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Great Time Talking #Gamification at Masie’s Learning2015

Kapp Notes

Karl Kapp and Elliott Masie riffing on games and gamification for learning at Learning2015 in Orlando, FL. Last week I had the honor and privileged of being one of the keynote speakers at Elliott Masie’s Learning2015 Conference in Orlando, FL. Elliott Masie kicking off Learning2015. Sal Khan speaking with Elliott Masie at Learning2015. Gamification Out and About

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Elliott Masie – Sponge UK Elearning Podcast

Sponge UK

Elliott Masie is one of the best known learning experts in the world, he’s an author, conference host, learning researcher and even a broadway producer. Figurehead and founder of the influential Masie center , he held his first learning conference 25 years ago so we started by asking if it’s easier or harder for learning professionals now than back then.

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3 burning questions inspired by Masie’s Learning 2015

Sponge UK

“Leave this conference with questions not answers,” urged Elliott Masie , as the curtain fell on his 25th annual extravaganza, Learning 2015. Author: Louise Pasterfield, Managing Director, Sponge UK The post 3 burning questions inspired by Masie’s Learning 2015 appeared first on Sponge UK. Three questions jumped out for me – none of them are answered easily.

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Elliott Masie's MOOC Symposium Recap

OpenSesame

It is no surprise then that the Masie Center , a leading think tank exploring the intersection of learning and technology, decided to host a conference around such possibilities—bringing together 70 participants (including myself) at the recent MOOC Symposium in Saratoga Springs, New York. What does MOOC really stand for? For many, it was a matter of size—thousands and thousands of students.

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Elliott Masie on user experience, global learning and sharing our turf

Sponge UK

Elliott Masie is probably the world’s most influential learning expert, not to mention the most entertaining and inspiring. Video: Elliott Masie on the importance of data for L&D. One of the things you do at the Masie Learning Lab is to explore the usability of new technologies for learning.  You bet! The average learner has an over-abundance of content.

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Does Your Organization Need a Learning Culture?

The Peformance Improvement

Elliott Masie puts it this way in January 2016 issue of Chief Learning Officer: The future of learning has embraced the fascinating reality of personalization. If this post describes your organization, you need to make the transition to a learning culture. Simple, repetitive tasks are being automated (e.g., banking) and online technologies are disrupting traditional businesses (e.g., Meyer

Takeaways from Learning 2016

Association eLearning

Elliott Masie talked about the learning “panorama” people can choose from. Creative Design eLearning eLearning News Game-based Learning Gamification Instructional Design Learning Theory Training and Development Elliot Masie Learning 2016 Masie training training and developmentI attended my first conference, Learning 2016, in October. quiz at the end doesn’t count.

Eliot Masie's MOOC Symposium Recap

OpenSesame

It is no surprise then that the Masie Center , a leading think tank exploring the intersection of learning and technology, decided to host a conference around such possibilities—bringing together 70 participants (including myself) at the recent MOOC Symposium in Saratoga Springs, New York. What does MOOC really stand for? For many, it was a matter of size—thousands and thousands of students.

Make Learning Supportive and Available Everywhere

Integrated Learnings

Thoughts on Elliot Masie's Lectora User Conference Keynote. This year's 2011 Lectora user conference provided my first opportunity to hear learning futurist Elliot Masie ( of The Masie Center ) speak live; he didn't disappoint. As Masie said, we are at an age of incredible learning development opportunity. By Jay Lambert. Learning is changing. Otherwise, it's irrelevant.

How Microsoft themselves use SharePoint to help 45,000 employees learn better

SharePoint and Assessment

know there is a lot of interest (for example within the Masie Consortium ) in this area. Interview Academy Corporate training Federico LMS Masie Microsoft OfficeTalk Search SharePoint 15 SumTotal SystemsThought leader interview with Jim Federico of Microsoft on how Microsoft use SharePoint internally for learning. Jim is a Sr. Jim, what is your background? See the screenshot right.).

How Microsoft themselves use SharePoint to help 45,000 employees learn better

SharePoint and Assessment

know there is a lot of interest (for example within the Masie Consortium ) in this area. Interview Academy Corporate training Federico LMS Masie Microsoft OfficeTalk Search SharePoint 15 SumTotal SystemsThought leader interview with Jim Federico of Microsoft on how Microsoft use SharePoint internally for learning. Jim is a Sr. Jim, what is your background? See the screenshot right.).

Learning from social learning

Stoatly Different

For the last couple of weeks I’ve been facilitating an online LAB, courtesy of the Masie Consortium , investigating social learning. eLearning Masie Consortium Social learning We set out to investigate three key areas: 1. How is the role of social learning evolving in our organisations? 2. How is curation impacting the social learning mix? 3. What effect is gamification having on social? To facilitate the investigation we decided to eat our own metaphorical dog food and do the whole LAB online as a social learning event. Did we learn anything? think maybe they are right too.

