Want ‘Facebook’ In Your LMS?
JUNE 7, 2011
It also helps in creating material that educates customers and addresses their needs in a more organized fashion. need ‘Facebook’…. Of late one of the things I’ve heard from prospects and clients is “I need Facebook in my LMS. The central idea often is also expressed as “I want to create some PULL for the learning that we provide in our organization.
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. Of course, you can’t look at learning in 2011 without mentioning mobile learning. Some Mobile Learning Predictions for 2011 Mobile learning will get its own identity. Here are my top 10 eLearning predictions for 2011. We would welcome lots of discussion.
Six Obstacles To Building Communities In Organizations
FEBRUARY 4, 2016
” This is one of the most inclusive descriptions that captures the various threads and reasons for building communities in organizations. Yet, this is where organizations are struggling. IMHO, it is time to let go and show more trust in the very employees that the organization has selected through well-defined recruitment and interviewing processes. 4. ” 3.
Using a Skills Hierarchy to Organize eLearning Content
JULY 20, 2011
Using different colors helped keep it organized by group. You might also be interested in our page on Facebook or Twitter feed By Dean Hawkinson. Imagine that you have been assigned the task of creating a series of eLearning courses to teach a particular job. In addition, this job is quite complicated with numerous skills and tasks that need to be taught. Hints.
Enterprise mLearning Predictions for 2011
JANUARY 2, 2011
It is time once again to ponder the research, extrapolate on recent experience, and attempt to read the tea leaves so we can predict the future of enterprise mobile learning in 2011. After such an exciting and rewarding 2010, my predictions for the coming year seem broader and more varied given the fast changing dynamics of the marketplace and accelerated adoption of mobile learning by organizations of all sizes. 1. If 2010 was the year of the pilot, then 2011 will be the year of the deployment. mLearning Engagements Expand. Device Diversity is the “New Normal”.
Emerging Asynchronous Conversation Models
JUNE 22, 2011
This organization makes the conversation seem more like a roundtable discussion. Patrick tells us: Talkwheel’s design makes class conversations easier to follow, more interactive, and more effectively organized. Quora is a Q&A site nicely integrated with Facebook that has done a good job providing a means to ask questions and get answers. eLearning Technology.
Learning And Social Networks
JULY 12, 2011
Unlike Facebook or Twitter where one accesses the ‘firehose’ of data that one subscribes to and is dependent on the Friends/Following, and where users mostly use features like groups/lists etc to sort out noise from the stream, Plus uses a different approach and lets users create ‘circles’ that allow them to separate streams. For now, it remains a geeky sort of place.
eFront Best Open Source Solution Announced as Honoree for Best of ELearning! 2011
SEPTEMBER 7, 2011
2011 Awards. 2011 winners will be announced at the Enterprise Learning! Conference & Expo on September 28th, 2011. magazines and reaches over 2 million executives, practitioners and professionals all evaluating or implementing enterprise learning and workplace technologies across their organizations each year. Follow us on Twitter Join us on Facebook Connect with us on LinkedIn Visit our Blog. best open source solution eFront LMS efront the best alternative to moodle eFront Best Open Source Solution Features Honoree for Best of ELearning 2011
Brain Rules for Learning: Who Knew? We All Did. | Social Learning Blog
APRIL 14, 2011
by Andrea on April 15, 2011 in Classroom Learning , Informal Learning , Training Development , blended learning , eLearning , social learning Recently, I was lucky enough to attend a keynote speech by Dr. John Medina on his book Brain Rules at the eLearning Guild’s Learning Solutions 2011 conference. We All Did. The rules really come down to common sense. What did you do?
Google Plus: Initial Impressions
JUNE 30, 2011
It shouldn’t be surprising that I’m making lots of comparison to Facebook which is the defacto social networking standard right now. Circles is a great way of organizing and separating feeds; unlike Facebook’s fire-hose in your face approach. Does it compare to Facebook? I’d say yes, will the masses leave Facebook and embrace +(Plus)? Have you tried it?
Social Networking – A Contrarian View
AUGUST 17, 2011
Sure, lots of companies want to replicate ‘Facebook’ behind the firewall; safe from prying eyes, but open enough for employees to freely express themselves. Has your organization implemented a social networking platform? Today, I’m going to adopt a contrarian view. But we must ask, are the ‘social media/networking systems’ out there promoting this learning?
Call to Action: 3 Big Reasons You Need a Portfolio
NOVEMBER 9, 2011
Here are just a few ideas: Reach out to local non-profits, charitable organizations - even your kids' school teacher. Volunteer to design some communications, create a brief course, or organize a "Parent University". but it helped raise enough money to get the organization off the ground. Connect with others via LinkedIn , Twitter , Facebook , etc. Win and win. Think.
