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  • THE ELEARNING COACH  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2009
    [2009] Social Media And Learning
    In this article, I’m featuring a wonderful interview with successful social media expert, Jane Hart. She provides compelling reasons to implement a social and collaborative environment as part of workplace learning. You can read more from Jane at her blog, Social Media in Learning. eLearning Coach: You were an early adopter of using social technologies for learning purposes. What motivated you to jump in? Jane: Using social technologies has just been an evolution of my experience and interest in learning technologies for a long time now.  And can it be measured? Jane: Many different ones!
  • EXPERIENCING ELEARNING  |  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2009
    [2009] Experiencing E-Learning » Daily Bookmarks 12/12/2009
  • EXPERIENCING ELEARNING  |  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2009
    [2009] Blogging in a Walled Garden
    Kylemore Abbey Garden. One of the features of Sakai that our team was looking for in a new LMS is a blogging tool. admit some significant improvements in usability are possible in this tool. However, it does give us the option of blogging within the system. Previously, we’ve used tools like Wikispaces and Edublogs, but we’ve had a number of requests for internal tools that don’t require a separate login and location. During the pilot of our new facilitator training course, I lurked in the forums during a heated debate about the use of the blog tool. Blog Conversations.
  • THE LEARNING GENERALIST  |  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2009
    [2009] Four things Star Trek can teach us about Simulation Design
    Sumeet Moghe, 2009. I'm a big Star Trek fan and the last movie just rocked back childhood memories of idolising James T Kirk. Thinking of Captain Kirk reminded me of his famous line, "I'm a great one for rushing in where angels fear to tread!". Its so cool because it has great parallels with the learning industry which is going in directions we never imagined a few years back. With the growing maturity of Web 2.0 In that, some of Captain Kirk's brave world-play from Star Trek seems to have come true for our cult at least! I'm bound to get some criticism for this -- but that's fine.
  • BUSINESS CASUAL  |  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2009
    [2009] Top 5 aha moments about Learning in 2009.
    For this month it's asking " What Did You Learn About Learning In 2009? In thinking about my response, I found it helpful to dig through my articles this year and see what some of the "Best Of" highlights were through 2009. My top 5 "aha" moments from 2009. This past year (2009) I ran.zero (0) races. Most read articles in 2009. review of my queries from eLearningLearning.com suggest the following top 5 articles to date from my blog in 2009. ASTD's The Learning Circuits Blog posted it's question of the month the other day.
  • THE ELEARNING COACH  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2009
    [2009] Content Organization Cheat Sheet
    People who create eLearning get involved in many types of content development tasks. In addition to researching and developing content for courses, you may find yourself creating training manuals for webinars or the classroom, writing web copy, making reference materials, and developing Electronic Performance Support Systems, Help documentation, presentations and so on. During all of these tasks, you will be organizing content at a high level to give it a meaningful structure. The content on this page is organized alphabetically. Alphabetical. Categorical. Some content has a flat structure.
  • ZAIDLEARN  |  SATURDAY, MAY 23, 2009
    [2009] [from davidds] e-Learning 2.0 Workshop (Stephen Downes)
    Link to Stephen Downes Homepage All His Papers All His Presentation Slides + KL Workshop Slides Blogs - OLDaily & Half an Hour Web 1.0 = Read Web 2.0 = Read -Write Web 3.0 = Read -Write - Research Web 4.0 = Read -Write - Research - Rambo! At last I got to meet Stephen Downes in person and attend one of his workshops. Better yet, due to a secret arrangement (Not telling!) I got to become his personal bodyguard (I mean assistant) during this 2-day workshop in Kuala Lumpur (14th - 15th January). You can see me on the picture happily holding tightly to the handheld laser gun (I mean camera!).
  • THE LEARNING GENERALIST  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2009
    [2009] Rapid Instructional Design with Powerpoint
    Sumeet Moghe, 2009. I was recently part a discussion on the ThoughtWorks Trainer Community, where we were talking about the problems of having to put together a course with 2-3 days in hand. Usually the only recourse in such a situation is to quickly slam together something in Powerpoint. Firstly, I think the problem is genuine which is why I'm writing the post. The pitfalls I notice however are: The delivery usually involves reading from slides. An average adult (in this case the trainer), can speak only at 120 words per minute. Sketch out your ideas on plain paper.
  • E-LEARNING PROVOCATEUR  |  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2009
    [2009] Adult learning shminciples
    In the global game of Corporate Bingo, the term “adult learning principles&# must be one of the most abused. It’s a convenient abstract that can whitewash a range of unsubstantiated claims and half-truths. But what exactly are adult learning principles? The theory. Malcolm Knowles is widely regarded as the father of adult learning. Since the 1960s, he articulated a distinction between pedagogy (the teaching of children) and andragogy (the teaching of adults). In a nutshell, andragogy boils down to 5 key assumptions: 1. Adult learners are self directed. Adults are problem oriented.
  • JANE HART'S PICK OF THE DAY  |  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2009
    [2009] Edublog Award Winners announced 2009
    The Edublog award winners were announced last night, and I'd first like to say Congratulations to all the winners, runners-up and those who reached the shortlists. This year, Jane's E-Learning Pick of the Day was awarded 2nd runner up in the Best Resource Sharing blog category - so very many thanks for all of you who took the time to vote for it. Thanks too for those who voted for me in the Lifetime Achievement award, where I actually came in a respectable 5th! You can view all the winners and runners in all the categories - together with all the voting results - at the Edublog Awards site.
  • ELEARNING WEEKLY  |  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2009
    [2009] LearnTrends 2009 Video Archive Available
    Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to attend the LearnTrends 2009 Online Conference , but I heard great things about it. Fortunately, I ran across a video archive of the conference, thanks to a blog post by George Siemens. LearnTrends was sponsored by Jay Cross, Tony Karrer, and George Siemens.). Check out the video archive. There are tons of other details about the conference here , and you can get more info about LearnTrends on these social networks: Twitter. Delicious. Facebook. LinkedIn. Enjoy! eLearning Conferences InstructionalDesign learntrends technology Tools Training Web 2.0
  • CLIVE ON LEARNING  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2009
    [2009] Digital learning content does not have to mean CBT
    I am becoming increasingly aware of the the need to make clear a distinction between the broad concept of digital learning content, in all its many varieties, and the much narrower idea of interactive tutorials of the traditional CBT (computer-based training) variety. This is no more than a natural evolution from their traditional responsibility for the production of PowerPoint slides and handouts which support most classroom events. While some trainers will have the aptitudes and interests which will help them to excel in this area, in most cases this will remain a job for specialists.
