February 2016 #obsidianchat Summary
FEBRUARY 17, 2016
New post February 2016 #obsidianchat Summary on Obsidian Learning. February 2016 #obsidianchat Summary. Here’s a summary of our discussion. Q3: Based on your own experience, can you share a distributed learning example? Although we did not get specific examples, it seems that everyone is embracing the blended approach for their design and development.
Summary of a Literture Review on The Effectiveness of Instructional Games by Robert Hays
JANUARY 14, 2013
instructional information rather than the requirements of the game. Hays then makes 4 recommendations in the executive summary related to games, he also make some suggestions outside of the executive summary. In 2005, Robert T. Hays, of the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division published the results of an extensive literature review on games for instruction. Game
March 2016 #obsidianchat Summary
MARCH 18, 2016
New post March 2016 #obsidianchat Summary on Obsidian Learning. March 2016 #obsidianchat Summary. Where there’s fun, there’s a readiness to accept new information. This question brought out some fantastic examples from our participants! And to prove that there’s no rest for the weary, @mpsavage tweeted this while on vacation in Orlando “Real time example. link].
April 2016 #Obsidianchat Summary
APRIL 25, 2016
New post April 2016 #Obsidianchat Summary on Obsidian Learning. April 2016 #obsidianchat Summary. For example: visiting a museum exhibit, watching a YouTube video, checking into a location. xAPI helps bridge the gap between formal and informal learning”. Generally speaking, your learners are going to pick up information from non-traditional learning daily. link].
Introduction and Summary Scripts for Virtual Instruction Loan Representative Training in the Financial Services Industry
SEPTEMBER 21, 2012
After years of successfully developing and presenting virtual instruction, I have found that the foundations of a firecracker virtual training class are lighting rod introduction and summary scripts. This and my previous blog contain examples that support training in a variety of industries and disciplines. Samples Scripts The previous blog entry provided an example from the High-Technology industry. Summary Thank you all for attending this short virtual training class. Endings and beginnings are more important than middles. You need to plan for it.
Online Training Job Aids: Critical Information Just a Click Away!
AUGUST 23, 2016
With a tap, and a click he is able to find the information he needs without stumbling and mumbling through his interaction with a prospect. Let’s check a few online job aids to help your workforce get the critical numbers, steps, or information they need. For example, pilots always use a checklist before they take off. “Never memorize something that you can look up.”
Social Media: Creating a LinkedIn Summary That Gets You Noticed
I Came, I Saw, I Learned
FEBRUARY 25, 2015
One of the most powerful assets in your LinkedIn profile is the Summary. What do you want recruiters and prospective employers to gain from reading your summary? For example, I worked for "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" in the 1980s, as designer. Writing Your Summary Begin with a strong statement, a "bang," if you will. Gather your content.
The dawn of a new generation
JULY 22, 2014
So the formal training needs to be sustained, and a powerful way of doing that is with an informal learning environment. A key component of the informal learning environment is the content repository – such as an intranet or a wiki – that contains content that the employee can search or explore at their discretion. And yet… the world is changing. What should Ron do?
Review of Clark Quinn’s New Book: Revolutionize Learning and Development: Performance and Innovation Strategy for the Information Age.
Will at Work Learning
SEPTEMBER 26, 2014
This is very helpful because too many of us in the learning field think that conscious information transfer is all that’s needed, when in fact most of our work is done subconsciously. Formal learning methods are fine for novices but for experts more informal learning methods are needed. Summary: Banging the drum for revolution, Clark Quinn has done our field a great favor!
Strategies for learning and performance support: a summary
SEPTEMBER 6, 2010
To wrap up this series of posts on strategies for learning and performance support, here’s a summary of the characteristics of each. Examples. The learner uses their own initiative to satisfy their particular needs for information and understanding, making use of available resources. To see the original posts, click on the images above or the column headers below. .
eLearning Modules will Die… and 70:20:10 will hold the Smoking Gun
FEBRUARY 9, 2016
Done right, formal learning can add tremendous amounts to a blend, including: Priming mindset and/or directing focus of learners; Introducing high level core concepts or frameworks (possibly through case studies or worked examples); and. From there we’d seek out summaries, tips or even short instructional videos. Anyway, lets start our investigation with the unassuming victim.
