#mHealth projects and examples from David Metcalf
OCTOBER 1, 2012
In this recorded seminar he shares some of his expertise on mHealth. With examples from the health sector and some emergency mlearning examples and some challenges.This webinar is part of MobiMOOC, the free, open, online course on mLearning ( [link] ). David Metcalf has a longstanding expertise in mobile projects. mobile mLearning mobile learning health mooc mobimooc mhealth
Boosting engagement with games at World of Learning
SEPTEMBER 22, 2015
How games work to increase engagement and how they fit into workplace elearning are among the questions being answered at a free seminar at the World of Learning exhibition and conference. The free seminar is called How to boost engagement with elearning games and takes place in Theatre 2, 12.15-12.45pm on Tuesday, September 29.
Social Media for Research & Knowledge Sharing at USM!
JUNE 25, 2013
Looking forward to my upcoming 1/2 day seminar at Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) on the 28th June, 2013. SEMINAR DESCRIPTION Today, more than a Billion people use Facebook, and more than 200 million use Twitter actively to connect, network, interact and share with one another. University Social_Media Seminar research OER/FREE USMcool Hashtag 2. Facebook Group 3.
Social Media for Research at SNDT (Webinar)!
MAY 10, 2013
For example today, many doctors are using various Social Media tools to share and discuss their latest research with their fellow professionals and the public. University Social_Media Facebook Seminar research Twitter Google ONLINE TALK The inspiring Prof. How could I say no? Below are the webinar details, and if you feel like joining, too.Why not?
TechSmith Tips – Getting Started with Video Webinars
AUGUST 20, 2015
Webinar is the infinitely clever portmanteau of web and seminar. sample of our setup: Equipment: Camera (with HDMI output, DSLR not recommended). Help: Example setups. Webinar is the infinitely clever portmanteau of web and seminar. What is a Webinar? How we use Webinars. The Value. Building an audience ahead of any live streaming is vital. Good luck! Wirecast Software.
Using Social Media for Research (APAME 2012)
AUGUST 21, 2012
For example today, many doctors are using Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Blogs to share and discuss their latest research with their fellow professionals and the public. Medical Social_Media Seminar web2.0 Using Social Media for Research ' will be presented on the 2nd September (Insya-Allah) at the APAME Convention 2012. Here we go. Sadly, only 20-30 minutes. Great question!
New twist on business simulations at LT Summer Forum
JUNE 1, 2016
Multi-award winning learning provider, Sponge UK will be presenting a free seminar at the exhibition based on its work with pharmaceutical company, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). This seminar will look at ways to exploit immersive environments by combining tech, game mechanics and the best of face-to-face. The company is exhibiting at the Summer Forum at Stand 11.
Formative vs. Summative Assessment
DECEMBER 15, 2015
Examples of Formative & Summative Assessment. Formative assessment examples include: Providing verbal or written summaries. Summative assessment examples include: Performance tasks to see if certain skills were acquired. Participation tasks to encourage learners to engage in lectures, seminars, annd online forums. Assessments are critical to program success.
spread the word: Telemedicine/eHealth Training Workshop at the Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerp - Belgium
JUNE 26, 2008
telemedicine associations) TEACHING METHOD Teaching will consist of lectures, seminars, group discussions, critical reading sessions, exercises on the computer and practical sessions. Looking for a one week workshop that covers the basics for setting up a telemedicine website in low-resource settings ? For the complete info look at this pdf , a short overview below. Deadline 28 July 2008.
The 8-second attention span; or, I'm fine if goldfish are more patient than millennials
MAY 24, 2016
In the world of L&D, the "8 second" claim has been used to support a conceptual shift in instructional design widely known as "microlearning." In its most generalizable sense, the term describes various instructional techniques used to break up information into smaller chunks, leaving behind day-long training seminars and wordy PowerPoint decks.
eLearning: Let the Learner Decide the Path
I Came, I Saw, I Learned
NOVEMBER 22, 2011
" -- Albert Einstein After attending Edward Tufte's seminar (that I wrote about last week) , it got me thinking about being authoritarian with an audience. No Next Button: Some Examples. by AJ George "It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education." Tufte admonished the use of the "slow reveal" in PowerPoint presentations, suggesting instead that if you must use bullet points (he advises against using them altogether), present all your information--clearly and at once. I In theory I understand this.
