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10 Social Media Tools For Learning

The eLearning Coach

Elgg is a social networking engine and publishing platform for running your own social networking site on a public or private server. Wikispaces is one of the more popular wiki applications, with its reputation for ease of use and varied pricing models, from free to Private Label. Do you have a training or information need that could benefit from a social media strategy?

Learning Management: What does a Training Company need an LMS for?

Upside Learning

This is linked to the requirement on white-labeling (mentioned further in this post) where the company wants to go as a self-sustaining provider to its customers. Branding of the system Most of our customers have wanted the system to be white-labeled (which means that the LMS carries no reference to the actual developer/vendor and is branded entirely as a system belonging to the company). The flexibility to offer a white-labeled system, even at additional cost, is a big plus. Who’s who in the LMS? Ability to modify email body, recipients, etc.

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Rapid Learning Management Systems

Tony Karrer

White Label For their existing customers, they should be able to point them to a system that looks just like their own site. I've been asked numerous times over the past couple of years by various types of people and companies a very similar question: I plan to or have been conducting and charging for training workshops for clients. I'd like to creating this as self-paced eLearning possibly with other capabilities as well. And I want to charge for this. How can I do that? Ideally, they would offer it both publicly for fee and as well to particular clients. It's hosted. Systems?

Top 100 eLearning Items

Tony Karrer

Introducing The Conversation Prism eLearning Trends 2007 and 2008 TechCrunch White Label Social Networking Platforms Chart How to Insert YouTube Videos in PowerPoint Presentations LinkedIn Tips and Tweaks: Do More with your LinkedIn Account Introduction to Wikis, Blogs, Social Bookmarking, Social Networking and RSS Corporate Policies on Web 2.0 Using eLearning Learning , I thought it would be interesting to go look what it thinks are some of the top items of all time. Tools Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0 Tools - A Summary PR 2.0: Browse eLearning Content

Learning Management: What does a Training Company need an LMS for?

Upside Learning

This is linked to the requirement on white-labeling (mentioned further in this post) where the company wants to go as a self-sustaining provider to its customers. Branding of the system Most of our customers have wanted the system to be white-labeled (which means that the LMS carries no reference to the actual developer/vendor and is branded entirely as a system belonging to the company). The flexibility to offer a white-labeled system, even at additional cost, is a big plus. Who’s who in the LMS? Ability to modify email body, recipients, etc.

Social Networking Providers

aLearning

If your assocation has decided to incorporate an internal social network (&# white label network&# ) — a network that resides in your Web space, attached to your Web site and usually connected to your AMS, as opposed to FaceBook, LinkedIn, and other publicly-available systems — then you’ll want to get your hands on this new white paper from Socialfish. The white paper provides a good model for the sorts of questions you can ask to begin exploring those companies. Get your copy of the white paper here: [link].

Fixing the Furnace

aLearning

Others have incorporated their “white label&# or internal social networking systems. Many of you know that my husband and I decided to pursue the alternative lifestyle of “full-time RVing,&# and we’ve been travelling the country for more than six months. We’ve learned a lot, but our biggest lesson has been that things break. They break in an RV faster than with a house, and they are a pain to fix (because of the way RVs are built — from the interior out). A few months ago, our furnace started rattling. Most use listservs and discussion groups. Ooops!