[2009] My 2015 EduBlogs Award Nominations #eddies15
    thoroughly good event to get involved in, and be nominated for too. I’ve been lucky enough to have been nominated and a finalist for the 2009 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , and 2014 awards. Let’s Yes, it’s that time of year again … the Edublog Awards. The Edublog Awards started in 2004 in response to community concerns relating to how schools, districts and educational institutions were blocking access of learner and teacher blog sites for educational purposes.  The purpose of the Edublog awards is  promote and demonstrate the educational values of these social media. ”. Thank you.
    [2009] JAY CROSS – Pushing the Envelope to the End
    He brought us together in 2009. “It all boils down to learning, but not the sort of learning you experienced at school. No, this is learning as a life skill. You’re learning all the time, taking in new information and making sense of it. You learn from experience, from conversations with peers, and from the school of hard knocks. You’re in charge of it, not a teacher or institution.” David Kelly , amongst others, has done a wonderful job in gathering many of the remembrances of Jay that have been written over the past week. Jane has also done a great job curating Twitter condolences.
    [2009] 4 Online Tools to Help Your Small Business Thrive
    2009) Okta - Secure Identity Management & Single Sign-In. At OpenSesame, we believe in supporting fellow tech startups, and today we have compiled a list of four online tools from these businesses. The only two pieces of criteria for selection were that the companies and their tool had to: a) belong to Gen Z (founded after 2004) and b) be used by the OpenSesame team. It was written of our own volition and no one else’s!  . Okta is an application that allows you to have multiple websites signed in at the same time. One click and you’re ready to go!  . What tools did we miss?
    [2009] RIP Jay Cross
    Jay was always full of life and this is how I want to remember him: after our presentations at the L&SG event in London in 2009 […]. Jay was my hero, my colleague and a good friend. It was terrible to hear the news today that he died yesterday (6 November) at his home in California. Social learning
    [2009] eLearning Standards—What They Are and Why They Matter
    SCORM has since evolved to a newer version, known as SCORM 2004, and its most recent release is known as SCORM 2004 4th Edition, which was released in 2009. Just like humans need a common language to communicate with each other, eLearning courses and learning management systems (LMS) need a common language so that courses can send information back to the LMS from students taking those courses. To accomplish this, the industry has come up with several eLearning standards that allow courses created by any vendor to “talk” with an LMS created by any other vendor. SCORM.
    [2009] Why I #lrnchat
    lrnchat started in 2009 and this is what we are all about. Every Thursday at 5:30 PM PST, a bunch of folks get together on twitter and chat about all things learning in our weekly #lrnchat @lrnchat. There are several reasons why I #lrnchat. But if I had to sum it up in a single word, I'd say I #lrnchat to ENGAGE. engage with the topic of conversation. What do we chat about? Well, the themes from October include: - Learning and Rest - Creative Thinking - Learning from Animals - What an inspiring and insightful chat with special guest, Animal Behaviourist, Jason G. Goldman.
    [2009] Flash Is Dead! Long Live Flash for E-Learning!
    Indeed, I’ve been using Flash for my web e-learning projects since 2009. The.swf file, the exported Flash object that plays in the Flash player in your browser, has been my friend for a long time. That was Flash version 3.0. Since then, I’ve programmed and built using Flash 3,4, 5, MX, MX 2004, 8, CS, CS2, CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6, CC, CC 2014 and now CC 2015. No doubt, I love Flash. However, in 2010, an executive (from a company that shall remain nameless) beat up on my Flash. quickly came to the defense of Flash because of my long-standing relationship with the tool. So what?
    [2009] The Real Truth about ROI – the Learning Performance Model
    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. 2009) found a positive relationship between learning in organizations and job satisfaction. The most consistent challenge for L&D leaders throughout the past 20 years has been the need to prove the ROI of learning investments and thus prove their contribution to strategic business goals. This article aims to illustrate the real truth about ROI and share the developed Learning Performance Model (LPM).
    [2009] Leader vs. Boss: 4 Tips You Should Know
    In 2009, US companies spent $12 billion on leadership development , and it’s easy to see why. (This week’s blog post inspired by the elearning course “ So, You Want to Be the Boss… ”).  . In the same way athletes need motivation from inspirational coaches in the locker room before winning the championship, the most productive employees are the ones who believe not only in the institution they work for, but in their team, starting with the woman or man in charge. No, not their boss, but their leader. This post discusses the differences between the two. Think about the word “boss.” As C.S.
    [2009] SCORM Compliance and Tin Can Api
    The last major update was the 2004 4th Edition, released 6 years ago in 2009, but since the introduction of new training and elearning techniques and technology training has started to show less reliance on SCORM, and SCORM compliance isn’t the be all and end all it once was. Imagine owning lots of DVDs but not having a player capable of playing them. In the case of elearning, SCORM is like the DVD player, without which you wouldn’t be able to play your movies. It defines how content from the client side interacts with whichever learning management system is being used. Intro to SCORM.
    [2009] Horizontal vs vertical development?
    — [1] Nick Petrie, “Future Trends in Leadership Development,” Center for Leadership Development, White Paper, 2014,  p.14. [2] Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow Lahey, Immunity to Change ,  Boston: Harvard Business Press, 2009, p. 1. [3] Petrie, p. Companies train to develop their staff.  They want to produce more effective, better, employees; better for the company, better for the employees.  Company training aims at two types of development; horizontal development (the skills to do the job) and vertical development (how to function at increasing levels of authority).  Learning trend
    [2009] Transform your PowerPoint into a PowerCast using Camtasia!
    Cherrett, Wills, Price, Maynard, & Dror (2009), found that viewing a video and using the content to solve a problem can foster deep learning and promote student curiosity. 2009). Today’s guest blogger is Michael F. Ruffini, Ed.D.! Michael is a Professor of Educational Technology at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. He teaches both undergraduate and graduate educational technology courses in the Department of Teaching and Learning. For more information on his work, visit his website, The Teacher Cast Academy , or send him a note at mruffini(at)bloomu(dot)edu. neoK12.
    [2009] 7 Things About eLearning Your CEO/Executive Director Wants to Know
    According to the US Department of Education’s studies on online education published in 2009 and revised in 2010, “on average, students in online learning conditions performed modestly better than those receiving face-to-face instruction.”. You’ve decided that it’s time to move your courses online. Membership numbers seem stagnant and renewals are decreasing. As an Education Director, you see the writing on the wall, and have decided that eLearning is the answer your association’s needs. But wait…How will you explain eLearning to your Executive Director? An LCMS?