Social Learning Cannot Be A Bolt-On Strategy
MAY 18, 2015
To facilitate social learning, an organization has to become a social business first. An organization cannot bolt on social learning just as it cannot bolt on a few Facebook and Twitter-like tools and call itself a social business. hierarchical, permission-driven organization will find it very difficult to get employees to collaborate or cooperate voluntarily.
ADDIE isn't Dead; it's just more Agile
MARCH 27, 2011
Wow, that would be performance improvement in an organization. You might also be interested in our page on Facebook or Twitter feed. By Jay Lambert. Readers of this blog know that I've been a big defender of ADDIE ( Adapting 20th Century Training Models for the Future , ADDIE isn't Dead, how can it be? , etc.). No ADDIE isn't dead. But it is evolving. What do you think?
Why Companies Should Spend More on Social Learning | Social.
MAY 4, 2011
Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Why Companies Should Spend More on Social Learning by Paul on May 5, 2011 in Informal Learning , blended learning , social learning Companies are spending next to nothing on social learning, and their frugality is going to come back to haunt them. Can you say future book deal?
Kirkpatrick Revisited | Social Learning Blog
APRIL 17, 2011
said in my last post that Kirkpatrick’s four levels were all about the training itself rather than how the training affects organizations. Tom Gram, in the February 17, 2011 post on his Performance X Design blog, says that our training programs are working when we can point to evidence and linkages in performance terms. Kirkpatrick is now saying that we need to start with Level 4.
IMU Student Blogging Project to Promote a Healthy Lifestyle!
JANUARY 11, 2011
To really connect with the youth in an inspiring and engaging way, this hard working project team mashed-up their own original graphics, directed and recorded a short Abstinence Educational Video , set up a Facebook page , and used Xtranormal to create this cool animated video: In one word: AWESOME! Harvard University - Facebook ). Surely that is more inspiring and exciting, right?
Top 10 Free and Open Source eLearning Projects to Watch for 2012
DECEMBER 24, 2011
Nowadays small and medium size organizations (SMEs), educational institutions, and independent consultants struggle to adopt an expensive eLearning solution. Follow us on Twitter Join us on Facebook Connect with us on LinkedIn Free eLearning Resources Visit our channel on YouTube Top 10 open source eLearning project to watch for 2012 View more presentations from Christopher Pappas.
Learning In The Future – Exploring Five Themes
JUNE 2, 2011
We’ve gone from attending eLearning conferences to mLearning conferences; it’s just around the corner from mLearnCon 2011. Given I’m only looking at a decade, it made better sense to organize these thoughts around themes rather than elucidating them individually. Lifestreaming – Persistent and Always On – Twitter, facebook are only the first wave of lifestreaming. It’s been a trying time of the year; erratic schedules, vacations and finding time to introspect has meant I’ve not blogged over the last month or so. Will they even impact learning? Only time will tell.
Make Learning Supportive and Available Everywhere
MAY 16, 2011
This year's 2011 Lectora user conference provided my first opportunity to hear learning futurist Elliot Masie ( of The Masie Center ) speak live; he didn't disappoint. One thing that struck me was how often Masie recommended that just-in-time electronic performance support would often meet an organization's needs instead of traditional training. How is your organization responding?
Steve Rosenbaum – Curation Nation - #devlearn keynote
NOVEMBER 3, 2011
These are my live notes from DevLearn November 4, 2011 in Las Vegas. Facebook now stores 140 billion photographs. July 2010 – the US time spent online – when it changed to open architecture where everyone is a publisher – that’s where Facebook usage starting far outstripping all the other sites. Steve says he often goes to Facebook now first to find people.) In the last 6 months it’s just gotten harder to find things. Organizations have to trust your people. It’s not Facebook. Curation is a good news/bad news thing. The is too much signal. Iran is #5.
Preparing a massive open online course on mLearning, balancing old and new thinking
FEBRUARY 3, 2011
A couple of weeks ago I started to structure an idea I had on organizing an MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on the subject of mLearning. At this point in time I did create online sites (twitter, facebook, google group,) to create an open (and free) course environment. In the next couple of weeks I will post about the process, and some of my thoughts as I build the course.
The Power of Your Network | Social Learning Blog
FEBRUARY 9, 2011
Business networking not only brings new business and new talent, but it supports collaboration – whether it’s collaborating with internal team members or making connections outside of the organization. Networking comes naturally for some people, but not-so-much for others. So big deal, you say. Why is networking so important anyway? Your business networks can be your most valuable resources!
