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Creating Passionate Learners 2005 = same in 2011

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

2005 or 2006, the name Kathy Sierra is probably new to you. started blogging in August 2005 and I did not have anyone "following" me at the time. So you can imagine how psyched I was when, after 4 months blogging, Kathy posted a comment on my post 2005 Review of eLearning. For those of you that were not into the blogosphere WAY back in.oh. My favorite moment in blogging.

See the light!!

The Learning Generalist

What happens when you bring together, the most indulgent film director and the two best actors in the industry? You get a masterpiece called BLACK !! BLACK represents Sanjay Leela Bhansali' s coming as one of India's finest directors, and Rani Mukherjee 's emergence as the numero uno actress in the film industry today. BLACK succeeds for SLB, where Khamoshi failed. Sumeet Moghe, 2009

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See the light!!

The Learning Generalist

What happens when you bring together, the most indulgent film director and the two best actors in the industry? You get a masterpiece called BLACK !! BLACK represents Sanjay Leela Bhansali' s coming as one of India's finest directors, and Rani Mukherjee 's emergence as the numero uno actress in the film industry today. BLACK succeeds for SLB, where Khamoshi failed. Sumeet Moghe, 2009

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I will remember Steve Jobs 2005 Commencement Address

Jane Hart

For me one of the most influential things he did was his commencement speech to Stanford University in 2005. I’ve forwarded the link to many people over the years, and I know it has impacted many others too. Steve Jobs died yesterday, 5 October, and the blogosphere is full of tributes today to him. For In fact it’s been viewed on YouTube over 6 million times. But if you haven’t seen it… Read the rest. Social learning

Evaluating Training - Capturing the Benefits Aspects of ROI

Kirkpatrick (2005) literally joke that it is impossible to put a dollar value on the benefits of. Evaluating Training – Capturing the Benefits Aspect of ROI. Training evaluation is necessary and, in many ways, critical to the success of a business. But because. short term priorities always seem to take precedence, it is typically something we plan to do better in. Reactions to a learning.

Is Attention Important in Learning?

The Learning Circuits

A recent CNET article noted that the typical office worker is interrupted every three minutes by an e-mail, IM, phone call, etc. If you are working on something creative, it takes about 8 minutes for our brains to get into that state. With all these distractions how is anyone able to get anything done? The result, says Carl Honore, journalist and author of "In Praise of Slowness," is a situation where the digital communications that were supposed to make working lives run more smoothly are actually preventing people from getting critical tasks accomplished. And you know what? The result?

Dear Blogmeister - June 15, 2005

The Learning Circuits

Hey everyone. One of our readers has a question for the community. have a question for you. I am looking for some examples of wikis and blogs used in classes (corporate, higher ed or even K-12 ) or in professional publications or newsletters or the like that are being used when learning, delivering training or developing training. Not blogs or wikis about learning or training, but ones that are being used as part of the process or learning or delivering/developing training. (I did not see any of these on Learning Circuits and why I am directing this question to you). Any/all would be great!

What will You Remember about 2005?

The Learning Circuits

thought that it would be most in the spirit of LCB to ask our readers to share what you feel 2005 was about in our world. What was significant about 2005 in the learning and elearning world. During December and January, many blogs and websites publish their reviews of the year that has passed. Some publish the "best of" and "worst of." Others catalog the biggest surprises or greatest disappointments. Was it the consolidation of the LMS industry? The emergence of Web2.0 technologies and their impact on learning? How about lessons learned about workplace preparedness from Katrina?

Breakthrough eLearning: Reflections on Learning 2005

Breakthrough eLearning

Breakthrough eLearning Reflections on how to break through some of the barriers that prevent the achievement of excellence in eLearning.The 5-E Framework: Establish Value / Effect Change / Engage Stakeholders & Learners / Experiment / Evaluate Results Tuesday, November 08, 2005 Reflections on Learning 2005 I attended the Learning 2005 conference last week, along with about 1,500 others in the training field. Here are some interesting quotes I picked up at Learning 2005 (sorry, cant remember who said everything.many are from participants of various concurrent sessions).

A good read

Moodle Journal

The report the assesses progress and provision of ICT and e-learning within further education (FE) and sixth form colleges since 1999 to 2005. I have been having read of the report from Becta "ICT and e-Learning in Further Education", click here. If you have yet to read this report, its really worth a look. Please feel free to get back with any comments

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Moodle Journal - Untitled Article

Moodle Journal

Published in April 2005, the report is based around survey results that have been returned from FE and HE institutes in the UK on the current and future developments in E-learning and support processes. The part I found of particular interest though was the analysis on the use and uptake of VLE’s, so if have yet to see the report Click Here for a worthwhile read.

