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Michio Kaku #devlearn opening keynote

Learning Visions

These are my live notes from today’s devlearn keynote. The Internet, Facebook and Twitter – spread democracy. devlearnForgive typos and omissions! Michio Kaku: author of Physics of the Future. link] (co-founder of string theory, a physicist) Today – a guided tour on the future of the elearning process. An authoritative look into the future (he says, while making making jokes about our abilities to predict the future). Education hasn’t changed much in 2000 years. Automation has reduced everything in price – except education. In 2020, computer chips will cost a penny.

DevLearn Reflections

Raptivity

Just back from DevLearn and still reeling under its effect, I thought it would be the perfect time to share my experience with everyone. Though team Raptivity has been a known face at DevLearn, it was my first visit, and my maiden chance to experience it live, and I must admit, I was bowled over. I was there with two other team members, for all three days of the conference.

Steve Rosenbaum – Curation Nation - #devlearn keynote

Learning Visions

These are my live notes from DevLearn November 4, 2011 in Las Vegas. Facebook now stores 140 billion photographs. July 2010 – the US time spent online – when it changed to open architecture where everyone is a publisher – that’s where Facebook usage starting far outstripping all the other sites. Steve says he often goes to Facebook now first to find people.) In the last 6 months it’s just gotten harder to find things. It’s not Facebook. devlearn curationCuration is a good news/bad news thing. The cloud – sounds so fluffy and nice. This is a big change.

Tom Crawford: Design for Mobile The Ups and Downs of the Small Screen #devlearn @vizchef

Learning Visions

My live blogged notes from Tom Crawford, @vizchef, @viznetwork session at DevLearn November 3, 2011 in Las Vegas. Facebook – mobile users are 2x as active as desktop users (they post more, read more, are online longer) Eight unique affordances of mobile: personal – the phone knows a lot about you – where you walked. mobile devlearnForgive the typos and omissions. wasted space?

eLearning Thought Leaders: Jane Bozarth – DevLearn Preview

eLearning Weekly

She lives on Twitter and Facebook whether online at a computer or connected through an app on a mobile device. Bozarth will be at DevLearn , November 3-5, so we thought it would be good to interview her as a preview to such an industry leading conference, hosted by the eLearning Guild. And folks can always find me on Twitter @ janebozarth or on my Facebook page  [link]  . .

Facebook for eLearning evaluations - testing

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

One step closer to the Facebook LMS: This little Facebook app is TV Trivia Quiz. I was surprised at how many questions I could answer. I was also pretty successful utilizing the theory, "when in doubt, B". also wonder if tool makers like Articulate Quizmaker , QuestionMark and other testing creation tools are considering a Facebook app version. That worked a lot for me.

Your organisations next Facebook policy

Stoatly Different

No exceptions. I’m getting increasingly frustrated by the attitudes of a wide-range of people when it comes to accessing websites like Facebook at work. Forgive me for incessantly saying Facebook – interchange it for your favourite social network if it makes you feel better – but it is the most popular. Andrew McAfee , speaking at the DevLearn 09 conference yesterday*, commented that we need to stop jumping on the risks associated with Web 2.0. Access to Facebook might not make you happier, but blocking it will almost certainly make you less happy. This sucks.

eLearning Cyclops: Heading to #DevLearn

eLearning Cyclops

Heading to #DevLearn. I am very excited to be heading out to the DevLearn Conference and Expo this week. If you do not already know, the conference hash tag is #DevLearn. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. High on my list is blogging about DevLearn and also deconstructing my DemoFest course. Heading to #DevLearn. DevLearn's DemoFest Webinar. eLearning Cyclops. My insights on elearning and mlearning. Pages. Free eLearning. Cloud Apps. About Me. Privacy Policy. Sunday, October 30, 2011. Hope to see you there, Jeff Goldman @MinuteBio. Loading.

Creating Passionate Learners 2005 = same in 2011

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

We've seen new iPhones, iPads, and iOS, Android, tablets, twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, HTML5, apps, apps, and more apps, and on and on and on. blearning corporate training Training devlearn ISD design instructional design blogging elearning corporate eLearningFor those of you that were not into the blogosphere WAY back in.oh. Let me start with why I am blogging on this topic.

