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Coming Soon to Your Workplace: The Internet of Smart Things


All of it on any internet connected device, delivered whenever they sense you're starting to get close, presented as a menu of choices from which you select what you need to know or do. Corporate Learning Learning Culture The Internet of Smart ThingsImagine that and more.

In an Internet minute

Learning with e's

The infographic on this page illustrates the sheer volume of user generated content and user activity that occurs every 60 seconds somewhere on the Internet. Mobile phones, tablets and laptops are portable gateways into the Internet, and it is predicted by 2015 that there will be twice as many mobile devices on the planet as there are humans. Unported License.

The Mobile Internet Explosion In India

Upside Learning

Came across this really interesting presentation about the growth of mobile internet in India by Mashable here – Mostly Mobile: How the Internet Is Consumed in India [INFOGRAPHIC]. While there are so many mobile phones, internet penetration is still very low – as low as 8%. 3. 59% of India’s internet users only ever access the internet via mobile devices.

The Internet In India 2011

Upside Learning

In the course of routine trawling, found this interesting report – Internet in India 2011 , published by the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI). There are some bits about internet usage in India that I hadn’t imagined would be so. Future Technology Internet And Mobile Internet In IndiaWorth a read.

Internet of Things: Imagination is the only limit

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

have interacted and learned a lot from my colleagues who always push and encourage me to dabble in new things. A few days back, one of my colleagues mentioned about The Internet of Things (IOT) to me. Though there are a lot of ways in which the IOT has been defined, I understood it as a network of physical objects accessed through the internet.

eLearning and the Internet of Things


The term “Internet of Things” was coined by British entrepreneur Kevin Ashton in 1999. So for the rest of this blog, every time I say “Internet of Things,” I’m going to need you to read it in a British accent in your head. there will be nearly 26 billion devices on the Internet of Things by 2020. How else could the Internet of Things impact eLearning? Great! ’”.

In an Internet Minute – 2013 vs 2014 [Infographic]

Jane Hart

David of TechSpan sent me this infographic that compares internet usage stats from 2013 and 2o14. Created by Tech Spartan. Social learning

India And The Mobile Internet Revolution

Upside Learning

While doing some research, I came across this interesting article ‘Can India lead the mobile-internet revolution?’ Even though typical Indian consumers have no Internet access, they have a remarkable appetite for digital content. McKinsey research forecasts that the total number of Internet users will increase more than fivefold, to 450 million, by 2015. billion.

Top 7 Internet Tools to Brainstorm Ideas for Your MOOC

Your Training Edge

In the past several years, we have witnessed a true emergence of Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs, which coincides with an increasing number of people that have access to high-speed broadband connections. But, for the time being, let’s focus on why MOOCs are so effective and how you can use them to your advantage. Easier said than done, because great ideas don’t exactly grow on trees.

Don’t be That Guy: What Instructional Designers Can Learn from Internet Fails

Allen Interactions

By Kody Jackson, Instructional Writer. Have you been having a rough day? Are your stakeholders sending in last-minute changes? Your SMEs running wild, their content running over into thousands of Microsoft® Word documents? Is your supervisor breathing down your neck, asking how soon you can turn countless, static Microsoft® PowerPoint® files into dynamic, engaging e-learning?

The Internet of Things That Help You Learn


Talk about the Internet of Things, I have seen the future of on-the-job learning. It is an app that connects any piece of machinery, with any internet connected device you already have, with very specifically chosen information you have in the cloud. Instantly and automatically. Information can range from training to performance support to saftey […]. Learning

Lies, damned lies and the Internet

Learning with e's

The alleged murder of Diana, Princess of Wales in Paris in 1997; Elvis Presley faked his own death, and is still alive; Area 51 , a crashed UFO in Roswell, and an Alien/US Government conspiracy; The existence of the Illuminati; a Freemason led conspiracy to instigate a new World Order; and a whole host of other so called 'lunatic fringe' conspiracy theories are propagated through internet websites.