    [2009] Selfie number 10
    first met Joyce at the first Personal Learning Environment (PLE) conference in Barcelona in 2009 and we have been friends ever since. Recently, in the wake of the #blimage blogging challenge I've been thinking about the power of photos and images. Not only can they help us to think metaphorically, they can also emote memories. have quite a collection of selfies and other photos of me with people who have either inspired me or influenced my thinking in some way. usually run into them at conferences, and of course, a good way to create a memory is to get a picture taken with them.
    [2009] ELC 026: Looking Into The Future Of Instructional Technology
    Dr. Brown was Editor-in-Chief of the journal, TechTrends from 2009 to 2012. Are you curious about the future of instructional technology and learning? Abbie Brown, Ph.D., and Tim Green, Ph.D., make it a point to follow the trends and issues in our field—from the latest technologies to new research. Together, they produce the Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology and Learning Sciences Podcast. Abbie Brown […] Post from: The eLearning Coach ELC 026: Looking Into The Future Of Instructional Technology. Abbie Brown, Ph.D., and Tim Green, Ph.D., Podcasts
    [2009] Compelling content requires some media chemistry
    text and speech used together alongside any visual element makes for difficult viewing (the brain can only process one verbal element, so the learner has to choose which to concentrate on and try to ignore the other) video (say a presenter's webcam), alongside still images or animation, is equally distracting because the learner cannot watch both at the same time See Richard E Mayer's Multimedia Learning (Cambridge University Press, 2009) to see the research that backs all this up. Media chemists know less is usually more Media consumers, especially learners, want the easy life.
    [2009] Supporting emerging technologies
    Reflection: Learning Technologies 2009. Thanks to Grainne Conole for sharing this on Facebook this morning, and to Michelle Pacansky-Brock for sharing on LinkedIn too –  5 Ways to Support Faculty Who Teach with Emerging Technologies. It’s a great image (available from Mindwires, CC BY) depicting 5 types of innovators, or rather 5 approached of innovating in learning and education, from the (my understanding of the labels, anyway!): ‘Laggards’ Those who  follow on once a technology has proven itself. Late majority. Early majority. Early adopters. Innovators.
  • EFRONT  |  WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 2015
    [2009] Interviewing Potential Online Facilitators
    An effective instructor should be able to encourage self-directed learning habits and imbibe the value of life-long learning in their learners (Reushle & Mitchell, 2009). 2009). Hiring an online instructor or a facilitator is one of the most significant decisions you may make for your newly launched course. Be wary of face-to-face instructors eager to teach your online courses. Online teaching is not the same as face-to-face instruction. It It requires certain personality traits that help an individual succeed in the online medium. References. Conrad, R. & Donaldson, J.
    [2009] New Scientific Review of Learning Styles
    2009; Snider, 1992; Stahl, 1999; Tarver & Dawson, 1978), and each has drawn the conclusion that there is no viable evidence to support the theory. Just last month at the Debunker Club, we debunked the learning-styles approach to learning design based on our previous compilation of learning-styles debunking resources. Now, there's a new research review by Daniel Willingham, debunker extraordinaire, and colleagues. Willingham, D. T., Hughes, E. M., & Dobolyi, D. G. 2015). The scientific status of learning styles theories. Teaching of Psychology, 42 (3), 266-271. link].
  • TALENTLMS  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2015
    [2009] Why do Learners Drop Out of a Course?
    Recent work by Patterson and McFadden (2009) indicated that dropout rates in online courses may be six to seven times higher when compared to traditional courses. Despite the best laid plans, the loudest bells and whistles and the loftiest experts in your learning network, learners might enroll only to drop after the first two weeks. There is nothing more heartbreaking than to see the dropout rates of a seemingly perfect course rise above the horizon. In this article, we will uncover the “why” behind the drop-outs and the “how” to stall them to a complete stop. There is hope.
    [2009] eBook: Filling the Totara & Moodle Reporting Gap with Lambda Analytika
    Fast forward a few years to 2009, wherein a survey from Bersin & Associates found that 45% of LMS owners described LMS reporting as their number one challenge. When the learning management system spread from the education market to the corporate sector in the mid-2000s, tech-savvy business professionals were quick to criticize LMS reporting functionalities. Unfortunately, this percentage has only increased in the last six years. lms reporting Moodle Reporting Moodle Reports
    [2009] Cost-effective Learning Management for Law Enforcement & Community Services: Part 3
    Leal, J., E-Learning and Online Education: Implications for the Future of Law Enforcement Training , World Future Review 2009, last accessed May 28, 2015 from [link]. [Post by K.M. Lowe, Writer & Corporate Communicator]. Continued from previous post. Today, our changing world is providing new challenges for law enforcement. report called The State of E-Learning in Canadian Policing noted that “Technology-supported learning can be an enabler of high quality policing. Not surprisingly, there was one just a short distance away. References. Photo from Wikimedia Commons.
    [2009] Filling the LMS Reporting Gap with Lambda Analytika
    Fast forward a few years to 2009, wherein a survey from Bersin & Associates found that 45% of LMS owners described LMS reporting as their number one challenge. When the learning management system spread from the education market to the corporate sector in the mid-2000s, tech-savvy business professionals were quick to criticize LMS reporting functionalities. Unfortunately, this percentage has only increased in the last six years. lms reporting Moodle Reporting Moodle Reports
    [2009] technology, change, and us
    Working since 2009, forged in a global furnace of libertarian money, trade, avarice, criminality, espionage and law enforcement, Bitcoin and other crypto currency experiments provide increasing confidence that blockchains are robust in harsh environments and have a bright future.”. Every fortnight I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. call these Friday’s Finds. Innovation vs. (social) copying [without innovators to copy, none of us can learn socially]. Another attribute of the most successful strategies is that they are parasitic. Image: NPR.
    [2009] The Rise of Social Everything
    ” The Nielsen Global Online Consumer Survey from 2009  pointed out 90% of consumers surveyed trusted recommendations from people they know, and 70% trusted consumer opinions posted online even from people they didn’t know. Within a few years, the word “social” may seem as cliché as “synergy” feels now. Social connection will be like a dial tone, something we once expected to hear and now don’t bother listening for as we dial. What it represents is just there. Between now and then, though, we have some growing up to do. Social Business.
