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Join the #moodlewish Twitter Stream!


So, having a dedicated hashtag in #moodlewish will hopefully provide a more convenient venue for all Moodle users to share ideas and suggestions (or those that use Twitter!), and for developers to make these sparks of ideas become a reality. Or create dynamic online learning networks and communities as Elgg and Ning enables us to. Or perhaps don't like some of its features? Annoying!),

The Connected Educator: Building a Professional Learning Network

Allison Rossett

In addition to the popular social media tools ( Facebook , Edmodo , Twitter ), there are also interest-based groups, including Ning and Google/Yahoo! Edmodo and Ning are gaining popularity with educators. Ning is a fully functional social networking site. 68,000 members) and The Educator’s PLN (12,000 members) are built on the Ning platform. Twitter. 1968).

The Connected Educator: Building a Professional Learning Network

Allison Rossett

In addition to the popular social media tools ( Facebook , Edmodo , Twitter ), there are also interest-based groups, including Ning and Google/Yahoo! Edmodo and Ning are gaining popularity with educators. Ning is a fully functional social networking site. 68,000 members) and The Educator’s PLN (12,000 members) are built on the Ning platform. Twitter. 1968).

The 10 basic online tools every trainer and online facilitator should know

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

10 online tools in the backpack of every trainer and facilitator Twitter - microblogging Diigo - or any other social bookmarking service LinkedIn - for networking and groups Padlet - a brainstorm wall Youtube - search and make your own channel/playlists Yammer - and other smart tools to create private conversation groups Screencast-o-matic - and other screencasting tools Bigmarker - webinar tool for free Google - and Google plus Ning - or another paid online platform/LMS Do you know and work with the tools mentioned? So no facilitator should not be able to manipulate Twitter!

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Why Ning Gets A Partial Ding! - NorthStarNerd.Org


NorthStarNerd.Org Dedicated to open access sharing of knowledge - Your host: Rich Hoeg Blog Engineering Learning Nerd TV Nerd Tweets Nordic Skiing Site Map Tutorials « The Invisible Hand Podcast | Main | Innovation Day at eContent » April 20, 2007 Why Ning Gets A Partial Ding! I was all prepared to like Ning. even created a Ning. Consider my Ning a sandbox to join and play around in. if I like the feature set and concept, how come I give Ning a partial Ding? Ning needs to optimize their code, or get more bandwidth. Thanks! David.

Join the #moodlewish Twitter Stream!


So, having a dedicated hashtag in #moodlewish will hopefully provide a more convenient venue for all Moodle users to share ideas and suggestions (or those that use Twitter!), and for developers to make these sparks of ideas become a reality. Or create dynamic online learning networks and communities as Elgg and Ning enables us to. learning learning tools Moodle Twitter OER/FREE

Free and Open Source Web Conferencing (Online Meetings, Webinars.


Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Google Buzz Labels: adobe connectnow , bigbluebutton , dimdim , free and open source tools , free e-learning , mikogo , online meetings , openmeetings , vyew , web conferencing , web-conferencing , webhuddle , webinars , yugma Reactions: 16comments: Meri said. like the results I'm able to create a Amplify a LOT better than Ning, for instance.

Various ways to use social media as a facilitator or trainer

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

An example is using Yammer or Twitter so that participants can have contacts in between face-to-face events, but the core is in the face-to-face. (2) Integrated model: social aspecten are integrated with the content of the training. Or invite them to stay in touch through Twitter. This is a blogpost written for a half-day workshop for facilitators with Sibrenne Wagenaar.

4 Ways to Apply the Situated Learning Theory

Origin Learning

Social networks like Facebook , Twitter and Ning allow learners, once they have moved beyond personal connections, to embrace a community where they can learn from each other. What is the Situated Learning Theory? Situated learning, simply put, is learning that takes place in the same context in which it is applied. Image Credit – Role Playing. Using Technology.

Reflection on LSG Webinar ‘QR Codes, Webinars and Twitter’ #QRCode #LSGWebinar

Dont Waste Your Time

It was also followed on Twitter using the #LSGWebinar hashtag. Tweet from QR Code, but I needed to login to web Twitter, not iPhone app (if that can be done?). If you missed the webinar you can watch the recording through the Learning and Skills Group on Ning, when it is uploaded. QR Codes: The nuts and bolts. QR Codes: In the Classroom. QR Codes: Learning Technology. QRCode.

10Q: Steven Anderson

Learning with e's

He was co-creator of the Twitter weekly discussion group #Edchat and he hosts the Web 2.0 Most recently he was selected to be a panelist at the #140 Conference in Los Angeles, organized by Vonage founder Jeff Pulver where he discussed the impact of Twitter and other social media on education. education social media Twitter Steven Anderson EdchatSteven W. He is an instigator.

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Paradiso LMS – A Result Driven E-learning Software!