5 Key Mobile Learning Takeaways from Mary Meeker’s 2013 Internet Trends Report [Slides]

mLearning Revolution

If you are a Learning Professional, who needs to convince stakeholders about the importance of mobile learning, one way is to bombard them with mobile statistics, and there’s no better source than the annual Internet Trends Report presented by Mary Meeker. Here are my top 5 key takeaways for m-Learning from this year’s Internet Trends Report: 1. There are now 2.4 With 1.5



Gamification Gamified Learning Corporate Gamification Corporate Training e-learning eLearning Foldit Games Karl Kapp Learnnovators Massive Multiplayer Online War Game Leveraging the Internet MMOWGLIThe post THE BIG MISS AND THE BIG OPPORTUNITY IN GAMIFICATION appeared first on Learnnovators.

Doctors versus internet: who is better at diagnosing?

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

Doctors versus internet In December I watched the television programme dokters versus internet. Here's a trailer for the Danish version: I definitely work and learn very differently than before the Internet. The influence of the Internet is huge. And how did we hence work 15 years ago without the Internet? We have just completed our knowmad MOOC with 637 people.

Jay Cross – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators


ABOUT JAY CROSS (CEO and Chief Unlearning Officer at Internet Time Alliance). The Internet Time Alliance , which he chairs, helps corporations and governments use networks to accelerate performance. Jay works from the Internet Time Lab in Berkeley, high in the hills a dozen miles east of the Golden Gate Bridge and a mile and a half from the University. Learnnovators: As the CEO and Chief Unlearning Officer at Internet Time Alliance, you have been on an incredible mission to help organizations work smarter by embedding learning and collaboration into the workflow.

Fueling Your Own Growth: Crowd Accelerated Learning

Origin Learning

With the rise of the Internet and digital technologies, there is a new community of learners – the new generation, which believes in the mantra of ‘anytime, any age, anyway, anywhere, any device’ to self-fuel its learning.

Internet Explorer compatibility for Raptivity interactions.


How many of you prefer to use Internet Explorer? I am pretty sure the number is quite high. The fact is that despite many other browsers getting really popular, there is still a considerable chunk of users who prefer to [.]. HTML5 mLearning raptivity Uncategorized

The Comparative Value of Things

E-Learning Provocateur

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Imagining the internet. It’s what futurists do.

Jay Cross

My contribution was chopped to three sentences: Jay Cross, chief scientist at Internet Time Group, responded, “The nature of work will change. The 2014 Survey: Impacts of AI and robotics by 2025. very good read. Opinions from all the hot shots. Heaven only knows what comes after the service economy but it won’t be mass unemployment. Just Jay The Future The process of Innovation

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Epignosis at the Future Internet Assembly


The “Beyond MOOCs: The Future of Learning on the Future Internet” session of the Future Internet Assembly (Thursday 20 March, 09:00-11:00) focuses on the latest trends and developments on the e-learning front. In the advanced stage of the information society in which we live in, education and skills acquisition have become more important than ever. Gamification. Cloud.

The grassroots of learning

E-Learning Provocateur

The Internet is thus the perfect vehicle for explaining the concept of rhizomatic learning. Our challenge was in learning how to choose, how to deal with the uncertainty of abundance and choice presented by the Internet. In Rhizomatic Education: Community as Curriculum , Dave similarly mentioned the abundance of content on the Internet, and also the shrinking half-life of knowledge.

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The Internet of Things and Launching Learning Ideas

InSync Training

2016 Online Learning Conference Recap. Greetings from Chicago! Members of the InSync Training team, including Jennifer Hofmann, have had the privilege of attending Training Magazine’s 2016 Online Learning Conference (OLC). With learning legends and rising stars on the presentation agenda, the lessons learned were innumerable. Conferences Trends Modern Learning

Mac Troubleshooting: Spotty Internet? One Quick Solution

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

However, I could not reliably access the internet. tried wireless and Ethernet internet connections. tried Safari and Chrome on the Mac side, Internet Explorer on the Windows side. by AJ George. I use Parallels on my iMac with Lion OS X and Windows XP. Generaly speaking, my setup works very well. However, last week my computer was giving me headaches. could start applications, do my work and send and receive email. Webpages would only load after being refreshed 3-5 times, or not at all. Streaming would stop playing right in the middle. Nothing seemed to resolve the issue.