  • BRAVE NEW ORG  |  FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2015
    [2009] Did Zappos Just Ruin Their Culture Or Is It A Brilliant Org Redesign?
    billion in 2009) and its roughly 1,500 employees, headquartered in Las Vegas, produce in excess of $2 billion in revenues annually. When Tony Hsieh won the prestigious ACM Programming Contest in 1993, you just knew he was going to do something great with his life. Check out the  problem set  he and his two teammates had to solve, and you get an acute understanding of just how smart he is. Three years later, he founded LinkExchange — an online advertising network incorporating the use of banner ads — and promptly sold it to Microsoft in 1998 for $265 million. Not too shabby.
    [2009] Resources re: the flipped classroom
    First of all, a shout out to the originators of the flipped  classroom approach from back in 2009 (as I understand it and see it being practiced today): Jon Bergmann — website & Twitter Aaron Sams — website & Twitter Also see the following article from 2009: The Vod Couple | From The Journal by […]. 21st century active learning blended learning collaboration education technology elearning face-to-face faculty flipping -- inverted learning hybrid learning K-12 related learning ecosystem pedagogy student-related teachers teaching & learning
  • 360 TRAINING  |  MONDAY, MAY 11, 2015
    [2009] Interview: Lori Myers on Assessments
    Lori explains that prior to Pre-PAC, there were few credentialing opportunities in Family and Consumer Sciences, but since launching their first assessment in December of 2009, Pre-PAC now offers 11 different assessments and corresponding certifications. “We are currently working on a new one,” she tells us, revealing that the new assessment will focus on leadership. The 360training Authoring Program was delighted to have the recent opportunity to talk with Lori Myers about the ground-breaking assessment work of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS). Your Turn.
  • GOOD PRACTICE  |  MONDAY, MAY 11, 2015
    [2009] Optimism bias beats at the heart of UK L&D
    Available at: [link] (accessed 21 March 2015). [3] Jack Phillips and Patti Phillips, ‘Measuring What Matters: How CEOs View Learning Success’ (2009). We’re almost ready to share the latest edition of our popular UK Learning Trends Index with you. Over the past few weeks we’ve been knee-deep in Excel spreadsheets, conducting some serious number crunching! As we gear up to publish the full report later this month, here’s a sneak peak at one of the key findings from this year’s report. It’s all about optimism bias Optimism bias is a natural quirk of human behaviour.
    [2009] There Is Nothing Wrong With The Term ‘Company Culture’
    Saddled by an economic crisis in 2009 just short of the 1929 depression, he worked extremely hard to turn around the company and avert complete financial ruin. I nearly choked to death this morning, while chomping away on my cereal. The headline from  Harvard Business Review  read,  Why “Company Culture” Is a Misleading Term. While wiping off the milk from my iPad, I began to read on. “Organizational culture is assumed to be important to making sure that employees are happy and productivity is good. ” WHAT? ” Is there no “company culture” present in Japan?
    [2009] Montreal’s Three Wise Men
    Ever since meeting him in 2009, Jon and I have had far-ranging and multiple conversations about the ‘future of work’ … even when it seemed there was no future. And I was lucky enough to spend some time with each of them.). Karl Moore  is Professor of Strategy and Organization at McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management, having done so since 2000. His specialties center around the business world, specifically globalization, leadership, CEO leadership, and strategy. Not too shabby, dare I say. But that’s Karl. 800!). How lucky was I.
    [2009] Debunker Club Works to Dispel the Corrupted Cone of Learning
    Will Thalheimer’s post from 2009 debunking these claims is where I learned it was incorrect. A new group called The Debunker Club is working to dispel myths and misinformation in the learning field. From their website: The Debunker Club is an experiment in professional responsibility. Anyone who’s interested may join as long as they agree to the following: I would like to see less misinformation in the learning field. will invest some of my time in learning and seeking the truth, from sources like peer-reviewed scientific research or translations of that research. Molenda, M.,
    [2009] aLearning Trail Guide Now Available on Amazon
    Much has changed in the technology of elearning since the trail guide was originally published in 2009, but the step-by-step instructions for gathering what you need to develop, and then create, your association’s elearning strategy are still valid. Though I’d thought it was time to retire aLearning: A Trail Guide for Association eLearning , I continue to see sales and interest in the book — a great sign that online learning is alive and well and growing in the world of nonprofit and trade associations! And that help is easier to get than ever. How cool is that?
    [2009] People that inspire me: my 5 eLearning heroes
    Jay Cross in his famous ketchup bottle shirt- by Ignite Gnomedex 2009. Recently I was doing a presentation on eLearning trends. During that presentation I realized that there are just a handful of people driving fundamental change in eLearning. These are the people who really change our landscape and have a big influence on my working eLearning life. So I decided to share these 5 eLearning heroes with you, so you can plug-in to these sources of inspiration as well. ELearning Hero #1: Jay Cross. Jay is the guy that coined the term eLearning for the first time in 1998. But there is more.
    [2009] Three Guidelines for Effectively Integrating Games in the Classroom
    Wouter, 2013, Ke 2009, Hays,2005). Ke (2009) found that the learning outcomes achieved through computer games depend largely on how educationalists align learning (i.e., 2009). A number of meta-analysis studies have been conducted in the field of game-based learning attempting to create generalizable findings that can be used to select and create meaningful educational and instructional game experiences. Here are three guidelines culled from research on the subject. The vast frozen wilderness faces the player as she learns about heat flow formula. References: Hays, R. T.
  • KAPP NOTES  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 2015
    [2009] Three Abstracts: Does Your Instruction have Too Much “Certainty”?
    2009) Uncertainty and engagement with learning games. I was recently researching the element of “chance” as it is used in learning games and how chance relates to learning. It turns out having the element of chance in your learning game design is actually a good thing. Often instructors and designers try to reduce chance as much as possible in learning games so that everyone has a “fair” opportunity to win or achieve success. However, according to several research articles, that might not be the best course of action. Abstract One. Robinson, S. Pages 21-26. Game
    [2009] CBSE Open Text Based Assessments – Lip Service or Silver Bullet
    While this is a good “upward” aspiration, it is unlikely to be true on a significant scale as pointed out by the NCFTE 2009 report itself. The Open Text-based Assessment or OTBA was also notified on May 31, 2013 by the Central Board of Secondary Education. Applicable to select subjects in Class IX and XI, this was made a mandatory component of the Summative exams at the end of the year. Experts hired by CBSE have now made essays/case studies etc. It assumes and implies several things. It assumes that teachers will be able to execute if oriented and trained.
    [2009] Making Connections: Trends in Social Learning
    Building on the concept of communities of practice , Etienne Wenger (2009) has proposed a social theory of learning. 2009). The focus of this theory is “learning as social participation,” in which learners actively participate in the practices of social communities and construct personal identities in relation to these communities. As instructional designers, we’re aware of various theories about how and why people learn. And, of course, we’ve heard about social learning. And just as technology has advanced, learning theory has advanced. Here are some possibilities.
