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My History of Live Blogged Notes

Experiencing eLearning

When I attend webinars or participate in online courses and conferences, I usually live blog my notes. Because I have done so much live blogging, I was able to provide proof of my ongoing professional development efforts. Podcasting with Section 508. Wikis and Blogs and Tags: Oh Why? These posts go back to 2007, so some of the content and references are dated. World.

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Chris Wharton – Sponge UK Podcast

Sponge UK

Read more about design in elearning on the Sponge UK Blog: Illustration vs photography for elearning. Ways to listen to the Sponge UK elearning podcast. Subscribe to the Sponge UK elearning podcast to get the latest episodes automatically. Join us in two weeks for the next episode of the Sponge UK elearning podcast. Thought leaders illustration podcast

5 Awesome e-Learning Podcasts

KZO Innovations

Who doesn’t enjoy listening to an entertaining and thought-provoking podcast these days? Podcasts are especially handy for busy e-Learning and training professionals that want to keep up on industry updates and best practices. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the 5 most pertinent, accessible, well-done (and free!) e-Learning podcasts, learning management systems, and online training. Rod’s Pulse Podcast  . Rodney Murray, the head of academic technology at the University of the Sciences in Pennsylvania, has been running Rod’s Pulse Podcast since 2006.

Elliott Masie – Sponge UK Elearning Podcast

Sponge UK

Read highlights and see video of Elliott Masie in our blog post. Ways to listen to the Sponge UK elearning podcast. Make sure you catch each episode by subscribing to the Sponge UK elearning podcast rss feed with your favourite podcast player. Podcast Elliott Masie podcast00:40 – Is it harder for learning professionals now than 25 years ago?

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Podcasts in eLearning

TalentLMS

Audio podcasts are like radio programs, and can be used for learning. In this article, we will discover the best scenarios that call for podcasts and best practices for producing them. The TEDx podcasts have a million-count audience. This expresses the popularity and ease of access that such podcasts to the general public. Make the introduction and the conclusion brief.

This Week in mLearning Podcast – A Review of Articulate Storyline [Episode 5]

mLearning Revolution

Welcome episode #5 of our new podcast entitled “ This Week in mLearning. ” In case you missed previous episodes, you can find them HERE. Great news, our Podcast is now live on  iTunes and you can subscribe HERE. Please let us know your comments by leaving a comment here and thank you in advance for listening and for helping us spread the word about this Podcast on Mobile Learning. eLearning Mobile Learning Podcast Below is a summary of topics we discussed this week. 1- Highlights of the week. a- Adobe Creative Suite (CS6) went live. Send to Kindle.

Listen Up! It’s Time to Add Podcasts to Your e-Learning

Trivantis

If you answered yes, you’re going to LOVE this blog. If you answered no, well, you should read this blog anyway because your e-Learners are going to love YOU when you present them with… a podcast! Why am I so excited about a podcast? Anyone with a microphone and a computer can create a podcast. Are you an auditory learner? Because it’s approachable!

20 tools for legacy learning

Learning with e's

Here are five ways we can give our knowledge to generations of learners we will never meet: 1) Blogging. Blogs such as the one you are now reading have been set up to share knowledge, and also to encourage discussion. If you want to blog, tools to look out for include Blogger , Wordpress (includes Edublogs ), Typepad , Tumblr. 2) Video. Today, teachers are spoilt for choice.

Dave Buglass – Sponge UK Elearning Podcast

Sponge UK

Dave Buglass, Head of Capability and Development at Tesco Bank is the guest for this episode of the Sponge UK podcast, recorded at the Learning Technologies 2016 conference. Read excerpts of this interview in our accompanying blog post. Join us in two weeks for the next episode of the Sponge UK elearning podcast. Interviews Podcast Dave Buglass podcast

Podcasting like a pro! (Part 1)

eFront

OK, so you’ve decided you’d like to create a podcast series.What next? When contacting potential participants you should alwayshave a suggested podcast topic in mind – take a look at that person’s blog or website,latest publishing etc. podcasts podcast contentYourgoal will be a deciding factor in driving the kind of content you will create. Until then! rgogos.