DevLearn ‘09 Keynote: Andrew McAfee #dl09

Learning Visions

Brent in his usual enthusiastic tone welcomes us and runs through the business… Andrew McAfee New book out: Enterprise 2.0: The State of an Art Blog: adrewmcafee.org Twitter: @amcafee Blogging for 3 1/2 years. #30 on the list of most influentital list of folks in IT. #1 was Mark Zuckerberg founder of facebook). Wednesday morning. Bright and early here in cloudy - but balmy to my east coast sensibilities - San Jose. Brent Schlenker – here we are pushing the future of e-learning! Where we are with enterprise 2.0? The state of an art. McAfee talks about how tech is being used. Whatever.

#DevLearn-113: Applying the Magic of Hollywood to e-Learning

Sudden Insight

We need to address Facebook and YouTube video length. DevLearn 2012Summary: Tom argued that quality is all that matters. We should strive for higher production values and shorter trainings that more fully engage our learners. This session was presented by Tom Graunke, Co-Founder and CEO, Stormwind. Why do we remember many details of a three-minute movie trailer?

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Can Corporate Training & Development be Gamified?

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

The Facebook page is HERE. There will be plenty of gamification conversations to be had at this year's DevLearn event for sure. I don't think we can really answer that question until we truly understand what Gamification is. And luckily, we now have a book to help us do just that. The Book Tour starts HERE. Buy the book HERE. Follow the blog book tour. Read the Book.

Call to Action: 3 Big Reasons You Need a Portfolio

Trina Rimmer

but now that DevLearn is done and the year is coming to a close, you really need to get your act together! Connect with others via LinkedIn , Twitter , Facebook , etc. Dear Reader, I hate to be a nag (even though I'm awfully good at it.) Where's your portfolio? Why aren't you sharing your work with the world yet? With all of these changes, it's time to started asking ourselves: 1.

The 18 Most Interesting Articles and Interviews in 2015

WalkMe Training Station

In this interesting post, John Lilly shares highlights from an interview with  Facebook’s Yann LeCunn, about deep learning. DevLearn 2015 – Love Your LMS. This article will help you relive some of the best DevLearn moments, and for those who did not attend the convention – a sneak peek from it. Using the Cloud Requires Mindset Shift. Are Your Employees Unhappy?

Preparing for Responsive Course Design: 5 Things You Should Start Doing Now Anyway

Everything E-Learning

If you are going to DevLearn this year, make sure you drop by the Lectora booth #239 and say hi to Sergey, who will be there from September 29 to October 1. Thanks to Facebook and just about every website in the world, contemporary phone users love scrolling for new content, so make sure your course has long vertical pages and comfortable font sizes. Scroll is back.

LearnTrends - Google Wave - DevLearn - Best of eLearning Learning

eLearning Learning Posts

Should Educators be Afraid of Having a Facebook Profile? Social Learning Galleries of the Future: Art Overpowers Facebook - Electronic Papyrus , November 16, 2009. DevLearn (65). DevLearn 2009 – Day 1 Recap , November 12, 2009. DevLearn 2009 - Ruth Clark’s session on Evidence Based Training , November 11, 2009. DevLearn 2009 - Ruth Clark’s workshop on Scenario Based Learning , November 10, 2009. DevLearn - Google Wave - Organizational Learning - Best of eLearning Learning , November 17, 2009. Best of eLearning Learning. November 2009.

eLearning Cyclops: Deconstructing My #DemoFest Course ? Part 2.

eLearning Cyclops

Deconstructing My #DemoFest Course – Part 2 #DevLearn. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. Heading to #DevLearn. DevLearn's DemoFest Webinar. eLearning Cyclops. My insights on elearning and mlearning. Pages. Free eLearning. Cloud Apps. About Me. Privacy Policy. Tuesday, November 29, 2011. would like to delve into the analysis and design of the course. Loading.

