Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ
FEBRUARY 22, 2011
This month's LCBQ is What are your Predictions and Plans for 2011? Tony Bates - eLearning Outlook for 2011 1. Learning Analytics 6. Of course, you can’t look at learning in 2011 without mentioning mobile learning. Analytics will be the buzzphrase of the year. Some Mobile Learning Predictions for 2011 Mobile learning will get its own identity. Learning apps.
Learning with e's
SEPTEMBER 3, 2012
As was identified in the 2011 NMC Horizon Report ( I served on the advisory board of the UK JISC version), it seems that learner analytics is going to be a big thing for education over the next four to five years. universities Technology learner analytics student data systems education college Open Colleges schools learning personalised learningUnported License.
eLearning Conferences 2011
NOVEMBER 11, 2010
This list is focused mostly on the first half of the year: January to June 2011. link] January 2011 January 2-5, 2011 International Conference on Distributed Computing and Networking (ICDCN), 12 th , Bangalore, India. link] January 3-5, 2011 International College Teaching and Learning Conference, sponsored by the Clute Institute for Academic Research, Maui, Hawaii, USA.
Working Smarter: Most popular posts of 2011
DECEMBER 17, 2011
January 1, 2011 to December 17, 2011. Network thinking - Harold Jarche , December 15, 2011. 5 Stages of Workplace Learning (Revisited) - Jane Hart , December 6, 2011. 12 Themes for 2012: what we can expect in the year ahead - Ross Dawson , December 4, 2011. Open Learning Analytics: A proposal - George Siemens , December 10, 2011. March 29, 2011.
The Democratization of Learning
JUNE 12, 2011
I use social media analytics. Analytics allow me to identify consumer sentiment and trends in order to accommodate our customers better. So, why can’t instructional designers use social analytics to learn which courses are having the greatest impact? Learning Solutions Magazine marketing Reddit social analytics social learning social media Terrence Wing
Horizon Report 2011 – Electronic Books And Mobiles
FEBRUARY 11, 2011
The Horizon report for 2011 has been published and is available for download. Further on the time horizon are learning analytics and gesture based computing. I’d referred to last year’s report in one of my posts at the time. This year, the predict mainstream adoption of electronic books and mobiles.
Rapid Instructional Design for Accelerated Learning
OCTOBER 6, 2011
Its origin in the military explains why it is overly linear, analytical, verbal, left-brained, academic, top-down, and prescriptive. Created in the military during World War II, the Instructional Systems Design (ISD) model has dominated curriculum design for the last 40 years. It is still taught in universities and by most train-the-trainer firms. It is too top-down and controlling.
Emerging Asynchronous Conversation Models
JUNE 22, 2011
Talkwheel’s dashboard organization allows teachers to organize all their classes and projects in one centralized location, while Talkwheel's analytics helps teachers and administrators quantitatively monitor their students’ progress throughout the year. Particularly we focused on the implications of TalkWheel, Quora and Namesake. We also see it in twitter (see Twitter for Learning ).
Top 50 Posts on Working Smarter for May 2011
MAY 31, 2011
May 1, 2011 to May 31, 2011. List of the top 100 Twitter influencers in Australia - Ross Dawson , May 31, 2011. CERT and performance support - Clark Quinn , May 31, 2011. Monday Video – Doodling - Nancy White , May 31, 2011. MoveOn Co-Founder Talks Social Networking - Jay Cross , May 31, 2011. 5 Reasons Why Activity Streams Will Save You From Information Overload - Luis Suarez , May 4, 2011. A big question - David Weinberger , May 1, 2011. This will be fun: Mother of all MOOCs - George Siemens , May 19, 2011. Learning 2.0
Lurking is Not a Static State
JULY 20, 2011
The analytics told me that over 40% of the users are Active Users (a term Jive uses to describe all users who log in to consume content without necessarily interacting with the content in any manner). Lurking and its role in communities has been on the forefront of my mind for the past few days. They are lurking on the edge, consuming content. They are the free riders. Not really.
A Conversation with Reuben Tozman
MAY 9, 2011
So the impact of semantic web technologies and cloud computing doesn’t only impact the learning materials and the model for learning, but clearly affects the analytics around learning as well. One of the great things about my travels is that I get to speak with all kinds of interesting folks who are thinking about learning is new and innovative ways. Here is a summary of a great conversation I had with Reuben Tozman who I met one night at a conference (actually, we weren’t at the conference venue we were out getting a bite to eat and something to drink). industry
2011 LMS Award Winners plus a quick note on m-learning
DECEMBER 5, 2011
Standalone mobile platform – it has its own reporting, analytical information, etc. Award winners for 2011. The 2011 Open Source Commercial System of the Year goes to . 2011 Commercial System of the Year. Awards LMS m-learning mobile learning Open Source 2011 award winners Absorb LMS Docebo elearninfo itslearning Learning Maestro 5 learning management systems Taleo Talent ManagementInitially I was going to provide a list of all my award winners including web conferening, stand alone mobile learning, etc., Mobile Learning. Here are the spins. Reality.