BIG DATA, GOOD INFORMATION & A WAY FOR YOU TO USE IT
JANUARY 13, 2014
The first is about big data, the phenomenon that now makes available enormous, staggering, volumes of information almost instantaneously. The second is a condition that says information already known to us can limit how big data can be used because there are other types of knowing to expand thinking. How do we pluck just the right information we need from this torrent of bits?
Is your Learning map student friendly? – CHECKLIST
OCTOBER 27, 2014
Note that this is just a quick overview, for more information you will need to dig deeper into our blog. Chunk information Break your topic into bite-size segments. Small chunks of information are easier for your brain to digest (Why? Colours help to show the organization of the topic and visually guide learners to locate, compare, understand and recall information faster (Read more). Short explanation or summary guides student or summarizes the essential information that should be memorized. Every beginning is difficult. See Working memory capacity ).
Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0 Tools - A Summary
MAY 16, 2006
Final week was a summary discussion The participants in the class were corporate learning professionals from a variety of medium to large organizations. Summary This has been a great learning experience for me. so my focus could have been on richer information sharing" "Have a pre-class experience for those unfamiliar with the tools to learn more about them by having demonstrations or showing examples. Background Over the past six weeks, I've been leading a course: Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0 / eLearning 2.0 approaches. would highly recommend SurveyMonkey.
Linear vs Non-linear learning design
FEBRUARY 22, 2014
The instructional designer determines the flow of information from the start to the end. This means that if the learner clicks, for example, on the page 5, there is no connection between other randomly opened pages. Picture 1: An example of two-dimensional linear design. 2. Picture 2: An example of three-dimensional learning model. Each approach is good for some reason.
The Neuroscience of Social Learning
MARCH 24, 2016
So, for example, by watching another monkey (or human) use a hammer, it will start to learn how to use it itself. For a great, lively summary of mirror neurons, watch this TED talk by neuroscientist Vilayanur Ramachandran ). Social Learning Informal Learning neuroscience researchSocial needs. This makes them more essential than food and water! Mirror neurons. Learning socially.
An innovative use of Mind mapping in Education
JULY 21, 2014
Instead of using linear methods such as lists, tables and lots of written text, a Learning map is built from nodes, arrows, symbols, images, colors in order to organize information in a visual, meaningful way. For example: Objective: Knowing how to create a micro lecture? 1. sub – node: See an example of a badly prepared micro lecture. In this post I’ll show you how.
How to Improve Learning Outcomes With Performance Support
JANUARY 8, 2012
Fortunately, performance support systems have received more attention in recent years, thanks to a broader trend toward informal learning strategies. Here’s a quick sampling of the performance support options available: Job aids, quick reference guides and tip sheets qualify as performance support. Scavenger hunts for information. In Summary.
The Changing Nature of Workplace Learning
MAY 4, 2015
As an L&D professional who is passionate about self-driven learning, #pkm and #pln, and believe in and evangelize social and informal learning, I realize it’s time to take a step back and do a reality check. Gautam Ghosh’s post on How Organizational Culture is the Key to Social Business Success is a succinct summary of the key points. Published on 04-May-2015.
How to effectively architect information for your elearning course
The Learning Generalist
FEBRUARY 6, 2010
As Instructional Designers, its always a challenge to balance meaningful instruction with information. Cathy Moore's action mapping framework is a great way to create lively elearning that allows you to include just the right amount of information in your elearning course. You see, Articulate Studio allows you to customise your player to include some of this information in tabs.
70-20-10: Origin, Research, Purpose
Performance Learning Productivity
AUGUST 13, 2016
The course was basically a summary of the findings of The Lessons of Experience study done over a 13-year period at the Center and published in 1988. These include samples in China, India and Singapore and for female leaders, since the original samples of executives in the early 80s were mostly male. This is a re-post of an article by Cal Wick of Fort Hill. Bob agreed. It does.
MOOCs in Workplace Learning – Part 3: Launching a MOOC
JUNE 8, 2015
“ Networked learning is a process of developing and maintaining connections with people and information, and communicating in such a way so as to support one another’s learning. ” “ Network learners of the future will have access to formal and informal education of their choice, wherever they are located, whenever they are able to participate… The network learner will be an active participant … learning with and from experts and peers wherever they are located.” FUTURE OF MOOCs – An Example. We march backwards into the future.
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!