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Internet Time Alliance Predictions for 2013

Jane Hart

The Principals of the Internet Time Alliance decided to take a collective look ahead to the new year, and share our predictions. You’ll see overlap but also unique perspectives: Charles Jennings. Some will take steps to use their financial and people resources and exploit new ways of working and learning. Clark Quinn. Harold Jarche. Jane Hart. Jay Cross. 2013 will be a great year.

Good eLearning Design for Bad Internet Connections


Designing eLearning programs for imperfect Internet connections is, oddly enough, a valuable skill. These learners are often among the select few individuals in their towns and villages that have the privilege of owning a computer and an Internet connection. Unfortunately, in scenarios like these, the quality of the Internet connection is seriously compromised!

John Blackmon – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators


Learnnovators: A growing number of new concepts and technologies – such as Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Wearables, Internet of Things, Performance Support, etc. – are coming up in the learning industry. ABOUT JOHN BLACKMON (Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Trivantis Corporation). As Chief Technology Officer for Trivantis Corporation, John Blackmon is responsible for all aspects of development and strategy for the company’s eLearning products. At IBM, John was awarded a patent for software design for his work in developing operating systems. THE INTERVIEW: 1.

Internet Time Alliance Predictions for 2013

Jay Cross

Here is what the Principals of the  Internet Time Alliance  see ahead in 2013: Harold Jarche. People who know nothing about connectivism or collaborative learning will profit from MOOC’s. Charles Jennings. Some will take steps to use their financial and people resources and exploit new ways of working and learning. Clark Quinn. Jane Hart. Jay Cross. 2013 will be a great year. The Future

Homework In The Land Of Internet

Living in Learning

What an engaging way to engage young brains to collaborate and earn "brain-cred". love it. This is worth checking out if you have kids who struggle to get homework completed and/or love to help others with a little brain power. Not a bad site for a free ride. Check it out! Guest Bloggers collaboration crowd-sourcing Homework

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Korea's Gigabit Internet to boost eLearning and mLearning

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

In a recent article, New York Times reports that home internet may get even faster in South Korea. South Korea already boasts of the world's fastest internet connection (Hong Kong and Japan rank #2 and #3, respectively.) The gigabit internet will create new possibilities for e-learning and m-learning. In my blog on the interactivity technology and its applications, I reviewed the famed ubiquitous city (U-city) project in Seoul that promises several new experiences in the day-to-day lives of citizens. That was a while back. That said, the government wants to do more.

Technology can get obsolete but learning cannot

Origin Learning

They realize that consumers are no longer isolated, thanks to the digital advancements and the Internet of Things (IoT). Digital strides, information explosion, internet penetration and newer or emerging markets have caused the brand clutter to get louder. Understanding the importance of the Internet of Things. Home automation plus digital controls can work wonders.

Every second on the Internet …

Jane Hart

If you liked the recent infographic, What happens online in 6o seconds, take a look at this site which provides a visual display of of the data being uploaded every second on the Internet. Every second on the Internet [.]. Social learning

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Should You Update Your Internet Browser? (Hint: Yes!)


Often when we encounter learners who are having trouble accessing our courses, it is as a result of Internet browser issues. mean, yes, I knew that a browser is what you use to access the Internet, but I didn’t know much beyond that.) Browsers also affect Internet speed and how new technology is displayed. For example, Microsoft no longer supports Internet Explorer 6 (even though it still runs on certain operating systems). And after January 12, 2016, Microsoft will end support Internet Explorer 7 and Internet Explorer 8. How to update your browser.

Curation – Piste Bashing the Internet


We’ve been asking people to post their thoughts on this Google Doc around curation in learning ahead of our next event Curate? Create Debate! Craig Taylor left a comment and he got me thinking (he has a habit of doing that)… Most … Read more › blog