    [2009] Simplicity in Learning
    The Association for Talent Development, Learning Circuits Archives “Time-to-Develop-One-Hour-of-Training” 2009, K. There is beauty in simplicity. Simplicity speaks to us, captures our emotions, tells a story and in some cases propels us to act. L&D people, God love ‘em, are the embodiment of over-thinkers. The originators of the overly complex. “If one is good more must be better” . L&D is still looking for the formula to make their jobs easier, yet development more complex. ADDIE, SAM, Gagne, Blooms, Kemps. Simple is our nemesis. GAH. . years. ref 1). ref 3).
    [2009] That’s not my style: Learning preferences and instructional design
    When we take a look at the research, we find that the term  learning style has varying definitions (see, for example, Wang, Wang, Wang, & Huang, 2006; Franzoni & Assar, 2009; Kinshuk, Liu, & Graf, 2009; Wu & Alrabah, 2009). Several models have been offered to define and explain learners’ preferences for learning (Chang, Kao, Chu, and Chiu, 2009). 2009). 2009). 2009). In fact, students preparing to be teachers are often taught about “learning styles” in their courses. Overview of Learning Styles. OK, now what?
    [2009] my pkm story
    By 2009, I saw PKM as the missing component of most enterprise KM efforts. By late 2009, I described PKM as our part of the learning contract. It has been over 10 years that I have examined, practiced, and developed models for personal knowledge management/mastery. Here are some reflections on how my thoughts have evolved over that decade. PKM shifts responsibility. Companies should recognise that their employees are not “human resources”, but investors who bring their expertise into a company. Early Tools. Organizations are still enamoured with information technology.
    [2009] eLearning in the Workplace
    References Overton, Laura & Hills, Howard (2009). Workplace learning, professional development and eLearning are phrases with increasingly blurred meanings. Information technology systems are used to develop business infrastructure and conduct operational protocols like CRM, Finance and Human Resources. The same systems are extended to include learning management systems (LMS) that enable education and employee development. eLearning has become the cornerstone of education services to the mobile and the busy employee. Just-in-time training is the name of the game.
    [2009] 10 Songs to Get You Ready for Nashville and the LUC 2015
    Jack White relocated from Detroit to Nashville in 2009 and is often credited with influencing the idea that Nashville makes a great home base for non-country musicians too. I used to love making mix CDs and wanted to share some LUC 2015 inspired songs. Since everything is digital now, I made you a playlist to help you get ready for the 2015 Lectora® User Conference in Nashville, Tennessee this April 29 – 30. Crazy Town – Jason Aldean. This popular country song is an ode to the aspiring music star, playing for tips in honkytonks and just trying to make it “in this crazy town.”. Blog LUC
    [2009] our future of work
    Later, in 2009, five of us established an international think-tank, the Internet Time Alliance , where we continue to advance better ways for people to work and learn. Henry Demarist Lloyd wrote in March 1881, that “ When monopolies succeed, the people fail … “, in his piece denouncing the practices of Rockefeller’s Standard Oil. Capitalism does not have to be corporatism. There is little doubt today about the extent of corporate power and influence of monopolies, especially in their newest form: platform capitalism. This is far more than a social change.
    [2009] Communities of Inquiry
    2009). I want to preface this post with the following information: Before a few days ago I had never heard the term Community of Inquiry, which is exactly why I’ve chosen to write and learn about it. Now for the why because I wouldn’t just pull this one out of a hat and decide to delve deeper. I’m joining in (if even partially) to a cMOOC called Exploring Innovations in Networked Work and Learning which I found out about from Tanya Lau. Why Communities of Inquiry. From this point forward I’ll refer to it as CoI (or maybe I won’t, we’ll find out).
    [2009] Living in Learning – 2014 in Review
    The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report if you are interested in how the year unfolded. I’ve been grinding away since June 2009 with an average pace of a blog every month. Thanks to all you who stop by to read and the choose to follow Living in Learning. appreciate every […]. Continuous Learning
    [2009] The Definition of Social Business
    Back in 2009, Peter Kim  was the first to use the term ‘social business’ to describe new ways of collaborating that have changed the way we work and connect. Since then, the term social business has been thrown around a lot, but we couldn’t find a proper definition when our CEO was working on an article for the Austin Business Journal   on social business in Austin. So, we decided to define it as simply as we could: Social business is the integrated application of social technology across the enterprise – connecting people and the knowledge they need to get work done.
    [2009] Four Emerging Technologies that L&D Leaders Need to Consider
    “Modern” browsers have been around since 2009, but many huge corporations still mandate compatibility of web and eLearning applications with Internet Explorer 8, which is a dinosaur in technology years. I attended the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show two weeks ago with an eye to seeing what technologies have potential application within the L&D industry. came away with notes on five areas that I think will impact L&D in the future. Some are “near-term” ones that I think merit 2015 focus; others extend out a few years. Mobile in Cars… Really. BIG DATA.
    [2009] play the long game
    We have been experimenting at the InternetTimeAlliance since 2009, and I am now engaged with EthosVO , a new way of creating and exchanging value amongst peers. Platform capitalism is the ability of a common internet exchange medium to enable easy commercial transactions. Buyers of services get convenience, while sellers get a larger market. The spoils go to the owner of the platform, receiving a percentage of revenues. Most of these platforms are created when regulations and oligopolies make these transactions difficult by traditional means. Uber is disrupting taxi monopolies.
    [2009] Abstract of Study: Effect of Computer-Based Video Games on Children: An Experimental Study
    2009). Here are the results of an experimental study that compares the results of using a computer to teach (with no game activities) vs. using a computer game to teach. The results of the study indicate that a video game condition can lead to an increase of learning over just using a computer for instruction. Here is the abstract: This experimental study investigated whether computer-based video games facilitate children’s cognitive learning. One hundred and eight third-graders from a middle/high socio-economic standard school district in Taiwan participated in the study. Control Group.
  • ELEARNING 24-7  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 2015
    [2009] xAPI, LRS – The Interview
    When we were coming up with an approach for the Experience API back in summer of 2009, I talked quite a bit with Chris Messina who was an author of the ActivityStrea.ms Today’s post is quite unique since it takes a different path than previous posts. xAPI and LRS (Learning Record Stores) have been in the news and frankly everywhere within the e-learning industry in the past 1.5 years. The challenge was how to do it, since it contains an extensive amount of technical jargon, that cannot be easily removed. . This is where I had an epiphany.  . This is the interview.  . Grainger, Inc.