  • BOZARTHZONE   |  THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 2009
    [2009] Find Your 20%
    I see lots of good-presentations-gone bad, often due to the speaker trying to put too much information into the available time. The result: Critical points are lost in the mass of content, or the speaker is rushing at the end to get to what s/he really wanted to say. Often in coaching presenters I watch them approach their content as if they were 8th graders assigned to give a report on their "topic". They visit Wikipedia and Google and clip art galleries to amass piles of information, factoids, job aids, video clips, and PowerPoint shows, then try to compress it into a 75-minute session.
  • THE E-LEARNING CURVE  |  TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2009
    [2009] Discovering Instructional Design, Part 1
    At its heart, learning is about growth. The single, central reason for learning, training, and education is to facilitate peoples' need to acquire and develop new skills, knowledge and expertise. The E-learning Curve blog shares thought-provoking commentary and practical knowledge for e-learning professionals. Find out more.
  • BRAVE NEW ORG  |  SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 2009
    [2009] Learning 2.0 Tetrad Through Marshall McLuhan
    If you haven’t heard of Marshall McLuhan , well you’re simply missing out on one of Canada’s most innovative minds. Derrick de Kerckhove, Director of the McLuhan Program of Culture and Technology at the University of Toronto since 1983 wrote McLuhan for Managers in 2003. Shamefully, I didn’t know about the book until this year, courtesy of Jon Husband. In the book, Derrick (and co-author Mark Federman) introduce the Laws of Media through a tetrad: Extend (what does the artefact enhance or intensify or make possible or accelerate). philosophy. define Learning 2.0
  • THE BOGGS E-LEARNING CHRONICLE  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2009
    [2009] Top Picks for September 2009
    Below are the top picks for the Boggs e-Learning Chronicle's September '09 posts: e-Learning Lingo Podcast: SyberWorks e-Learning Lingo Podcast #107: Object-Oriented Programming SyberWorks LMS e-Learning Implementation Series: SyberWorks LMS e-Learning Implementation Podcast Discusses CMS, CDC and OSHA Training Requirements SyberWorks e-Learning Podcast Series: SyberWorks e-Learning Podcast #35: Interview with Steve Pena, Senior Instructional Designer and Implementation Consultant at SyberWorks, Inc. elearning. learning management systems. elearning podcasts. Competency Management.
  • LEARNING VISIONS  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 2009
    [2009] Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Describing What You Do: Instructional Design
    Wednesday, May 06, 2009 Describing What You Do: Instructional Design Youre at a playground and you start talking to the mom sitting on the bench next to you. ASTD TechKnowledge 2010 #tk10 ▼ 2009 (87) ► December (6) ► November (11) ► October (10) ► September (7) ► August (4) ► July (5) ► June (6) ▼ May (10) Join Me at ASTD ICE June 1&2 iPhone and the End of All Boundaries eLearning on Alltop eLearning Brand Name Recognition? Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff.
  • LEARNING VISIONS  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2009
    [2009] Accidental Instructional Designers #dl09
    At DevLearn ‘09, I had the pleasure of hosting a Thursday morning Breakfast Byte. Conference participants gather around a topic of interest at an ungodly early hour, while sipping coffee and eating croissants. bleary-eyed, loosely organized conversation. If you know me, you’ll know my topic was right up my alley: “Instructional Design: You Do What for a Living?” Over 25 IDs gathered to talk about how they got here and where they're going. asked people to introduce themselves and tell their stories – how they each got into instructional design. Many of us thought that we would be teachers.
  • ELEARNING WEEKLY  |  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2009
    [2009] Hot Topics in eLearning for 2009
    Tony Karrer posted a list of the trending hot topics in eLearning for 2009, based on stats from his eLearningLearning.com site. Below are the hottest trending topics we saw in 2009, but be sure to visit Tony’s full list to see even more great info. Hot Topics in eLearning for 2009. Nothing is too surprising, but it’s very helpful how Tony linked to some of the more popular articles and blog posts related to each topic. Twitter. Social Media , Social Networks , Social Learning , and Informal Learning. Google Wave. SharePoint. Video.
  • THE ELEARNING COACH  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 2009
    [2009] Designing For Experts
    In a previous article , I noted that experts have different internal knowledge structures than novices. Expert knowledge seems to be efficiently organized and easy to search through, like an orderly file cabinet. Expert knowledge is deeply intertwined, creating many paths for recalling information. When you’re designing for experts in a field, try to match the design and writing with their unique characteristics, which occur both in how they structure knowledge as well as the circumstances of their professional life. Here are some tips you can use when designing courses for experts.
  • JANE HART'S PICK OF THE DAY  |  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2009
    [2009] Edublog Awards 2009
    This is the 6th year of the edublog awards and this year there are 19 categories.  Hundreds of sites were nominated over the last few weeks and these have now been whittled down to a shortlist in each category. Very many thanks to all those who nominated me and my blogs; I am very pleased to appear in the shortlists of the following three categories.  In fact, BOTH Jane's E-Learning Pick of the Day and Social Media in Learning have ben nominated for Best Individual Blog!). Voting closes Wednesday 16 December. Good luck to all the nominees!
  • ROAD TO LEARNING  |  SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 2009
    [2009] elearninglearning Updates
    The elearninglearning site managed by Tony Karrer has come a long way in the last one year. It plays a significant role in bringing together some of the best elearning blogs on the Internet , thanks to Tony's efforts. My blog too came a long way after getting listed , as it was one of the most exciting and encouraging achievements for me. I'm really late to post this announcement, but the site now has a new look and some new options as well: A new feed that is just the "Best of" which are basically the hot lists and other similar supporting items.
  • THE E-LEARNING CURVE  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 2009
    [2009] Podcasting for E-Learning: Critically Analyzing Podcasts
    My previous blog posts on podcasting have focused the human side of podcasting: narration, story-telling, communicating with your audience. I've looked at what you say, and how you say it, dipping liberally into the eighty or so years of accumulated skills and knowledge from radio broadcasting to reinforce my arguments - after all, content is king, and radio is still the place where people talk. Now, it's time to spend a little time understanding the technical aspects of podcasting. Don't worry if you've never so much as looked at a sound file before. How is that musical piece orchestrated?
  • TONY KARRER  |  MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2009
    [2009] Share Best Practices - Patterns
    Interesting post by Jane Bozarth - The Myth of "Best Practices" A "best practice" is best only in the precise, specific context in which it exists. What works in my marriage won't necessarily work in -- and may even damage -- yours. Even if moved from one situation to another very close one, the odds of transfer being made with practice intact is nil. How do we address those who pressure us to produce a list of, or abide by, "best" practices? As an individual encounters a situation he/she makes sense of the issue. This really rings true to me. eLearning Technology.
  • BUSINESS CASUAL  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2009
    [2009] BusinessCasualBlog.com's Top 10 Articles for 2009.
