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LMS Wikis: Unharnessed Potential

Upside Learning

The Wiki is one of the most under-utilized and underestimated feature of an LMS. That’s because, most of us haven’t gotten around to realizing what the Wiki is capable of, and hence the potential of the Wiki feature is unharnessed. This post is an endeavor to explore the various uses of the LMS Wiki. What’s so great about wikis anyway?

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The Division of Wiki Labor: Wikis in the Working World

Social Learning

Whereas a hazy, half-developed understanding of something might be good enough to allow you to squeak by on your own, to be able to teach a topic requires all-around mastery of the material. . The first option, of course, is to bring in a training team to develop all the training you need, in a format that fits in with your workers busy schedule, such as eLearning or mLearning. 

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Wikis and Learning – 60 Resources

Tony Karrer

I’m involved in several discussions around how to use Wikis as part of learning solutions. So, of course, I went to eLearning Learning and I looked at Wiki , Collaborative Learning with Wikis , Wikis and eLearning 2.0 , Wikis Corporate eLearning , Social Learning with Wikis , Wiki Security and a few others. Here’s some of what I found: Why a Wiki? Experiencing eLearning , July 27, 2009 Wikis at Work - eLearning Technology , February 25, 2007 Control and Community: A Case Study of Enterprise Wiki Usage , May 4, 2009 Blog or Wiki?

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How to Make Wikis Part of Your Training Program

Mindflash

With the Encyclopedia Britannica abandoning its 244-year-old printed version  in response to the dominance of Wikipedia, and Britain’s education minister calling for a “wiki approach” to designing the curriculum  for schools, wikis deserve a role in employee training and learning. The case for wikis. Promote a culture of friendly collaboration in the wiki.

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How to revamp your learning model

E-Learning Provocateur

and The ILE and the FLE in harmony , I advocate the development of a virtual Informal Learning Environment (ILE) to work in tandem with the Formal Learning Environment (FLE) to support both the learning process and its administration. In a practical sense, that means we need to provide our learners with tools and resources that they can use to drive their own development. Figure 1.

Why a Wiki?

Experiencing eLearning

Our team uses a wiki to document our design and development processes, something I wrote about in a short column for the eLearning Guild’s Learning Solutions magazine. This weekend I was imagining a conversation between two people about the benefits of a wiki. kept this conversation pretty generic; I think these reasons apply to documentation for any kind of group, not just instructional designers or e-learning developers. This also focuses exclusively on the “why&# of wikis. Posted in Wikis.

Doctoring the Informal Learning Environment

E-Learning Provocateur

Having said that, I think a big missing piece of this puzzle is a wiki or some other form of bulk content repository. wiki enables the hospital to centralise that content so that it can be retrieved quickly, easily and on‑the‑job via a mobile device. I’m salivating over the thought of the kinds of resources it might contain! Wiki – the first port of call, 2.

Tips for Developing a Learning Culture

LearnDash

In other words, decentralize content creation so that people become personally invested in the training that is developed. Various forms of media should be used where applicable – such as videos, audio, blogs, wikis, webinars, and podcasts. learning initiative without the proper implementation can do more damage than good as it will ultimately end up being a waste of resources.

Rethinking Professional Development with EdCamp

Visual Lounge

How many times have you found yourself in professional development wondering who chose the topic for the day? So, how are teachers finding development opportunities which meet their needs? In 2010, there were eight events held in the US (according to the official EdCamp Event Wiki ). The post Rethinking Professional Development with EdCamp appeared first on TechSmith Blogs.

Digital classrooms

Learning with e's

Blogs and wikis and other social media made an appearance, even though at the time they were still fairly nascent in compulsory education. If I was to take a risk and suggest possibilities for the next 5 years of development, I might be right on some of my predictions, and hopelessly wrong on others, but here we go. Much more learning will be done outside of the classroom.

The changing Web

Learning with e's

Almost everyone, it seems, is using some element of social media in the planning, development, delivery, management or evaluation of teaching and learning. 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. tools. Web 2.0

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Wiki working

Learning with e's

I published two journal articles recently on the use of wikis in teaching and learning, and I'm making them available here on this blog. The first article came out of a whole term of gathering data from student teachers who were using wikis to support their study, and as a tool to encourage sharing and collaboration. Tags: academic writing wiki social practice

An audience with.