    [2009] I Believe in the Value of Working out Loud
    We all remember teachers in  early school years insisting that we show our work. Especially in math classes, teachers expected us to show how we solved problems, not just arrive at correct answers. Did they want to see that we were actually applying the concepts being taught? Or were they making sure we actually did the work and not copy answers from the back of the book? Regardless the purpose, there’s no doubt some students hated the practice, especially after reaching a level of fluency. We mostly complied, however. The alternative was poor grades and disappointed parents. 09 Jan.
    [2009] What Happens in a Story…Happens in Your Brain
    The research study titled “Reading Stories Activates Neural Representations of Visual and Motor Experiences” appeared in the August 2009 issue of the journal. 2009). We all intuitively know that when we hear or read a story, we often will mentally “act out” various aspects of the story and vividly visualize what is happening within the story. Research Study. These results suggest that readers dynamically activate specific visual, motor, and conceptual features of activities while reading about similar activities in the context of a narrative. Here is the abstract from the study.
    [2009] I Believe in the Importance of a Personal Learning Network
    Before joining Twitter in 2009 (and really starting to use it in 2011), my PLN was limited to those I had worked with or perhaps saw once a month at a SIG meeting.  When I started using Twitter for my professional growth and development, I didn’t realize that I was also starting to build my personal learning network. simply found myself tweeting at a learning and development conference using its hashtag and others began connecting with me. After the conference, I discovered Twitter chats and began participating in them regularly. even gave it my own name: “On-fire learning.”
    [2009] Transmedia Literacy: Expanding the Media Literacy Frontier [Rutledge]
    Excerpt: Media literacy is an increasingly pressing issue for media psychologists and educators who strive to prepare people of all ages to function well in a media-rich, globally connected world.   The ever-expanding integration of media technologies in our daily lives, from social media platforms to mobile apps, have challenged our understanding of just what it means to be literate in the 21 st century (Hobbs & Jensen, 2009).  The emerging trend of transmedia storytelling will continue to push the envelope even farther. 
    [2009] Call for papers #MOOC and #online learning focus
    Furthermore, other types of MOOCS, such as the those based on the notion of connectivism, advocated by scholars such as Stephen Downes, George Siemens and Rita Kop, as well as the work around open content (Wiley & Gurrell, 2009), have been squeezed out of the collective memory. Get your papers out and use one of these calls to do it. Information on the call can be found at [link] Submit your papers here : https://easychair.org/account/signin.cgi?key=18800640.nAH0aIzfppFdI6fE This conference is the follow-up of the EMOOCs 2014 Summit. The conference will be held in Mons, Belgium.
    [2009] Silence, in eLearning, is Not Always Golden
    Throughout 2009, The New York Times introduced 54 “characters” from the City in sound and images, as part of an oral history project entitled “ One in 8 Million ”. If you’re creating your first eLearning course with a new LMS, here’s a tip: Grab your slide deck (PowerPoint, Haiku Deck —whatever you use) and upload it. You can always delete this “test course” later. But in the meantime you’ll get a good feel—very quickly—for how your LMS works. And, you’ll also quickly learn that simply uploading an existing slide deck doesn’t (usually) create an engaging online course in and of itself.
    [2009] Friday’s favourites
    I wrote my first Friday Find in May, 2009. It was an attempt to make my finds on Twitter more explicit, as I noticed I was sharing and viewing a lot of information on Twitter but not doing anything with it. My current practice is to summarize what I have found on various social media platforms (Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, private channels) and create a blog post every two weeks. With Twitter, I use the ‘favourite’ function (star) to mark any tweets I wish to review for later. Some of these are saved for later reading, others get reviewed fortnightly. Bookmarking is one key method.
    [2009] Interview with Terese Bird, #EdTechBook chapter author
    remember when I was being interviewed for my job at Leicester back in 2009, I was asked how I stay on top of developments in the field, and I said, “Twitter.” As part of a new series of posts, I will be talking to authors of The Really Useful #EdTechBook about their work, experiences, and contribution to the book. In this seventh post I talk to Terese Bird, Learning Technologist and SCORE research fellow, University of Leicester. DH – Hi Terese. How does the use of technology, in all its various forms, affect your day-to-day working life? And why should we do this? Perhaps.
    [2009] the future will be distributed
    As the Supreme Court of Canada ruled on defamation in 2009, all citizens can be viewed by the law as journalists. Is this the journalism of the future? “We can conjecture, for example, that the journalism of the future will be distributed ? —?with with every individual in society playing a continuous role in providing the function. Indeed, given the primary importance and power of True Information to a well functioning Abundance Society, we might well expect that providing honest and thoughtful evaluation of experiences will become one of the principal activities in the future.
    [2009] Helpful resources from Michigan Virtual University re: online learning/learners
    from Michigan Educational Technology Standards for Students 2009). MVU releases guide to help schools navigate the virtual learning journey – from mivhs.org, as posted on September 17, 2014. Excerpt: MVU …released a guide for mentors of online learning students, “Mentor Fundamentals: A Guide for Mentoring Online Learners,” that is intended to provide an understanding of the fundamental elements of mentoring or coaching students for success with online courses. Download the mentor guide ». About MVU. Michigan Virtual University® is a private, nonprofit. online learning.
    [2009] Pre-university online learning experience positively influences higher education study skills says new research (IOE)
    It has been delivering online IBDP subject learning to students around the world since 2009. Pre-university online learning experience positively influences higher education study skills says new research – from Anne Keeling, Media Relations for Pamoja Education. New research says online learning prepares 16-19 year olds well for university. London – A research study by the Institute of Education University of London (IOE), England has explored the impact of online learning on 16-19 year olds and its influence on their learning experience at university.
    [2009] Why Move eLearning from Flash to HTML5?
    In 2009, Steve Jobs famously declared Flash to be buggy and resource hungry and the whole world moved to HTML5. He did elaborate his thoughts in this article where he said “new open standards created in the mobile era, such as HTML5, will win on mobile devices (and on PCs too)” In that last bit […]. Mobile Learning
    [2009] 2014 EduBlogs Awards #eddies14
    Edublog Awards, 2009 (Nominations). Yes, thanks to Chris Rowell  (and for the nomination), I’ve realised it’s that time of year again … Edublog Awards. “The Edublog Awards started in 2004 in response to community concerns relating to how schools, districts and educational intitutions were blocking access of learner and teacher blog sites for educational purposes.  The purpose of the Edublog awards is  promote and demonstrate the educational values of these social media.” ” A thoroughly good event to get involved in, and be nominated for too. Thank you.
