PowerPoint Converter: FAQs and Tutorial
JULY 25, 2014
Stay tuned in the coming weeks for additional information on how to import your presentation. For example, MP4/H.264 encoded video works in Chrome, IE, and Safari, and Firefox on Windows, but it does NOT work on Firefox on Mac. The post PowerPoint Converter: FAQs and Tutorial appeared first on. Our newest element is a game changer. It does work for timed slides, but not others.
Informal Learning – the other 80%
APRIL 16, 2013
The start-up stiffed me but the paper morphed into the Informal Learning book. think it’s held up rather well. I’ll be leading a series of master classes on informal learning and working smarter in Europe. Informal Learning – the other 80%. Because organizations are oblivious to informal learning, they fail to invest in it. “Informal Learning.”
A practical guide to creating reference information: part 2
OCTOBER 27, 2011
In part 1 , we examined how reference information differs from other learning content, the purposes it fulfils and the formats that it can take. We move on to explore best practice in terms of the presentation of the information. Be consistent : It is much easier to navigate information that is presented consistently. Online information is accessed using search boxes and links.
Utilizing Social Learning for Workplace Learning: What Can Learners and Managers Do?
NOVEMBER 13, 2015
It is an informal platform, which is a huge plus for most learners as they find it easier to speak out and share in an online forum than in an actual classroom. Managers need to inform the learners why they created the community or group. Build in Knowledge: Managers should give examples of topics to share or things to post. Social media is here to stay. Learning
Free PowerPoint Template: Conversation Interaction
JULY 21, 2015
In this example it’s a simple back and forth conversation. This free template could be used as a way to share manager/employee information or perhaps as an FAQ interaction. Below is an example of the template in action. mocked up a FAQ interaction on copyright laws. Lots of cool elearning examples to check out and find inspiration. Want to learn more?
6 benefits of social & collaborative learning
OCTOBER 20, 2015
Learning is an experience, everything else is just information” Albert Einstein. reveals that informal learning is not only accepted but also recognized as a huge opportunity by enterprises. Social learning is usually supported by a specific set of features for example, chat, forum, FAQs, blog, etc. Learning doesn’t stop when ‘lesson time is over’. Coach. Share.
Informal Learning: An Interview With Jay Cross
The eLearning Coach
FEBRUARY 3, 2010
A funny thing happened while we were learning informally. A few astute people noticed it, wrote about it and brought it to the forefront of the learning arena. In fact, the buzz about informal learning seems to grow every day. Social learning technologies, which often facilitate informal learning, seem to have paved the way for greater interest in this approach. Tweet This!
How to pair social learning with your LMS for a more engaged workforce
JUNE 23, 2016
Learning by example. Basically, Bandura’s theory is that human beings can learn by example. You’ve probably seen the forgetting curve infographic that states most people only recall 10% of information learned within just 72 hours in typical training environments. Remember, social learning is not learning in groups but rather learning through the example of others. Here are a few ways to build a culture of constant learning at your organization: FAQs and Forums. Experts can edit Wiki content as necessary to ensure the information is always relevant.
#TK11 Keynote: Google’s Karen Wickre and Ann Farmer
FEBRUARY 3, 2011
Twitter = “an information utility” – mostly use them as a heads up on what’s going on – raising information to a level/surfacing it. Example – organize FAQs for the performance management guide Problem: sorting through long lists of FAQs. Solution: tag each FAQ – link to job roles. These are my live blogged notes from Thursday’s keynote at ASTD TK11 with Karen Wickre (Global Communications Team) and Ann Farmer from Google. Writing by individuals not execs. Corporate Comms oversees the internal process for blogs, etc. snappy or straightforward?,
How to Replace Top-Down Training with Collaborative Learning (3)
AUGUST 31, 2012
In its place enters social and informal learning hubs like on-demand content, live online discussions, wikis and forums, and searchable content archives. The great news is that social and informal learning don’t require new systems because learning can take place on the same “platform” as the existing social network, if a company already has one. Third post in a series. Need to share.
Training in the Reality of Work
APRIL 19, 2016
This approach gets training closer in space and time to work, but the videos only share concepts and examples. Learning doesn’t take root until someone actually uses that information as part of the job. It lets people access information from their workstations, but still doesn’t support that final learning step. Learning your job where you have to do you job. Learn more.
Informal learning from the horse’s mouth
Jay Cross's Informal Learning
FEBRUARY 3, 2010
Every morning, my email is littered with very basic questions about informal learning. I’ve been ranting about informal and computer-supported learning in organizations for twelve years now. I’m the Johnny Appleseed of networked, social learning. In fact, the buzz about informal learning seems to grow every day. Connie: What is your definition of informal learning?