    (courtesy wstera2 via creative commons-attrib-nc-sharealike) Yesterday I listed the top 5 "aha" moments I had about Learning in 2009. At the end of the article I also posted BusinessCasualBlog's Top 5 most read articles for 2009. But, yesterday's "most read" list was based on the tally by a niche community of Learning professionals at eLearningLearning.com. If, on the other hand, I look at a tally using Google analytics , a different list comes up. The Business Casual "Best Of" list according to Google: #1. Favorite 10 Tools For Creating Learning.
  • LEARNING VISIONS  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 2009
    [2009] Describing What You Do: Instructional Design
    You're at a playground and you start talking to the mom sitting on the bench next to you. Eventually, she asks you what you do for work. What do you say? Are you met with comprehension or blank stares? This was me yesterday: Playground Mom:  So, what do you do? Me:  I'm an instructional designer. I create eLearning. Playground Mom:  [blank stare] Me: corporate training. Playground Mom:  [weak smile] Me:  I create training for companies that's delivered on the computer. Playground Me: weak nod."Oh, Oh, I see." I see that she really doesn't see and I just don't have the energy to go further.
  • ID REFLECTIONS  |  SUNDAY, AUGUST 23, 2009
    [2009] Love-Hate Theory, Learner Motivation, Connectivism and Other Such Thoughts.
    Preamble I missed IDCI session yesterday but am thankful for the tweets from @gargamit100 and @sreyadutta. These followed by Sreya’s post gave me some idea of the discussion. You can read the post here: Business-driven Learning and LH Theory (Love-Hate Theory). The post set me thinking about when do we use “Love vs. Hate” to design a training program. This triggered thoughts related to learner motivation and how even a “business driven” or “business centric” program benefit from motivated learners. This confidence sustains motivation and engagement.
  • ZAIDLEARN  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2009
    [2009] The Very Best From ZaidLearn!
    did that a lot in 2007 and 2008, and a few times in 2009. “Strange as it may seem, no amount of learning can cure stupidity , and formal education positively fortifies it.” - Stephen Vizinczey Actually, as you learn and acquire knowledge and skills, your ego might amplify your confidence, ignorance and pride, which again could hinder you from going beyond what you have already learned. You become stubborn to try new ideas and approaches, because you have reached a level whereby you are comfortable with what you are doing, and it works perfectly fine to you. she can't sing!). Tough!
  • LEARN AND LEAD  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2009
    [2009] 5 Reasons Why You are Not Being Promoted
    I came across Dan McCarthy ’s blog recently. Dan is a practitioner in the field of leadership development for over 20 years and is currently the Manager of Leadership and Management Development at a Fortune "Great Place to Work", "Training Top 125", and "High Impact Learning" (HILO 80) company. He has a great blog on leadership that I would encourage you to subscribe to. Dan wrote a great post Head’s Up – You are About to be Promoted or Fired where he shares why you might get promoted or fired. think there’s also a third script: the status quo script. Unfortunately we aren’t promoting you.
  • UPSIDE LEARNING BLOG  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2009
    [2009] The Big Question - What I Learned About Learning in 2009
    What did you learn about Learning in 2009? think my learning for 2009 was focused around three primary areas; this obviously derives from my focus on innovation in elearning and is biased, but here goes. Mobile Technologies – 2009 was the year that mobile technologies have exploded on the scene. Related posts: The Big Question: Time Spent CIPD Learning and Development Survey 2009 Top 50 Mobile Learning Resources. The Big Question posed on Learning Circuits this time,as always , is thought provoking –. Five Myths of Mobile Learning. Mobile Learning in India.
  • STICKY LEARNING  |  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 2009
    [2009] The Powerpoint Dozen
    I use Powerpoint in some of the workshops I run, not all, but when it suits the audience, venue and most importantly learning objectives. have, on the other hand, been a participant where slides have been the 'star'! Slides that contained too much text in colours and sizes that were too hard to read and more bullets than Ned Kelly's last stand! That said, Powerpoint can have its place. So I've put together a list of 10(+1) tips for using Powerpoint more effectively. Plan your workshop. Ask yourself what is the best way to get the message/learning across. Story before slides. How much text?
  • CLIVE ON LEARNING  |  WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 2009
    [2009] What we need is a little more slide:ology
    I’ve just finished slide:ology , a wonderful book by Nancy Duarte, which celebrates ‘the art and science of creating great presentations’. Nancy is well qualified to show us how PowerPoint and similar packages can be used to greatest effect, as Duarte Design was the firm that created Al Gore’s Oscar-winning film, An Inconvenient Truth. Although primarily aimed at those who present face-to-face, this book has great relevance to anyone who builds e-content based on slides (such as those using Articulate or Adobe Presenter) or who presents using web conferencing. So, no pressure then.
  • MARK OEHLERT  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2009
    [2009] #lrnchat - December 10, 2009
    #lrnchat December 10, 2009
  • ELEARNING BROTHERS  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2009
    [2009] Why Use eLearning Templates in Your Course?
    Are you developing online training content (eLearning)? Do you want to save money and time? Are there multiple members on your team and you need everything to be consistent? Are there varying levels of technical expertise on the team? These are just a few questions that we come across while building online training content. Using templates to build eLearning can address many of the questions above. Before discussing a few points let me describe what I mean by eLearning templates. Templates can include many different assets. Basically they can be used over and over in different projects. Games.
  • DONT WASTE YOUR TIME  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2009
    [2009] Adding Facebook and Twitter to student participation
    Students at Purdue University are experimenting with a new application developed at the school called Hotseat that integrates Facebook, Twitter, and text messaging to help students “backchannel” during class. The idea behind this isn’t new; using social media in conferences allow participants to engage the speaker(s) to exchange ideas and questions on the fly. The difference here is [.].
  • TONY KARRER  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 2009
    [2009] eLearning Conferences
    JANUARY 2009 January 3-4, 2009 New Presidents Program , sponsored by the Council of Independent Colleges, Hyatt Regency Coconut Point, Bonita Springs, Florida, USA. January 4-7, 2009 Presidents Institute : Investing in the Future – Students, Institutions, and the Public Good sponsored by the Council of Independent Colleges, Hyatt Regency Cocomut Point, Bonita Springs, Florida, USA. link] conferences_events/presidents/ 2009.asp January 4-7, 2009 Hawaii International Conference on Education , 7 th annual, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. link] index.php January 18-22, 2009.
  • JANE HART'S PICK OF THE DAY  |  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2009
    [2009] ELearning Age Awards 2009
    For those of you who weren't following my tweets last evening, I was at the e.learning age E-Learning awards last night at the Park Lane Hotel in London. The full list of winners in all the categories is available at the elearning age website , however I do want to mention the success of Caspian Learning , who had invited me to be a guest on their table, as they were double winners!  Congratulations, and thanks for your hospitality. Here's a photo I took of them picking up their gold award from TV's Angela Lamont. Oh, and thanks for the kind words about me too, Donald!).