5 E-Learning Forecasts for 2012
DECEMBER 20, 2011
In 2011, I saw quite a few items that resonated. I will admit it is one of the most disappointing features that failed to deliver in 2011. LMS streamlined functionality – some reports, minor analytical date, e-mail messaging (I have even seen SMS – sweet), batch uploading of users and yes, I have seen two vendors add some tracking functionality. Every year, I identify five trends that I am seeing in the industry as a whole, and forecast on where they will be heading throughout the year. Here now are five trends and their respected forecasts. Brainstorming?
Resources from my presentation at Innovations in e-learning Symposium
JUNE 9, 2011
in press) A meta-analytic examination of the instructional effectiveness of computer-based simulation games. 2010) A meta-analytic examination of the effectiveness of computer-based simulation games. in press) A meta-analytic examination of the instructional effectiveness of computer-based simulation games. Once again, hats of to Chris St. Thanks everyone for attending. 2006).
MOOC Analytics: What Corporate Training Can Learn from Big Data
Your Training Edge
JUNE 24, 2013
According to the ASTD 2012 State of the Industry Report, in 2011 U.S. The current model in training analytics is “small data” – data based on reports, assessments, and so on from small numbers of learners. In a 2012 report on educational data mining and learning analytics , the U.S. CPD Featured Posts Learning & Development MOOC Training big data mooc mooc analytics What parts of your training program are the most effective? The least effective? When are your employees really engaged and when are they daydreaming? Did you get that? When is intervention required?
Our Takeaways from DevLearn 2011
NOVEMBER 11, 2011
I made Friday my “stretch” day with extra coffee and two sessions that expanded my knowledge of backend analytics, tracking, and reporting. The final concurrent session I attended was Dr. Phil Ice ’s Applying Analytics to Instructional Design. This week I attended my first DevLearn, and as hyped as it was in the months prior to the event, it did not disappoint. Here are my highlights.
Baseball, Big Data, And Learnings From Advanced Analytics
JULY 24, 2012
As the 2011 Cardinals’ season surprised everyone, I found myself thinking and talking about baseball more than usual. The University of Southern California (USC) Annenberg Innovation Lab (AIL), in partnership with IBM , is using advanced analytics technologies to uncover hidden sentiment from the Twitterverse around this year’s post-season play, for instance. In St.
#TK11 Keynote: Google’s Karen Wickre and Ann Farmer
FEBRUARY 3, 2011
Analytics Part 2: Ann Farmer How successful communications work – ambiguity and encoding… @ Google everyone and everybody contributes to the intranet… On Twitter, hashtags provide context. These are my live blogged notes from Thursday’s keynote at ASTD TK11 with Karen Wickre (Global Communications Team) and Ann Farmer from Google. 100 Twitter accts, 20 FB pages…this is all for Google corporate info (how tos product news, etc.) No dedicates editors – no long approval chains. Writing by individuals not execs. Corporate Comms oversees the internal process for blogs, etc. astd tk11
You can't get a cloud in your hand
Clive on Learning
OCTOBER 6, 2011
I had links to all my favourite blogs, assorted badges, and code snippets to Google Analytics, Technorati and all sorts of other stuff. With iCloud appearing on the horizon, I was reminded yesterday of just how vulnerable you become when you trust all your data to a third party to store for you online. I made a simple change to my Blogger template and pressed Save. Some bug in Google's software then rendered my blog as a complete dog's dinner of code. My instinct was to revert to the previous version and put this down to experience. Surely, there must be a copy of my template somewhere.
Resources from CSTD Webinar
JUNE 16, 2011
in press) A meta-analytic examination of the instructional effectiveness of computer-based simulation games. 2010) A meta-analytic examination of the effectiveness of computer-based simulation games. in press) A meta-analytic examination of the instructional effectiveness of computer-based simulation games. Thanks everyone for attending. 2006). Reference: Baylor, A. 2005).
Don’t be Complacent and Content
OCTOBER 27, 2011
Here we’re talking investing in the underlying infrastructure to leverage the possibilities of analytics, semantics and more, and content architecture is a part of that. Yesterday I attend SDL’s DITAFest. While it’s a vendor-driven show, there were several valuable presentations and information to help get clearer about designing content. Let me put this a bit in context.