LearningWiki 2007 (Elliott Masie)

ZaidLearn

But here are a few podcast appetizers to engage us into learning mode: Social Networking Demo - A Captivate presentation by Elliott Masie (and Sarah the connector). Dan Pink Keynote and Podcast - Here is a 10 minute audio PodCast interview of Dan Pink by Elliott Masie, focused on design, personalization and "A Whole New Mind". Learning 2007 LearningWiki 2007 WHAT? JUICE? REFLECTION!

LearningWiki 2007 (Elliott Masie)

ZaidLearn

But here are a few podcast appetizers to engage us into learning mode: Social Networking Demo - A Captivate presentation by Elliott Masie (and Sarah the connector). Dan Pink Keynote and Podcast - Here is a 10 minute audio PodCast interview of Dan Pink by Elliott Masie, focused on design, personalization and "A Whole New Mind". Learning 2007 LearningWiki 2007 WHAT? JUICE? REFLECTION!

GE TV: Elliott Masie on the Future of Learning Technologies

Growth Engineering

The one and only Elliott Masie stopped by to share his wealth of expertise with all of your lucky viewers! He heads up The MASIE Center , a think tank focused on supporting learning and knowledge within the workforce. Watch this interview to find out: The most exciting areas of research at The MASIE Learning LAB. The fantastic Elliott Masie is joining us. It’s powerful.

Social Learning Trends from Elliott Masie

Bottom-Line Performance

Elliott Masie’s recent study suggests that more and more people are seeing the business value of social media (which is just one piece of web 2.0) in learning. Masie comments: “we would not have these numbers 1 year ago. My husband asked me yesterday to explain Web 2.0 to him again. Rate the value of social learning in your organization? What do you think?

Masie Wrap Up

Tony O'Driscoll

Also, the game is available to all thanks to the Masie foundation. So go out on the Masie site to check it out. Two great take aways from Elliott’s conversations with Barak Obama: 1) Nintendo spends more on research than the US does on Education… spend more money on Education. 2) Get a CLO for the US Government. BTW: He also sent the same advice to McCain campaign.

Learning 2011 Interview Mindmaps

Clark Quinn

Elliot Masie has interviewed Stephen Lambert (Producer of Undercover Boss) and Peter Capelli (Managing the Older Worker). Here are the mindmaps: social strategy

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Learning Trends: A Conversation with Elliott Masie

CLO Magazine

The learning industry veteran and CEO of The Masie Center takes on mobile learning, telework and why the LMS should be more like Amazon

Free Podcast Featuring e-Learning Expert Elliott Masie Released

Trivantis

Free Podcast Featuring e-Learning Expert Elliott Masie Released. Lectora® e-Learning software releases a free podcast featuring renowned futurist, analyst and researcher in the e-Learning industry, Elliott Masie. Forum. Logins. Lectora Online - USA. Lectora Online - EU. ReviewLink. CourseMill LMS. Community Forum. Products. Authoring Tools. Lectora Inspire. Lectora Publisher. Empower.

Keynote at Masie Conference

Tony O'Driscoll

This morning I had the pleasure of doing a keynote session with Elliott Masie. Finally, being the king of last minute, I just signed into the social networking site that the Masie folks have provided and found it to be very user friendly. True to form we agreed to just riff…and that we did. think it went quite well and I had a lot of folks come up after the session to say they got something out of it. Elliott is pulling out all the stops this year. There is an ARG (Alternate Reality Game) that David Metcalf and his crew are running called Dream Corp.

Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Reflecting on Learning 2016

Axonify

Rather, they sit alongside Elliott Masie for an informal interview that explores their background, work and personal experiences with learning. I was already a fan of Anderson’s and found his conversation super interesting. Elliott Masie is a theatrical producer and tends to integrate his interests into his events. As a result, I noticed a definite set of recurring themes.

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Masie Learning Fellows

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

I had the pleasure of visiting the Masie Center last week which is why the Corporate eLearning Weekly TalkCast was pushed to this past Monday. Elliott asked if I would become a Masie Learning Fellow as part of his organization and of course I jumped at the opportunity. forgot to post about the move.oops. So I basically talked to myself.

Post by Elliott Masie on Internal “Google Ads” for Expertise

Nigel Paine

Great little post by Elliott Masie looking at how the logic of Google contextual ads could be used internally to suggest experts in an organisation whom you could contact to get advice or solve problems at the moment of need. 1. Internal “Google Ads” with Expertise: We are quite accustomed to having Google or Bing or Yahoo “ads” pop up as we do a web search – linking us to a site, vendor or content collection. But, what about an internal “ad” that links us to a person with expertise within our organisation.