  • TONY O'DRISCOLL  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2009
    [2009] LearnTrends 2009: My Presentation on Immernet Singularity
    My good pal Jay Cross asked me to do a provocative session on the Future of Learning and the pending Immernet Singularity. As with most cognitive excursions that involve Jay, we had a BLAST! mean where else could you come up with the concept of an “Empathic Electronic Exoskeleton&# that swaddles our planet in less than an hour. good number of you have asked for charts… here you go. If you like the charts, you will no doubt enjoy the presentation and discussion. You can view the hour long back and forth here. Enjoy!
  • TONY KARRER  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 2009
    [2009] Networks and Communities
    Mercenary Rationale for Network Work & Learning As I discussed in Evaluating Performance of Concept Workers , evaluating the performance of a concept worker is difficult because there's no right answer and most often the evaluator knows less about the subject than the worker. Thus, the bottom line in evaluating a concept workers performance is by looking at: Was a reasonable process used? Are the conclusions reasonable? How would this compare to results from other concept workers? To make sure you pass this test - I suggest cheating. They said I've gone through the right steps.
  • DAWN OF LEARNING  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2009
    [2009] how not to adopt an lcms
    Home > Executive Perspective > How not to adopt an LCMS How not to adopt an LCMS June 2nd, 2009 Goto comments Leave a comment As the economy has forced organizations to do more with less, we’re seeing more and more interest in LCMS systems. Home About Podcasts Videos Xyleme Inc. The times of getting through the inherent inefficiencies of the old approach of having multiple copies of instructor guides, student guides, slide decks and online courses are gone. Organizations are looking for ways to streamline their processes and remove waste. But make that the exception not the rule.
  • SPEAK OUT  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 2009
    [2009] How to tackle a demotivated learner?
    A demotivated learner is any IDs nightmare. Don't we love it when learners are highly motivated, thirsty for knowledge, and realize the 'what is in it for me' even before the course begins? Symptoms of a demotivated learner: During interviews, they frown over the concept that you are going to teach. They do not appreciate the fact that HAVE to take the course. I can't blame them.) They try to convince you that they know everything they need to about the concept (you know otherwise through research). The situation is very, very dangerous if you spot all the five symptoms in your learner profile.
  • DONT WASTE YOUR TIME  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2009
    [2009] PowerPoint: embedding YouTube video
    I’ve often been asked how I embedded a video from YouTube in my presentations, so I thought I’d put a simple guide together, based on one I found a while back but can’t find now!! Typical, Typical, huh? So, let’s begin … Find the YouTube clip you want to use before doing anything else. I’m going to use this [.].
  • ELEARNING BROTHERS  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2009
    [2009] Amazing eLearning Flash Template Bundle
    Now only $750. Flash games AND over 30 Flash interactions included in this bundle! These are Flash based templates that are super easy to update. Each template is fully customizable in Flash (we give you the.fla Flash source file). Made to work within most rapid elearning software (Articulate Presenter, Adobe Captivate, Rapid Intake, Adobe Presenter, PowerPoint and more). BONUS: Reuse the templates over and over again in multiple courses…or even other websites and presentations. Specs: Files included: Fla and.swf. Requirements: Flash 8 or newer (CS, CS2, CS3, CS4). Flash Player 8 or newer.
  • UPSIDE LEARNING BLOG  |  SATURDAY, JULY 25, 2009
    [2009] Mobile Learning in India
    Six in ten people (more than 4 billion individuals) around the world are carrying a powerful computing device in their pockets and purses. They don’t realize it, but today’s mobile phones have the computing power of a personal computer from the mid-nineties, while consuming a fraction of the energy and are made at significantly lower cost. In India, the mobile phone has revolutionized communication and India is now one of the fastest growing markets for mobile phone services, with growing usage and increasing penetration. All of these learning processes can be supported through mobile phones.
  • ZAIDLEARN  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2009
    [2009] The Secret - Get 100.000+ Followers On Twitter In 24 Hours!
    ". Would you like to get 16,000 Followers in 90 days & Make Money doing it? ".more more THE SECRET Why think so small! If you first want to think really big, you might as well go for it for real. mean what is 16,000 followers (and in 90 days, come on! Peanuts, man!), even if it is a targeted audience to your personal, or company needs to generate traffic and revenue. Forget all the Twitter Gurus (for a few minutes!), and read carefully the secret to getting (Can't wait! Please, tell me know!). This means that if you follow one million, you will eventually get 100,000 followers. am ready!
  • ALEARNING  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2009
    [2009] How Did You Do in 2009?
    Some of us see the end of the calendar year as a good time to evaluate learning against established industry standards. Benchmarking. Figuring out how we did. Where we stand. And from that, plotting a path through the next year. If your association dedicates more than 30% to alearning, congratulate yourself for moving online for the convenience of your members! – If you’ve experienced a return on your elearning investment, you’ve met the benchmark.  Only 0.9% reported losing money and fewer than 4% reported breaking even. Don’t know if you’re generating revenue?
  • TONY KARRER DELICIOUS LINKS  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2009
    [2009] Twitter As a Learning Tool. Really. - 2009 - ASTD
    Site Map My ASTD Membership Store Home > Learning Circuits > 2009 > Twitter As a Learning Tool. Reprinted from the March 2009 issue of T+D. Request more information or give feedback close Request Information close Name: Email: Comments: 2009 Home American Society for Training & Development About Us Contact Us Terms & Privacy Jobs at ASTD © 2008 ASTD All Rights Reserved 1640 King Street, Box 1443 Alexandria, VA 22313-1443, USA Phone: 703.683.8100 Fax: 703.683.8103. Really. Twitter As a Learning Tool. Really. Here’s a scenario to give trainers pause. It can be Googled.
  • THE ELEARNING COACH  |  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2009
    [2009] The Power Of Visual Grouping
    In the very early stages of vision—before we’re really conscious of it—our perceptual processes are humming away, attempting to organize the sensory data from our eyes into something that might be meaningful. Both the Gestalt psychologists and modern perceptual researchers realized that perception tends to organize information into wholes, rather than parts. For example, you’re most likely grouping the orange shapes above into an arrow, rather than seeing them as separate elements. One powerful way to impart meaning is through visual grouping. Grouping by Boundary or Enclosure.