Tackling Wicked Problems Using an Iterative Approach
JANUARY 7, 2011
It is linear, logical, and analytical. Some problems are so complex that you have to be highly intelligent and well-informed just to be undecided about them. Laurence J. Peter Recently, while doing a keyword search for complexity , I stumbled across an article called Wicked Problems. The first paragraph of the said article caught my attention. That is precisely why they are called wicked.
eLearning Conferences 2012
DECEMBER 23, 2011
Note also that some events will be cancelled at a later date, such as those in Tunisia and Egypt in early 2011. link] January31-February 1, 2012 iLearning ParisForum 2011, 7 th , Espace Champerret, Paris, France. link] March 5-7, 2012 Analytics Symposium: Engaging Executives with World-ClassReporting, Intercontinental Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. The event was last held March16-18, 2011 in Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil. link] April18-21, 2012 International Conference on CloudComputing and Services Sciences (CLOSER 2011), 2 nd , Porto,Portugal. What’sNext?,
Initial reflections on Slow Learning #change11
DECEMBER 6, 2011
This is where deep analytics and semantics could generate some real interesting outcomes. I have to say that I found the comments on my initial post very interesting and challenging. A couple of themes have emerged that partly I want to elaborate on, and partly want to reflect upon. I believe in, and do try, ‘learning out loud’, so I’ll both try to elaborate and draw myself up short. I want to unpack that a bit. One of the issues is, for me, where you want to learn, and where you don’t. If we’re self-aware learners. What curricula are being used?
14 Top Learning, Technology & Media Links: Weekly Digest – 18
MARCH 22, 2011
A study released by Massachusetts-based application analytics firm Localytics, today confirms the suspicion that we both love and are quickly bored by our mobile applications. This time we decided to do our homework, pack our bags and take a trip down the school days. Yes, we have covered it all from QR codes in education to replacing smartboards with iPads. Read to know the answer.
Slow Learning – #change11
DECEMBER 3, 2011
There’s lots more: addressing the epistemology of learners, mobile technologies, meta-learning & 21st C skills, and deep analytics and semantic systems, to name a few, but I think we need to start with the right conceptions. This is a longer post launching my week in the #change11 MOOC (Massively Open Online Course). . Our formal learning approaches too often don’t follow how our brains really work. We have magic now; we can summon up powerful programs to do our bidding, gaze through webcams across distances, and bring anyone and anything to pretty much anywhere. Readings. 1991).
Impact of informal learning: output learning #LCBQ
Challenge to Learn
MARCH 3, 2011
There are all kinds of tools available like Google analytics that can give you a great insight in which content is used, how often it is used and who uses it. The question of the month #LCBQ is: How do you assess whether your informal learning, social learning, continuous learning and performance support initiatives have the desired impact or if they achieve the desired results? The how.
Give User Adoption the Respect it Deserves | Social Learning Blog
MAY 16, 2011
Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Give User Adoption the Respect it Deserves by Paul on May 17, 2011 in user adoption User adoption is the single biggest challenge when implementing new technology – it is now and it has been for 15 years. Capture the attention of the target population of users within the enterprise.
Future of Talent
NOVEMBER 15, 2011
Transparency, analytics, and privacy. Once a year, my friend Kevin Wheeler hosts a retreat focused on the Future of Talent and major trends in human resources. I’m writing this post in a conference room overlooking the Pacific in Santa Cruz, California, sitting with a dozen senior talent managers. Rise of social business. Connecting and sharing are how business is done. Just Jay
Selecting a LMS: Which one is the right one for you?
NOVEMBER 28, 2011
They offer a couple of reports, some are now adding basic analytics, batch upload of users and email messaging. Analytics are limited, same thing with reports – the key essentials are there, nothing more. That said, their analytics are not as robust as say your typical standard system (I will say I’ve seen some standard systems that are not as good as a few Lite systems – that standout). Find the right system is never easy, especially in today’s market. As a potential customer, selecting a system quickly, based on specific features is long gone.
Two Takes on the Future of Workplace Learning
FEBRUARY 21, 2011
At Brightwave’s recent Learning Technologies 2011 Exhibition , a group of trainers, training managers, and other learning and development pros offered up their best forecasts. Learning Analytics. Online Training distance education e-learning learning analyticsWhat’s on the horizon for learning and development technologies over the next few years? The Future is Mobile.
March’s #LCBQ- Assessing Informal Learning – Are you an accountant or financial adviser?
Spark Your Interest
MARCH 8, 2011
For example, I signed up for LAK11 – Learning Analytics ( Google Group is here - may be able to access more information through it) , because I was interested in seeing what we might do with assessment and analytics moving forward. So, for me, the term assessment needed a finer point, I want to know why we are assessing. . affect change in our industry?
Product Review: Litmos LMS
FEBRUARY 26, 2011
Analytics and thus reports are not as robust as some of the standard systems, typically lesser amount of reports than a standard system. Lastly, the system enables you to activate google analytics within it. So what makes a Lite LMS different from a Standard LMS? If you exceed your storage allotment, Lite systems usually charge for additional storage. Standard 93%. Lite 7%. Average.
New Horizon Report: Alan Levine – Mindmap
APRIL 20, 2011
This evening I had the delight to hear Alan Levine present the New Media Consortium’s New Horizon Report for 2011 to the ASTD Mt. For the longer term (4-5 years), the two concepts were gesture-based computing and learning analytics. Diablo chapter. As often happens, I mindmapped it. Their process is interesting, using a Delphi approach to converge on the top topics. technolog