Learning with e's

What would happen, I wondered, if I gave my students an audience of hundreds or even thousands? I did some early studies into the effects of this when I implemented a programme wide use of wikis in 2006. Clearly these are all very desirable graduate attributes, and needless to say, wikis and blogs now feature as essential ''learning by doing'' tools in many of my undergraduate programmes.

The survival of higher education (2): Changing times

Learning with e's

In this paper, having revisited my previous speeches I''m going to try to gaze once more into the near future in an attempt to determine what education might look like in the light of the technological developments that comprise Web 2.0. One of the most popular and easy to use tools in the wiki – a shared website which anyone can edit. wiki YouTube Web 2.0 and Purdon, M. 2006).

Social Media vs. Social Learning

Integrated Learnings

Here are a few things that have come to mind as I think about applying social media to my development for the purpose of collaboration: --1-- Encourage collaboration among learners who are geographically separated, but experiencing the same training. Many are using Microsoft SharePoint, which includes discussion threads, wikis, and blogs, or using other similar collaboration tools. This eLearning blog is brought to you by Integrated Learning Services , specializing in rapid eLearning design and development projects. By Dean Hawkinson. We hope you found this post helpful.

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

Absorb LMS

They can turn to Blogs, wikis, social networks, video sites, etc. An effective solution to the problem of learning content overload and pressure on course developers to create courses quickly and cheaply is to leverage the workplace learning management system (LMS) as an on-ramp to the world’s best learning content. to find learning content. How much stuff is out there? solution.

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Just Ask the Wiki … But Don’t Ask Too Much

CLO Magazine

But getting information and developing understanding are two very distinct things. Its development provided a groundbreaking case study for the power of online collaboration. Much of what is taught in corporate training is basic and could just as well be posted to a Wiki as taught in a course. But if you’re at all involved in leadership development or succession planning for high potential talent, it has deep implications. From the Editors classroom learning leadership development social learning wikipediaThat is a good thing. Maybe you’re right.

Tips on Developing a Wiki Community

Tony Karrer

Found via Stephen Downes - Tips On Developing A Wiki Community

Don’t Control Knowledge, Let the Base Free

Nick Leffler

The best knowledge base in the world for internal uses is a wiki. Why are wikis awesome or terrible? What’s My Development Process? Learning Knowledge Knowledge Base WikiI tried posting this last week but I’ve been having a hard time, so here’s my second chance breaking my many week silence. Hopefully dropping some knowledge on the knowledge-base will open the flood gates. What role do you need in the knowledge base? This is a question I see and have been asked. It doesn’t work well. Don’t control knowledge. Let it free. We do! Fix it!).

What The Sims taught me about design and development

Focus Learning Solutions

The Sims Wiki) ​The spell was broken once I started investing more time and effort into my sims’ lives than my own. ​ While I regret wasting all that time, I am now happy that it was spent engaging in what was one of the greatest training grounds for an elearning developer. ​It’s funny how life works. It was a digital doll house to me. Oh, Bella Goth.

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LTTO+ Professional Development Course for L&D by LearningCafe

Learning Cafe

Learning To Teach Online (LTTO) MOOC has been developed by Simon McIntyre , Director, Learning and Innovation and Dr Negin Mirriahi , Academic Developer at UNSW  and is available on the Coursera  MOOC platform. LTTO is based upon the award winning* educational resources of same name developed by Simon McIntyre and Karin Watson. MOOCs usually comprise of online video lectures, online discussions, peer assessed assignment, course wiki and assessments. FAQs. I am interested in joining the LearningCafe’s MOOC Plus Study Group for Learning to Teach Online MOOC.

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Future directions

Learning with e's

Each Fellow was invited to give a 5 minute flash presentation addressing the question: 'What do you consider to be the most surprising development in e-learning over the last 5 years?' as well as what might be the direction of the organisation's future research efforts. The first EDEN ( European Distance and E-learning Network ) Fellows day was a thought provoking and absorbing event.

Using Wikis to Stop Brain Drain

Social Learning

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Using Wikis to Stop Brain Drain by Jolene on February 23, 2010 in Wikis In his December Training Magazine article Training in a Web 2.0 Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Print for later Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend Tags: Wikis About Jolene One of my favorite things to do is save the day. Blog this! It is amazing ho.