  • TONY KARRER  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2009
    [2009] Google Wave – Social Learning – Business – eLearning Hot List
    eLearning Learning Hot List June 12, 2009 to June 19, 2009 Top Posts The following are the top posts from featured sources based on social signals. Engaged Learning , June 16, 2009 Opera Unite for Windows/Mac/Linux gives you immediate access to group or personal learning spaces - Ignatia Webs , June 16, 2009 #eden09: educational shift in Japan, using ubiquitous learning by Haruo Nishinosono - Ignatia Webs , June 15, 2009 Is it ever okay to have multiple tweeters for one twOrganization? Browse eLearning Content
  • THE BOGGS E-LEARNING CHRONICLE  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 2009
    [2009] Top Picks for August 2009
    Below are the top picks for the Boggs e-Learning Chronicle's August '09 posts: e-Learning Lingo Podcast: SyberWorks e-Learning Lingo Podcast #102: Teleconferencing SyberWorks LMS e-Learning Implementation Series: SyberWorks LMS e-Learning Implementation Podcast Discusses Performance Management in a Manufacturing Organization SyberWorks e-Learning Podcast Series: SyberWorks e-Learning Podcast Episode #34: Interview with Dana Fine, Senior Instructional Designer at SyberWorks, Inc. Learning Management Systems: An article about e-Learning ROI. elearning. learning management systems.
  • JAY CROSS  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2009
    [2009] LearnTrends 2009: Balance, web 2.0, Internet Time Alliance, DAU
    George Siemens began the day by challenging us to see the world as a set of trade-offs. What’s the optimal balance point? Asking people to jot ideas on the white board, the line that divides presenter from audience began to blur. We’re all audience; we all presenters; it shifts back and forth. Few things are black or white; most are shades of gray. As George said, it’s nutty for only one person to do the talking among a group of 125 people. Group scribbling on the white board proved a catalyst to discussion. As with all of our presentations this week, you had to be there.
  • JAY CROSS'S INFORMAL LEARNING  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 2009
    [2009] August Informal Learning Hot List
    August 1, 2009 to August 30, 2009. Blog – Five Futuristic Interfaces on Display at SIGGRAPH - Technology Review Feed – Tech Review Top Stories , August 3, 2009. How I use social media - Full Circle , August 4, 2009. Five Challenges Social Media Will Bring to Business - HarvardBusiness.org , August 14, 2009. Big Data and Real-time Structured Data Analytics - OReilly Radar , August 13, 2009. Defining the Big Shift - Edge Perspectives with John Hagel , August 2, 2009. 10 Ways to Archive Your Tweets - ReadWriteWeb , August 11, 2009.
  • KAPP NOTES  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2009
    [2009] Random Web 2.0 Statistics
    users report a 20% decrease in communication and travel costs both internally and in external supplier relationships (according to a November 2009 T&D Magazine article, The Wonders of Conversion , quoting a McKinsey & Company Survey ) Production innovation soared by 20% because organizations could receive input from partners and customers quickly and apply feedback to products. percent of all search queries in October 2009.( Here are some interesting Web 2.0 Statistics gathered from a number of different sources. Web 2.0 same source as above) Web 2.0 An estimated 6.8
  • LEARNING WITH E'S  |  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2009
    [2009] Twitter vs blogging
    Tags: blog ALT-C 2009 F-ALT Cloudworks Twitter
  • ELEARNING LEARNING POSTS  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 2009
    [2009] Camtasia - Screencast - Best of eLearning Learning
    August 14, 2009 to August 21, 2009. Models for Learning in a New World Tuesday, August 25, 2009. Engaging Tactics and 7 Essentials Tools for Virtual Classrooms Thursday, August 27, 2009. Facilitating Informal Learning With Your Social Learning System Friday, September 04, 2009. Social Media Revolution - eLearning Technology , August 17, 2009. Top 47 eLearning & Workplace Learning Blogs - Upside Learning Blog , August 20, 2009. Designing For Experts - The eLearning Coach , August 14, 2009. Upside Learning Blog , August 19, 2009.
  • UPSIDE LEARNING BLOG  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2009
    [2009] Augmented Reality in Learning
    There’s been some buzz around Augmented Reality applications that are starting to show up on the web. BMW, GE and Toyota already have this technology at work on their websites. The video from BMW below shows an example where procedural knowledge is embedded within the objects and tools required for the procedure. There are varied ways this type of technology could be used for learning; one immediate application is being able to embed sophisticated training content into the objects and environment. Given our expertise in Flash, we’ll have something to show very soon.
  • THE LEARNING GENERALIST  |  MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2009
    [2009] From Rapid Elearning to Agile Elearning
    Sumeet Moghe, 2009. I'm taking a bit of a focussed detour with my blog for a couple of months. will keep posting about my pet topic of learning, but with the spotlight on online learning. During the next 2 months, I plan to run a series of blogposts called "The Agile Elearning Design Manual". Here's what I promise: Weekly blogposts outlining how you can make your elearning design simpler, rapid, effective and learner centered, using Agile development principles. set of tools and techniques that you can bring to your training team to help you be aces at interactive content creation.
  • ELEARNING WEEKLY  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2009
    [2009] I’m speaking at DevLearn 2009!
    Ok, I’ll admit it: I only wrote this blog post to show off my snazzy new DevLearn 2009 badge: But, since we’re here, I’ll go ahead and let you know that I’ll be presenting two sessions next month at DevLearn: A Case Study of Micro-Blogging for Learning at Qualcomm. Exploring the Benefits of Using WordPress for Learning. will be co-presenting these sessions with John Polaschek , who also works at Qualcomm. Please drop by and say hello if you’re there! Update: I should mention that I have a beard now, so just imagine a hairier version of the picture above.
  • TONY KARRER  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2009
    [2009] What Goes in the LMS?
    Recently I posted on Learning Materials asking the question - What Goes in the LMS? The responses via comments were truly fantastic. In fact, they were too fantastic to have them "buried" as comments. And I wanted to add some of my thoughts, so I'm post again on this topic. Oh, and, as always, the answer is "it depends" - but let's try to come up with a few suggestions. Should go in the LMS - Only finished content. Anything with per-learner, strict tracking requirements. Content that's associated with the course content. Should not go in the LMS - Content that doesn't need strict tracking.
  • CLARK QUINN  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 2010
    [2009] Top Posts of 2009
    Predictions for 2009. welcome your thoughts of what made these the most interesting posts of 2009.  Seeing all the top 10 lists, I thought I’d look at what the top 10 posts were for Learnlets (using Google Analytics), and I have to say that the responses were interesting, as some weren’t the ones I thought were most interesting. suspect that they’re the ones that other people pointed to most for a variety of reasons (including me pointing people to the Broken ID series beginning). Here’s the list: The ‘Least Assistance’ Principle. Learning Twitter Chat!
