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Why I left Linkedin

Spicy Learning

A couple of months back I made the decision to delete my LinkedIn profile, a decision greeted with incredulity from all quarters. By “one”, Tom was referring to LinkedIn’s classification as a “social media” platform, lumped in with Facebook, Twitter,  Yammer, MySpace, Bebo, Friendster and the rest. Is my information safe with them? Blog e-Learning Social learning

Why I left Linkedin

Spicy Learning

A couple of months back I made the decision to delete my LinkedIn profile, a decision greeted with incredulity from all quarters. By “one”, Tom was referring to LinkedIn’s classification as a “social media” platform, lumped in with Facebook, Twitter,  Yammer, MySpace, Bebo, Friendster and the rest. Is my information safe with them? Blog e-Learning Social learning

Twitter as Social Learning: Seven Ways to Facilitate the Exchange.

Social Learning

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Twitter as Social Learning: Seven Ways to Facilitate the Exchange of Information by Paul on March 14, 2011 in social learning Most of us in the adult learning industry have already found and incorporated Twitter into our everyday lives.  Twitter gets a bad rap.  Blog this! Properly d.

What Millennials Want from Member Education

Association eLearning

At first, my computer only included educational games (my mom was a bit of a hippie and opposed the violent and competitive games my friends were playing).  I learned some basic html coding when I was just 11 years old because I constantly wanted to update the backgrounds on my NeoPets and MySpace profiles. Share this on LinkedIn. assnchat. Association Chat (@assnchat) June 3, 2014.

Top 100 Tools for Learning in 2014

OpenSesame

See a complete picture of your day, including information on people you''ll be meeting with and even notes you''ll need for the appointments. Fooducate - Be informed about the foods you purchase with grades regarding nutritional value and useful tidbits such as what minerals or nutrients a food includes. Silent Circle - Have to send sensitive information over the phone?

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Using social media for eLearning (a look at the top 6 social platforms)

eFront

huge part of our social lives already happens online rather than in the “real world” And while individual social media networks might rise and fall (remember MySpace?), LinkedIn. We had a look at the 6 most popular social networks, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Google+, LinkedIn and Instagram. Social media have become an indispensable part of modern life. Twitter.

How the Fastest Growing Companies are Using Social Media

Upside Learning

In 2009, several new tools were added including the popular microblogging service Twitter and other popular social networking sites like Linkedin, Facebook, and MySpace. Related posts: The Social Media and Mobile Computing Explosion When should you use Informal Learning? 500 approximately one year and two years earlier. Three things that stand out for us: 1.

Web 2.0 Corporate Access

Clark Quinn

somewhat understand why MySpace might get blocked (28%) but given how many people are using Facebook for business connections, blocking it at almost the same rate is a little bit of a surprise. Digg 9.8% But most surprising - LinkedIn being blocked by 7.9%. Of course, if it were me, I would absolutely open up access to LinkedIn. This also shows the discrepancy in the perspective of getting information via a resource like Wikipedia vs. getting it from other people via something like LinkedIn. survey. Tools Used in corporations. tools. Wow, that's quite a bit.

21st Century L&D Skills

Performance Learning Productivity

I was recently involved in a discussion about 21st Century learning skills in one of the LinkedIn Groups. In the wake of that innovation the concept of information and knowledge being held by the few and dispensed in structured learning events to the many collapsed. It’s got to include performance support, and informal learning. So, what’s changed? Then two things happened.

Noughties. but nice

Learning with e's

If we time jumped from then to 2009, the way we now communicate, learn, search for information, share content and consume entertainment would be unrecognisable. Social networking sites: Facebook (2006), Myspace (2003), Bebo (2005), LinkedIn (2003) and other sites together have changed the face of social networking for ever. perhaps we could do without ringtones. Clever.

Reach out and connect

Learning with e's

Most of us have a Facebook account, and maybe a LinkedIn account too. Lots of us use Twitter, and some of those out on the periphery may still be using Myspace or Bebo. Firstly, I believe we need to network more smartly, particularly in a manner that helps us to learn more effectively in both formal and informal contexts. So what's the big deal about this? Unported License.

I want to facilitate online discussions but how do I choose the right platform?

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

Opening a group on an existing social network sites such as Facebook or LinkedIn. Most major social network sites such as MySpace and LinkedIn have the opportunity to start your own group. Your information is stored externally. discussion forum functionality is key for this purpose, other things are nice to have but often blur the decision about the forum to choose.

Social Grid Follow-up

Tony Karrer

Twitter as Personal Work and Learning Tool My LinkedIn Open Connection Approach - Treating LinkedIn like a massive, virtual cocktail party. Other Ways to Tap into the Social Grid In the session, I discussed the use of LinkedIn, Twitter and Blogging as my primary tools for tapping into the social grid. Linkedin. I've not dealt with negative comments on LinkedIn.

Presentation to Research Working Group on Multigenerational Knowledge Transfer

Kapp Notes

These postings and links support the presentation and provide additional information on the topic of "Tools for Transferring Know How." Examples of Different Types of E-Learning Aggregator (here is an example of an RSS Aggregator) Training Blogs Three-Dimensional Worlds Second Life ProtoSphere Active Worlds There Social Networking LinkedIn MySpace Facebook Social Bookmarking del.icio.us Here are some links to blog postings I've done related to the topic and other related links.

