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More Than ONE MILLION Views on #SlideShare! Congrats!

ZaidLearn

But, having your educational content (currently 60 presentations ) being viewed more than one million times on SlideShare is something worth celebrating a bit! MY SLIDESHARE PRESENTATIONS If you have never experienced (or want to revisit) my presentations shared on SlideShare since 2007, here is a good starting point: Click here for all my SlideShare presentations at once.

The Evolution of Workplace Learning in a SlideShare Timeline

Jane Hart

Jane talking about informal learning at the e-Learning Innovations Symposium held at George Mason University, Washington in June 2012. I am often asked about the keynotes, presentations and workshops I give at different events around the world – either in person or online. Embedded below is the SlideShelf of the slidesets I have shared – 78 presentations that go back 8 years.

Overthinking Slideshare

Tayloring it

How many tweets I’ve sent etc. I was reading my Slideshare stats earlier today when I noticed that my number of slides per upload was much higher than the average Slideshare upload! guess the Lessig method I use for most of my presentations means that I’m using more slides to tell my story, but with fewer words. Blog Slider tools Slideshare

Top 1% of most viewed on #slideshare in 2013 #MOOC #mobile

Ignatia Webs

Just got a boost from Slideshare! As I was sleepingly looking at my slideshare account (I go there sometimes, procrastination, I admit), I found that the content I uploaded was within the top 1% of most viewed content. eLearning mLearning mobile mobile learning mooc online learning presentation That was quite a surprise. for later retrieval. Share the knowledge!

Presentation Resources

Kapp Notes

Great presentation last week to a group of enthusiastic trainers. Today I am doing a presentation called "Innovations in Technology And What it Means to Learning and Training" Here are some resources related to the presentation; List of Recommended Books Definition of Mnemonic Here is a copy of the presentation. Group Three Group Two. Group One.

Web feats 2: Slideshare

Learning with e's

tools: Slideshare. have even shared my slides before I present them (but usually only on the same day - I don't want to give too much of the game away!) I first discovered Slideshare about 2 years ago when I was looking for somewhere to store all my content. Tags: Wordpress slideshare social network Blogger Twitter FaceBook It's good to share.

10 Tools and Services For Successful Business Presentations

Your Training Edge

Presentations and communicating ideas through attractive slideshows has become a necessary element of almost any successful business. And the effectiveness of a business presentation is determined by its style, design, structure and overall attractiveness. Technology today has changed the game of how businesses present information.

How to: Display Open Badges on your LinkedIn profile

Dont Waste Your Time

Find the part of your profile or work history you want to attach the badges to, and select the ‘edit’ option: Select ‘add link’ from the options presented. You can also do this for other types of resources you want to show on your profile.  On mine you can see links to SlideShare presentations, ebooks, etc. You? . How about this … ?

The Top 10 e-Learning Movers & Shakers (2014) of the World @SlideShare Presence!

ZaidLearn

TOP 10 The ‘ Top Ten’ most influential people in the corporate e-learning sector World (2014) was according to Bob Little''s annual list (Click their name to visit their SlideShare homepage. RESULTS With the exception of Christopher Pappas (as of today), the Top 10 e-Learning Movers & Shakers (2014) of the World have a surprisingly LOW NUMBER OF FOLLOWERS on SlideShare.

How to Reduce Your Course Development Costs By 90+ Per Cent

Absorb LMS

Learners today are presented with a wealth of choices and opportunities for learning. Slideshare and Prezi presentations. Absorb LMS course created with content from Wikipedia, YouTube, and Slideshare. existing Prezi presentation. Also, courses leveraging existing Web content (videos, Blogs, presentations, etc.) to find learning content. YouTube Statistics.

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Five great resources for presenters

Good To Great

Does presenting come naturally to you? Over the past couple of years this is one of the areas of personal development I’ve really tried to focus on, taking every opportunity I’ve been given to push my boundaries and present. Even if things go wrong and even if I’ve never yet given the perfect presentation, I’m always pretty proud of myself when I’m done.

Presentation: “Twitter in Education, what next?”

Dont Waste Your Time

presentation ‘ Twitter in Education &# this one looks into the uses of Twitter, rather than the tool. It is also worth keeping in mind the kind of resource that I haven’t been able to include in the presentation, but have provided links to for those who are interested, such as; Online Colleges: 25 Twitter Projects for the College Classroom. Twitter in Education: what next?

Online Branding for Academics

Dont Waste Your Time

In situations where we’re not able to sit and meet, or they want something else to look through to consolidate our conversation, I send them a link to Sidneyeve Matrix’s presentation (below): “Your Digital Impact: Online Professional Branding Tools & Strategies for Academics” Here Sidneyeve. Is their need to be ‘there’ one of inclusion or monitoring?