  • TONY KARRER DELICIOUS LINKS  |  MONDAY, MAY 25, 2009
    [2009] Enterprise 2.0 Knowledge Management - A Revolution of Knowledge in Three Parts
    Knowledge Management Presentations now Available in English | Besser 2.0 // Mrz 13, 2009 at 16:34 [.] 2 Stefan // Mrz 15, 2009 at 20:07 Die Präsentationen sind der HAMMER. Stefan 3 Sorting Thoughts // Mrz 16, 2009 at 21:31 ENTERPRISE 2.0 Part 2 and 3, also available in German …… 4 Kuba Karpel // Mrz 17, 2009 at 13:53 Hi Great work on this guys we are in the middle of implementing point solutions for Enterprise Web 2.0 7 Wochenrückblick 11/09 - Trends « Projekt Management Beratung // Apr 30, 2009 at 09:02 [.] Mai 2009 Enterprise 2.0:
  • LEARNING WITH E'S  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 2009
    [2009] A right punch-up
    Tags: MLE James Clay blog VLE PLE Nick Sharratt Steve Wheeler ALT-C 2009 Graham Attwell #altc2009 CMS
  • ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 2009
    [2009] E-learning in the Mobile World and the Right Business Model to Deliver It
    I think it is safe to say that for most of us the personal computer is the first place we go when we are looking for web-based information; however, new web-ready mobile devices are emerging with increased speed and are blurring the line of what traditionally constitutes a viable endpoint for digital content. Have you seen the new Verizon netbook ? Is it a laptop, a souped-up PDA? Neither, it’s a “ netbook ”—netbooks have been around for awhile now, but the fact that this one was selling for under $200 definitely caught my eye. sign of things to come? What do you think?
  • TONY KARRER  |  TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2009
    [2009] eLearning - Social Media - Mobile Learning
    eLearning Learning Hot List - May 15, 2009 to May 22, 2009 Top Posts The following are the top posts from featured sources based on social signals. Choose the Right Pilot Group - Kapp Notes , May 22, 2009 Presentation: Social Bookmarking with Delicious - Don't Waste Your Time , May 15, 2009 Discovering Instructional Design, Part 1 - The E-Learning Curve , May 19, 2009 Meeting icebreaker-How to get a group to acknowledge differences in perceptions. May 19, 2009 25 Tools: A Toolbox for Learning Professionals 2009 , May 19, 2009 Learning 2.0
  • LEARNING VISIONS  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 2009
    [2009] Instructional Design: What's in a name?
    I stumbled across this on a writer's blog today: "Officially, I’m now an Instructional Designer. fancy term for writing training material." Blog link not provided to protect the innocent]. Koreen Olbrish asks "Is Instructional Design Dead?" If all we do is write training material, then perhaps yes. The debate has raged here and elsewhere as to whether instructional designer's need to have advanced degrees in ID. The ID survey on this blog now has over 200 responses: 62% do not have advanced degrees. We have questioned the value of Instructional Designers. Some folks are curriculum designers.
  • ELEARNING PATH  |  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2009
    [2009] LearnTrends 2009 - Free Online Conference : eLearning Technology
    LearnTrends 2009 - Free Online Conference : eLearning TechnologyHere is a training opportunity that can fit into any budget! Hope to see you there.
  • LEARNING AND WORKING ON THE WEB  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2009
    [2009] 2009: year of the tweet
    Twitter has significantly change how I communicate online. Though I registered in 2007, after having tried tried out Jaiku, I didn’t really adopt micro-blogging until mid 2008. This past year I made around 5,000 Tweets or about 13 a day. Twitter’s constraint of 14o characters is its greatest asset. You can only get one thought or comment out at a time. Once you get used to the medium, it’s much easier than trying to write a blog post, which of course is easier than writing a feature article, let alone a book. Mavens are the senders and receivers of information. 
  • THE WRITERS GATEWAY  |  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 2009
    [2009] Camtasia Tips: How to Increase Call-Out Length
    I have been using Camtasia for sometime now and I thought I must list down some practical tips on using this tool that might be useful to many others who are new to Camtasia like me. would like to especially focus on the issues I faced and how I managed to solve it. One big problem I faced with Camtasia was with  adjusting call-out lengths. In rapid e-learning tools, call-out length indicates the time duration during which the call-out appears onscreen. noticed while using Camtasia that some call-outs in the timeline were expandable and some were not. Such call-outs are not expandable.
  • THE LEARNING GENERALIST  |  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2009
    [2009] Tips for handling QnA in the classroom
    Sumeet Moghe, 2009. Questions are a great tool to facilitate discussion in a classroom. In today's blog post, I want to touch upon the various things one should take care of, when dealing with QnA in a group setting. husband, five wives and a "witch" You won't believe this, but I struggle to remember the different words an open ended question can begin with and I use the mnemonic of "a husband, five wives and a witch" to remind myself of the various questions. You can ask your open ended questions for various reasons. About’  ­ ‘How do you feel about .?’ What questions do you have?
  • INTEGRATED LEARNINGS  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2009
    [2009] What Are You Doing to Motivate Learning?
    by Shelley A. Gable. We all know that attitudes toward training vary greatly in the workplace. Some people seize every professional development opportunity possible and are always eager to learn something new. Many are less enthusiastic. Why are some people less enthusiastic? The reasons are numerous.and even those of us who work in the training field have probably felt less than enthusiastic about some training we've had to complete (I know I have!). Clearly, we should do something to overcome these gripes and motivate people to learn. But how do you motivate people to learn?
  • THE LEARNING GENERALIST  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 2009
    [2009] Using Whitespace and avoiding Logo-fication
    Sumeet Moghe, 2009. Its strange how most TV channels these days have a ticker/ banner scrolling down the bottom of your screen which most people hardly notice. don't think there's a single cricket match in India where the bottom of the screen isn't hijacked by advertisements. This doesn't seem to bother us anymore though. We've just switched ourselves off to these forcible interruptions into our experience. The same goes for news websites and other such resources on the interweb. Take a look at the example below -- this could be just about any website. That's exactly the point.
  • BOZARTHZONE   |  SUNDAY, JULY 26, 2009
    [2009] Handy Job Aid 1
    Zaidlearn posted this the other day in the context of a longer discussion about Bloom's taxonomy. This item is one of the most useful I've seen, linking objectives to possible activities
  • CLIVE ON LEARNING  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 2009
    [2009] Brain rules #3
    Rule 3: Every brain is wired differently In this chapter, John Medina explains how every brain is different from every other: "When you learn something, the wiring in your brain changes." What you do in life physically changes what your brain looks like." Our brains are so sensitive to external inputs that their physical wiring depends upon the culture in which they find themselves." Learning results in physical changes to the brain and these changes are unique to each individual." Students of the same age show a great deal of intellectual variability."
  • TONY KARRER  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 2009
    [2009] Social Media Revolution
    2009 US Department of Education study revealed that on average, online students out performed those receiving face-to-face instruction 1 in 6 higher education students are enrolled in online curriculum 80% of Twitter usage is on mobile devices…people update anywhere, anytime…imagine what that means for bad customer experiences? Great video similar to Did You Know? Here are some of the stats from the video: By 2010 Gen Y will outnumber Baby Boomers….96% last year met via social media Always love to see this. Pretty amazing stuff. eLearning Technology.