6 Alternatives To Bullet Lists
The eLearning Coach
JULY 13, 2011
In the computer literacy example below, different multimedia file formats (on the right) are organized into a table by media type (on the left) rather than using four separate bullet lists. Join me on Facebook for more about eLearning, graphics and instructional design. Bullets make lists of important points easy to read. The trick for going beyond bullets is to think visually.
Blending social and mobile
AUGUST 16, 2011
Its roots are NOT in mobile learning as social became a hit with the advent of social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook – which emerged before mobile phones gave access to these sites. The concepts of social learning and informal learning are intertwined with social tools such as Facebook, blogs, microblogs (e.g. This is part 2: Blending social and mobile. Mobile Learnin
JANUARY 5, 2011
News from the e-learning frontier Pages Home About Community Free e-Learning Resources Contribute to the e-Learning Community 1/02/2011 Top 10 Open Source e-Learning Projects to Watch for 2011 2011 is the e-Learning year! However, nowadays small and medium size organizations struggle to adopt an expensive e-Learning solution. January 3, 2011 11:31 AM Christoforos Online said.
Fundamental Design of Learning Activities
FEBRUARY 23, 2011
There were challenges that went with the mysterious thing called eLearning: it was very difficult to swap content out of one system into another, which was forcing lock-in to vendors as organizations were adopting learning content that was tethered to the systems that tracked it. As McGonigal (2011) might put it, participation is where this model is prone to the most challenges.
Twitter as Social Learning: Seven Ways to Facilitate the Exchange.
MARCH 13, 2011
Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Twitter as Social Learning: Seven Ways to Facilitate the Exchange of Information by Paul on March 14, 2011 in social learning Most of us in the adult learning industry have already found and incorporated Twitter into our everyday lives. Twitter gets a bad rap. Blog this! Properly d.
Learning and Working on the Web
DECEMBER 15, 2011
One major challenge in helping organizations improve collaboration and knowledge-sharing is getting people to see themselves as nodes in various networks, with different types of relationships between them. Provide options for workers to come and go and give them ways to stay connected when they’re not employed (like Ericsson’s Stay Connected Facebook group). ” 5.
#TK11 Keynote: Google’s Karen Wickre and Ann Farmer
FEBRUARY 3, 2011
Facebook – a consumer marketing platform – great for promotions, contest, activities, feedback on naming things, civic and community involvement Communicate with an educational mindset. Supporting existing online training: Phase 1: Organize existing online: – this is a gadget, loads anywhere someone wants it – Sifting terms – browse for training via specific keyboards Phase 2: Wanted to support volunteers who were not IDs. Volunteer makes selection and then gets panel instructions… Organizing info and making it findable. There is no one way to organize data.
Michio Kaku #devlearn opening keynote
NOVEMBER 2, 2011
With this genome we can grow new organs from our own cells… Today we can grow skin, bladders, blood… Learning will be everywhere – in your car, in your living room, in your bathroom… In the year 2020, when computer chips cost a penny – we can grow organs, we can revolutionize learning itself! The Internet, Facebook and Twitter – spread democracy. These are my live notes from today’s devlearn keynote. Forgive typos and omissions! Michio Kaku: author of Physics of the Future. Education hasn’t changed much in 2000 years. Moore’s Law – computers double in power every 18 months.
ADDIE isn't dead; how can it be?
MARCH 20, 2011
It's during this phase that we define an organization's true business need and determine whether or not that need can be resolved via training. It's the only way to prove that our industry is making an impact within organizations; and, let's face it, it's the only way to keep our budgets intact so that we can continue with our efforts. Our intiatives are supposed to make things better for both the learner and the organization; evaluation is the only way to know if that is happening. You might also be interested in our page on Facebook or Twitter feed. By Jay Lambert.
Leveraging the Law of the Few to Manage Change in the Workplace.
FEBRUARY 20, 2011
Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Leveraging the Law of the Few to Manage Change in the Workplace by Paul on February 21, 2011 in social learning If you’ve paid any attention to the adult learning landscape over the last few years, you know that the new social learning push is being fueled by the emergence of social media.
What does an mLearning participant look like?
MAY 18, 2011
Recently, there has been a lot of buzz around Mobile Learning, or mLearning for short, and how it is changing the face of learning in organizations. Obviously, there is a lot to consider when evaluating mLearning as an alternative delivery method for your organization. Do you have any other ideas as to what types of learners would benefit from mLearning, or do you have any experience using mLearning in your organization? You might also be interested in our page on Facebook or Twitter feed. by Dean Hawkinson. began to think about mLearning in a different way.