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LearnTrends 2009 Video Archive Available

eLearning Weekly

Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to attend the LearnTrends 2009 Online Conference , but I heard great things about it. LearnTrends was sponsored by Jay Cross, Tony Karrer, and George Siemens.). There are tons of other details about the conference here , and you can get more info about LearnTrends on these social networks: Twitter. LinkedIn. eLearning Conferences InstructionalDesign learntrends technology Tools Training Web 2.0Fortunately, I ran across a video archive of the conference, thanks to a blog post by George Siemens. Delicious. Facebook.

Learning to Learn in the modern Enterprise

The Learning Generalist

The ability to stay connected with friends and colleagues through social and professional networking tools such as Facebook and Linkedin gives us the ability to leverage weak ties in a manner we never even imagined before. Add to that the plethora of other social media; Wikipedia , Twitter , Yahoo! Twitter Hashtags Its amazing how much information you can find through Twitter.

Learning to Learn in the modern Enterprise

The Learning Generalist

The ability to stay connected with friends and colleagues through social and professional networking tools such as Facebook and Linkedin gives us the ability to leverage weak ties in a manner we never even imagined before. Add to that the plethora of other social media; Wikipedia , Twitter , Yahoo! Twitter Hashtags Its amazing how much information you can find through Twitter.

Learned about Learning in 2009

Tony Karrer

Tool Set 2009 LinkedIn Guide for Knowledge Workers Top-Down Strategy Better Memory Information Radar Processing Pages with Links Networks and Learning Communities Network Skills Twitter as Personal Work and Learning Tool Search Browser Short Cuts Work Literacy Workshop Collaboration Tools Remote Collaboration Also, a lot of my presentations have been about exactly these things. When I look at my particular skills, methods and tools for 2009 and compare them to 2008, I would say that it’s mostly a question of degree of use and certainly my use of Twitter has grown.