TCC08: Creating and Teaching a College-Level Undergraduate Course in Social Networking

Experiencing eLearning

Wachovia is testing social networking for sharing information and developing community within the community. Right now, this is “Tier 1″ Proprietary with some customization (like Facebook & MySpace). Myspace. LinkedIn. This is another liveblogged post from the TCC 2008 conference, presented by Robert Fulkerth, Ageno School of Business, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA. Developed a course on social networking for business. Will teach with blogs and a wiki. Using the tools to teach the content–mostly avoiding the LMS. Premises. Facebook.

Social Networks

Clark Quinn

Virginia Yonkers told us - I would like to know how to manage the information flows in social networks. have been part of Ning groups before, but find it overwhelming, very quickly because there seems to be multiple inputs for information. discussed part of this in my recent screencasts LinkedIn for Finding Expertise and Searching for Expertise - LinkedIn Answers. Certainly, the conversations and the finding of expertise via social networks such as LinkedIn is a big part of their use. Here in Brazil, people are more familiar with Orkut or Myspace.

Rapid Content Authoring Tools 2010 – Innovators, Winners and Updated Trends

eLearning 24-7

iTunes, iTunes University, Facebook, MySpace, CD, web server & more. Go on Linkedin and ask around on the product, look for people who have similar experience to you – i.e. newbies or if you have limited tech skill sets – I have found one thing to be very true about RCATs compared to other e-learning solutions/products. want to thank each and every reader of this blog this year, and I hope you have found the information over the course of the year beneficial and useful. Some acquisitions, some goodbyes, but overall very strong.  31st). Game Changer! Dynamic.

An Exploration of Social Networking

Learnadoodledastic

Social Networking The most obvious examples of Social Networking sites are ' facebook ' and ' myspace ' and both are quite obviously about socializing. If we can persevere with ning for now - i think it will be the best option, keep me informed of how you are getting on. for teaching and Learning: The basics - blogs, wikis and tagging I guess that we can say the learning has begun.

What tools should we learn?

Learning and Working on the Web

By creating your own “tag” you can have everyone finding information about competitors or new trends. A tag such as “ABC123? There’s more information about taxonomies, ontologies, folksonomies and thesauri at SmartLogic. Jay Cross , CEO of Internet Time Group and author of Informal Learning, likens a blog to a camera. Social Bookmarks. Enter the social bookmark. Blogs.

Facebook Connect

George Siemens

The scattered, fragmented identity that many people have online (a profile on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, blogs, Flickr, YouTube, etc.) is a real challenge to manage. Not a big issue…except that an upcoming conference (where I’m presenting) drew information about speakers from the Educause site for its paper-based brochure. I’m sure other sites still list Red River College as my employer. FB Connect is now common on numerous news sites, social media services, and now, even MySpace. have no idea where I have posted profiles. Enter Facebook Connect.

Multi Generational Learning in the Workplace

Learning Visions

" We're changing the way we create, retrieve, interact -- with each other and across generations. (FB < Twitter < LinkedIn) Similarities among generations Not everyone wants to learn on computers Everyone wants to learn Heavy tech users tend to have similar characteristics Other Variables Workplace culture (you might have more in common with a 24 year old tech worker than a teacher of the same age as you). Kids use tools like MySpace, FB etc. We now have an abundance of information. My notes may be spotty here.eating and twittering. 100% online U. Compliant.

Web 2.0 Tools, Networks and Community (Individuals vs. Collective)

Tony Karrer

Her comment: New tools which allow a person to 'carry' their identity across a variety of online platforms and create their own personal networks suggest that our static ideas of blogs, wikis and forums will be outdated by the idea of a personal network and information cloud, that we shape and which is shaped by those we include in our network. have met other people through LinkedIn and illumio by being on either side of requests. links, flickr images, 43Things goals, LinkedIn contacts, etc., tools. not to mention linking and commenting on other folks content.

63 Great eLearning Posts and Hottest Topics for November 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

Research to Practice: Games and Simulations - Kapp Notes , November 17, 2010Here is some information I compiled for my presentation at CSTD based on some studies. Most of us have a Facebook account, and maybe a LinkedIn account too. Lots of us use Twitter, and some of those out on the periphery may still be using Myspace or Bebo. Learn how (and why) to use 2D tags in this informative. How can we know what is learned informally and what difference that learning makes to the success of an organization? Great content again this month.  Enjoy. Love it! YouTube.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: 31 Days: 8, 9 & 10

Learning Visions

used to have a lot more on my sidebar and in looking at stats I could see people rarely clicked on most of those items: I had deli.cious links, access to my LinkedIn profile, another picture of me, and yet another link list. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. attempted to write a linking post. What do you think? Take the Survey!

Tools of my trade

Learning with e's

Facebook - I tried several other social networking tools before Facebook , including Myspace and Bebo, and toyed with LinkedIn like everyone else. Facebook has a lot of potential to be harnessed as a learning tool, but there are questions over whether such an informal tool could, or should be used in formal education. For a while now I have been thinking about the impact Web 2.0

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Multi Generational Learning in the Workplace

Learning Visions

Were changing the way we create, retrieve, interact -- with each other and across generations. (FB < Twitter < LinkedIn) Similarities among generations Not everyone wants to learn on computers Everyone wants to learn Heavy tech users tend to have similar characteristics Other Variables Workplace culture (you might have more in common with a 24 year old tech worker than a teacher of the same age as you). Kids use tools like MySpace, FB etc. We now have an abundance of information. feel like I just downloaded a whole lot of great information! 100% online U.