Essential Components of an Online Course
OCTOBER 28, 2015
About the Author/Instructor/Trainer: Use this slide to introduce yourself to your learners, adding your educational qualifications, experience, contact information, preferred method of communication etc. For example, if you have supplemental course material associated with your course, this slide can be a great way to direct your learners on how and when to access that supplemental information. Lesson/Course Summary: Every course has key points that trainers expect their learners to extract from the course. Conclusion. We live in an era of eLearning.
10 Strategies for Impactful Instruction
JANUARY 28, 2016
At the end of the course you want the participants to leave with new information. Not only that, you want them to apply this information. Those of us who create course should be able to recognize when there isn’t sufficient information. The inforgraphic above (created by How2 ) is a perfect example of such a job aid.
Autonomous Learning - is it the same as informal learning?
FEBRUARY 2, 2010
Formal learning and informal learning. I get the idea here, there is learning that is structured and there is learning that happens outside of structured environments. Marcia Conner's explanation of informal learning is a good starting point in understanding the thinking underlying informal learning. have also written previously on informal learning in these three posts: Informal/Social Learning - Concertina Style. Permission Learning - encouraging the informal. Fish are the last to recognise water = informal learning. It's a little bit of both."
An Exuberant discovery for Lonely and Stressed-out eLearners
SEPTEMBER 11, 2012
Judy Willis writes in Psychology Today and " The Neuroscience of Joyful Education :" [W]hen we scrub joy and comfort from the classroom, we distance our students from effective information processing and long-term memory storage. These examples brought me back to the core ideas I proposed in making technical learning more relevant. We’re lonely but we’re afraid of intimacy.” 1999).
Reasons to use Infographics in ELearning
DECEMBER 28, 2015
For example, when numerical data is being shared it’s often best into chart format as it is easier to understand. Putting Information Into Graphics. In recent years we have seen a new form of information sharing emerge across nearly any topic – the infographic. In short, infographics offer a summary of information in an easy to read and understand format.
Not All Micro-Learning is Created Equal
SEPTEMBER 1, 2016
single piece of micro-learning content, for example, might be a short video that’s just a few minutes long and contain a few key points or tips on single topic. Videos, for example, in the 60 to 90 second range are consumed, but are so short that little content can be successfully conveyed. This number is likely a range found in many informal studies of video length.
2016 Top 10 LMSs
FEBRUARY 9, 2016
Besides the report, you will receive an executive summary PLUS a how to navigate and use the report mp4 with my amazing voice. Here is a brief Sample_Summary – Sample_Pages_EL247Report. it does not include an example of every page in the report nor does the summary include everything in it. . The solution is extremely slick with the marketplace built into the system – so when you buy a course for example, it is the “click” and whalla it is in the LMS. Sorry, no autographs. . f. The price is $599. An super duper deal.
Interaction in online media – a summary
NOVEMBER 5, 2010
The following table provides a summary of the four types of online interaction that we have explored in this mini-series of posts. Examples. The purpose of these interactions is not to gather information that the application can process, but rather to provide the user with an opportunity to search within a space or body of content. For fuller descriptions, click on the links. Type of interaction. Applications. Selecting. Multiple-choice questions. Making selections within images. Making selections within audio-visual events. Rating scales. Hyperlinks. Menus. Supplying.
How colors can enhance memory performance?
JANUARY 12, 2014
Cognitive psychologists discovered different design principles to enhance memory performance and in that way remembering the information. But we can pay attention only to a small amount of information. Monochromatic color schemes are also great for presenting a structure of a piece of information. Picture 3: An example of using the same color scheme for node’s title.
AG08 - Day 1 - Summary
APRIL 16, 2008
Harnessing the Potential of Contextual Informal Learning (Janhavi Padture). wished we could’ve seen more examples or heard more tips for applying this to our organizations. Legal departments have to have that information somewhere. Day 1 of AG08 was busy and completely wore me out - but it was all worth it! The day started with an early discussion at one the Breakfast Byte sessions and ended with dinner at Wolfgang Puck’s restaurant with some great newfound friends. Learning 2.0: Mobile Learning Today and Tomorrow (Judy Brown). Still, it was pretty good.
A Refreshing Take on User Experience Design
DECEMBER 21, 2011
Here’s a quick summary of the points which I found to be relevant to eLearning and Instructional Design. It is better to show people a little bit of information and let them choose if they want more details. Instead of just describing things, show an example. If pages are cluttered people can’t find information. Progressive Disclosure ). People need feedback.