Notes from DevLearn and the Adobe Learning Summit

Steve Howard

It is what it is, and is for me and my fellow DevLearners first and foremost. The second was DevLearn, run by the eLearning Guild. Someone is compiling a ‘tweet book’ of all the tweets posted about DevLearn that week. Observation (heard phrased in many different was during DevLearn) reading ‘everything’ on Twitter is a waste of time. learning success [extends and maintains traditional networking, like Facebook for grownups]. INTRODUCTION. There’s a lot. that* would take an entire book!!! All of their notes are online and searchable. tools?”

eLearning Weekly » DevLearn 2007 – Day 2

eLearning Weekly

eLearning Cyclops: Deconstructing My #DemoFest Course - Part 1

eLearning Cyclops

During this years DevLearn 2011 conference I won the DemoFest award for the Software Systems Training category. It is so flattering to have my course selected by the DevLearn attendees. Thank you again to all who attended DemoFest and a really big thank you to the eLearningGuild for holding an incredible DevLearn conference. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. Heading to #DevLearn. DevLearn's DemoFest Webinar. eLearning Cyclops. My insights on elearning and mlearning. Pages. Free eLearning. Cloud Apps. About Me. Privacy Policy. Posted by. Loading.

eLearning Cyclops: Deconstructing My #DemoFest Course ? Part 3.

eLearning Cyclops

Deconstructing My #DemoFest Course – Part 3 (Development) #DevLearn. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. Heading to #DevLearn. DevLearn's DemoFest Webinar. eLearning Cyclops. My insights on elearning and mlearning. Pages. Free eLearning. Cloud Apps. About Me. Privacy Policy. Sunday, January 22, 2012. Of the questions asked of me during DemoFest, I think most were regarding development tools. In regards to development tools used, the course is truly a Frankencourse , a term I believed coined by David Anderson ( @eLearning ). Thats it. Dont believe me?

Social Media for Trainers - Its What Turns Clark Kent into Superman

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

Step 1: READ Social Media for Trainers - [ Pfeiffer - AmazonUS - AmazonCA - AmazonUK - Barnes & Noble - Facebook page - twitter handle @some4trainers ] These are the tools you will need to learn. Jane Bozarth covers all of the basic social media tools: blogs, Facebook, twitter, etc. Be sure to meet Jane at DevLearn 2010 this year and get your copy of the book signed.

From the Archives: Do It Yourself FIRST

In the Middle of the Curve

During DevLearn 08 it dawned on me that many members of our profession still need to prove that they understand the tools we are asking them to use. struggle with that question with Wikis, Twitter, Second Life, Facebook and LinkedIn (for starters). This speaks to a rule I have for myself when teaching or leading - thanks to Rick's management lessons. Is this something I have done and / or are willing to do? People can read the inauthenticity if you are telling them to do something you are not willing to do yourself. If I haven't done it before, I NEED to be right there with them.

Is Image Memorability Important to eLearning?

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

Brent Schlenker Program Director for DevLearn I wonder how a silly pic like this, on the right, would rank in a memorability algorithm? Such an algorithm could be useful to graphic designers, photo editors, or anyone trying to decide which of their vacation photos to post on Facebook" - Aude Oliva, associate professor of cognitive science and a senior author of the paper. Management.

RIP @TerrenceWing - eLearning Community Loses a Thought Leader

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

trishuhl Shocked and sad about the news that @TerrenceWing passed away - met him IRL on #DevLearn #ASTD I immediately sent her a DM asking for clarification. I've been following the twitter stream and just checked out his Facebook page. Amidst the sadness of losing him, I'm discovering a new found hope in the new technologies that are so often blamed for ill will. I see the number of lives touched by one man in an endless stream of twitter commets and Facebook postings. I was up early this morning (4am MTN time). And to my shock and disbelief I saw a tweet from @lilybiri.

Who Trains the Trainers?

Mindflash

Whether you are someone that prefers LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, or some other service, there are groups you can connect with to listen to what others in the industry are doing and to share best practices. Are you someone who has ‘fallen into’ your role? Their subject matter expertise gets them selected to become a trainer, and they just join the organization’s training department.

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Google is failing us: how to manage the information overflow?

Challenge to Learn

Websites, blogs, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, newspapers, TV, radio to name a view of the overflowing sources that we need to manage and process. Steve Rosenbaum pointed out in his key note address at DevLearn that search engines like Google become less reliable and that we have to find other ways to manage the information overflow. So I follow all kinds of other blogs with Google reader (via RSS feeds), follow people on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. We are all struggling with the ever-increasing amount of information that we need to manage. decided to test Google myself.

Trade Show Circuit 2013

eLearning 24-7

DevLearn Conference & Expo. The worst offender was the social learning – Facebook LMS guys. In just one month, the e-learning trade show season will be upon us.  While at one time there was little reason to be concerned, those days are way over. Too many e-learning shows. I’m not just talking about here in the states, but on earth (not sure about Mars, though). As a result, many of us (including myself) need to assess and weigh our options. Do we hit two sh0ws? Do we travel to Dubai or visit Denver? Vendors are assessing as well. ASTD TechKnowledge. Vendor Angle.

