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This Dummy is No Dummy

Kapp Notes

When most training and education developers think of simulations, they think of online simulations or if you talk to an airline pilot she might mention a flight simulator. Sounds like they need some practice. Enter medical mannequins also known as patient simulators. These gadgets are the medical equivalent of flight simulators. One such medical mannequin is named iStan.

Will at Work Learning: FREE Research Report on Feedback

Will at Work Learning

call me crazy, but i think it's important to invest in the research base for our field. i've spent a good chunk of the last year reviewing research from the world's preeminent refereed journals in regard to how to give learners feedback

Online collaboration

Jay Cross

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Making Six Sigma Training Fun

Learning Visions

So Many Ducks OK. Maybe it's not possible to make Six Sigma eLearning fun. But I've tried. And to be honest, it wasn't quite Six Sigma, but close. This manufacturing process training course was originally delivered as a four hour plus

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How to Create a Customer Training Strategy

Want to develop an effective customer training strategy for your organization? Download this guide to learn some simple steps you can follow to set your team up for success. Click to download.

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Internet Time Blog » Interesting sites

Jay Cross

the sextet shares a few non-learning sites that may interest you. jon husband's wirearchy blog provides an alternate point of view on corporations, technology and organizational development. jon's focus is on the “social architecture

Experiencing E-Learning » Daily Bookmarks 05/09/2008

Experiencing eLearning

will at work learning: free research report on feedback. 21 points from research on feedback summarized, plus a downloadable free report with all the details. feedback is generally good for learners and should tell them the right

You ask for some online games.I give you the FBI.

Kapp Notes

Ok, so one of my favorite quotes in Die Hard is when Hans and Theo are trying to get into the vault and Theo is not sure how they are going to get past a certain lock and then, the FBI agents (Johnson and Johnson)cut the power circuits thus opening the vault and Hans says "The circuits which cannnot be cut locally are cut automatically in response to a terrorist attack.

Is PowerPoint Evil? (Part 3)

ZaidLearn

Part 1 - Teaching Habits That Inspire You Out of Learning? Part 2 - I Have Bragging Rights, Because I Am.? ZaidLearn's Del.icio.us PowerPoint Links "It's the way people depend on all those bells and whistles that come with the software to try to shore up a weak presentation." - Chris Oakes (1998) ".To PowerPoint is a competent slide manager and projector. suppose PowerPoint is evil! Wait a minute!

Take Charge of your eLearning environment

Learn how to maximize the impact of your learning by aligning to the goals of your organization, how to establish a learning culture with gamification including leaderboards and badges. Discover a learning content management system that is both powerful and easy to configure and manage.

I Report Bugs - Do You?

Tony Karrer

I received an email telling me that my blog was having problems (showing code all over the page). quickly checked and didn't see a problem and sent an email back. The response I received was: Your blog looks fine now. Sorry for wasting your time. What a misconception. The person had taken the time to report a possible bug on my site. In my mind they are doing me a huge favor. Most of the time I report bugs. And this extends beyond the online world. If I'm at a restaurant, I will try to tell the manager about an issue - most of the time not to fix it, just to make them aware. is this the norm?

Making Six Sigma Training Fun

Learning Visions

Online Presentation for ELearning! Magazine

Kapp Notes

Join me on Tuesday May 13, 2008 for an online presentation titled Increasing Learner performance Through Interactivity. The time is 10:00 AM PST which is 1:00 EST. The presentation description: Designing engaging interactive instruction can help learners increase knowledge and performance. Learn how to use instructional strategies to develop interactive exercises and activities that support on-the-job performance. Review five key design strategies that encourage interactivity. See examples of interactive exercises and explore the possibilities of adding similar activities to your instruction.

Experiencing E-Learning » Community Size & Connection Strength

Experiencing eLearning

britt watwood asked a thought-provoking question in a comment, and he graciously agreed to let me promote his comment to a post. question i think for all of us - which ties in with shirky's latest book - is at what point does a

Transform Your Video Strategy for Enterprise Learning & Communication

We sat down with Tom Clancy, former CLO of EMC, to discuss the role of video in the future of enterprise learning and communication.

Twitter Status

Tony Karrer

My twitter status just changed. Sue Waters - who I met through the posts: Reframing Conference Social Tool Participatio and Social Conference Tools - Expect Poor Results yesterday walked me through what she had done at a couple of conferences. See her page: mlearn2007 by others and mlearn2007 my notes. Along the way, she convinced me that Twitter was something that I should stop resisting. She did this by sending a tweet out that asked how Twitter helped people with their personal learning. She quickly got back: dmcordell @dswaters Hi, Sue. I'm the only LMS in a rural district. Great for PD.