1.Gamified Lear ning. The collaboration allows the learners to undergo training via social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, Wikis, etc. Carrying a rich experience in the e-learning domain, we bring to you an awesome LMS from Paradiso Solutions. We are a name to reckon with in the L&D industry, and it’s not us but our clients who back our claims. 2.Social Learning.

Reflections on Twitter and social networking

Clark Quinn

I’ve been using Twitter for a number of weeks now, and that, combined with several recent social networking activities prompted this reflection.  Twitter is a different story; described as micro-blogging, it’s more immediate, more a pointer.  And Ning’s quite interesting  too.  However, they’re beginning to turn into one big Ning mass that I have trouble differentiating.  It’s just having to remember to go to all these different places.  I suspect I need to spend more time getting the notifications right. What am I missing

Join us: Stanford Learning Analytics Summer Institute

George Siemens

Join the LASI Ning. 3. Join the distributed conversation on Twitter/your blog/wherever: #LASI13 While MOOCs are sucking all of the oxygen out of the educational technology conversation, significant trends are developing under the radar. One of the most significant trends is around learning analytics. Next week, we ( SoLAR , IEDMS and others) are organizing a Learning Analytics Summer Institute (LASI). call for attendance was held earlier this year and the event was/is (massively) oversubscribed. We were only able to accept 100 attendees due to space and cost constraints.

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Keep your social media in perpetual Beta

Learning and Working on the Web

Ning started by giving out spaces for free and there were many other variations on that theme. Twitter is where you can feel the pulse of the action and are able to follow the most conversations. Tweet When I started blogging, it was one of the few options to share ideas on the Net. There were some utilities like Quicktopic that let you easily make posts and of course we had listservs, bulletin boards and discussions forums that had been around for much longer. After blogs, the next big phenomena were social networks. LinkedIn is just a place where I hang my hat. Be flexible.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Currently Working On.

Learning Visions

Heres a taste of whats on my plate right now: Lots of Software Trai ning Finishing up a big project update for a large financial institution. Twitter. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. Friday, February 13, 2009 Currently Working On. momentary pause in the madness. This is the kind of work pace I like. Right on. eLearnin.

Social Networking, Informal Learning, Twitter, & Gaming

Big Dog, Little Dog

We are all very familiar with social networking platforms such as MySpace, Flikr, YouTube, Twitter, Bebo and Facebook. Why I Love Twitter - O'Reilly Radar. Twitter is simple. Twitter works like people do. Twitter cooperates well with others. Twitter transcends the web. Twitter is user-extensible. Twitter evolves quickly. Training Zone.

Seven Things I Learned This Year

Tony Karrer

Twitter is Much Better than I Thought for Learning I used to say during presentations that I wasn’t quite sure about twitter as a learning tool. During 2010, I’ve been ramping up my use of twitter as a learning tool. I’ve had to find ways to filter the flow and figure out when/how to reach out. It was definitely helpful to spend time going through Twitter for Learning – 55 Great Articles. 2. And every year I use this as a Big Question – see: Learning 2010. A lot of it is thinking through where my thinking has changed over the course of the year. for more on this. 7.


Learning with e's

So besides all my Flickring (4 accounts), Twittering , Plurking and Facebooking, and my occasional Slidesharing , Wikiing, Ninging and Elgging, I have also joined the International Edublogger Directory (check out their blog ). Tags: slideshare elgg Edublogger Flickr Twitter FaceBook ning You can never have too many social networking connections, I reckon.

How I use social media professionally

Challenge to Learn

In the mean time I have added other social media like this blog (WordPress), Facebook and Twitter. At easygenerator we use a blog, twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook too, we even have our own youtube channel. write my blog in WordPress and use LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter to announce new post. actively started using LinkedIn (my first social media site) in 2004.

Using Social Media for Learning: Tools & Practices #BHsocialmedia

Learning Visions

edmodo (originally developed for teachers and schools – includes grading features social go – sharing features, including video, blogging and works with Wordpress allow microblogging, profiles, groups, messaging, questions, polls, tagging, search Public social networks: Facebook LinkedIn Ning Yahoo Groups Google groups Some of these have member control and private groups Facebook the most accessed site in 2010! These are my live blogged notes from a webinar presented by Brandon Hall on Wednesday, April 26 2011. (I joined about 10 minutes late, so missed a bit!) They try lots of things.

How our learning theories shape how we use technology for learning

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

For me it is obvious that Twitter can be an important learning instrument but if see you learning as acquiring new knowledge it is less obvious. ''T witter is not about learning. blogged about the difference before in: twittering= learning ? For instance, we use Ning, a social network for our learning trajectories whereas we could use a learning management system (LMS). Lesson?