    [2009] eLearning Brothers Breaks into the Stock Photo, Video and Audio World
    eLearning Brothers was founded in 2009 by two brothers who recognized the need to enable Awesome eLearning development with great-looking eLearning templates. AMERICAN FORK, Utah — November 17, 2014 — eLearning Brothers today announced that it will offer over 500,000 stock photos, graphics, vectors, videos and audio files to the training and development community. This is the first offering of its kind for eLearning professionals. “Everyone in the training and development world uses stock photography. “These assets are critical in making courses look professional.
    [2009] Embedding Learning in Work: The Benefits and Challenges
    The Research A 2009 study by the Learning & Development Roundtable, a division of the Corporate Executive Board, reported that on-the-job learning had three times the impact on performance improvement over formal training programs. (a version of this article was originally written as background for an #OzLearn chat held on Twitter, 11th November 2014) The Power of Embedded Learning A common finding that has emerged from study after study over the past few years is that learning which is embedded in work seems to be more effective than learning away from work. itashare
    [2009] Myth of the "Relevant Experience"
    As Gary Hamel pointed out in 2009, the Knowledge Economy requires Creativity, Initiative and Passion. During my daily twitter stream reading, I came across this snippet from Stowe Boyd: "A formal hierarchy overweights experience and underweights new thinking , and in doing so perpetuates the past. It misallocates power, since promotions often go to the most politically astute rather than to the most prescient or productive."~ By Gary Hamel, Bureaucracy Must Die ( The bold highlights are mine.) The impact of formal hierarchy on organizational culture can be far-reaching. It does.
    [2009] EMR Training: Are You HiTech?
    EMRs and  E lectronic  H ealth  R ecords (EHRs) are part of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health ( HITECH ) Act, enacted as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. by Megan Pitkin    I have a quick story to tell, but first I need to introduce the following acronyms: EMR, EHR, and HITECH. Each acronym deals with the healthcare industry.    EMR  stands for  E lectronic  M edical R ecord--a digital version of a patient's paper chart. and soon). Great, just great. Absolutely! With
    [2009] What are you doing with your 70%?
    Gary Wise extrapolated Josh Bersin’s data from 2009 and found that as much as 95% of workplace learning is informal. The 70:20:10 (Experience, Exposure, Education) Framework is focused on learning at work, not in a classroom, and not in a lab. Charles Jennings has described workplace learning as based on four key activities: Exposure to new and rich experiences. The opportunity to practice. Engaging in conversation and exchanges with each other. Making time to reflect on new observations, information, experiences, etc. PKM is a framework to make sense of the 70%. Building one takes time.
    [2009] eLearning Brothers Acquisition of eLearningImages.com Expands the Planet’s Largest eLearning Image Library
    When we launched eLearning Brothers in 2009, we committed that we would provide our members with the deepest and broadest eLearning library on the planet. eLearning Brothers was founded in 2009 by two brothers who recognized the need to enable Awesome eLearning development with great-looking eLearning templates. AMERICAN FORK, Utah–eLearning Brothers today announced that it has acquired privately held  eLearningImages.com , an online library of eLearning images that focuses on people-images in the eLearning space. www.websitetalkingheads.com ). About eLearning Brothers.
    [2009] Temps Need Training and Development
    2009 article in BusinessWeek makes this point: Workers hired for temporary or contract work face a higher risk of developing mental health problems like depression, according to research presented in 2009 by Amélie Quesnel-Vallée of McGill University. As I wrote in my last blog post titled, Temps Are People, Too , temporary and contract workers have become an essential segment of our economy, relied on heavily by business, government, and nonprofits to do work on an as-needed basis. One type of risk can be emotional. Could it be that they don’t become strong team members?
    [2009] The Explosive Growth of ELearning
    Analysts have estimated that elearning accounted for over $27 billion in 2009, and has risen to over $50 billion in 2014. ELearning has been enjoying unprecedented growth in the last decade, and that growth is expected to accelerate for the foreseeable future. These figures include money spent on self-paced online learning, which includes both packaged and custom content services. Not Just For Education. The growth of elearning is not just concentrated in the adult population, although the biggest names in elearning offer college-level courses and vocational training for adults.
    [2009] Revisiting My Learning Journey on Social Media
    It was the March of 2009, and I have completed 5 years of blogging this year. On my way to office today, I was pondering about my evolving use of social media. Six years have passed since I joined Twitter in 2008, when twitter was in its infancy, and I was clueless about its use. Here’s my heartfelt thanks to people like @ janebozarth , @ janehart , @ hjarche , @ jaycross , @ charlesjennings , @ jeanmarrapodi , and many more for generously sharing their learning and experience and for changing the face of learning – for individuals and organizations. lurked and waited. No one tweeted it.
    2009). This summer I’ve put the smoker on my backyard deck to good use. I’ve made beef brisket, chicken, spare ribs and even grilled fish with it. We’ve enjoyed the variety of meat and side dishes that go with each. Summer barbecue season is thoroughly enjoyable. There are as many forms of barbecue as there are people who make Barbecue. You can even spell it multiple ways depending on where you live. Barbecue, barbeque or simply BBQ. Which is the right way to BBQ? What meat makes the best BBQ? When people ask me what is the best I often answer – it depends on what you like. Jadin, T.,
    [2009] Create space for sense-making
    Even more rare is time for sense-making, and sense-making takes a LOT of time, for example: 2009 sense-making-with-pkm. Listening to a story about exploitation in the ivory tower on CBC Sunday Edition this morning made me realize how much we are prisoners of our current reality. The poorly paid contract teaching staff saw no way out of their plight and the professor-turned-administrator went from questioning the current system to promoting its inequalities as the only viable way to keep universities afloat. Everyone sounded so powerless. But the system is the problem. 2010 sense-making.
    [2009] How B Corps Just Might Eliminate the Foolishness of Maximizing Shareholder Return
    ” Over the course of an interview with the Financial Times in 2009, former General Electric CEO, Jack Welch even said , “On the face of it, shareholder value is the dumbest idea in the world. I absolutely love reading (and throw in writing, for that matter) non-fiction leadership books. Unless there are multiple editions, a book unfortunately runs the risk of potentially missing out on new developments or changes in the landscape since its original publication. It’s still a good book, in my eyes at least, but there are many elements I’d now change. percent.
