. Cofer, D.

October (2004) Issue: ELC Knowledge Sharing Newsletter

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(Originally posted in ELC on the 2nd November, 2004) Assalamu Alaikum wrt wbt & Greetings to ALL! The advancement of information technology is already transforming the education industry in a large scale worldwide. Antonacci URL: [link] This presentation examines teaching and learning from an information-processing perspective, using the events of instruction developed by Robert Gagne. Informing Learner of the Objective - Expectancy. Give informative feedback. Welcome to the October issue of ELC Knowledge Sharing newsletter. experience). Regenstein and Ruth M.

October (2004) Issue: ELC Knowledge Sharing Newsletter

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(Originally posted in ELC on the 2nd November, 2004) Assalamu Alaikum wrt wbt & Greetings to ALL! The advancement of information technology is already transforming the education industry in a large scale worldwide. Antonacci URL: [link] This presentation examines teaching and learning from an information-processing perspective, using the events of instruction developed by Robert Gagne. Informing Learner of the Objective - Expectancy. Give informative feedback. Welcome to the October issue of ELC Knowledge Sharing newsletter. experience). Regenstein and Ruth M.

December (2004) Issue: ELC Knowledge Sharing Newsletter

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In this Issue: UNITAR Breeze Showcase Samples Ericsson Mobile Application Awards 2004 Winners Guidelines for Establishing Interactivity in Online Courses Phoenix University Simulation showcase samples Virtual Trader (UK's free Stockmarket simulation game) Instant Messaging ? Best Information Application" - Wayfinder Systems AB from Sweden with Wayfinder EuroNavigator that turns the mobile or smartphone into a GPS-based voice guided fully-fledged navigation system. Do not overload student with information at one time. Collaborative Tool or Educator?s nightmare! category.

December (2004) Issue: ELC Knowledge Sharing Newsletter

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In this Issue: UNITAR Breeze Showcase Samples Ericsson Mobile Application Awards 2004 Winners Guidelines for Establishing Interactivity in Online Courses Phoenix University Simulation showcase samples Virtual Trader (UK's free Stockmarket simulation game) Instant Messaging ? Best Information Application" - Wayfinder Systems AB from Sweden with Wayfinder EuroNavigator that turns the mobile or smartphone into a GPS-based voice guided fully-fledged navigation system. Do not overload student with information at one time. Collaborative Tool or Educator?s nightmare! category.

Horizontal Leadership: Bridging the Information Gap

Big Dog, Little Dog

Ernest "Rock" Marcone, a battalion commander with the 69th Armor of the Third Infantry Division, was starved for information about Iraqi troop movements and as he said in the Technology Review article, "I would argue that I was the intelligence-gathering device for my higher headquarters During Objective Peach , Lt.

Knowledge Management Verses Information Management

Big Dog, Little Dog

Denham Grey on knowledge and information. Much of what purports to be knowledge management is in reality information management. Just the other day I heard a rep selling scanners as a core KM technology, "essential for knowledge sharing," without which the organization was doomed to be bypassed by every other firm going down the knowledge track

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How Much Information Do You Need Anyway?

Big Dog, Little Dog

If You Build It, Will They Come? At Microsoft's CEO Summit in May, the software giant's own CEO, Steve Ballmer, spoke passionately about the importance of having "digital dashboards": real-time desktop displays of key performance indicators (KPIs) that show critical business ratios such as profit per sales employee per week, customer satisfaction in dispute resolution and the status of outstanding issues with major suppliers. In other words, indicators that CEOs deem critical to running the business. For example, Ballmer's KPIs now focus as much on internal "talent tracking" as sales.

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Learning Circuits 's E-Learning Trends 2004. Lots of interesting information about how companies are using e-learning and the issues they're facing Now on Learning Circuits : results and analysis from two e-learning surveys, the Annual Trends Survey and the E-Learning Readiness Survey.

International Conference of eLearning for Knowledge-Based Society (2004)

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International Conference on eLearning for Knowledge-Based Society Thailand's EXPO 2004 and e-learning conference opened with fireworks and entertainment, which included an official Inauguration speech by Thailand's Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. real problems) and applied information (e.g. million in 2004. Thwarted Innovation:, by Zemsky and Massey, 2004) Significant benefit from application of IT could only be achieved through the introduction of new business processes and not through evolutionary change to existing processes. Chiang Mai University, Thailand.

International Conference of eLearning for Knowledge-Based Society (2004)

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International Conference on eLearning for Knowledge-Based Society Thailand's EXPO 2004 and e-learning conference opened with fireworks and entertainment, which included an official Inauguration speech by Thailand's Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. real problems) and applied information (e.g. million in 2004. Thwarted Innovation:, by Zemsky and Massey, 2004) Significant benefit from application of IT could only be achieved through the introduction of new business processes and not through evolutionary change to existing processes. Chiang Mai University, Thailand.

e-Learning: In Search of a Better Definition

Big Dog, Little Dog

The utilities and capabilities for supporting informal learning, mentoring, communities of practice and other "non-training" interventions. Now the training or teaching may be self-taught, accidental, informal, or purposeful, however, there is a means and the consequence is learning. For more information on analysis, see Needs Analysis. Comments welcomed

T+D - Untitled Article

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Sorry for the late notice, but I just received this information. Josh Bersin of Bersin & Associates, an e-learning consulting firm, will present highlights from the company's report "Learning Management Systems 2004: Facts, Practical Analysis, and Trends" TOMORROW (July 15) from 2:00 p.m. Free LMS Webinar tomorrow. This Webinar could be helpful for anyone considering implementing a learning management system. to 3:00 p.m., Sign up for the free Webinar here. You can submit questions in advance by emailing info@bersin.com

'Knowledge discovery' could speed creation of new products

Big Dog, Little Dog

You contain information. In the recent science-fiction thriller "Minority Report," Tom Cruise plays Detective John Anderton who solves future crimes by being immersed in a "data cave," where he rapidly accesses all the relevant information about the identity, location and associates of the potential victim. John Anderton: "I need your help. need to know how to get at it.".

