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The Big Question for November - Future of ISD / ADDIE / HPT?

Tony Karrer

November's Big Question on the Learning Circuits Blog has been posted. The question this month is: Are ISD / ADDIE / HPT relevant in a world of rapid elearning, faster time-to-performance, and informal learning? To me, this is one of the most important questions facing us today. If you look at the shift between eLearning 1.0, and 2.0, eLearning 1.3,

December Big Question - What did you learn about learning?

The Learning Circuits

We've somewhat lost our fearless Blogmeister, Dave Lee, so we've not been doing the Big Questions the past few months. The Big Question for December is: What did you learn about learning in 2007? To help you get started, you might want to look back at some discussions going on last year at this time with a similar kind of question: December 2006 : Past experiences.

Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

This month's #LCBQ is the first with the Big Question Thought Leaders. Lots of discussion and debate around interesting questions for eLearning professionals. Grows - But Creating "eLearning 2.0 Tony Bates - eLearning Outlook for 2011 1. Others are actually are fairly instructive about what the current trends are in eLearning. Rovy F.

Find Speaker for Local ASTD Chapter

Tony Karrer

But in the cases where that's not going to work out, I would really like to help the person find a speaker who is local and who can speak to the issues around eLearning 2.0 , Work Literacy , etc. This is similar to the issue being discussed as part of this month's Big Question - Network Feedback and in Getting Help. So, I'm hoping that folks can recommend what I should do with a request such as a request I just received (and they've allowed me to post it publicly) for help: I need a speaker in the Birmingham, Alabama area for a local ASTD on eLearning 2.0

eLearing 2.0 - Great Response and Some Feedback

Tony Karrer

I did my eLearning 2.0 The audience was about half very new people to training and eLearning and the rest had varying levels of experience. I took suggestions from the LCB Big Question - PowerPoint: What is Appropriate? and PowerPoint More Questions to heart and tried to improve my presentation. Tried to Cover too Much Many people said that I tried to cover too much and didn't get enough into how/where/when to apply eLearning 2.0 One really good suggestion was to break it up into two sessions: eLearning 2.0 and - eLearning 2.0

Business of Learning

Tony Karrer

Particularly, I'm interested in the question of: While training as a publisher of courses and courseware faces an increasingly challenging market, what other things can learning businesses successfully sell to internal or external customers? That's a big ouch. This Venn Diagram courtesy of What Consumes Me captures the questions pretty well. The Business Value of Web 2.0

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Value of Blogging - Thanks Tracy

Tony Karrer

Luckily a few people take me up on my suggestion - and what makes me happy is when I see things like Tracy Hamilton saying I attended the eLearning Guild's Annual Gathering this year and one presentation really hit home for me. Tracy slightly misquoted me - I actually talked about the Big Question around Blogging and some of the responses - see Top Ten Reasons To Blog and Top Ten Not to Blog - particularly: Karyn Romeis & Barry Sampson both said - I've learned more via blogging over the past year than I learned in the preceding several years!

2009 Predictions How Did I Do?

Tony Karrer

In fact, my 12 eLearning Predictions for 2009 , was most popular post for 2009 (see 2009 Top Posts and Topics ) and it came up pretty high in the recent Top 125 eLearning Posts of 2009. But the reality was more than that as I explored in posts like Business of Learning and Models for Learning Questions. Grows - But Creating "eLearning 2.0 As such, eLearning 2.0

What did I learn about learning in 2008?

Clark Quinn

The Learning Circuit’s Blog Big Question for December is “What did you learn about learning in 2008?&# It’s good to reflect, and using the end of the calendar year is a traditional time. So, my personal learning was getting more deeply into the whole elearning 2.0 But that’s another month’s big question Consequently, I trolled back through a year of blog posts. Whew! I saw several recurrent threads, but the strongest one is on learning to learn. I’m thrilled, of course.

Ten Predictions for eLearning 2008

Tony Karrer

The Big Question this month are Predictions for Learning in 2008. Here are my predictions, but realistically they are more about trends in eLearning and eLearning Software. Prediction #1 => eLearning 2.0 - Increasing Pressure It's safe to predict that you'll be hearing more and more about eLearning 2.0 There will be increasing pressure on each of us to understand eLearning 2.0 for ourselves in order to apply it within our organizations ( eLearning 2.0 - An Immediate, Important Shift). during 2008. world.