  • DONT WASTE YOUR TIME  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2009
    [2009] Resources: Games and Gaming in Education
    A few detailed Google searches later and I find this little page: Selected URLs and other resources for Game-Based Education, e-Learning and Training. Not all the links to the ‘online articles’ further down the page are working  but some further searching will find them easily enough. I’ve selected a few I liked for you below (as well as [.].
  • JANE HART'S PICK OF THE DAY  |  SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2009
    [2009] Top Tools for Learning 2009
    Complete list of tools in the list so far is available at Top Tools for Learning 2009 in the BLUE column. Complete list of tools in the list so far is available at Top Tools for Learning 2009 in the CREAM column. You can see the individual contributions here: 2009 Contributions If you are a learning professional and you'd like to contribute to this list, find out how on the on the Share your Top 10 Tools for. Tags: Top Tools 2009 Although this year's activity has only been open for a few weeks we are seeing some clear leaders. Search. YouTube. Firefox. Twitter.
  • INTEGRATED LEARNINGS  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2009
    [2009] 3 Benefits to Using YouTube in your E-Learning
    YouTube is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get. Well, maybe that's not a good description of YouTube. It's more like the wild west of video. You have to be careful where you go and sometimes you find something completely unexpected. However, with the right set of instructions and proper organization, YouTube can be a great environment for learning. Content authors can take advantage of many of YouTube's features to easily upload video content, organize it, and distribute it. Let's look at three benefits to using YouTube as an e-learning distribution tool.
  • LEARNING VISIONS  |  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2009
    [2009] Cammy Beans Learning Visions: What’s the Difference: Learning Designer vs. Instructional Designer?
    Monday, September 28, 2009 What’s the Difference: Learning Designer vs. Instructional Designer? ASTD TechKnowledge 2010 #tk10 ▼ 2009 (87) ► December (6) ► November (11) ► October (10) ▼ September (7) What’s the Difference: Learning Designer vs. Inst. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. Someone got to my blog the other day by searching on “what’s the difference between learning designers and instructional designers?&# Good question. Is it more all encompassing? Agree.
  • RAPID ELEARNING BLOG  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2009
    [2009] 4 Simple Tips for Recording High-Quality Audio
    Tidbits: I’m at the ASTD 2009 International Conference & Exposition this week. Good audio is critical to your elearning success. You might be a great instructional designer and create the most engaging courses possible. But it all falls apart if the audio quality in your course is not very good. In an earlier post we looked at when it makes sense to consider paying for professional narration. If you have the money, this is a viable option. However, many of you are like Old Mother Hubbard and your cupboard is bare. Today we’ll look at the microphone and recording environment.
  • TONY KARRER  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2009
    [2009] Twitter Captivate Integration
    I mentioned in my post 2009 Predictions How Did I Do? that we are seeing more and more about Add-ins & Mashups as a means to build richer learning experiences. particularly cited a DevLearn demo of twitter being embedded inside Captivate as the basis of a social learning experience. They’ve posted on the Adobe Captivate blog - Collaborative learning using Captivate and Twitter. You can run a demo (18 mins) to see it in action. The basic idea is that students will be able to have a social learning experience utilizing twitter as a messaging systems within a Captivate course.
  • THE E-LEARNING CURVE  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 2009
    [2009] Why is podcasting so successful if 93 percent of communication is nonverbal?
    Internet] Available from: [link] Accessed 31 July 2009 Mehrabian, A. This post on podcasting for e-learning professionals will consider some aspects of narrative, and debunk an urban myth. The term pace has already entered this series of E-Learning Curve Blog articles about creating podcasts. In this post I will discuss pace, and then the related concepts of pitch, projection, and pausing, over the next few days. Now read on. Famously, there are three major elements in human face-to-face communication: body language, voice tonality, and words. rather than comparing all three. Buller, D.
  • LEARNING WITH E'S  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2009
    [2009] All in hand
    Tags: iPod Touch Handheld Learning 2009 Blogger hhl09
  • CLIVE ON LEARNING  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2009
    [2009] The Big Question: How should presenters address multitasking?
    I’m just in time to tackle this month’s Big Question from the Learning Circuits Blog. The question was prompted to some extent by my post Multitasking is now every presenter’s problem , in which I put forward the notion that it wasn’t just webinar presenters who had to deal with their audience multitasking, this was now rife at face-to-face events as well. There were some great responses to the Big Question – I particularly liked the concept of Binge Thinking suggested by Ken Allen. The very best presenters will always hold attention. Life’s too short
  • IN THE MIDDLE OF THE CURVE  |  MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2009
    [2009] Wendy W - Knowledge Gardener
    I read Dr. Karrer's recent prediction that we will morph into "management consultants". dunno - that term seems so charged. think of the overpriced "consultants" that have invaded more than one of my corporate environments because decision-makers won't listen to people from within the organization. It means more if they are spending thousands of dollars for the same advice.) I think of the management gurus who tell us how to play nice with others, climb the corporate ladder, and win friends and influence people. Dr. Karrer talks about how the definition of "management" will change. Maybe.
  • THE E-LEARNING CURVE  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 2009
    [2009] Phases of the 3PD Approach: Discovering Instructional Design 15
    The intent of the Three-Phase Development (3PD) Model was to provide a new focus for the end-to-end learning content and evaluation development process, especially for Web-based teaching and. The E-learning Curve blog shares thought-provoking commentary and practical knowledge for e-learning professionals. Find out more.
  • THE E-LEARNING CURVE  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2009
    [2009] M-Learning: Challenges to E-Learning Pro’s
    In the context of m-learning, the challenge to e-learning professionals is to be smart about how learning content is distributed via mobile devices. Now read on. started this series of. The E-learning Curve blog shares thought-provoking commentary and practical knowledge for e-learning professionals. Find out more.
  • INTEGRATED LEARNINGS  |  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2009
    [2009] 4 Tips to help your training feel "Alive"
    by Jonathan Shoaf. I'm sure you've seen the advertisements for the new Motorola Droid phones. The makers of the phone have gone through a lot of effort to make the phone appear alive and intelligent. One of the things they do is place a pulsating eye on the phone on start up with a voice that says "Droid". The phone gives you feedback everytime you receive a text message or e-mail. When you click on an icon to start an app, the icon's background is highlighted to let you know it received your touch. So how do you make something appear alive? Problem. Solution. 1 - Respond to learner actions.
  • ADVENTURES IN CORPORATE EDUCATION  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2009
    [2009] December Big Question – What did you learn about learning in 2009?
    It’s the last day of December, the last day of 2009, the last day of a decade. But I still want to answer December’s Big Question : What did you learn about learning in 2009? Grad School. Personally, I took five graduate courses (for my Master’s degree in Instructional Systems at FSU). Development of Computer Courseware : I am not sure if learned anything new about learning in this course – I did learn that my organization at EMC does a very good job of creating computer courseware though! Web 2.0 Performance Systems Analysis: This was  my HPT course.
