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SEPTEMBER 8, 2009 Learning and Development Roundup (Vol. 5)
It's time for another edition of the Learning and Development Roundup! The Increasing Role of Virtual Learning In these challenging economic times, many learning professionals are finding these hard times are leading them to consider carefully a move from face-to-face ILT (Instructor-Led Training) to various forms of e-Learning. What Will Learning be in 2019? He asked the question: Learning in 2019…What will it be? As that year is now 10 years away, he was interested in views on "the nature, structure, experience, or technology of learning in 2019."
| | LEARNING CAFE
OCTOBER 7, 2011 Learning through Games – From Warcraft to Workcraft?
The event involved a number of presentations, discussions and also an opportunity to try out some of the games that had been designed and developed by PIXELearning. Personally I like role playing games (RPGs) such as Fallout 3 where game mechanics and reward schedules mean that completing quests provide more experience points to level up and receive new skills or items.
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| | LEARNING AND WORKING ON THE WEB
AUGUST 2, 2010 A personal learning journey
However, it was only part of the solution in creating better workplaces and encouraging critical thinking: Developing practical methods, like PKM and Skills 2.0 forecast ( 2009 ) that PKM would be an essential part of workplace learning by 2019, but it now seems that will happen much earlier in many sectors with the cheap abundance of social learning tools. Workplace learning in 2019: Much of the workforce will be distributed in time & space as well as in engagement (part-time, full-time, contract mix). Technology plays a role in this but changing attitudes is the key.
| | TONY KARRER
MARCH 16, 2009 Workplace Learning Professionals Next Job - Management Consultant
ut I think it's fair to say that most every response expects the role of training to either diminish or to change significantly in the next 10 years. Well not quite, but it is pretty dang close to the definition of Management Consulting in Wikipedia: Management consulting refers to both the industry of, and the practice of, helping organizations improve their performance, primarily through the analysis of existing business problems and development of plans for improvement. Sensing patterns and helping to develop emergent work and learning practices. What are they doing?
| | CLARK ALDRICH
DECEMBER 12, 2009 Virtual Worlds, Simulations, and Games for Education: A Unifying View
In contrast, simulations use rigorously structured scenarios carefully designed to develop specific competencies that can be directly transferred into the real world. Just because some players learn these skills playing the game, that does not mean either that most players are also learning these skills or that it should be adopted in a leadership development program. Commitment?
| | DESIGNED FOR LEARNING
MARCH 24, 2009 Workplace Learning and Me - 10 years from now.
But based on what the trends are, here is what I would like 2019 to be! Through the articulation of my thoughts, I am also trying to understand and etch my role as a performance consultant in the coming years. These consultants will understand the business and also the development method/process and continuously strive to optimize the people and process for a profitable business.
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TONY KARRER Long Live?
| SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 2009
Although it sounds exciting at first, and certainly appeals to the emotions, several practical issues—all of which are ignored by the contributors to the ASTD 2019
discussion—limit the likelihood that organizations would primarily rely on informal learning. In her qualitative study of people who keep blogs on training and development
topics, Kristina Schneider found that few of the bloggers differentiated between fact and opinion; nor did they verify the information they published; nor did the bloggers provide disclaimers about the nature of the content they published . Hmmm …. MORE >>
ELEMENT K BLOG Learning and Development Roundup (Vol. 1)
| FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 2009
There are many great sources of information in the Learning and Development
industry, from several high-quality magazines, to dozens of outstanding blogs (see my RSS overview posting ), and now the steady stream of links, ideas, and conversations from industry experts and practitioners on Twitter (see my posting about Twitter and the L&D industry ). With this posting I'm introducing what I intend to be a regularly recurring feature of Element K Blog, tentatively titled the "Learning and Development
Roundup." Be sure to bookmark this page and check back in 2019
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EXPERIENCING ELEARNING Fear of Virtual High Schools
| SUNDAY, JULY 13, 2008
A reader sent this question to me today: I was wondering if you read Clayton Christensen’s prediction that by 2019
, nearly 50 percent of high school courses will be taught online. Are we looking at a future where the role
of teachers changes, and many more people will teach online? For instructional designers and others who develop
e-learning, I think the online K-12 market is definitely something to watch. Whether the prediction of 50% by 2019
is right or not, this is an area that’s going to grow. What exactly did the author mean by this? MORE >>
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