How to Create Clear Learning Objectives
MAY 14, 2014
Firstly, learners can read the learning objectives for an eLearning course or training seminar and decide whether they want to take it. Prove it by fulfilling the learning objectives using the comments section. I’m looking forward to seeing your sample learning objectives. The phrase “learning objectives” gets thrown around a lot in discussions about training and development. Courses are supposed to have learning objectives, competencies should be related to them, quiz questions should assess how well they’ve been met, and more. But what are learning objectives? Look familiar?
7 places teachers can turn your expertise into cash online today
JUNE 30, 2008
To prove this dictum, Meri asked the learners from a session to give examples of their number 1 favorite online knowledge marketplace? These were some of the examples that were given (and take a look at these great! The core of the presentation is to be â€˜ Thinking seriously while imaging wildly ' as to get new ideas on how to take advantage of the global marketplace as a teacher.
Saffron to denounce the ‘dinosaur LMS’ at LTSF
JUNE 16, 2014
In a free seminar at tomorrow’s Learning Technologies Summer Forum, Saffron (Stand 20) will ask why we put up with LMS products and content repositories which are ten years behind the sites learners actually use. In their place, the seminar will introduce a radical new model for online learning environments, the Learning Experience Network (LEN), which leverages behavioural principles such as framing, peer comparison and the endowment effect. The seminar will explain: Why the ‘enterprise LMS’ is a decade (or more) behind the sites which learners actually use.
Stop Relying on Training for Employee Learning
The Peformance Improvement
JULY 13, 2015
Formal, event-based training (courses, workshops, seminars, MOOCs) has a place in corporate learning but only a small place and only for employee learning that can’t be achieved in other, more timely, less costly, and more effective ways. For example, employees need to be able to respond to workplace, life-threatening accidents that can’t be anticipated and might never occur.
Consultants, Keep Engagement High After Your Workshop
OCTOBER 4, 2016
For example, if you’re helping your clients run better meetings, put laminated checklists in all the conference rooms. It’s in your best interest and theirs to make those skills transfer out of your seminar and into their work. You get your clients off and running. How can you keep them on track for success after you’re gone? Give them resources to lean on. Rinse and repeat.
Are #mLearning projects in Africa really successful? #ICT4D critique
NOVEMBER 10, 2011
Although a propagator of learning with mobile devices, in this seminar John Traxler takes a look at learning with mobile devices from another angle, a critical one while looking for answers from all of us. During his seminar, John raised two major questions: Are learning projects based on mobile devices really helping Africa forward? John Traxler lives and breathes mobility.
50 Ways to Lever Learning
The Peformance Improvement
DECEMBER 16, 2015
Instructor-facilitated seminar – meeting convened by an instructor; learners discuss a topic relevant to their work and chosen by instructor. Simulation – replicating real-life problem solving within a safe environment; for example, learning business acumen by working with a team to solve a typical business problem and receiving immediate feedback on their performance.
10 Benefits of Online Learning
JULY 22, 2016
If you rely solely on classroom training and seminars, you might be interested to know about the benefits of online learning. With an online solution you can significantly cut the cost of training your employees compared to seminars or training workshops. Why wouldn’t you be!? Even though classroom training has stood the test of time, it’s not always the most efficient method.
Our digital future 4: Pervasive computing
Learning with e's
SEPTEMBER 19, 2016
Participants can join in and leave at any time, as the rolling programme of keynotes, discussions, panels and seminars/workshops plays out in real time on screen. There are endless examples of pervasive computing online, and a quick search will unearth some great ideas that have already been put into practice. A few years ago I presented a keynote for the Reform Symposium.
Employee Learning Should Be About Change, Not Continuity
The Peformance Improvement
MAY 5, 2015
Examples abound. They seem to believe that having courses, workshops, and seminars that pass on the values and norms dating back to company founders, is pre-determined. It is common for companies to say that their mission and values are in their DNA. This used to sound good from a marketing perspective but makes no sense today. Same can be said for employee learning.
Top Ten Things Every Designer Needs To Know About People – FREE Seminar
Take an e-Learning Break
NOVEMBER 9, 2011
For example, in the U.S. We design to elicit responses from people. We want them to buy, read, register, and take action of some kind. Designing without understanding about people is like exploring a new city without a map: results will be haphazard, confusing, and inefficient. From her book, 100 Things Every Designer Needs To Know About People , Dr. Weinschenk has picked her top 10 “things” that you need to know in order to design intuitive and engaging websites, applications and products that match the way people think, work, and play.
Improving Professional Learning: 12 Strategies to Enhance Performance
MAY 18, 2016
He begins by clearly stating the purpose of the book, which is to help readers improve their continuing education offerings (events, courses, seminars, trainings, etc). Each chapter focuses on one of Knox’s “evidence-informed concepts,” and then provides real life examples of the concept in practice taken from Knox’s own experience. Improving Professional Learning by Alan B. Feedback.
