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Learning Rebels and the ASTD (ATD) Guest Blog: Learning through Sharing

Learning Rebels

Sharing time with newby L&D people, helping contacts with building their networks and SoMe presence and as you all know, recently I was asked to conduct a webinar with Rick Blunt (@rblunt81 on twitter ) and the DC Chapter of ASTD on Social Media Tools for Learning. Good question- I was noticing in my twitter feed a lot of new twitter users with profiles that identify them as Learning Professionals, I remember being new once upon a time and I thought I’d lend a hand and reach out. Learning through sharing. Lately I’ve been on a bit of a sharing kick.

The Gamification of Learning and Instruction Blog Book Tour Underway!

Kapp Notes

We have just started an exciting blog book tour as ASTD and I venture on a 25 stop blog book tour for the ASTD co-published book The Gamification of Learning and Instruction: Game-based Methods and Strategies for Training and Education. The book is available at the ASTD Book Store. The blog book tour is a virtual tour so you can just follow along stop by stop.

Gamification of Learning and Instruction Theory Into Practice Blog Tour

Kapp Notes

I am kicking off another blog book tour and am excited to be able to “go” on another tour. We are starting it today as ASTD and I kick-off a 10+ stop blog book tour for the ASTD co-published book The Gamification of Learning and Instruction Fieldbook: Theory into Practice. The book is available at the ASTD Book Store. The Twitter hashtag for the tour is #gamiLI.

Kirkpatrick Revisited | Social Learning Blog

Social Learning

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. Blog this! Organizations such as PACT, ASTD, MNISPI, and the Digital Learning Forum get my creative juices going to generate new ideas and synergies. Download the whitepaper » Blog this!

Re-evaluating Evaluation | Social Learning Blog

Social Learning

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Re-evaluating Evaluation by Barbara on March 16, 2011 in Project Management/Project Delivery For years, I have dutifully included a description of Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Learning Evaluation in every proposal for every company I have worked with. Blog this! But it wasn’t.

Top 10 e-Learning Blog posts for 2010

eFront

News from the e-learning frontier Pages Home About Community Free e-Learning Resources Contribute to the e-Learning Community 12/26/2010 Top 10 e-Learning Blog posts for 2010 Getting new ideas and tips concerning e-Learning is important to me. Based on my favorite e-Learning blogs I created the following list with my Top 10 e-Learning blog posts for 2010. > Which is your favorite e-Learning blog post for 2010? Hi Susan, Your blog ([link] is a great resource for the eLearning community. The following list is in chronological order. Enjoy! =>

The Connected Educator: Building a Professional Learning Network

Allison Rossett

The information aggregation tools are used to collect and organize information from various resources (websites, podcasts, blogs). RSS readers allow educators to rapidly skim through hundreds of blog posts and articles to find the most relevant information to their practice. Blogs to Follow: EduBlog Awards , 41 Blogs to Follow by Subject Area. Twitter. Groups.

The Connected Educator: Building a Professional Learning Network

Allison Rossett

The information aggregation tools are used to collect and organize information from various resources (websites, podcasts, blogs). RSS readers allow educators to rapidly skim through hundreds of blog posts and articles to find the most relevant information to their practice. Blogs to Follow: EduBlog Awards , 41 Blogs to Follow by Subject Area. Twitter. Groups.

Accelerated Learning: Where Does It Fit In? | Social Learning Blog

Social Learning

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Accelerated Learning: Where Does It Fit In? link] Blog this! Organizations such as PACT, ASTD, MNISPI, and the Digital Learning Forum get my creative juices going to generate new ideas and synergies. Download the whitepaper » Blog this! He said it was great.

Using Twitter as a Professional Development Tool

The Learning Circuits

Immediately one word came to mind: Twitter. It isn't the tool itself that has been so impact full for me; it's the world to which Twitter opened up to me. Then I discovered Twitter. From that moment on, I have never looked at 'Training' the same, and each day the interactions I have on Twitter continue to shape me as a professional. I find that Twitter has the audience and usage that best provides professional development support for those in our field. It's a challenge for individuals and for the industry as a whole. I recall those early years well.

ASTD TechKnowledge Happenings

The Learning Circuits

Well, my time blogging here at The Learning Circuits Blog is quickly coming to an end. TechKnowledge 2012 Twitter Game For the first part of the conference, I have co-created a game that is designed to increase conference learning and give attendees the opportunity to network with peers or play solo. It’s been a great time with some awesome discussions. 12:15 p.m.,

9 Top eLearning Trends of 2017 from 49 Experts

eLearningArt

Tony is best known in the eLearning industry for founding eLearning Learning , which pulls in blog posts from the most popular eLearning bloggers. You can read more about Clive on his blog. He’s also the author of the popular Learning & Collaboration blog. You can learn more about Mike on his blog. Follow Lesley on Twitter here. Where do you even start?