The Growth of eLearning

Big Dog, Little Dog

In a recent blog, I wrote how elearning has the two aspects of means & consequence that uses innovative technologies and learning models (the means) to transform the way individuals and organizations acquire new skills and knowledge and access information (the consequence). That is, if bandwidth is free, you get a completely different computer architecture and information economy.

The iPod and What We Can Adapt in e-Learning

Vignettes Learning

Apple's CEO Steve Jobs preaches that the iPod is revolutionalizing the way people listen to music and audio books (Newsweek, July 26, 2004). The iPods will be pre-loaded with related content as information on orientation and the academic calendar. It has the ability to access information quickly, enabling the user to: build their own play list shuffle files search files index files bookmark favorites 2. Topics this issue: 1. The iPod and what we can adapt in e-Learning 2. Featured slideshow: "Interactivity" 3. Using the best media mix for your e-learning project 1. Hurry!

Anxiety good for memory recall, bad for complex problem solving

Big Dog, Little Dog

For more information, see arousal Students, keep this in mind before that next major exam: Pre-test jitters make it easier to recall memorized facts, but that stress also makes it tough to solve more complex problems. Students were also given a similar battery of tests a week after the exam, when things were less hectic. There are optimal levels of arousal for each task to be learned.

An Exuberant discovery for Lonely and Stressed-out eLearners

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Judy Willis writes in Psychology Today and " The Neuroscience of Joyful Education :" [W]hen we scrub joy and comfort from the classroom, we distance our students from effective information processing and long-term memory storage. Such learning comes not from quiet classrooms and directed lectures, but from classrooms with an atmosphere of exuberant discovery (Kohn, 2004). 1999).

T+D - Untitled Article

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Here are some ideas: --Set up an on-site learning center with information about learning opportunities within the organization and throughout the community. Inform employees about business-critical information so they understand their role in the organization's future. Employee Learning Day. Have you heard? ASTD has declared December 1st as Employee Learning Day to encourage leaders to renew their commitment to provide employee learning that supports organizational results. What can your company do on Employee Learning Day?

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The site reads, "The sophisticated Bloodhound Matching Algorithm™ matches prospective Mentors and Mentees based upon such factors as skills, personality, personal information, career background, and industry of focus. Online mentoring. As a rule, I don't blog about for-profit products or services, but the exception is when it's something, well, exceptional. In other words, something unique that I haven't seen out there before. Advance Mentoring fits that description. The Advance Mentoring Organization Client also provides training and resources for both Mentors and Mentees.". Intriguing.

Laura Overton – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

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Laura authored ‘Linking Learning to Business’ in January 2004 – one of the first industry benchmark studies at the time. How should we be using that to inform our strategy and make it meaningful? Knowing this about our own staff can really inform how we design services to support them. ABOUT LAURA OVERTON (MD, Towards Maturity). THE INTERVIEW: 1. Learnnovators: Hi Laura.

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T+D

Adkins's articles are available on the T+D Website in the June 2003, November 2003, and February 2004 issues and in Learning Circuits (search the LC archives with Adkins's last name to get a complete list). Go here for more information Conference musings. So our conference is over, and it was a great success. I'm not just saying that because I work for ASTD. As I wrote articles for the conference daily newspaper, worked in the bookstore, and just generally talked to people, I heard great feedback. guess that means the economy really is beginning to rebound.

T+D - Untitled Article

T+D

But my best-of-the-week this week will be the information I found most interesting from the conference sessions I did get a chance to attend. Use experts as informants, not approvers. Best you might've missed: TechLearn, pt. 1. Hi, all. I'm back from TechLearn and worn out. I was working hard in the ASTD bookstore, which is why I didn't get time to blog. Especially because I'm behind on my reading.). Next week I'll do a best-you-might've-missed on Wednesday with links from this past week and the first few days of next week. Whose job is on the line? Oclassen).

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Group as user: flaming and the design of social software." An informative post that can provide some ideas on designing and monitoring online discussion boards. Best you might've missed. Here are the articles and other Web resources that I found most interesting this week. E- or e-mergent learning. Prensky Weblog. Mark Prensky of Games2Train has a Weblog and writes about new articles he's posted to his Website. Check out "Interactive Pretending: An Overview of Simulation" and "The Seven Games of Highly Effective People.". Whitewater editing. Might help in e-learning development. Louis.

T+D - Untitled Article

T+D

Learning is 80 percent informal; IBM is trying to make training reflect that (Hoff). Best you might've missed: TechLearn, pt. 3. Here are notes from a couple of other sessions I attended. The Buck Stops Here (Chief Learning Officers Panel). Panelists: Ted Hoff, CLO of IBM; Jill Smart, CLO of Accenture; Steven Teal, VP of Learning Services, Mariott International; Bill Wiggenhorn, Vice Chairman of GEM Corporation; Daisy Ng, VP of Hewlett Packard. The measures of success are effectiveness and efficiency metrics, how revenue grows, whether leaders are developed. When do we use games?

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