LearnLoft’s Greatest Hits: Our Most Popular and Valuable Blog Posts of All Time

Learnloft

In more than a year of weekly blogging, we’ve had a handful of posts stand out above the rest… For the last 50 weeks, we’ve published weekly content to help add value to all who come to our blog, or subscribe to our newsletter. About the author: John Eades is the CEO of  LearnLoft  and Host of the  Follow My Lead  Podcast. SINGLE. Enjoy the video! Leadership

How To Promote Ongoing Online Training In Your Organization

Docebo

Not all of your employees are going to enjoy reading through a training manual or listening to a podcast. Docebo Blog ELEL5 Tips To Promote Ongoing Online Training In Your Organization. Employees are the lifeblood of your organization, which is why it’s crucial to provide them with the online tools and resources they need to achieve success.

David Kelly – Sponge UK Elearning Podcast

Sponge UK

Read highlights from the interview in the accompanying blog post. Ways to listen to the Sponge UK elearning podcast The full interview is available to listen to using the player above, you can stream the audio directly to your computer or mobile device. Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe using the RSS feed Join us in two weeks for the next episode of the Sponge UK elearning podcast.

A panel podcast on compliance training

Good To Great

→ A panel podcast on compliance training Posted on March 10, 2011 by Stephanie Dedhar | 1 Comment Yesterday I was invited to join a small panel podcast hosted by Craig Taylor to discuss compliance training – what’s wrong with it, what’s right with it and what we need to do to make it even better. 11 hours ago Theme: Coraline by Automattic Blog at WordPress.com

Audition, Audacity, and More…Oh My! – Part Two of Tools Review Blog Series

TLC Media Design

In part one of this blog series, we evaluated various presentation tools you can add to your toolbox. Audio can be an integral part of the work you do for various types of projects including podcasts, presentations, videos, and eLearning|blended learning. Now we’re going to take a look at some audio tools you can use. Audition Development Tools eLearning Software Reviews

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Top Five Chalkstar to Rockstar Podcast Moments

Visual Lounge

Last August, we here at TechSmith Education announced a new TechSmith podcast called Chalkstar to Rockstar where we talk with teachers innovating with technology in their classes. think one of the points when the podcast felt the most real was our Thanksgiving Special (ep. #13). We had a great response to the question and TechSmith came together to read those responses on the podcast.

Harnessing Learning Theories for the Mobile Platform: A m-learning perspective

G-Cube

Audio learning capsules, such as podcasts, can also be developed that provide re-enforcements as and when necessary. Blog e-Learning New Ideas Research With the growing utility of mobiles devices in our everyday lives, the Training & Learning industry is realizing that learners are spending a large chunk of their time on their smartphones or tablets. Constructivist Learning.

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Myth #5: Social and workplace learning are the same as 70:20:10

Docebo

Others will involve extracting and sharing learning (micro-blogging, working out loud, professional communities, storytelling, user-generated content, forums etc.) Docebo Blog Learning & eLearning ELELAre you embracing experiential learning for 70:20:10, or just adding learning to work? This approach could be called adding learning to work.

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. RSS readers (i.e.,

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. RSS readers (i.e.,

52 eLearning Experts Share their Best Tip for Creating Engaging eLearning

eLearningArt

Tom also authors The Rapid eLearning Blog , one of the most followed eLearning blogs, with over 100k+ readers. Patti is also a popular author on the ATD Science of Learning Blog, Learning Solutions Magazine, and her own blog. You can learn more about Bryan at the eLearningArt blog. You can learn more about Mike on his blog. Their responses are awesome.

Cammy and Connie in Podcast Form!

Learning Visions

Connie Malamed, world renowned as The eLearning Coach, and one of the better human beings in this world, interviewed me for a podcast a few weeks ago. haven''t listened to it (I mean, who wants to hear her own voice?), but Connie assures me that we both sound reasonably intelligent. Be sure to grab your copy of The Accidental Instructional Designer: Learning Design for the Digital Age

The changing Web

Learning with e's

This is number 4 in the series of blog posts entitled 'Shaping Education for the Future.' My own students create a lot of their own content during their study, usually in the form of podcasts, videos, wiki and blog content, and are encouraged to share these publicly online to gain additional feedback. More on this in future posts on this blog. tools. Essentially, Web 2.0

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Classroom without walls

Learning with e's

Through the use of webinars, videoconferencing, podcasting and even blogging, we can become global educators, and the tyranny of distance is overcome. videconference podcasting webinar classroom without walls learning blogging FaceBook outdoor educationI've written before about the idea of the classroom without walls. The students enjoyed it, and frankly, so did I.

