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20 eLearning Blogs You Simply Have to Bookmark

eLearning Brothers

In our own, considered, humble opinion, we have an awesome blog that every eLearning professional should read. Here are a few blogs that you simply must bookmark and read on a consistent basis: 1. An eLearning blog created by accomplished scientist and Educational Developer at Queen’s University, Eric Tremblay. E-Learning 24/7 Blog. https://www.opensesame.com/blog.

10 Learning Design Blogs to Draw Inspiration From

Allen Interactions

When searching on Google for "Learning Design Blogs" , a staggering amount of more than 117,000,000 search results appear. With this overwhelming amount of information, it can be very hard to determine which blogs are credible and a valuable use of time to read. e-Learning Thought Leaders e-Learning Blogs Learning Design Blogs

Top 13 LMS (and Learning Technology) Blogs

Upside Learning

To keep up with the happenings, trends, innovations, and other information on LMS and to ensure our teams at Upside involved in core LMS development, client implementations, client support and Innovation team are in tune with the industry we follow a host of blogs that focus specifically on LMS, learning technology, and related topics. E-Learning 24/7 Blog. eLearning Weekly.

Blogging with Freire

Learning with e's

So Freire didn't actually live to see the power and potential of social media, or the impact blogging would have on education. But what would he have said about blogs if he had been witness to the participatory web in all its present glory? In a blogging context, it is easy to be offended when an adverse comment is received on your blog. 6) Use blogging as reflection.

Learning Game Design: a Blog Series by Sharon Boller

Bottom-Line Performance

In early May we launched our Learning Game Design Blog on the Knowledge Guru website. The blog has become a great source of information for anyone interested in game based learning and gamification—thanks in large part to an incredibly in-depth blog series by Sharon Boller. So if you’re interested in games, you should take some time to check out this blog series.

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Reasons teachers don't blog

Learning with e's

I'm a little overwhelmed by the response to my post yesterday entitled Seven reasons teachers should blog which as I write this, is racing toward 2000 views in just 24 hours. It seems that many teachers are interested in blogging (or edublogging), but for various reasons are not yet in there, getting their hands dirty. But I'm concerned about the reasons teachers don't blog.

Our Favorite Game Design Blogs

Upside Learning

The other is to look at other’s experiences, and there are many who’ve documented their game design experiences in various blogs. Philomath Games – A constantly updated blog that includes posts that discuss a variety of game design and development issues. Costik – An old blog that ran out of steam, but still contains fascinating posts on games.

5 Great Serious Games and Gamification Blogs to Follow

Knowledge Guru

A while back we did a post listing 100 Great Game Based Learning and Gamification Resources , and since then we’ve done an occasional series called GBL Picks to try and curate information for you. So in line with that mission, we’d like to recommend 5 great blogs about serious games and gamification (besides our own of course). Gamification Co. Gamification Co. Kapp Notes.

TOP eLearning and Workplace Learning Blogs

eFront

I did my research and I listed 134 eLearning and workplace Learning Blogs. > If you would like me to include your elearning and/or workplace learning blog in this list please leave a comment. => free elearning resources top workplace blogs top learning blogs tony karrer brandon hall top elearning blogs efront learning blogWe support Free eLearning!

How to Start a Classroom Blog in One Afternoon

DigitalChalk eLearning

In the 21st century, it seems like every educator has a blog. Whether you teach in a traditional, blended or flipped classroom, a classroom blog can be used to improve student engagement, increase communication and more. However, with an already full plate, it may seem like you’ll never have time to get a blog set up. 15 Minutes: Research and Find a Blogging Platform.

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. Here are the first 5 tour stop dates, check back here for more dates and locations and add your blog>.

35+ ID & Elearning Blogs

Experiencing eLearning

One way I stay connected with the community and what’s happening in the field is by reading blogs by instructional designers, elearning professionals, and educators. If you don’t want to subscribe to all these blogs individually, check out eLearning Learning. This is my favorite blog aggregator in the field. Will Richardson has been blogging for 15 years.