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Meet the real Donald Clark

Clive on Learning

The latest release of the Epic Newsletter sees Donald report on Elliott Masie's Learning 2005 in Orlando and it makes a great read. For some years now the newsletter from the Epic Group, Europe's largest bespoke e-learning developer, has functioned like the personal blog of its CEO, Donald Clark. That's probably why the newsletter is widely circulated and keenly read.

New Brandon Hall Group report forecasts major shift in 2016 online learning trends

David has been in the human capital field since 2005 and joined Brandon. © 2016 Brandon Hall Group. Licensed for Distribution by Docebo. Research Summary 2016 Learning Technology Study: Summary of Top Findings The technology employed to deliver Learning and Development has grown increasingly varied and complex. Exploring new and. mobile delivery (41%). to increase. performance. experience.

Elliott Masie and the Emperor's New Slide Show

Clive on Learning

I was interested to read in Donald Clark's review of Learning 2005 that Elliott had decreed that there should be no PowerPoint at the show. I can certainly sympathise with Elliott's intentions here - after all, we have all had to sit through far too many mind-numbing slides full of endless bullet points. However, I wonder whether PowerPoint is really the guilty party here. so consistent."

Notes and tracking

Moodle Journal

Well I have completed the update of course training notes for the new 1.5 version of Moodle and finally go round, cannot imagine why it took so long though, to creating a custom scale that we can use for our Edexcel course grading schemes.

The new IT training, part 3: Where next?

Clive on Learning

A plea to IT user trainers in five thrilling instalments Hello again. You will remember that, back in part 1, I explained that IT user training is evolving through a number of phases. The priority in the first phase of IT user training was to help users to overcome their technophobia and to become comfortable with operating a personal computer. Phase 2 is passing. We'll compare thoughts next time

The trainer as storyteller

Clive on Learning

A couple of years ago I devoted a great deal of energy to the design of a new course. In blatant disregard of all the usual constraints of time and budget, I set out to design a programme that was both highly interactive and media rich, engaging as many of the senses as possible. Some time later, I met with a colleague who had been reviewing the course. No, you guessed it, it was the story.

The new IT training, part 2: Power users

Clive on Learning

A plea to IT user trainers in five thrilling instalments Welcome back. In part 1, I explained that IT user training is evolving through a number of phases and that this evolution affects more than just learners - it affects the expectations that learners have of IT trainers. The role of the IT trainer in this phase was to provide face-to-face support and to do plenty of hand-holding.

New research explores the common myths and realities around the 70:20:10 learning model

In-Focus. Report. February 2016 Authored by Charles Jennings, Laura Overton & Dr Genny Dixon. Supported by. www.towardsmaturity.org/in-focus/2016/702010. 70+20+10=100. The Evidence Behind. the Numbers In-Focus: 70+20+10=100. Towards Maturity CIC Ltd. 2016 Page | 2. About this research. . . . Data has been drawn from the 2015 Towards Maturity Benchmark™. www.towardsmaturity.org/2015benchmark).

Kicking up a skinker: why trainers need to be more pushy

Clive on Learning

You may never have thought of it this way, but most training is essentially a 'pull' experience. Before you start getting the wrong idea about where I'm leading, let me clarify: the training basically sits there, in the course catalogue, on the intranet or wherever, for employees to pull it down when they need it - like TV, radio, books, newspapers and magazines, websites and CD collections.

More time for teaching

Moodle Journal

The Assignment hand-in feature in Moodle really came into its own this week, when I used it as a mechanism for collecting assignments, not just because you get to know if work is handed in on-time or even at all for that matter, but because with the particular type of work ‘Software Development’, models are refined until you produce something that logically works OK.

The new IT training, part 1: How we got here

Clive on Learning

A plea to IT user trainers in five thrilling instalments Some forms of training never seem to change. If you teach sales, customer service or management skills, chances are that you would have covered much the same content in much the same way 25 years ago. You may be doing the same 25 years from now (although even soft skills trainers would have caught on to e-learning by then). Until then

What goes round: video and learning

Clive on Learning

With the recent announcement by Apple of the launch of the video iPOD , once again video is in the spotlight as a tool for learning. He wanted an Apple II computer to generate titles for his videos. bought the computer, but for some reason or other the titling never was possible. More than most of us have today. I was hooked, particularly when videodiscs players replaced the VCRs. word of warning.

And the big question is?

Moodle Journal

Moodle is certainly being used by staff and students now, I took a quick look at the logs beginning from the first teaching week and we have some 14000+ records, not bad considering we are still only running at 260 users in total. The thing for me now is to begin assessing the impact of content.

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Moodle Journal - Untitled Article

Moodle Journal

I had a check of the Moodle user accounts today and we now have 66 staff and 150 students registered; some students seem to have problems getting their email accounts correct, this could become an admin issue for us. The course status at the moment is 52 with 288 modules. have eight more staff for the Moodle Induction training tomorrow 22/09.

