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DECEMBER 13, 2011 [eLearning Guild, Element K] eLearning Learning
eLearning (8807). Wiki (2197). eLearning Guild (775). MORE >> EXPERIENCING ELEARNING. eLearning and Fun: Two Words Not Normally Seen Together. Over at the Learning Circuits blog, the big question for July is “How do you make eLearning fun? They are not asking for much there, are they? If you are creating an eLearning course on interpersonal skills, then sure, it can and probably should be fun. THE ELEARNING COACH |. Design Inspiration for Elearning. THE ELEARNING COACH |. EXPERIENCING ELEARNING |.
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AUGUST 10, 2010 [eLearning Guild, Element K] Effective Web Conferences – 41 Resources
primarily used the eLearning Learning and Communities and Networks sites and used Conference , Online Facilitation of Conferences , Online Interaction in Conferences , Moderating Online Interaction , and others. 28 Web Conference Training Tips - eLearning Weekly , July 10, 2009 Learning to use web conferencing technology is pretty easy, but there is a lot more to training via web conference than just putting on a headset, dialing up an audio-conferencing bridge, and logging onto the application. eLearning Technology. Below are some helpful tips. It’s a guess why. &#.
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JULY 6, 2010 [eLearning Guild, Element K] Learning and Development Roundup (vol. 15)
Given the amount of e-Learning that Element K has produced over the years -- both as catalog courses and as custom development -- I suspect our army of instructional designers and media developers have collectively used all 10 of Kuhlmann's techniques (and then some!) The eLearning Guild recognized this and so decided to hold a conference dedicated solely to mobile learning: mLearnCon , held June 15-17 in San Diego. The first two are from Talent Management magazine's June issue: Just Read the Wiki - by Elaine Lees and Elissa Gavette. great read!
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NOVEMBER 6, 2009 [eLearning Guild, Element K] Conference Reports: Recent CSTD and ASTD Events
As I've done in the past here at Element K Blog (see the Industry Events for many conference report postings), I wanted to provide a brief report on a couple of Learning and Development industry conferences. several eLearning Guild events), and I always find it effective for the attendees, as they get a high dose of information on three topics of their choosing, in a very short period of time. they now have a social networking site for the group), but more importantly how they can use technologies such as wikis, blogs, and forums in their own organizations.
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FEBRUARY 13, 2006 [eLearning Guild, Element K] eCornell blog
paradigmatic relationship between online document collaboration tools and wikis. Unfortunately, you need to be a member of The eLearning Guild to see the full article, and I risk copyright infringement by reprinting anything more than the preceding abstract. USES AND POTENTIALS OF WIKIS IN THE CLASSROOM. By Lisa Neal, Editor-in-Chief, eLearn Magazine. Element K.
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ELEMENT K BLOG [eLearning Guild, Element K] The Rise of Webinars, Virtual Conferences, and Twitter Chats
| FRIDAY, MAY 8, 2009
Single-presentation “webinars” (such as those provided by Element K
) have been around for many years, as have multi-speaker “virtual conferences.” An example of the latter would be the “online forums” that the eLearning Guild
does each month. have been a speaker at two of these, first in September of last year when I spoke on “Using Wikis
in a Corporation,“ and then last month when I spoke on “Blending Web 2.0 Technologies with Traditional Formal Learning.” See their list of upcoming online forums —highly recommended. MORE >>
ELEMENT K BLOG [eLearning Guild, Element K] Reflections on the eLearning Guild Annual Gathering 2009
| MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2009
I participated in the eLearning Guild
’s “Annual Gathering” conference , which was held March 10-13 in Orlando, Florida as it was last year. Note that I'll be giving a similar presentation as a free Element K
Webinar on April 8th! Further, a suggestion I made was that the role of the ID might slowly change over time: while it will likely always involve creating formal learning content, some of the ID’s time might involve facilitating—gently guiding—informal learning that is mediated by wikis
, blogs, discussion forums, or social networking platforms. MORE >>
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