Using Blended Learning to Address the Five Moments of Need
FEBRUARY 20, 2015
For example, a cloud based IT services provider imparting training about its products to new hires. In the example above, let’s say the new hires now must be trained to understand each IT product and its usage, how one product differs from the other and what are the advantages and limitations of each. For example, “Troubleshooting issues with downloads” or “E-mail not accessible”.
Examples of eLearning 2.0
SEPTEMBER 22, 2008
approaches used in corporate learning settings: Alongside Formal Learning Blog as writing tool Wiki as a collaborative learning tool Editable reference materials (Wiki) Internal / External Product information Process information Sales scenarios Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) / support information Online reference / glossary Experience Capture New-hire blog Maintaining a â€œlab or project notebookâ€ RSS Reader, Podcasts - Steady Drip Then I ask the group for examples of how they are using eLearning 2.0 approaches. These make sense.
5 Quick Tips to Assess an E-learning Vendor in Just 15 minutes
JUNE 24, 2016
Such information will help you identify whether the e-learning vendor is ideal to shake hands with. 4. Seek for a Sample Project. If you cannot assess all other points mentioned in this post due to time constraints, the ONE thing you can do is – seek for the ‘no cure-no pay’ sample project. Don’t be Misled by Their Website. Check their Experience. Take their References.
Managers: How To Know When You Need to Add Training
JANUARY 27, 2011
It’s amazing what a simple FAQ job aid can do to help employees provide better customer service. Online Training business goals e-learning elearning Employment informal learning Job Skills learning & development small business tipAnd sure enough, within a few minutes a woman tapped me on the shoulder seeking my professional advice. Recognize what training CAN’T do.
How To Build a Serious Game: Part 1
JANUARY 5, 2015
Instruction Design principles, for example like the ADDIE model (analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation) provide valuable inputs to a serious game. Compare this with a regular, information based e-Learning course, where it is challenging to determine if learners are applying the information that is tied with the performance. Time Pressure is a dynamic.
Avoid Learner Overload: Five Rules for eLearning Course Design
FEBRUARY 4, 2014
Imagine sitting down at a computer to complete an eLearning course and instantly becoming confused, overwhelmed, and frustrated with the amount of information that is being dumped on you at once. Too often, they are inundated with information, data, and related content and the course quickly feels much more like a lecture and less like an interactive learning environment. Use cues.
eLearning is not the answer
FEBRUARY 20, 2009
You have to support electronic offerings with mentors, guides, help desks, FAQs, reinforcement, and organizational support. For example regulations specify push learning for compliance training. Nonetheless, most corporate learning is informal; improving the channels for pull learning makes it more effective. Business learning ROI Informal Learning Web 2.0What happened?
Why Content Curation Should be in Your Skillset
APRIL 29, 2015
It can save millions, reduce frustration, and boost the velocity of information in your organization. Curating these items — selecting, organizing, evaluating, and sharing them widely — multiplies an organization’s return on information many times over. An example: How Jay Cross Curates Content. Here’s an example of a no-cost, one-person curation project. articles.
LMS State of Affairs
AUGUST 1, 2014
Built-in authoring tool – If you are expecting something like Storyline, forget it – not there yet; unless vendor has a partnership with an authoring tool vendor – example: Claro. App store and/or integrations across the board – example MailChimp. Training communities – not actually part of the system, but provides a wealth of information including how to videos for administrators. Training often comes in the form of webinars whereas there could be many clients on it, rather than just you; videos, guides, FAQ, Knowledge bases. Not close.
5 Amazing Features That Make UpsideLMS 5.0 So Desirable
JANUARY 31, 2012
Well defined menus reduce the information-searching time, while the logically defined structure ensures a smooth flow. The new menu style has been adopted to enable users to navigate to the desired section quickly in least number of clicks. A key example is the new design of the Events Calendar where the users can view the calendar and events without leaving the page. 3. UpsideLMS 5.0
Microlearning under the Microscope: How to Incorporate Microlearning into Online Training
JULY 23, 2014
Blog posts and articles: Encourage learners to create articles that teach how to do something, answer FAQs, or tell stories about lessons learned. YouTube, TED, and Khan Academy are often touted as successful examples of microlearning. Coaches (tutors, teachers, and parents) are informed of student progress. Why Use Microlearning Techniques? Microlearning is hands on.
Working Smarter in Social Business
MARCH 2, 2012
Social L&D optimizes learning by making it easy for workers, novices and old hands alike, to find the information they need from FAQs and knowledge bases or from coaches, experts and peers. Instead of tracking butts in seats, they monitor the fow on information in social networks and its impact on key business metrics. Continuous improvement. This is a game changer. water.