Why eLearning Development Ratios Can be Hazardous to Your Career.

Social Learning

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Why eLearning Development Ratios Can be Hazardous to Your Career by Jon on November 15, 2010 in budgeting , eLearning Brandon Hall , in partnership with Chapman Alliance , recently published the results of its latest survey about eLearning development ratios. Blog this!

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Digital footprints

Learning with e's

Whether it is writing a blog, posting a video on YouTube, working collaboratively on a wiki, or simply bookmarking a site on Diigo or Delicious, students are leaving the digital footprints - evidence of their presence - all over the internet. Dr Waycott told the story of one student who was also developing a fledgling music career. And there may be ethical issues attached.

Light the blue touch paper.

Learning with e's

Such problem based learning takes a little time, and with the addition of a shared discussion space, develops over time, but the understanding of the topic is ultimately far deeper than if students were served up the answers on a plate. education wiki learning school problem based learning order chaosShould teachers try to create order from chaos? Let me explain. Unported License.

My History of Live Blogged Notes

Experiencing eLearning

Because I have done so much live blogging, I was able to provide proof of my ongoing professional development efforts. Sakai 3 Development Process. Wikis for Improving Productivity. Wikis and Blogs and Tags: Oh Why? Wikis & Emerging Web 2.0 E-Learning Communities. Wikis that Work: Effective Wiki Practices for Virtual Learning Communities. World.

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70:20:10 For Trainers

Learnnovators

Learning & Development Professional has been running a poll on the following question: Is the 70:20:10 model still relevant today? To help your audience remember, why not provide them with reference content in a central location, such as on the corporate intranet or in a wiki. And I’m shocked by the results. But what does this really mean? TRAINING WILL NEVER DIE.

Interview With a Lead Developer: Paul Middlin

Visual Lounge

Paul Middlin, Lead Developer on Camtasia:mac. Everything is pushing towards that goal, so as a developer, I feel fully supported and given the tools needed to make that happen. Explain how your role as a lead developer differs from a regular developer. Is there anything else you think people should know about being a developer at TechSmith? Ready to compile.

Professional Development for L&D – Learning To Teach Online MOOC Augmented by LearningCafe

Learning Cafe

MOOCs usually comprise of online video lectures, online discussions, peer assessed assignment, course wiki and assessments. Learning To Teach Online (LTTO) MOOC has been developed by Simon McIntyre , Director, Learning and Innovation and Dr Negin Mirriahi , Academic Developer at UNSW  and is available on the Coursera  MOOC platform. LTTO is based upon the award winning* educational resources of same name developed by Simon McIntyre and Karin Watson. LearningCafe is recognized as one of the top value adding professional development providers in Australia.

Learning on the go: how to develop engaging mobile-friendly courses

TalentLMS

Be mindful of your content’s volume and image sizes when you develop mobile-friendly courses, as slow mobile download times make viewing heavy content unbearable. 3. Incorporating Blogs, Journals, Wikis & Discussions to your eLearning. Since learners always have their mobile device them, they can use it to update Wikis before they forget. mobile experience. Mind your media.

Freinet and social media

Learning with e's

Others support their students to develop apps or other digital stuff which can be sold online through established retailers. Learners can co-operate not only in the production processes (1) and games playing (2) outline above, they can also co-operate, or even collaborate on team based creation of blogs, wikis, or video production. He purchased and ran his own printing press. tools.

Using Wikis to Stop Brain Drain | Social Learning Blog

Social Learning

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Using Wikis to Stop Brain Drain by Jolene on February 23, 2010 in Wikis In his December Training Magazine article Training in a Web 2.0 Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Print for later Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend Tags: Wikis About Jolene One of my favorite things to do is save the day. Blog this! It is amazing ho.

How to Create Your Own Khan Academy for Training

Mindflash

An emerging trend in learning and development is creating short, specific tutorials that can be created quickly, posted on an internal website, and distributed to employees — who can use them anytime, anywhere, and used as references when needed. This can be your existing intranet, an LMS, or even a password-protected Wiki or blog. What’s driving that trend? 

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