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

Learning Rebels

Anyway, the last couple of weeks have had me head down writing a two part blog post for ASTD.org. From the person letting me know they were inspired to add more features to their toolbox; to the person who confided that originally they had no urge to change, but now they see a reason; to the person who suggested I add a “donate button” to my blog (thank you BTW). Click here for Part 2 of the “New and Improved Toolbox” I hope you find “part 2″ as informative as “part 1″ and are equally inspired. Learning through sharing.

Research Brief: Measuring the ROI of Informal Learning

Docebo

We know people learn and retain more information through informal channels , on-the-job experience and coaching, but most companies still expect their people to gain the bulk of their knowledge through more formal, structured means. Measuring the ROI of Informal Learning. The post Research Brief: Measuring the ROI of Informal Learning appeared first on Docebo.

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The Most Popular Blog Posts for 2016

Litmos

It's the end of the year and, in case you've missed the most popular blog posts throughout 2016, I've compiled the top 5 for you here. The act of reflection is a major learning theme for me this year and reviewing the year's blog posts is a great reflection exercise. We hear about and discuss social learning, mobile learning, informal learning, and other terms. Please enjoy!

Kirkpatrick Revisited | Social Learning Blog

Social Learning

At the end of Level 1, Kirkpatrick now recommends a focus group to get information that wouldn’t be available right after the course was completed and to provide links to Levels 2 and 3. to results through a chain of evidence using the data and information from each of the first three levels. Blog this! Download the whitepaper » Blog this! So I went to the workshop.

Embracing Innovation in Learning | Social Learning Blog

Social Learning

Blog this! Download the whitepaper » Blog this! Search the blog Popular Latest Comments Tags Web-Based, Instructor-Led, EPSS? Download the whitepaper » Blog this! This shift in leadership style can be characterized as moving from the “Do as I say&# leader to the “Let’s work together to find the best solution&# leader. Control. Yeah, right. Terrifying!

Motivation is More Important Than Information

Association eLearning

Motivation > Information”. Why Motivation > Information. On the other hand, motivated people who don’t have the information they need try to find it. Most Training Doesn’t Address Motivation, It Addresses Information. When it comes to learning, motivation is critical for gaining attention and encoding new information in the brain. But I don’t. Doing It.

7 Great eLearning Blogs You Should Be Reading

SHIFT eLearning

While plowing through dozens of blogs, articles, and how-to sites will likely garner you quite a bit of good information, it will also take up valuable time you could use actually to design and improve your craft. Quick tip: use the handy Feedly app to organize the blog content you want to read. top elearning blogsELearning is no different.

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Blog regularly, sleep easy

Clive on Learning

I have come to the realisation that blogging is a key strategy for coping with information anxiety - the stress you feel when trying to take advantage of what seems like a never-ending stream of interesting leads to follow-up online. But that's not quite enough - I certainly haven't adequately processed the information just by recording it. That's where blogging comes in. Blog regularly and expect to sleep easily. bloggingIn fact not just online, because TV, newspapers, books and magazines haven't gone away - the online stuff comes on top of all this.

Introducing the eLearning Challenges Blog Series

Bottom-Line Performance

We’re pleased to announce a new blog series called eLearning Challenges. We are genuinely excited by the growth of mobile learning and game based learning solutions in the workplace… and many of the examples and case studies we will show in this blog series indeed fall into these categories. It looks at the real issues our clients face when developing learning solutions.

4 Mobile Learning Blogs You Will Be Interested in Checking Out!

CommLab India

So, here are 4 mobile learning blogs that provide information on mobile learning such as the use of the mobile device to drive performance, its advantages, trends, and a few conversion tips. This blog talks of exactly the same. Click here to read the blog. Considering this, here is a blog that talks about the top four benefits of mobile learning.

Why Every Small Business Should Have a Blog

OpenSesame

It’s no wonder an increasing amount of businesses large and small have invested time and money into creating blogs. Blogs have been garnering popularity due to their succinct, creative ways of imparting information, whether it is through infographics or “Top 10” lists. You can usually find a company’s blog by clicking on a link posted at the top of their website.

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The 5 Top Blogs of 2016 on Mobile Learning

CommLab India

Well, here are 5 useful blogs that will help you make good use of the learning format. These tools have opened the floodgates of collaborative learning, by enabling learners share ideas and information seamlessly. This informative write-up: Explains the importance of making learning portals user-friendly. The corporate training world is chanting the mobile learning mantra.