How to Reduce Your Course Development Costs By 90+ Per Cent

Absorb LMS

They can turn to Blogs, wikis, social networks, video sites, etc. 200 billion tweets are published to Twitter each year. ( [link] ). billion Blog pages on WordPress alone ( [link] ). Blog posts from such reputable sources as Harvard Business Review. Also, courses leveraging existing Web content (videos, Blogs, presentations, etc.) to find learning content.

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Fri April 29: ASTD Conference “Learning 2.0 – Don’t get left behind” #ASTDL20

Learning Visions

Chances are, if you’re reading this blog, then you’re not so far behind as all that. come to ASTD New England Area’s Regional 2011 Conference: Learning 2.0 – Don’t get left behind. To help you keep up with these many changes, your ASTD New England Area local chapters have joined forces to bring you a very special event designed to share our resources, emerging experience and best thinking in a highly engaging, eye-opening conference. Be prepared for the conference by signing up for Twitter in advance at www.twitter.com/signup. It’s this Friday in Westford, MA.

21 Brilliant Resources for Up-skilling Learning Designers (for the Informal & Social Learning Age)

Learnnovators

That said, there are rich skill statements out of places like ASTD and LPI.” – Clark Quinn (in our interview with him). “ Articles/Blog Posts. How we use social media for informal learning : This blog post, by Steven Boller of Bottom-Line Performance, discusses about #TalkTech – a 30 minute chat they hold once a week on Twitter – an interesting activity that helps his company successfully practice informal learning with the effective use of social media. This means leveraging new technologies to deliver non-traditional instruction.”- Karl Kapp. Quotes/Excerpts. “

The 2015 ATD International Conference Backchannel: Curated Resources #ATD2015

David Kelly

Sharing these collections on this blog has shown that others find value in the collections as well. Atd2015 blog # 1: Preparation by Titia van der Ploeg. Atd2015 Blog # 5: Decorations by Titia van der Ploeg. Barefoot in the Head (blog). Atd2015 Blog # 2: Great Basin. Atd2015, blog 3a: Fabulous videos by Titia van der Ploeg. Official 2015 ATD ICE Resources.

For the Love of Learning

Learning Rebels

I have also had a chance to talk with peers and read blogs/postings about the conference and in all, as with everything, there are things in which to praise and others that need improvement. Take a look at this back channel of information curated by Dave Kelly (@lnddave on twitter). I have just returned from the DevLearn 2014 conference in Las Vegas. Interaction works both ways.).

#TrainChat: Recap of our Twitter Chat with David Kelly

Mindflash

On Friday, the Daily Mindflash hosted a Twitter chat with contributor David Kelly, in which we discussed his latest article, “ Three Essential Tips for New Online Trainers.” For the sake of clarity, we’ve condensed Kelly’s various tweets into a single response, and in places cleaned up a little bit of Twitter grammar. Other responses from participants.

The most updated and informative e-Learning community on Twitter

eFront

News from the e-learning frontier Pages Home About Community Free e-Learning Resources Contribute to the e-Learning Community 11/28/2010 The most updated and informative e-Learning community on Twitter On Twitter exists a resourceful community of e-Learning professionals. As a result, I have created the following list of the most updated and informative e-Learning community on Twitter. > If you believe that an e-Learning professional worths to be included in this list please write a comment with a link to his/her Twitter account. social learning - experimentação.

Recap of our Twitter Chat with David Kelly: Why People #HateTraining

Mindflash

On Wednesday The Daily Mindflash invited David Kelly to host a Twitter chat to discuss his recent post, “ Why People Hate Training, and How to Overcome It. David Kelly is the director of training at Carver Federal Savings Bank and ember of the ASTD National Advisors for Chapters. Here are some of the highlights of the chat, structured around the interview questions.

#TK11 Keynote: Google’s Karen Wickre and Ann Farmer

Learning Visions

These are my live blogged notes from Thursday’s keynote at ASTD TK11 with Karen Wickre (Global Communications Team) and Ann Farmer from Google. Social Media @ Google Part 1: How Google manages external communicates to make news and info about google findable to the outside world Part 2: Internal communication and discovery Part 1: How Google communicates publicly: Don’t do traditional press releases 150+blogs!, 100 Twitter accts, 20 FB pages…this is all for Google corporate info (how tos product news, etc.) In Twitter, there’s a great self selection going on.

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Learning: Playing the Blame Game

Learning Rebels

I see it on twitter and I read it in blogs. Example: jump on an L&D or education based twitter chat and ask, “What’s so bad about classroom style learning, I happen to love it.” Try #NT2T on Saturday mornings (New Teachers 2 Twitter) – now there’s a supportive group. When did shaming the learner become okay? We have a customer, and the customer is the Learner.

