| || |
| | KAPP NOTES
OCTOBER 10, 2011 Design e-Learning Like a Game Developer: Provide Incentives for Good Work
You do something great in a game, you get rewarded. In fact, you even get rewarded if you do something simple like bump into a gold coin. If you bump into it, you collect the coin and eventually you’ve bumped into or walked through enough gold coins to purchase something. Games provide incentives for doing what they want you to do. This is a good thing and is encouraged by the game developers.
| | CLIVE ON LEARNING
OCTOBER 10, 2011 Cases in custom content development - 3
For some background to these cases, see my initial post. Case 3 You were the project manager for an e-learning programme that was launched six months back. The purpose of the programme was to train administrative staff in a major systems change. You have just met with your client who has raised a number of issues: The system is due for a revision within the coming month and this will require some changes to the e-learning materials. Unfortunately, the project team has been disbanded and there is no-one available to oversee the changes. What would you recommend? cases
| | UPSIDE LEARNING BLOG
OCTOBER 10, 2011 An Augmented Reality Future
Every now and again, I’m blown away by the imaginative apps I see in the iOS App Store, as did this one: Ghost Guitar. The app utilizes the iPhone or iPad 2’s front-facing camera to track your hands. You strum with your right hand and fret chords with the left. Quite a simple mechanic that has been exceedingly well-implemented.
| | BRAVE NEW ORG
OCTOBER 10, 2011 Review: SharePoint Conference 2011
I recently had the opportunity to attend and speak at SharePoint Conference 2011 in Anaheim, California along with roughly 8,000 other attendees. This was the first SharePoint conference since the Fall of 2009. It was also the first conference since the launch of SharePoint 2010 – the latest public version available to customers. Interest was plentiful in social, rest assured. Sad really.
| || || || |
TRINA RIMMER You Are Not a PowerPoint Monkey
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
In Brian Dusablon's and Judy Unrein's recent ' The Toolbar ' podcast they talked about the features of their dream elearning authoring tools, and I was really struck by the point that most elearning authoring tools aren't designed for 'designers'; they're designed for people who aren't designers. Think about it: most of today's popular tools and learning web apps are marketed with the message that the tools can be used to equip SMEs and other non-designer types with the ability to easily convert their existing content (usually PowerPoint) into (amazing, brilliant, life-changing) elearning. MORE >>
WONDERFUL BRAIN IMPROVING PERFORMANCE | KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SERIES WHITE PAPER
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
What can we learn from the methods used to develop curriculum from the academic and corporate sides of the street? In this comparison we can draw come conclusions and discover ways to enhance the integrity of the processes and the resulting knowledge development. Click here for the Improving Performance White Paper. Comments and responses are welcome. Please respond via the blog MORE >>
- Raptivity 6.6 Enhanced Element Collection Management
When a product evolves from one generation to the next, many things get better - sometimes to a point where you find it hard to imagine how they had been before. am having one of those moments with Raptivity right now. One recently implemented feature of Raptivity 6.6 has got me thinking. It is the Enhanced Element Collection Management functionality. know that sounds a mouthful - but the idea is really basic. In designing interactions, you often need collections of similar elements. All these are examples of collections. That was life before Raptivity 6.6. Now with Raptivity 6.6, Why is that? MORE >>
- Spreading social capitalism
Tweet I had the pleasure of meeting Dan Robles at Innotribe and his recent post on It is Time to Evolve , got me thinking and making some connections. Dan starts with the big picture: How the world really works. The Internet and social media have shifted the factors of production away from land, labor, and capital to a higher order of human organization. This is what we need to be talking about. People today produce things with knowledge – social, creative, and intellectual knowledge. These are the factors of production for that 99% of the value that exists on Earth. MORE >>
LEARNING DEVELOPMENTS Using Blank Slides for Feedback in Articulate Quizmaker
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
Articulate Quizmaker is a great tool for quickly creating professional looking quizzes. It also contains the concept of a blank slide that can be put any where in a quiz and used for any type of learning, feedback, or reinforcement of learning concepts. show an example of how to use blank slides for creating rich feedback in Quizmaker in my guest blog post for Integrated Learning Services Crafting Feedback in Articulate. Quiz Articulate MORE >>
- We are a community BRIAN DUSABLON | MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
- Company News E-LEARNING UNCOVERED | MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
- 2011 aLearning Association Survey Results Summary — Part 1 ALEARNING | MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
- Elephants of HR Software Enter the Talent Management Market LEARNING ON THE LEADING EDGE | MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
- Training’s like dieting, or, weighting for results DAVE'S WHITEBOARD | MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
- Profile: Motion Math CLARK ALDRICH | MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
- Please Don’t Call Your LMS an LMS MINDFLASH | MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
- Social Network Engagement vs SPAM ECONTENT | MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
- Tough Times Apparently Call for Selfish Leaders BAMBOO PROJECT | MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
- A Father's Joy! ECONTENT | MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
- Quizzing in Adobe Captivate – Interesting Basics (Part 2) ADOBE CAPTIVATE BLOG | MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
- Do we need a LMS? E-LEARNING ACADEMY | MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011
eLearning Learning can personalize the content based on your interests, your LinkedIn profile, what you share on Twitter and LinkedIn, and what content people similar to you are sharing. More on Content Personalization
Sign-in using your social networks so we can begin to personalize your experience.
We need your email and password to allow you to log into your personalization features.
Enter your email address to reset your password. A temporary password will be e-mailed to you so that you may log in.