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Fun is Serious in Social Business

The Learning Generalist

Think of the way you react to your network on Facebook. When I went to Ranthambore this year, I was pretty awestruck by the glory of the men's moustaches there. As some of you know, I was inspired enough to grow my own moustache. My colleague Nikhil's been growing one of his own -- we could potentially double up. Now wait a minute - was that related to work in anyway? Errrm. What's the ROI?

On the Social Web, Everyone Knows If You're a Dog

The Learning Generalist

The Only Social Media Rule You Need to Remember Last year at DevLearn 2010 , my friend and industry colleague Cammy Bean said that the only social media rule or guideline people need is, "Don't be an @$#hole". Real Authority and Respect Comes from Humble Facilitaton I got that response from a community lead of a fairly active wildlife forum on Facebook. There are no two ways about it.

Mobile Learning - 7 Interesting Patterns

The Learning Generalist

Over the last two DevLearn conferences, the big buzz has been around Mobile Learning. Podcasting and Portable Media At DevLearn, I had the pleasure of meeting Inge De Waard , who has really pushed the envelope of elearning by taking mobile learning to South America. I'm talking about applications like Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin. Don't know how to create a podcast?

Sometimes you can be TOO cutting edge

In the Middle of the Curve

Prepping for DevLearn 2008 this weekend. Blogger to Twitter to Facebook link - check. So if anyone knows where I could find a QR Code reader for an LG Dare (tried Google Search and looked at all of the QR resources at the DevLearn site), if you could send a comment on this site or message me on Facebook, I would be very grateful. Know how to mobile post to both blogger and Twitter - check. Know how to work the spiffy new phone - check. Laptop configured and charged - check. Sessions decided (with feedback from the Manager and the Director) - check.

A Look Back at 9 Years of Blogging - Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

Twitter, Facebook, and others had popped up seemingly out of nowhere. Also, by then I was busy programming the DevLearn Conference & Expo for The eLearning Guild. Tomorrow, August 23rd 2005, 9 years ago, I embarked on a most excellent adventure. It started with an unassuming welcome message , on a very plain, boring blogger template. forget about it. to vent.a little. Again.it.

The Perils of an Email Centered Strategy to Social Learning

The Learning Generalist

If you've followed this blog in recent weeks, you may remember that I was privileged to meet him at DevLearn 2010, where he kicked off the conference with a keynote on a pull based knowledge economy. This is where the Facebook activity stream paradigm comes in handy. I get emails, but only when I join a conversation. mostly stay in touch with people over Facebook and Twitter.

#iel11 Leveraging ARGs for Learning

In the Middle of the Curve

Case Study: DevLearn 2009, Zombie Apocalypse - Goals + Introduce/practice using different social media technologies for communication, collaboration and learning + Encourage networking and provide opportunities for relationship building - Game structure + Team play + Collecting clues - Tweets and clue codes. Also used YouTube, Flicker, Facebook, game portal. Teams wound up setting up private facebook pages. Facebook page to communicate info + Unintended consequence - character posting information. Can be used to create alternate reality games. Help to guide. iel11

The Greys

Aaron Silvers

At the end of DevLearn 2010, Jane Bozarth (@JaneBozarth) gave a fantastic talk breaking down how you introduce your boss to Twitter. When I think about the rhetoric that surrounds education and learning, when I hear people talk about how they’ll NEVER use Twitter (or NEVER use Facebook) — whatever it is that one will NEVER do, or whatever it is that ABSOLUTELY MUST BE THIS WAY… I remember that I use those words, too. Hyperbole is a wonderful tool. FTW (“for the win!” ” – a statement that came from World of Warcraft). self-explanatory).

Random Notes from the Communications Reorg

In the Middle of the Curve

Found Twitter's facebook ap. Unfortunately, the new Facebook interface doesn't add your new applications to the applications area of the profile. So now I have a blogger to twitter to facebook interface. I'll continue to use the laptop and wireless during DevLearn for my posts. I'm not certain how I'm going to use it outside of DevLearn. and DevLearn 08. I think I almost have everything set up. As a result, I have to search for the ap each time I want to use it. Found Twitterfeed , which automatically sends a link of my new posts to twitter. Mark O.