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The Impact of Social Media in the Workplace

CLO Magazine

This definition indicates a spectrum of technologies much larger than just Facebook, Twitter and other networking sites. The most popular social media tools include: Facebook, LinkedIn, blogs, Twitter, Yelp, Google Documents, wikis, Skype and online chat (e.g., Twitter: Sharing articles relevant to a specific topic. Ning): Allowing a place for geographically dispersed people to connect and share knowledge. Social media continues to grow, as do the discussions regarding its application within the realm of business and learning. tools (e.g., blogs, wikis, YouTube).

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1st update on 10 Tools Challenge 2013

Jane Hart

It has been good to see the varied interest in the 10 Tools Challenge both on my blog and Twitter as well as on other social channels – so here are a few updates. 1 – In response to a number of requests I’m now collating the blogs of those who are taking part as an update on the introductory blog post  - so that the posts can be shared more widely. OFFICE TOOLS.

Learning Tools: for the Educator/Teacher

Dont Waste Your Time

Carrying on from my previous post on “Learning Tools: for the Learner&# Jane Hart has produced the following list for the best  tools for learning professionals (in no particular order) to help them create learning solutions: Delicious Twitter Skype SlideShare Google (Reader, Docs, Search) Audacity Moodle Ning PowerPoint Snagit This is a really good list of some very good tools. Tags: eLearning Blogging Collaboration eAssessment eDelivery mLearning PLE Podcast Twitter Video Web 2.0 And here comes the but … most of these [.].

How to Harness Informal Learning

Rob Hubbard

might, for example, seek the answer to a question via a Google or YouTube search, Twitter or by tapping into my online networks. Ning network), using wikis and blogs. Picture the scene… an increasingly frustrated Bob is trying to work out where a particular field is on a database. Informal learning, like the scenario above, takes place constantly in most organisations.

My Learning Tools

ID Reflections

And this is what I found after some random scribbling, reflection, dialogue with self, and head scratching… I have listed the tools in their order of frequency of usage ( at least now and this is liable to change )… What do I receive (tangible and intangible)/how do I use each of the tools… Twitter : 1. There are also Ning and Wikis but I have not started using these very actively.

#IeL09 Following Innovations in eLearning

In the Middle of the Curve

The real time twitter feed has been invaluable during this conference. think there were more posts on Twitter from this conference in an hour than there were at ALL of ASTD. You can also check out the Ning community for the conference. Innovations in eLearning only has a couple hundred people attending. Good stuff. think next year - tweet handles on nametags!

Instructional Design: What do you get when you mix articulate presenter, with captivate, with camtasia, with webquiz. you could get THIS

Ignatia Webs

The final product was produced by Articulate Presenter, but I mixed in, Camtasia, phpBB, Captivate, QuickCam pro movies, a Ning community, Articulate Quizmaker quizzes, hotspot quiz and even a Canadian Bear! How can you mix all kinds of software's AND social media apps? That is one of the questions I have roaming about in the back of my mind.

Here are 6 Social Learning Platforms you can enable 'On-Demand'

The Learning Generalist

Yammer's a Twitter equivalent for the enterprise. This also means that with the right kind of community management, Yammer can do for your company the stuff that Twitter does for the big broad internet. - The Ning Replacement is cool - is easy. It's extremely feature rich and most importantly a free and easy alternative to paid services such as Ning.

ZaidLearn: A Free Learning Tool for Every Learning Problem?


Connect with Ning Social Networking tool? Twitter Wiki tool? Twitter. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Wednesday, April 2. Free Learning Tool for Every Learning Problem? want a FREE : Easy-to-use and secure Internet browser? Firefox e-Mail system? Gmail Social bookmarking tool? Social bookmarking tool with collaborative learning features (groups, forums, etc.)?

Building a Community for Online Learning

In the Middle of the Curve

My takeaways: I need to take another look at Ning as a possibility for helping create an online Banner community for our University. Facebook really for college students, higher ed, alumni (?) - LinkedIn – professional Ning - Social network you control. Would have to look at potential Compliance issues) Ning group – started using as class situation - Students initially excited about it. Ning group – gave example of the Work-Literacy Ning group - Both synchronous and asynchronous - Can record live chat. If nothing else, may provide another synchronous tool.

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

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

You make an easy choice and open a ning or groupsite. Option 3: Your own social network platform like Ning , group site , , Socialgo , collectivex , MINDZ. Ning for instance doesnot have an easy file sharing possibility and groupsite does. It is free (with ads), you do not have to install anything, it is easy to manage, so you're ready in a few minutes. Possibility 1.

Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

For me it is a blog community and following many experts on Twitter. Cloud Blogging Social Media Twitter Google e-Learning Cloud ComputingApril's Big Question from Learning Circuits is "How to Keep up?" This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools. However, being involved in an e-learning community is a big help. Not only am I often made aware of new tools, but also get opinions, tips, and examples of their use. Many of the blogs I follow are part of the  eLearningLearning community.