Two systems, one login

Moodle Journal

Ran an extra training session this morning, which went well and spent most of the afternoon creating courses for everyone that had attended. as long as they have a College network account first, bye the way, it worked

Where did that file go?

Moodle Journal

As a VLE user, you are becoming increasingly reliant on the availability of digital content, OK you save it in Moodle or maybe a content repository and thats OK right, well maybe not,did you kmow the census population data for 1951 got itself lost, along with a significant portions of the 1961 and 1971 census data!

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Growing demand for Moodle

Moodle Journal

Its looks as if I may need to revise one of the earlier posts where I expressed the view there would not be many more takers for Moodle training before September start, when today's calls to our admin office resulted in us having to arrange two training sessions for next week.

Staff training - student induction

Moodle Journal

Well we are almost at the start of the academic year 2005/6 and the coming week will be the last opportunity for all those staff who missed out on the Moodle training before the end of summer term to get along to a session, this will be a real test for both the training and the quality of the click-n-go notes.

Is this the first Moodle book?

Moodle Journal

Just looking around the net today I find what I believe is the first book on Moodle, from O'Reilly Publishing. The example chapter certainly looks encouraging. If you want to take a look at the webpage Click here

e-Learning, e-Books and reading

Moodle Journal

I can still remember the days when a software package came with a manual, convenient, easy to read and reference, needless to say I just cannot feel the same about the online help hyperlinked substitutes that we are made to use now. Anyway take a look by clicking here and then have a look at the book embedded into courseGenie with a couple of questions. Please feel free to post your comments

Content harvesting

Moodle Journal

As of November 23rd 2005, the OAIster harvester has some 6,073,500 records from 572 institutions. To complement our VLE at Bromley we have a Content Repository, DSpace. As content repositories increase in popularity, harvesting services such as OAIster (Open Archive Initiative) are becoming available. Using OAIster, you can carryout searches on metadata and associated resources. If you are running a repository, just register with Oaister and then each week or month, your content details will be updated in the systems catalogue. Please feel free to get back and let us know what you thin

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The writings of Lee Kraus: Merry Christmas

Learning and Technology

Home My Story Portfolio iPad Bookshelf Social Media December 24, 2005 Merry Christmas tags: life Just a real quick Merry Christmas to any who might come across my blog! The writings of Lee Kraus Welcome! I try to focus on creativity, innovation, collaboration, technology, and elearning. Posted by Lee Kraus at 3:51 PM 1 comments: 123123 said. hi all. just found a great site for warcraft gold and wow leveling. Are you all aware what wow power leveling is? It is where someone plays your character. You can also buy gold wow from Live4Game as well. Good luck to you all. Cheap FFXI Gil.

Notes from 2005

Learning and Working on the Web

This is a continuation of my notes from 2004 … I see that 2005 was the year I started digging deeper into PKM/Networked Learning. From the The Walrus magazine on an uninspiring 2005 McLuhan International Festival of the Future , until the very end: As the last few intellectual thrusts of “Probing McLuhan&# wound down, a figure rose from the crowd and said a few words. The voice was eerily reminiscent of the Master, as was the rhetoric. It was Eric McLuhan. “ The new media won’t fit into the classroom&# , he told the audience. “It already surrounds it.

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The writings of Lee Kraus: Office Wikipedia - Good idea or Bad?

Learning and Technology

Home My Story Portfolio iPad Bookshelf Social Media November 18, 2005 Office Wikipedia - Good idea or Bad? The writings of Lee Kraus Welcome! I try to focus on creativity, innovation, collaboration, technology, and elearning. tags: technology I was wondering if every organization should have an office-only wikipedia. Not just an open wiki to paste anything, but a wikipedia-style encyclopedia where anyone could go and manage terms, definitions, and other company-specific concepts. know our company has a lot of ideas and concepts that we either made-up or borrowed and changed slightly.

The writings of Lee Kraus: Yet Another Merger

Learning and Technology

Home My Story Portfolio iPad Bookshelf Social Media October 13, 2005 Yet Another Merger tags: LMS Yesterday, Blackboard and WebCT announced that they have agreed to merge. The writings of Lee Kraus Welcome! I try to focus on creativity, innovation, collaboration, technology, and elearning. What this merger will mean to higher education should be interesting. remember reading a blog not too long asking if Blackboard and WebCT would exist in five years? Well the answer is no, at least not in their current form. Update: Numbers Here. Lee Kraus, 2010. Template by Tina Chen.