  • THE E-LEARNING CURVE  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 2009
    [2009] Discovering Instructional Design 5: Stages in the Affective Taxonomy
    Goal statements (sometimes called purpose statements) are often used with the Affective Taxonomy. They answer the question, "Why does the student need to learn this material?" Goal statements. The E-learning Curve blog shares thought-provoking commentary and practical knowledge for e-learning professionals. Find out more.
  • LEARNING WITH E'S  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2009
    [2009] Learning with 'e's: The VLE sucks
    Some people actually went as far as to say that the VLE is dead symposium was the centre-piece of ALT-C 2009. Tags: VLE PLE Wolverhampton ALT-C 2009 VLE is dead #VLEundead The ALT-C 'VLE is dead' symposium attracted a huge audience. It was like the Black Hole of Calcutta in that room, as anyone who was there will tell you. Each of our panel of four presented our cases, some arguing for and some against the demise of the VLE. Funeral notices were issued during the Conference. Heated tirades and hissy fits were traded over the blogosphere for weeks beforehand. Undead hmm? undead.
  • TONY KARRER DELICIOUS LINKS  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2009
    [2009] Case Study: Converting an Existing Course to E-Learning - 2009 - ASTD
    Site Map My ASTD Membership Store Home > Learning Circuits > 2009 > Case Study: Converting an Existing Course to E-Learning Case Study: Converting an Existing Course to E-Learning By Bill Qualls Here’s a look at lessons learned from Caliber Data Training’s first endeavor in converting an existing ILT course to e-learning. In 2004, a Caliber Data Training client made the decision to transition from a home grown source code management system to a third-party product. Caliber was contracted in 2005 to develop an instructor-led training (ILT) course on the new product.
  • UPSIDE LEARNING BLOG  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2009
    [2009] Top 50 Mobile Learning Resources
    The ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2009. 2009 Horizon Report. I’ve spent an inordinately long time writing a whitepaper on mobile learning trying to expound our thoughts about it and how it might be used in the workplace. ve been doing some research around it and I’ve documented some of the better links I’ve come across. Again, as with the links I posted about Games and Simulation, these aren’t categorized in any way nor does the order assume any significance. Apple Education. Mobile Learning Transforming the Delivery of Education and Training.
  • IGNATIA WEBS  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2009
    [2009] the mobile project update 1: html + mp4 + mobile moodle
    As I started writing the previous week , we are working on a mobile module that is accessible by a lot of (I know it is vague for now, but I will make it more substantial soon) mobile devices. The models we aim for are currently iPhone 3G, Nokia N95 and HTC TyTn. We have been dabbling with some applications, but let's face it, going back to basics normally gives the best result. It might not be sounding sexy, but it does deliver all: the HTML + CSS + mp4 set will be our main coding set for the mobile modules we are planning to give. what more would one want? It really looks nice.
  • TONY KARRER  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 2009
    [2009] Hungry to Connect
    Nancy Devine has been really helping me recently with comments on my blog on posts Topic Hubs , Good Writing , Search , Corporate Training. But it was a twitter comment (side note: Twitter Forces us to Transmit the Big Idea ) that really made me pause and go – wow, I need to think about that: @tonykarrer people are hungry to connect w/others, to talk about things that matter to them, to learn. This is so very true. Look at the speakers in SharePoint Update who came and willingly pitched in and helped. Why – because it's a topic that matters to them and they could connect with others to learn.
  • TONY KARRER  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 2009
    [2009] Top 99 Workplace eLearning Blogs
    I just saw a post by Amit Garg Top 47 eLearning & Workplace Learning Blogs. His list was very similar to the list of sources that eLearning Learning includes. It made me wonder how many sources does eLearning Learning include? Turns out it's exactly 99. Please let me know if I'm missing any blogs that produce good content on eLearning and more particularly Workplace eLearning that would make sense to include. eLearning Learning is looking for a bit deeper posts that focus on applied issues. The full feed provides snippets from each source. It's Tony Karrer delicious links.
  • KAPP NOTES  |  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2009
    [2009] Facebook--Good for Your Memory: Twitter--Not So Much
    A study recently released by Dr. Tracy Alloway of Scotland’s University of Stirling found that using Facebook stretches a person's “working memory” (short-term or recent memory), while Twitter, YouTube and text messaging tend to weaken it. Bad news for all you Twanker's in a Twance.* She states in the article, Facebook 'enhances intelligence' but Twitter 'diminishes it', claims psychologist The ''instant'' nature of texting, Twitter and YouTube was not healthy for working memory. On Twitter you receive an endless stream of information, but it's also very succinct,'' said Dr Alloway. Design
  • BRAVE NEW ORG  |  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2009
    [2009] Is The Root of All Evil the B.Ed Program?
    It could be argued that however it’s referred to, wherever it’s offered, teacher preparation programs (sometimes referred to as ITE – Initial Teacher Education) are the cause of a continued reliance on the all-instructor-led model and less on a formal, informal, social mix of pedagogy or andragogy. These programs are otherwise known as the gateway to the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) degree; the entitlement to professionally teach, at least in the K-12 arena. That’s it? Well, there’s more. graduated from a B.Ed and, if there is one, teach to the provincial exam). If we can reshape the B.Ed
  • UPSIDE LEARNING BLOG  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 2009
    [2009] Casual and Serious Digital Games for Learning – Some Considerations
    We receive requests for information about game-based learning development services. Customers have determined that using digital games is a good choice, but aren’t quite certain about whether it’s a casual or serious game they need. There are pronounced differences between casual and serious games. d like to delve a bit deeper into differences I see as being more important when deciding which way to go. The differences between casual and serious games seem to lie squarely in two domains: Instructional Outcomes, and Use of Technology. Cisco – The Binary Game. SaveAndInvest.org - Moneytopia.
  • DESIGNED FOR LEARNING  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2009
    [2009] Asking the right questions
    A Zen saying goes like this - "Only the crystal-clear question yields a transparent answer". The importance and value of asking the right question has been established by many. What is a right question one may ask? Well, I believe that the right question has an answer that opens our eyes to better understanding and greater knowledge. right question is also one that is asked at the right time. But I have a question. Are we giving our learners the opportunity to ask the right questions within the training that we develop for them?
  • TONY KARRER DELICIOUS LINKS  |  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2009
    [2009] 40 Great Resources for Developing a Community Management Strategy « emergent by design
    emergent by design Home About 40 Great Resources for Developing a Community Management Strategy 2009 November 13 tags: community , community management , Media , Social Media , strategy by Venessa Miemis A practical guide for Community Management strategies, best practices, and resources. Tools for Community Managers: Networks & Social Media Guidelines The Community Roundtable Database of 107 Social Media Policies Expectations & Salary What is an online community manager ? Brian Solis, @briansolis) Shepherding 2.0 am happy to be part of it. Reply Click here to cancel reply.
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