    [2009] Standard Options Apply
    Once the request is made and approved by IEEE’s New Standards Committee, we begin the last leg of a journey that started with friends riding roller coasters in Cedar Point amusement park in Sandusky, OH back in 2009. This post is for vendors, developers and implementers of the Experience API and for anyone who may one day create something with xAPI. This is a long read. There’s nuance that’s not easily summarized. Please make the time to read, comment below, post responses that link to this statement. The PAR wasn’t approved by the LTSC in that August meeting. So here goes.
    [2009] How to innovate and educate ahead of the wave, Pt.1 #altc
    From lunchtime to coffee breaks, to break-out activities to keynote speakers, this first day has been energetic and had a buzz around ‘being together’ I’ve not experienced since my first FOTE conference in 2009. ‘Riding Giants: How to innovate and educate ahead of the wave’ is the title & theme for the 2014 ALT Conference – my first ALT conference. as there are so many overlaps between session presentations. Once again I’m Sketchnoting my way through the Keynote presentations (and more, when I can). Is there life after MOOCs?
    [2009] DevCorner: Outside the Eye – Where App Innovation and Creativity Meet
    started developing Short List as a small portfolio piece in 2009 so I could move this process off paper and into iOS. At TechSmith, we are passionate about creating great software and keeping up with the latest technology. That passion does not stop when we leave the office. Many of us have side projects that help us hone our skills and expand our horizons. Side projects allow you to play roles you otherwise won’t. You get to be the project manager, designer, QA, developer, marketer, and customer support. It gives you a new appreciation for the trials and tribulations of your co-workers.
    [2009] Saffron is accredited by the LPI for the sixth year
    Saffron was the first company to achieve Learning Technologies Accreditation in 2009. ‘We value the Accreditation process immensely,’ comments Karim Ladak, chief operating officer at Saffron. This month Saffron Interactive, leading innovator in the digital learning sector, has been re-accredited by the Learning and Performance Institute (formerly the Institute of IT Training) for the sixth year running. The rigorous accreditation process requires that vendors demonstrate consistently excellent performance and give evidence of strategic transformation and innovation.
    [2009] Top Ten Tools for Learning 2014
    haven’t done my list in a few years, but you can see my past lists from 2011 ,  2009 , 2008 , and 2007. Jane Hart is collecting her eighth annual list of top tools for learning. You can vote for your top tools until September 19, 2014. My list is divided into personal learning and course design/development. Personal Learning. Feedly is my RSS reader of choice since the demise of Google Reader. read on my smartphone much more in the past, and Feedly’s mobile app fits in my workflow. Diigo is my social bookmarking option. WordPress is my blog host. Course Design/Development.
    [2009] Two Very Incredible & Courageous Women
    Fast-forward to 2009 and wouldn’t you know it, I’m in a meeting with those radiantly beaming eyes. I wouldn’t call the two incredible and courageous women in this story ‘good friends’ with me nor are we ‘best friends’, but we’re certainly not ‘bad friends’ or ‘former friends’, so let’s just go with the fact we’re ‘connections’ and leave it at that. The purpose of this story is to share, to enlighten and to articulate incredible courage … as best I can. In one corner, we have E.T. had to.
  • KAPP NOTES  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 2014
    [2009] Humans Need Not Apply: Skynet Pieces Coming Together?
    No, he is not the only scientist concerned Scientists Worry Machines May Outsmart Man (older article from 2009). Recently Elon Musk indicated that he thought Artificial Intelligence (AI) was “potentially more dangerous than nukes” and it’s easy to dismiss such statements as hyperbole or over generalization but…can we? Should we? Are we really aware of what we are doing? Elon Musk is no “conspiracy nut.” ” He is founder of such technology companies at Tesla and SpaceX. Are we listening to what he is saying? Is he the only one with this concern?
  • MINDFLASH  |  MONDAY, JULY 14, 2014
    [2009] Go Global by Thinking Local: Delivering Online Training Courses in Multiple Languages
    In 2009 HSBC bank was forced to launch a $10 million rebranding campaign to address the damage done when it’s slogan “Assume Nothing” was mistranslated as “Do Nothing” in various countries. Online training is a powerful learning vehicle—it allows people to learn on their own schedule (asynchronously), at the own pace (on-demand), and on their device of choice (flexibly). And developing online training via a LMS is scalable, as you can train thousands in a short time. But the trick to growing globally is thinking locally. Here’s another cautionary tale. Go Local. Perhaps, but unlikely.
    [2009] eLearning Brothers and Infuse Medical Launch Medical Stock Image Library
    eLearning Brothers was founded in 2009 by two brothers who recognized the need to enable Awesome eLearning development with great-looking eLearning templates. (American Fork, UT July 8, 2014) eLearning Brothers and Infuse Medical announce the first library subscription of its kind of Medical Stock Images. eLearning Brothers has the largest eLearning Template Library on the planet, with the highest quality assets. We wanted to make sure that the partner we chose had the same high level of quality we expect from ourselves.”. Images are available for preview and can be downloaded at [link].
    [2009] #ICELW Opening Keynote with Steve Wheeler @timbuckteeth "The Future is Mobile…Social…Personal"
    In 2009, we said the future is smart mobile. These are my live blogged notes from the International Conference on eLearning in the Workplace (ICELW) , happing this week in NYC. Forgive any typos or incoherencies. Opening keynote with Steve Wheeler @timbuckteeth, The Future is Mobile…Social…Personal Plymouth University UK “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” ~ Arthur C. Clark We need to make the technology invisible –so we can concentrate on the learning. Remember that technology is just a tool. In 1989, we thought the future was multi-media. Clark
    [2009] The Only Place for Captivate 8 Templates and Learning
    eLearning Brothers was founded in 2009 by two brothers who recognized a need to enable Awesome eLearning development with great looking eLearning templates. (Salt Lake City, UT June 11, 2014) eLearning Brothers, Lodestone and Artisan E-Learning announce a combined offering of Captivate 8 templates , instructor led training , and the only Captivate 8 book available. This is the only source on the planet for mobile responsive Captivate 8 templates, Captivate 8 training, and the first Captivate 8 book. said Curtis Morley, President of eLearning Brothers. The Captivate 8 Templates.