How eLearning can work in the legal industry
MAY 11, 2015
Scheduling seminars in all those places, besides being costly and a huge time-sink to manage, leaves lawyers and staff in each office learning something different, as instructor skills can vary widely, and even the same instructor might skip some important points or change his delivery. They say that nobody likes lawyers until they need one. I don’t know, I always liked the profession.
A Look Back at E-Learning in 2012
DECEMBER 19, 2012
Authoring Tools – With only a small sample of vendors that are SaaS based, pickings are slim. Best example? iCal – enabling integration of Outlook, Gmail and other internet e-mail providers tied to calendars within the LMS, thus webinars, seminars, etc. I love the end of the year. Many people look back and are amazed. like that because it tells a story. On Fire.
Investing in your Personal ROI without being Self-Centered
JUNE 29, 2015
Then make sure that those needs, goals and outcomes can be supported by the learning objectives of the program you choose to undertake for yourself and your team – whether the you are employing online training , seminar-based teaching or a blended learning approach. Be the Self-Aware Leader Who Leads by Example. First, Know the Business Needs. Listen Carefully.
Here’s my eLearning pet peeve. What’s yours?
Dont Waste Your Time
AUGUST 27, 2014
methods. I am not saying they should change. I am not saying their way is wrong or outdated or inefficient. I am saying that a point-blank refusal to take, for example, negative feedback on board and consider the student’s learning journey to improve the learning materials is obstructive, not just for the module, but for the course, department, and, more importantly, the student success.
How MOOCs Can Solve Common Training Problems
Your Training Edge
SEPTEMBER 17, 2014
This can be the result of many different factors—learners might not find the information valuable or relevant, the training might be too advanced or too easy for the audience, or the seminar room simply might be too warm and the instructor’s voice too soothing. Take, for example, compliance training, which has a reputation for being particularly painful. Copyright 2014 Bryant Nielson.
Why Your Organization Needs a Learning Culture
The Peformance Improvement
DECEMBER 8, 2014
For example, in the past five years, Uber , the poster child for a “shared economy”, has grown from a smartphone app for requesting a taxi ride to a private-ride company valued at $40 billion that is disrupting the taxi business in cities around the world and changing people’s patterns of transportation. Uber is just one of many examples. Not anymore. Competition is Cheap.
Tin Can API, the evolution of SCORM
MAY 27, 2015
For example if John attends a Tedx seminar then this would be sent by Tin Can API to the LRS as “John-attended-Tedx seminar”. Tin Can API means there is less reliance on an LMS as these experiences are stored in a Learning Record Store, or LRS. But how does this relative newcomer differ from what is already out there? SCORM – the precursor to Tin Can API. LMS, LRS or both?
5 keys for Section 508 Compliance and Web Accessibility
OCTOBER 24, 2014
The DOL and NASWA contracted with WCW to have our team of instructional designers build 508-compliant eLearning courses to replace a week-long in-person training seminar. For example, military members are screened for a wide range of abilities. For example, the U.S. Introduction to Section 508 Compliance. Section 508 Web Accessiblity Success Story. link]. link]. The U.S.
Do You Need an mLearning Solution?
OCTOBER 4, 2016
When it comes to L&D, many organisations are happy to rely on occasional face-to-face training seminars. For example, let’s say you want to teach retail staff about visual merchandising. You could push a quick task and ask them for an example of a good (or bad) display in their store. Do you want to discard new methods without investigating the possibilities?
Finding jobs as a post-PhD: strategies & opportunities #PhD #research #job
MARCH 17, 2016
The session is part of the valuable CALRG seminars, which are held at the Open University (UK) and are part of academic professional development and reflection. Those PhDjourney slides can be found here (with links to probation reports, an example of a PhD call proposal, etcetera). Today Koula Charitonos and I are sharing some pointers on how to guide your career to where you want to go (as an academic or TELearning professional). The incomparable Rebecca Ferguson and Liz Fitzgerald drive all the events and make it into an increasing success.
Strategies for Implementing Gamification in Your Training MOOCs
Your Training Edge
DECEMBER 15, 2014
great example of this strategy comes from Salesforce, which implemented a gamification initiative specifically to improve security-related behaviors. The rise of simple, short gaming with learning embedded. A key impact of MOOCs has been to replace hour-long seminars and day-long workshops with bite-sized learning modules. Identify the business goals you want to achieve. Think small.