Top 74 eLearning Posts from September 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

Best of eLearning Learning in September 2010. As always, great stuff found in the eLearning world in September. 10 Unusual Sources Of Inspiration for eLearning - The eLearning Coach , September 29, 2010 We all need inspiration at times. Free Quiz and Test Maker Tools Plus My Top 3 - eLearning 24-7 , September 14, 2010 While this market has always existed, it is clearly taking a whole new form in two areas: Strong emphasis to embed into a web site or blog. The question addresses numerous topics regarding the use of audio. which leads onto the question.

Informal Learning Flow

Tony Karrer

I've always been a big believer in the value and power of informal learning. In many ways, eLearning 2.0 Thoughts (OK Rant) on this Month’s Big Question The Future of Online Learning: Ten Years On That's a pretty good list to start from. Browse eLearning Content at the past few years, I've written quite a few posts about informal learning. is one part of systematizing support for informal learning. I just saw that Josh Bersin wrote about this issue. The person I most associate with informal learning is Jay Cross.


Looking Back at 2007

Tony Karrer

Shortly, I'll be responding to this month's Big Question with my Predictions for Learning in 2008. I've been doing a lot of work on custom content delivery and even more on the implications of Web 2.0 I am a big believer in the ability of web sites to provide simple forms that a user can fill out, that captures data that can be reused, and then feeds the data into templates that provide significant value. I continue to hope to find additional examples of these sorts of things because they still have the great potential to make a big difference for learners.

Better Conferences - Response Needed

Tony Karrer

Certainly a big part of the issue is that attendees are quite willing to hop on a plane to attend a conference, but are much less willing to spend time preparing. So, while my suggestions in Be an Insanely Great Professional Conference Attendee , Conference Preparation and Better Questions for Learning Professionals may be theoretically correct, in practice they don't stand a chance. We would then take these topics and establish cracker-barrel sessions that look at particular issues, e.g., how do you structure your eLearning production, centralized vs. distributed.

PowerPoint - More Questions

Tony Karrer

Okay, I'm going to blame this on Karl Kapp, because in response to the LCB Big Question - PowerPoint: What is Appropriate? The presentation is aimed at folks who manage or are hands-on in the development of eLearning and it's designed to introduce them to eLearning 2.0 I've given this talk a couple of times in various forms and I got really good reviews, but in going through and trying to improve the slides I found that I had more questions than I had answers. When and Why? concepts and tools. I'm hoping that I can get some help. Please. If so, how?

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Pretesting: Why bother?

Learning Visions

Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. So if pretests/prequestions are a way to focus your users attention on the important aspects of the content, then the big question here is, are you asking the right questions? Or are you just asking questions for the sake of asking a question -- because someone told you to include a pre-test? The eLearning Salary Gender Gap Phew! ► March (11) eLearning Geeks on Spring Break and New Skills for. Art History e-Learning Nuggets Enough Web 2.0,

Lead the Charge?

The Learning Circuits

I'm taking a bit more of a position in the question (maybe you could even call it a rant). So, if we have responsibility for informal learning, social learning, eLearning 2.0 , long tail learning , etc. It is THE big question today. So, it should look like: Tony Karrer - Safety Training Design or you could also include your blog name with something like: Tony Karrer - Safety Training Design : eLearning Technology Posts So Far: The Learning Revolution: Where have all the leaders gone? Harold Jarche - Skills 2.0 This leads me to.

eLearning Costs : eLearning Technology

Tony Karrer

eLearning Technology Tony Karrers eLearning Blog on e-Learning Trends eLearning 2.0 eLearning Solutions Enterprise 2.0 Heres his brief description: The particular course in question is approximately 2 hours of classroom soft skills training that needs to be delivered in an eLearning format. It needs to be repurposed for eLearning. Interactions should be basic form-based questions created within the development application. His question is whether this price is reasonable, high or worth raising a stink. Please Opine).