701 e-Learning tips (Free digital book By Masie Center)

ZaidLearn

Link to 701 e-learning tips "Thanks to The MASIE Center?s Masie Elliott is a knowledge sharing genius. Print out page 138, which has Elliott Masie's 12 Personal e-learning tips, and read them 12 times. TRENDS readers and e-Learning Consortium Members, over 1000 e-Learning tips were received, analyzed, and categorized. These tips are from senior managers and training professionals from major corporations around the world. We have edited and compiled 141 pages and 14 chapters covering the ABC?s s of getting started to global implementation strategies. Great!

701 e-Learning tips (Free digital book By Masie Center)

ZaidLearn

Link to 701 e-learning tips "Thanks to The MASIE Center?s Masie Elliott is a knowledge sharing genius. Print out page 138, which has Elliott Masie's 12 Personal e-learning tips, and read them 12 times. TRENDS readers and e-Learning Consortium Members, over 1000 e-Learning tips were received, analyzed, and categorized. These tips are from senior managers and training professionals from major corporations around the world. We have edited and compiled 141 pages and 14 chapters covering the ABC?s s of getting started to global implementation strategies. Great!

Elliott Masie’s Kind Words at Learning 2009

Tony O'Driscoll

Despite the fact that I could not make it down to Orlando, Elliott Masie was kind enough to beam me in to have our traditional yearly chat about disruptive technologies and their impact on learning. Tags: Uncategorized kapp Learning in 3D masie Second Life In this short interaction we get into a fun discussion about my upcoming book (with Karl Kapp ) called Learning in 3D: Bringing a New Dimension to Enterprise Learning and Collaboration. If you want a sneak preview of the book you can get a taste for it by clicking on the google preview here.

Elliott Masie and the Emperor's New Slide Show

Clive on Learning

I was interested to read in Donald Clark's review of Learning 2005 that Elliott had decreed that there should be no PowerPoint at the show. I can certainly sympathise with Elliott's intentions here - after all, we have all had to sit through far too many mind-numbing slides full of endless bullet points. However, I wonder whether PowerPoint is really the guilty party here. Who's fault is this?

Support Elliott Masie's War on Frivolous LMS Trademarks

Will at Work Learning

I urge you to support Elliott Masie''s war on frivolous LMS Trademarks. Here''s what Elliott wrote in his newsletter: Help! Defend Learning Field from Patent Suit! The learning "patent trolls" are at it again. There is a company called IPLearn that has unfortunately successfully sued over a dozen learning management system - claiming they have invented many of the core elements of technology delivered learning.  And, their strategy, which has worked, is to sue a company - get the discovery and legal costs up and up, and finally settle for a fee and stock shares.  Many thanks!

Blogging Kevin Kelly and Others at Masie

Tony O'Driscoll

Scattershot notes from Second City. One of the techniques I use to have students experience dialogue is to have two students build a sentence one word at a time going back and forth. That way they need to pay attention to what the other person is saying and build upon it thus establishing what David Baum would call flow. Second City communications just did a very cool skit called Dr. Know It All, three people lined up answer audience questions one word at a time. will be sure to incorporate this into my repertoire. Scattershot notes from Kevin Kelly. Can we build an airplane that way?

Learning Professionals Must Be Learners

CLO Magazine

Elliott Masie is the chairman and CLO of The Masie Center’s Learning Consortium and CEO of The Masie Center, an international think tank focused on learning and workplace productivity. Imagine eating in a restaurant where the chef never tastes the food. Risky, right? We all want our cooks to adjust, tweak and improve the cooking experience by tasting periodically.

Masie Keynote Video: My 23 minutes of Fame

Tony O'Driscoll

Elliott Masie was kind enough to invite me to do a keynote interview with him at his Learning 2008 conference. Here is our 23 minute jam on Technology Adoption and Hype: more about " Masie Keynote Video ", posted with vodpod. Here is the video his team posted a few days ago. It was a blast doing this. Elliott and I truly riffed…as you will see when he stops me and asks me to repeat something he thought was insightful and I reply that I have already forgot and we will have to check it out on the tape ; ).

Will at Work Learning: Elliott Masies LMS Wish List

Will at Work Learning

Main | What Work-Learning Audit Reveals » Friday, 15 February 2008 Elliott Masies LMS Wish List Elliott Masie came up with a great and very insightful wish list for LMSs. Will at Work Learning Will Thalheimers research-based commentary on learning, performance, and the industry thereof. « Starbucks to Shutdown for Training. Click here to access it. He even added a few suggestions in the past few days, probably based on feedback from his loyal audience. really like the richness that Elliotts suggestions might create for a typical LMS. Can't say I blame them.

Future of Employee Learning

The Peformance Improvement

This is what Elliott Masie, Founder & President of The MASIE Center, said this week at the beginning of his Keynote session at the Human Capital Media Symposium for Chief Learning Officer. Masie went on to talk about trends that have the potential for changing the field dramatically. third major trend identified by Masie is learning agility. Related articles.

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