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Learnlets » Social Nutworking

Clark Quinn

It's not the well-meaning people who are nuts, it's the proliferation of ways in which to network; it's completely nuts! In recent weeks I've received invitations to join Pulse, FriendFeed, Naymz, Twitter, and now Diigo (and I'm

EDEN on the Tagus

Learning with e's

This year's EDEN ( European Distance and Elearning Network ) conference looks like being a real blast. It will be in Lisbon, Portugal, in the middle of June. Last week, I was informed that my paper had been accepted (I will be talking about blogs, would you believe?) and so this week I booked my hotel. Today the message below was sent from EDEN to all delegates, and it looks very appetising.

Experiencing E-Learning » Daily Bookmarks 05/04/2008

Experiencing eLearning

impress your friends and co-workers: obscure firefox keyword search » cogdogblog. set up a keyword search in firefox for any site that has a search box. handy little trick, with directions and a useful example

Seven Simple Secrets to Off-the-Shelf Course Success

Off-the-shelf elearning is applicable for a wide audience, but it won’t address your organization’s unique situations or distinctive content. So are these courses all that helpful? For sure! Read on for 7 secrets to make off-the-self learning your own.

How real is a training simulation?

The Learning Generalist

In my training career, one of the wishes I've seen a lot of professionals express is; "I want the training to be as close to reality as possible". While I appreciate the intent, its often important to understand that there are various reasons why a training environment should not model reality a 100%. Trying to mimic that environment with a group of inexperienced folks does NOT model reality.

Wdigets Conference 2008

Vignettes Learning

Stay tuned for the Widget Summit [link] Check some of the sessions and speakers. Although this may seem too geeky for the average trainer and learning officer, this illustrates how organizations continue to make our lives better with improved widgets in social networking, mobile learning, etc.

FreeSat

Learning with e's

The new free satellite service being offered across the UK probably won't cause any dramatic changes in pay-to-view TV in the coming months. But we could certainly see the demise of FreeView, which the new service could make completely redundant. So, no change there then. Posted by Steve Wheeler from Learning with e's.

Daily Bookmarks 05/03/2008

Experiencing eLearning

Dave's Whiteboard » Blog Archive » Think and do? Dave Ferguson explains at the end of this post his “three links out&# idea. You read a post on one of your regular blogs, then click a link (1). From there, click another link (2). From that place, click a third link (3). This brings you outside your regular circle of reading so you’re explosed to new people and ideas. Seems like a good lifelong learning technique. tags: blog , conversation , connection , lifelonglearning. The Heart of Innovation: The Top 100 Lamest Excuses for Not Innovating. tags: change , orgculture.

Leaving performance reviews behind: Where to start [Guide]

Is your company ready to move beyond the annual performance review? Where do you start? What are the keys to success? In this guide, you’ll gain an understanding of: the forces driving change, three foundations of success and take a deep dive into the skills gap many managers have that will sink your efforts before they start and how to address them.

How real is a training simulation?

The Learning Generalist

In my training career, one of the wishes I've seen a lot of professionals express is; "I want the training to be as close to reality as possible". While I appreciate the intent, its often important to understand that there are various reasons why a training environment should not model reality a 100%. Trying to mimic that environment with a group of inexperienced folks does NOT model reality.

Training Leadership Summit Workshop Summary

Tony O'Driscoll

Yesterday I deliverd a one day workshop to 20 learning leaders at the beautiful Rancho Bernardo resort in San Diego. This was a great turnout given that this conference caters to high level decision makers in enterprise learning. The attendees were very enthused about the possibilities that Virtual Worlds can provide to help change the game in learning. Information is a non-appropriable resource.

Legend of the Motorcycle

Jay Cross

Today Uta and I drove to Half Moon Bay for an impressive motorcycle c oncourse d’elegance. Slide show. When I was 14, I bought a Peugeot BB Sport cyclomoteur , a 50cc motorbike, the perfect ride for an American teenager living just outside Paris for a couple of years. Back in the States, I had no occasion to ride a two-wheeler until a college buddy dropped by my house on his BMW R50.

Coming for your job.or at least the way you do it now.

Mark Oehlert

( photo credit ) I keep telling people that the whole "Web X.0 thing" (I thought I had that original idea this morning, Googled it and found like 520,000 results with the oldest one seeming to date from 2005 by Joi Ito - 2005 in Web Time being something akin to the Paleoproterozoic ) really reminds of the introduction of e-learning. The other similarity is inevitability. Web X.0 Change.

Attract, Engage, and Develop Talent using Open Badges: An IBM case study

Companies have an incredible opportunity to use badges to help attract, engage, recognize and develop talent. There have been significant developments around digital credentials and particularly the fast rise of badges and micro-credentials. Learning Professionals need to be aware of what's happening and innovators should be taking a leading role. In this session, David will go through the well-known IBM Open Badge Program to help explain badge programs.