#40years of educational technology: Social media

Learning with e's

Other tools such as wikis, blogs and podcasts also began to be used in education, at first tentatively, and then as embedded features in various programmes of study. A key attraction of these technologies is that they are inherently participatory. also conducted research into the use of blogs in a number of educational contexts, which also yielded several publications.

Increasing student engagement through Interactive Learning Design

G-Cube

Podcasts. To embed human touch in e-courses, podcasts can be included to make a strong learning delivery. This increases the reach of the delivery, making podcasts perfect for just-in-time learning delivery – especially if the learner is frequently out of office. Blog e-Learning New Ideas Research Learner-to-Instructor interactions. Learner-to-Learner interactions.

Ad-hoc Social Learning Environment - How a Blog Drives Learning

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

We decided to outline our curriculum in a skeletal form using a blog, and then set social interactions in the curriculum context. Blog is the watering hole A learning blog is so much a happening place! The blog has a personal touch, it is easy to follow, its updates are delivered to participant's RSS reader instantaneously. We used Blogger, the Google blogging tool. The instructor's blog posts were very short - often less than one hundred words. Learners were expected to consume the content and then respond to the questions raised in the blog post.

Things ain't what they used to be

Learning with e's

In a recent blog post , Jamillah Knowles wrote that a revolution is about to begin where the objects in our homes and workplaces will become smarter, more context aware, and will be able to interpret data fed to them, before taking action. They can use this information for projects, essays, blogs, podcasts. Not so long ago, objects were simply objects. Unported License.

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What can instructional designers learn from a murder?

Kineo

That’s the question the Serial podcast has listeners obsessing over. . In 1992, on an otherwise average day in Baltimore County, 17 year old Adnan Sayed murdered his ex-girlfriend and fellow student Hae Min Lee then calmly returned to school for track practice. Or did he?

Podcasting like a pro! (Part 2) – How to edit and publish your podcast recording

eFront

So you’ve gone through the steps of creating a podcast series and you have your first recording in hand. It’s now time to edit and publish your podcast for a professional result! Extract ‘video’ files (those obtained from GoToMeeting, i.e. the podcasters recording) & convert to audio using Audio Extractor (AoA). Generally a podcast is composed of the following: General intro with music [file]. Go to  File > Import > Audio > Import WAV file (podcast recording only to start with). In the meantime, happy podcasting ~@rgogos.

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Instructional Design: Something Old, Something New

Allison Rossett

Were learning professionals relying on webinars, on podcasts, on mobile learning? We expected to find reliance on podcasts and scenarios, with healthy use of online communities and discussion boards. harkened back to these findings after reading Xyleme CLO Jeffrey Katzman’s provocative  blog posting about new instructional design. The Katzman blog posting, and influential voices like Jane Bozarth and Jay Cross , encourage us to consider a new ID that is characterized by informality, choice, learner centricity, and connections. ” Appealing? Realistic?

Instructional Design: Something Old, Something New

Allison Rossett

Were learning professionals relying on webinars, on podcasts, on mobile learning? We expected to find reliance on podcasts and scenarios, with healthy use of online communities and discussion boards. harkened back to these findings after reading Xyleme CLO Jeffrey Katzman’s provocative  blog posting about new instructional design. The Katzman blog posting, and influential voices like Jane Bozarth and Jay Cross , encourage us to consider a new ID that is characterized by informality, choice, learner centricity, and connections. ” Appealing? Realistic?

Podcasting for E-Learning: Critically Analyzing Podcasts

The E-Learning Curve

My previous blog posts on podcasting have focused the human side of podcasting: narration, story-telling, communicating with your audience. Now, it's time to spend a little time understanding the technical aspects of podcasting. As you begin to hone your podcasting skills, you'll find that you're also taking a remarkable learning journey. 2005).

Creating avenues for On-Demand Learning in the Modern Workplace

G-Cube

Short videos and podcasts can be especially effective, providing impactful nuggets of learning where the learner does not have to read on-screen text but just watch or listen and learn instantly. Blog e-Learning New Ideas Informal learning Learning in workplace Modern Learning On-demand learning Social Learning Learning at the workplace is a continuous process. contact-form-7].