E-Learning Musings

eLearning 24-7

As an honored tradition for the ASTD International Trade Show and whatever else they call it, I present my latest news and notes in the world of e-learning. Surprise : You may have noticed that things have changed a bit here on the blog. I will be posting a special nightly blog covering the day’s events, including my rock stars and products that hit rock bottom. Demos.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Jott This Blog

Learning Visions

Tuesday, March 25, 2008 Jott This Blog I havent had so much time lately to blog, as this project Im working on has been quite grueling. I find my best time for thinking up excellent blog entries is late at night when Im lying in bed. I am calling this blog entry in on my cellphone as I drive. And then, presto magic, I have a new blog post. What a great tool?

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Off Blog

Learning Visions

Friday, July 13, 2007 Off Blog Ill be off the blogging grid for the next week. My wife and I will be heading there next month, too. :) 1:10 PM Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Cammy Bean Greater Boston, MA, United States View my complete profile About This Blog Subscribe in a reader Subscribe via email Are you an Instructional Designer?

What are you reading for eLearning insight?

Integrated Learnings

Take a moment to browse the online bookstores of the International Society for Performance Improvement ( ISPI ) or the American Society for Training and Development ( ASTD ), and you’ll likely find a year’s worth of reading ideas. ASTD’s Training + Development magazine and ISPI’s Performance Improvement Journal are both examples worth taking a peek at. If you’re reading this post, there’s a good chance you followed a link from Twitter or an RSS reader. Which means you’re probably following other eLearning blogs, too. Looking for other good eLearning blogs to follow?

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Updating My Blog

Learning Visions

Thursday, July 26, 2007 Updating My Blog Lately, Ive been having blog envy. Wordpress and Typepad blogs look moh bettah to me. Tabs seem more professional, they make a blog feel more like a "real" website. The blogs I envy are very white ( Michele Martins blog comes to mind). Posted by Cammy Bean at 9:34 AM Labels: Blogging 3comments: Michele Martin said. Reflecting on #ASTD10 Recommended: "In Defense of the LMS" Chicago Bound: Kineo at ASTD ICE #astd10 One Year on at Kineo #yam Now that’s an Enterprise Moodle! -- Kineo Moodle f.

Thoughts on ASTD

Learning Visions

This past week, I spent Monday and Tuesday at the ASTD International Conference & Expo in DC. My first impressions of ASTD: ‘wow, what a huge conference’ and ‘wow, these are traditional training people for whom most of this eLearning stuff is kind of exotic and/or quite overwhelming and threatening.’ Tags: kineo articulate astd Especially the people you work with. Jealous?

How to Learn from a Conference You Aren’t Attending

Mindflash

think of this now as I prepare to attend the ASTD International Conference and Exposition next week in Denver. For me, the best tool for extracting learning from a conference remotely is Twitter. If you’re an active user of Twitter you may be familiar with the concept of a backchannel. The backchannel consists of Twitter users that are actively posting tweets during an event.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Blogging the Personal

Learning Visions

Tuesday, September 30, 2008 Blogging the Personal Janet Clareys recent post On Growing Facial Hair is right up my alley of interest. If I were to blog it all, wed be WAY off the topic of instructional design. Bloggings not a contest. This is me trying to get my blogging energy back. For me, the personal in blogging is like a conversation on the airport shuttle.

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Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Thoughts on ASTD

Learning Visions

Sunday, June 07, 2009 Thoughts on ASTD This past week, I spent Monday and Tuesday at the ASTD International Conference & Expo in DC. My first impressions of ASTD: ‘wow, what a huge conference’ and ‘wow, these are traditional training people for whom most of this eLearning stuff is kind of exotic and/or quite overwhelming and threatening.’ Jealous?

How to Save ‘Social Learning’ Before We Destroy It

Mindflash

Social media tools like Facebook, Twitter, Yammer, and others do represent a critical milestone for social learning. David Kelly is the director of training at Carver Federal Savings Bank and member of the ASTD National Advisors for Chapters. Employee Training facebook L&D learning and development Social Learning social media training Twitter yammer

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: My Blogs Personality Type

Learning Visions

Thursday, February 12, 2009 My Blogs Personality Type Well, it isnt very glamorous or creative sounding. But I suppose this is an appropriate description of my blogs personality? Check out your own blogs writing style at Typealyzer. And please, dont leave my blog alone. My ID blog matches my own MBTI test (INTJ). My blog is ISTP. My blog must be schizo.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Blogging is the new Graduate School

Learning Visions

Wednesday, May 30, 2007 Blogging is the new Graduate School Im not the only one getting an informal masters degree out here. In a guest post on the Brazen Careerist, Ryan Healy writes, "maybe blogging is the new graduate school." Twentysomething: Blogging is the new Graduate School It’s ironic, though, because blogging is a way to deal with the biggest problem at the beginning of one’s career: No expertise. If you offer intelligent opinions or advice on a credible blog, then you are an expert. This is why more young people should blog.