E-Learning Authoring Tools Characterized
The E-Learning Curve
JULY 28, 2009
Web Site Authoring Tools Used in creating mark-up language (i.e. Includes social-networking sites, video-sharing sites, wikis, blogs, mashups and folksonomies. Tags: folksonomy blog wiki content development authoring tools podcast read/write web mashup elearning development HTML, XML) for web pages, and linking them to produce entire websites. Web 2.0 2003).
Five Myths of Social Learning
Dawn of Learning
DECEMBER 3, 2009
Reality: Social media platforms have great organizational significance and will ultimately become part of the enterprise “fabric” just as we have seen with email, instant messaging, and other collaboration tools. Contrary to what we’d like to believe, social learning doesn’t always start at the training department and work its way up, quite the opposite. Home About Podcasts Videos Xyleme Inc. According to a McKinsey executive survey , a whopping 71% of enterprises are using Web 2.0 tools for training purposes and this figure is rising fast. The Web 2.0 Social CM Media?
What will change in 2010?
Jay Cross's Informal Learning
DECEMBER 19, 2009
Wave threads together email, instant messages, documents, and applications in a way that you can follow, and even trace the history, of their links. Just as the Google Search Appliance enables companies to find needles in haystacks behind their firewalls, Wave is likely to replace lots of wikis and content management systems. Mainframes evolved into personal computers. Source.
The i-web Singularity Redux
APRIL 3, 2008
Virtual Worlds III is in full swing up in New York and around the blogosphere. meets Knoweldge Sharing Spaces. I won’t go over well trodden ground on how Blogs, Wikis and Social Media sites like Facebook and Myspace are revolutionizing real-time interactive KM concepts. The mash-up between real-time tagging and NETWORKed Virtual spaces will jack up knowledge accidents and drive the immediacy of access to key information and interaction with key people around a given task or activity. The outcome here is that truly NETWORKed Virtual Spaces emerge.
JANUARY 18, 2009
These are by no means new skills, but facilitating these actions with electronic tools such as blogs, wikis, and other public and collaborative technologies is a different approach. And there are non-web electronic tools that are helpful here as well - mindmapping software is an example. What’s new is the ability to create mashups (web pages, wiki sites, social network sites, links) to share ideas. I’ve noticed that there are design elements that can enhance the impact and ease of use of these kinds of presentations. But I am not quite so sure. Learning 2.0 Dimension.