  • LEARNDASH  |  MONDAY, JUNE 9, 2014
    [2009] ELearning Evolution The Past 10 Years
    One of the most significant developments over the past 10 years to elearning was the influence of mobile technology around 2009. It is hard to believe that 2004 was a decade ago. ELearning was really starting to take-off at this point, especially given the overhaul of the former SCORM protocol that used to dominate elearning. As we all know, a lot can happen in a span of 10 years, especially in regards to technology. New trends have come and gone during this time, while others are just starting to pick-up some momentum (Tin Can API in particular). ed tech elearning
    [2009] Freelancing means freedom
    Entrepreneurial activity in 2009 was at its highest level in 14 years, online freelance job postings skyrocketed in 2010, and companies are increasingly outsourcing work. What happens when freelancers outnumber salaried employees? In the USA, more than 30% of the population are freelancers. The assumptions of employers and employees are being turned on their heads, but politicians are still focused on creating jobs. Good luck with that. This transition is nothing less than a revolution. As of 2005, one-third of our workforce participated in this “freelance economy.” We are not there yet.
    [2009] Starting a conversation on emerging technologies
    MIT Press, 2009. This summer, I am privileged to be “teaching” a graduate course on emerging technologies for Penn State Harrisburg’s Training and Development master’s program. hesitate to say I am teaching it because I’ve designed it more like a graduate seminar / MOOC (with only 14 people). In that vein, I am providing a list of readings on specific trends as a starting point, and we go wherever the conversation goes. These have been a real treat to read and ponder – I’ve learned a lot already, and have enjoyed engaging in the conversations.
    [2009] Microsoft Launches ELearning Add-On
    In 2009, Articulate Studio took-off as a Microsoft PowerPoint add-on for this very purpose. The global success of Articulate is well known in the elearning field, and it appears that Microsoft would like to steal a bit of market share as well! Recently, Microsoft revealed their plans for a new product called Mix  with the purpose of simplifying online course creation within PowerPoint. Sound familiar? Their success led them to follow-up with a new version in 2013, as well as a proprietary offering in Articulate Storyline (originally launched in 2012). Mix is interesting in theory.
  • OPENSESAME  |  MONDAY, MAY 12, 2014
    [2009] Big News Out of ASTD International Conference & Expo 2014
    Some rebrandings results in increased awarness, like Old Spice’s clever series of commericals , while others create a bitter backlash, such as Tropicana in 2009. This past week I had the privilege of attending my first ASTD (American Society for Training & Development) conference in Washington D.C. It was fantastic connecting with colleagues, partners and clients in our nation’s capital, as well as getting a chance to learn more about current trends and developments within the industry. Instead, the big news came from the organization itself. Events
    [2009] Reading: Viewing mobile learning from a pedagogical perspective
    Related posts: Reading: “Pupil perspectives on using mobile devices for learning” Reading: "Global Mobile Learning Research Report 2009" Pedagogical Foundations For Personal Learning. Mobile learning is a relatively new phenomenon and the theoretical basis is currently under development. The paper presents a pedagogical perspective of mobile learning which highlights three central features of mobile learning: authenticity, collaboration and personalisation, embedded in the unique timespace contexts of mobile learning. Kearney , M., Schuck , S., Burden , K.,
    [2009] What Does the Training Department Do When Training Doesn’t Work?
    Data provided by the US membership organisation Training Industry suggests annual growth around 6% per year since 2009. The global training industry is large and in growth again post-2008. Training Industry estimates the 2012 figures for the training market at $131billion in the USA and $160billion for the rest of the world – a global total of $291billion. ASTD data suggests US companies spent $164billion on employee learning and development in 2012 saying that ‘ despite a continuously changing economic environment, organizations remain committed to training and development’. n(d)-?set
  • LEARNDASH  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 2014
    [2009] 3 Trends of Digital Education
    million people (2002) to 6 million (2009). 3. Digital content delivery is opening new possibilities in education. Traditional teaching was delivered in a “one size fits all” manner, which made it easy to leave learners behind. Today though, the technology-enabled solutions help create a custom experience. But how do you define digital education? suppose there could be a variety of defining figures, but there are three trends in particular that the digital education trend brings to the traditional teaching methodology – all improve learning outcomes. 1. Source: Knewton.
    [2009] Vote for the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014
    It has had millions of views both  on the website  and on Slideshare ( 2013 , 2012 , 2011 , 2010, 2009 , 2008 ). Originally posted by Jane Heart’s Jane’s Pick of the Day: Vote for the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014.  Thank you so much Jane for curating this list every year. Looking forward to it. The 8th annual survey is now open to find the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014. learning tool is defined as any software or online tool or service that you use either for your own personal or professional learning, for teaching or training, or for creating e-learning solutions.
  • ELEARNING 24-7  |  MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2014
    [2009] Five LMS Lists
    Social Learning Management Systems -While I coined the term in 2009 to represent systems whose core features were geared towards social, some of the newer SLMSs, seem to have just enough to place them under this umbrella. . Everyone loves a good list.  Whether it is a list of the top food that make you ill or the top 1o of worst flops in learning history, people love to read them.  This is especially true when it comes to e-learning. Okay, maybe not true, but just go with it). So, I figured, let’s do it. The Lists. buzz.bee, oh never mind). Five Misnomers in the e-learning space.
    [2009] A How to Guide on the Principles of the #elearningmanifesto: 3. Tie Learning to Performance Goals
    They have published ‘ The working Smarter fieldbook’  in 2009 It covers Working smarter, Informal learning, social learning, a whole bunch of consequences for instructional design and examples. “We will couple the skills we are developing to the goals of organizations, individuals, or both.”. This principle is an important requirement when building eLearning courses.  If learning doesn’t support  the goals of the organization, what is its value  from a business perspective? Now the question is how to do it? Get integrated into the business. Identify what people really (really?)
    [2009] The Five Elements Of A 'Simply Irresistible' Organization
    The Great Place to Work Institute has published studies which show that the “100 best places to work” outperformed the S&P 500 by over four-fold from 1990–2009 and there’s no reason to believe this won’t continue. New Deloitte Global Human Capital Research shows that organizations today must work hard to create a meaningful, humanistic work environment to drive engagement, performance, and a magnetic attraction in the market. And this is good business. “ The Great Workplace ,” by Michael Burchell and Jennifer Robin.). But there’s more.
    [2009] The Five Elements Of A 'Simply Irresistible' Organization
    The Great Place to Work Institute has published studies which show that the “100 best places to work” outperformed the S&P 500 by over four-fold from 1990–2009 and there’s no reason to believe this won’t continue. New Deloitte Global Human Capital Research shows that organizations today must work hard to create a meaningful, humanistic work environment to drive engagement, performance, and a magnetic attraction in the market. And this is good business. “ The Great Workplace ,” by Michael Burchell and Jennifer Robin.). But there’s more.
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