The writings of Lee Kraus: Podcasting Services

Learning and Technology

Home My Story Portfolio iPad Bookshelf Social Media October 12, 2005 Podcasting Services tags: podcasting I got a question about available podcasting services through this blog and thought that I would link to this list here. The writings of Lee Kraus Welcome! I try to focus on creativity, innovation, collaboration, technology, and elearning. There are more and more services out there so there should be lots of options. Posted by Lee Kraus at 9:17 AM 1 comments: Anonymoussaid. Lee Kraus, 2010. Template by Tina Chen. Powered by Blogger

The writings of Lee Kraus: Learning Games

Learning and Technology

Home My Story Portfolio iPad Bookshelf Social Media October 13, 2005 Learning Games tags: games Tim ORielly posted about Using Half Life in Academia. The writings of Lee Kraus Welcome! I try to focus on creativity, innovation, collaboration, technology, and elearning. The Microsoft Research Group and VALVe has released the Half Life 2 SDK that will allow developers to add artificial intelligence that can be run on the Half Life game engine. Basically giving students a state-of-the-art game engine to create their own games, environments, or whatever they want. It seems so. absolutely.

The writings of Lee Kraus: What Games Taught Me?

Learning and Technology

Home My Story Portfolio iPad Bookshelf Social Media October 13, 2005 What Games Taught Me? The writings of Lee Kraus Welcome! I try to focus on creativity, innovation, collaboration, technology, and elearning. tags: games It seems that games are already having an influence on todays professionals. In the first Ruby on Rails podcast , David Heinemeier Hansson talks about how his experience as a GM (game master) provide him with the experience to work in a very distributed environment and support the open source software project Ruby on Rails. hi all. Good luck to you all. Cheap FFXI Gil.

The writings of Lee Kraus: Does Learning Get Better with Use?

Learning and Technology

Home My Story Portfolio iPad Bookshelf Social Media October 11, 2005 Does Learning Get Better with Use? The writings of Lee Kraus Welcome! I try to focus on creativity, innovation, collaboration, technology, and elearning. tags: elearning Bryan Menell at learning20 posts an interesting blog entry asking the question, Does learning, specifically, elearning get better the more people use it? What a great question to ask. How could we do this? An obvious answer that Bryan points out is allowing the learners to review the learning module. This is a pretty good first step. Any thoughts?

The writings of Lee Kraus: Training Investment

Learning and Technology

Home My Story Portfolio iPad Bookshelf Social Media April 26, 2005 Training Investment tags: elearning [link] Here is an interesting article on investing in training. 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

e-Learning Acupuncture: Is Open Source LCMS really the way to go?

eLearning Acupuncture

Tuesday, April 26, 2005 Is Open Source LCMS really the way to go? April 26, 2005 7:54 PM Pit said. May 5, 2005 3:01 AM Jason Rothstein said. I see your point, but it overlooks the great potential for open source LCMS systems to enable change through their disruptive nature. May 23, 2005 10:46 AM Thierry said. See Claroline and Moodle : [link] August 25, 2005 6:05 PM Anonymoussaid. skip to main | skip to sidebar e-Learning Acupuncture Erics ramblings, experiences and random thoughts about e-Learning, distance education and Educational Technology. Interesting.

Knowledge and Learning In The News - March 6, 2005

Big Dog, Little Dog

March 6, 2005. The Time Is Now. In a climate of globalization, mergers and the never-ending drive to accelerate product development, organizations need-more urgently than ever-to tap into resident knowledge. Anti-patterns, avoiding pitfalls. Anti-patterns alert you to traps, unforgiving situations, bad places and practices that just do not work! Planning for Neomillennial Learning Styles. Shifts in students' learning style will prompt a shift to active construction of knowledge through mediated immersion. Learning Object Approach to Personalized Web-based Instruction.

Moodle conference

Moodle Journal

Our Moodle conference went very well, and I am pleased to say that it was recorded on video and I shall be getting along to the College studio soon to edit the presentations and getting them online at this blog, so stay tuned for that. on Wednesday I went along to one of our College sites to deliver an intro to Moodle course for the staff there. Over the holiday period I am going to be updating my course notes for our new Moodle 1.5

Well thats phase 1 over anyway

Moodle Journal

It’s the end of winter term and phase 1 of the Moodle rollout here at Bromley College. have been banging on about these phases but basically phase 1 gets materials, links and simple feedback onto Moodle, which hopefully translates into timesavings for staff; the big one for now. But has it improved anything for students? Why, because used in this way we have a course management system, not a vle. Course notes on the web are just course notes from the print room and without repurposing for e-Learning this was no surprise, basically an exercise to confirm what I felt I already knew.

A new Toolbox

Moodle Journal

I recently came across the RSC e-Toolbox. The toolbox is a collection of hardware and software tools that are grouped under the headings of: Assessment, Content Creation, Communications, Learning Management Tools, Mobile Learning, Multi Media, Networking, Repurposing,Repository, Videoconferencing, VLE Application, Web, Whiteboards and looks like becoming a one-stop-shop for e-Learning and VlE developers, you can take a look from here or the icon in the sidebar

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