More Answers to Your Rapid E-Learning Questions
NOVEMBER 20, 2012
For example, Mighty Deals just offered a bunch of illustrated characters for a big discount. If the course is only information, then it’s hard to make it interactive. Create some treatments to show before and after examples of interactive elearning. Sometimes a simple approach to information-based elearning is to create a quick FAQ module. want to get a degree.
Bob Mosher: Performance Support and Learning at the Moment of Need #ls2010
MARCH 23, 2010
they expect it, informal, interruption, necessary eLearning invented J.I.T. Informal Learning “What’s in a name?” Informal sounds optional. She says “call it performance support and not informal, cuz you can’t get a CFO to pay for informal learning.” FAQs Help Desk SIMS Pod casts coaching ereference webinars recorded webinars instant messaging. My live blogged notes from eLearning Foundations Intensive with Bob Mosher. Here’s a picture! J.I.T. = “just in time” – the acronym was born in 1992. What does this mean to the learner? Anytime, anywhere”.
Use Your LMS to ???Get Personal??? with Your Learners
AUGUST 11, 2014
Example: Is your name on the Coke bottle? Your SMEs could then host meetups, write explanatory intranet or blog articles, blast FAQ information to departments, or otherwise find ways to fill knowledge gaps. Training related to safety and compliance, for example, is not optional. It is typically not meant for private tutoring or coaching. The Context is the Thing.
Life As a Startup Marketing Manager
NOVEMBER 17, 2014
For example, I need to be aware of the product roadmap and new features so I can schedule webinars to address questions and create new FAQ pages on the website. Ernie: What brand do you think is an example of good marketing? For example, they allow customers to create new cards, which gets people excited about their product. think Old Spice is a great example of using alternative media to get your message out. Katie: I think I’m most proud of our blog and the wealth of information it has to offer. love to learn; I’m a lifelong learner.
Product Review Raptivity
JUNE 27, 2011
Essentials pack – comes with two Glossaries options and two FAQ – when did those become full interactive experiences that stimulate learning. Upsell to other packs – you see in their description of the interactivity you select, and also in the right panel on additional information. Product: Raptivity. Raptivity is an interaction tool. Welcome to Confusion. Average.
The Difference Between Technical Writing and Instructional Design
The Writers Gateway
JUNE 4, 2010
Technical Writing also called Information Development pertains to the software/hardware industries and basically involves writing documents for software/hardware products. For example, if you are working on a BPM product, you will not be able to write effective documentation without getting a good understanding of concepts such as Web Services, SOA, Mapping and so on. So here we go!
The Lonely eLearner: Creating Social Learning Anchors | Social.
MARCH 8, 2011
Here’s an example: A company is rolling out a new expense reporting and approval system and needs to train over 1000 users. On the flip side of that, knowing you got something right that many others did not can motivate you to cement that piece of information in your long term memory. agree with Clive’s observations on this topic. you have system access when it goes live.
Small Businesses: How to Get Started with E-Learning (Without Blowing Your Budget)
FEBRUARY 9, 2011
ASTD’s Learning Circuits just published their annual survey of E-Learning Trends and, being the training geek that I am, I’ve taken some time to compare last year’s survey with the current survey to spot trends that may impact my work and inform my interactions with clients. Check out 2010′s chart on the left compared to 2011′s chart on the right. In 2010, 40.6%
eLearning Tip: The Difference Between Copyright Free and Royalty Free
APRIL 16, 2015
E-Enabled Performance Support with Ruth Haddon #ICELW Concurrent Session Notes
JUNE 12, 2014
Ruth Haddon, COO Epic US @epictalkUSA @rahaddon People use technology interchangeably -- we want to be able to access our information on any device. create resources and videos to help people integrate tools right into the software portals and integrated software systems to provide searchable information make sure these resources are available on mobile, tablets -- the places where we need them Examples : 1. FAQs with experts -- taking the conversations you want to have with an expert, to scale it so everyone can get that info. hands free way of getting information.
eLearning is not the answer
FEBRUARY 20, 2009
You have to support electronic offerings with mentors, guides, help desks, FAQs, reinforcement, and organizational support. For example regulations specify push learning for compliance training. Nonetheless, most corporate learning is informal; improving the channels for pull learning makes it more effective. Business learning ROI Informal Learning Web 2.0eLearning is not a big cost-cutter. Corporations are flocking to eLearning for all the wrong reasons. It’s cheaper: no travel, no facilities cost, no instructor salaries. It didn’t work. What happened?