How to Overcome Information Overload – Interview with Steven W. Anderson

JoomlaLMS

Information overload, also known as "information glut" and "data smog", is a widely known phenomenon caused by an abundance of information that our brain cannot cope with. To get to the bottom of information overload problem, we interviewed an educator, speaker, director of Instructional Technology, #edchat contributor and author of the “Content curation. Blog articles

Evaluating Informal Learning

Social Learning

My colleague, Andrea May came back from ASTD International Conference & Exposition (ICE), which was held in Dallas in May of this year, raving about a presentation on “Evaluating Informal Learning.” She knows that I have been blogging about learning evaluation for the past couple of years—mostly Kirkpatrick but also [.] Evaluation Informal Learning

Anniversary edition: Top 10 posts of the MATRIX Blog

Matrix

It is exactly November 10 th , and it’s the one year anniversary of the MATRIX Blog! The MATRIX Blog turns one! Precisely one year ago I published the very first blog post, obviously entitled “ MATRIX says hello! ”. Its 314 words (making it the shortest ever post on this blog) were supposed to introduce the new kid on the block. Happy anniversary, MATRIX Blog!

Learning in 3D Week 4 Stops for Blog Book Tour

Kapp Notes

Here are the great stops for week 4 of the blog book tour. Tour Stops Day Sixteen 02/01/10 Gordon Snyder's blog Information & Communications Technology Blog Day Seventeen 02/02/10 Koreen Olbrich's Learning in Tandem Day Eighteen 02/03/10 Bart Pursel at Virtual Learning Worlds. Day Nineteen 02/04/10 Clive Shepherd(already posted due to a vacation) Learning in 3D: a stop on the world blog book tour Day Twenty 02/05/10 Tom Werner who has a Brandon Hall Research blog. With special guest blog this week by Course Director Daniel M.

Blogging Again

eLearning Cyclops

It has been an very busy at work, which of course limits time to blog but has more directly affected the motivation to blog. In my opinion, the great things about blogging is that it is informal, or at least should be, and it should be fun for the blogger and hopefully for the readers too. So, I am going to be far more diligent in blogging but in a manner that is more informal and just plain fun. Blogging If you have been visiting, I am sure you noticed I have been writing very, very little lately.

Gamification of Learning and Instruction Blog Book Tour Week One Recap

Kapp Notes

The first week of the blog book tour has ended and it has been a fantastic week with informative blog posts, information and opinions about gamification and even a bit of controversy. We understand human motivation and how people process information and how they learn and how to shape behavior so it lasts. Week One Recap. ” It is not a universal cure-all.

Evaluating Informal Learning

Social Learning

My colleague, Andrea May came back from ASTD International Conference & Exposition (ICE), which was held in Dallas in May of this year, raving about a presentation on “Evaluating Informal Learning.” She knows that I have been blogging about learning evaluation for the past couple of years—mostly Kirkpatrick but also [.]

The Burden to Have an Informed Opinion

Tom Spiglanin

Each referenced valid research but were, themselves, blog posts. He was dismissing the act of blogging as simply a sharing of opinions that had no merit. Since I blog, I was offended, but then I began to realize this mindset would foolishly dismiss the work of Jay Cross, Harold Jarche, Jane Bozarth, Clark Quinn, Jane Hart, and many others I trust. ” ~ Patti Shank.

Corporate Knowledge Sharing: Blog Design Tips To Make It Look Good As Well As Help Readers Learn

G-Cube

To encourage the culture of learning and sharing, most modern organizations create blogs which not only showcase latest achievements of the organization but also become the hotbed for collaborative discussions and learning. Blogs are also a way to market your content and invite the right kind of audience to see what you are all about. e-Learning

Informal Learning

CourseArc

While formal training plays a tremendous role in improving learners’ competencies, most real learning occurs on the job through informal knowledge sharing, coaching, and direct observations. Thus, informal learning is now becoming an indispensable part of a blended learning solution. So, how can eLearning professionals include informal learning in their training curriculum?