The Three Dubya's - Wimba, Webex and WiZiQ
SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
Example: Interaction during Live Online Webex Class Note: technology should be like a good football (soccer) referee i.e Recordings Need to review this information but my experience was as follows: Webex: Can download and edit in special editor. Coming towards the end of a phase of Live Online Learning learning using Wimba Live Classroom. For a monthly fee more services can be added.
The Learning Continuum – Using the PDR Design Model
Living in Learning
AUGUST 14, 2009
In the first hour-long segment, an Industry Perspectives panelist, Josh Bersin made an observation that validated one significant trend in particular – the rapid increase in the use of informal learning. Countless definitions of informal learning exist, and from what I can see, they are all consistent in application – learning that takes place outside of formal learning venues like training in the classroom or online (e-learning). Popular phrases like “just-in-time” learning, or as I like to call it, Performer Support, fall under the category of learning informally. below).
OCTOBER 27, 2009
But, let's face it T/W sessions or large lectures are quite efficient methods in disseminating information and knowledge. Assume that for example we want to train teachers or lecturers to development course content more creatively and rapidly. Besides manuals and guides, we could develop a dynamic FAQs online feature, which is searchable, allows comments, ratings and rankings, etc.
On motivation – I took my harp to party
MAY 26, 2012
The behaviour of Managers and of Trainers are examples of extrinsic motivation. This informs how we identify and satisfy their needs and so reduce resistance. Through focus groups or Roadshow presentations or via FAQs on a website you can gather people’s questions, concerns and misapprehensions and then deal with them at future stages in this model for change. The Champion can demonstrate how eLearning (for example) can get closer to individuals’ needs; how it can be more flexible, modular, accessible and effective. Part 5 of a series on motivation. Stage 1.
24 Hour Conversation on Learning in Organizations - Free
APRIL 19, 2009
Here's the FAQ. They will be discussing topics that include: Learning in an era of networked intelligence Show me the money: examples of the payback of social/networked learning New roles for learning professionals Changing corporate culture to accommodate the new learning Making informal learning concrete Twitter and the march toward real-time learning How can we get learners to take responsibility for their own learning? CGI: Bringing the internet inside for informal learning & transformation Case examples of informal learning in corporations.
Web 2.0 Applications in Learning
MARCH 3, 2008
Existing Adoption At the very start I asked the audience for examples of where they were currently using these tools as part of learning solutions. There were about 7 examples mentioned including Intuit using a Wiki-like system for customers to ask questions/get advice around taxes, using a group blog with students prior to a formal learning event, the US Army's use of collaboration tools to share best practices in Iraq, and several others. No anonymous editing Does anyone have good examples of CYA language you can put on a Wiki? Applications in Learning. Tools? Web 2.0
Is who more important than what?
Spark Your Interest
JUNE 17, 2010
I was struck today by the thought that in many organizations, the emphasis is on collecting, codifying and disseminating information. Yet, we are also all overwhelmed by information. I noticed this week, as I wanted to follow both the #mlearncon and #e2conf AND watch World Cup (cheering for the Canadian…grass! ), egad then #lrncht , via Twitter, too! I found this challenging. There How true is that for many people? We can’t possibly track all the information that we’d like (remember the Big Question at Learning Circuits – How do you keep up ).
Google Guide - Making Searching Even Easier (Nancy Blachman)
NOVEMBER 12, 2007
Link to Google Guide Using the Google Guide Effectively (FAQs) WHAT? developed Google Guide because I wanted more information about Google's capabilties, features, and services than I found on Google's website." - Nancy Blachman " Google is so easy to use, why take this online tutorial? It gives you a more relaxed and informal learning touch to it! JUICE? Where am I going?
Why newbieâ€™s doubt jumping into eLearning - INASâ€™ biggest concerns
MAY 30, 2008
choose to start from the concerns people in INAS had to build an informal presentation build on Q&A and nourished with examples from medical courses and methods we have build at ITM which were running on my computer. If the remote areas would have access to a computer with CDRom, that is. All the participants in the meeting were in favor of eLearning. Jetlag is getting to me
Google Guide - Making Searching Even Easier (Nancy Blachman)
NOVEMBER 12, 2007
Link to Google Guide Using the Google Guide Effectively (FAQs) WHAT? developed Google Guide because I wanted more information about Google's capabilties, features, and services than I found on Google's website." - Nancy Blachman " Google is so easy to use, why take this online tutorial? The guide can for example be explored according to three (3) levels: Novices - Explains how to write a query that will help you find just what you want. Teens - Provides a lot of different types of sample queries and exercises (Get straight to the point, I am a teen!). JUICE? Wake up!