Captivate, Prezi, and SlideShare…Oh My!

TLC Media Design

Not only do we need to keep up with the latest changes in our field (different ISD models, new trends in learning, etc.), a lot of us are also struggling to learn how to develop the eLearning courses, videos, presentations, and. Ah…the woes of an instructional designer can be many in this day and age. eLearning Software Reviews Uncategorized

Developing your own Personal Learning Network (PLN) #edtech

Dont Waste Your Time

Their presentation at the TEL-themed SEDA Conference in 2011 on “Using social media to develop your own personal learning network” is one I have referred to before, but surprisingly never blogged about. Related posts: Presentation: Creating a Personal Learning Network #PLN. eLearning David Walker Personal Learning PLE PLN SEDA SlideShare Sue Beckingman References.

5 Ways to Share Your PowerPoint Presentation Online

DigitalChalk eLearning

“Could I have a copy of your slides?” It’s a common question after you have finished your presentation and received the applause. Is there a more effective way to share a presentation? You can share your hard work, and not only with interested listeners after a presentation, but also with a larger audience you have never met. Here are five of the best ways to share a PowerPoint presentation online. Upload your presentation to a hosting service. Some services have features that let you monitor your presentations and solicit feedback from viewers.

Zipcast from Slideshare

Jane Hart

Slideshare has just released Zipcast for 1-click meetings (public or private) on the Web – and it’s very simple! Click Zipcast on any presentation Select Public or Private Start Zipcast & enable live video Invite friends on Facebook & Twitter Your Zipcast is ON Find out more at [link]. Tools

Presentation: Using SlideShare

Dont Waste Your Time

David Hopkins: Presentation - Using SlideShare. Presentations Blackboard eLearning myBU Presentation SlideShare Technology Web 2.0

Is LinkedIn still relevant?

Dont Waste Your Time

Those who know me will know that I moved from Bournemouth University to the University of Leicester in 2012, and again on to the University of Warwick in 2014. I am certain that online professional persona was used as part of the interview/hiring process (let’s face it, they’d have missed a trick if they didn’t use them!) as well as my CV and application forms – my  Twitter feed, my LinkedIn profile, my (under-used) Google+ stream, SlideShare presentations, published books , etc. LinkedIn snakes or ladders? from Sue Beckingham. Does anyone?

New kit: Chromecast

Dont Waste Your Time

Laptop] Share a presentation, through the Chrome browser, from SlideShare, Google Docs, desktop, etc. Technology Apple Apple TV BBC Chromecast EdTech Education Technology Google iPad iPlayer Presentation SlideShare TV A few months ago I was trying to decide on whether to spend £100 on an Apple TV or £30 on a Google Chromecast. It is easy to set up and easy to use.

Podcast Interview, LTEN Presentation and Helpful Resources

Kapp Notes

Presenting, speaking and writing on games and gamification. I am in the middle of finishing two Lynda.com courses and finalizing the last chapter of a book about creating instructional games with Sharon Boller, very excited about the book. In the meantime, I’ve been busy with some presentations and interviews about gamification. It’s been a busy few months. Videos/Class.

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SlideShare

ZaidLearn

URL: [link] "SlideShare is a cool place to host and share presentations. Upload all your slide decks, and find / download interesting presentations. " Yes, it is so cool, I have dumped some of my old PowerPoint slides there, too. What more can we ask for in life from the PowerPoint slides: Zaid's Slideshare Example: Overall, you can get a lot of great ideas from some superb PowerPoint slide shows posted by others. At least they will not go totally to waste (also, I might get some ego boosting or destructive comments and ratings). learning tools

SlideShare

ZaidLearn

URL: [link] "SlideShare is a cool place to host and share presentations. Upload all your slide decks, and find / download interesting presentations. " Yes, it is so cool, I have dumped some of my old PowerPoint slides there, too. What more can we ask for in life from the PowerPoint slides: Zaid's Slideshare Example: Overall, you can get a lot of great ideas from some superb PowerPoint slide shows posted by others. At least they will not go totally to waste (also, I might get some ego boosting or destructive comments and ratings).

20 Wonderful Resources for Using BLE Beacons in Mobile Learning

Learnnovators

LearnerLab : This is a Slideshare presentation (from LearnerLab) that carries five brilliant examples of learning scenarios that could be powered up using iBeacons. THE QUOTE: “ We placed small Bluetooth LE beacons (similar to iBeacons) around the museum, and developed an app that allows visitors to get extra information on their phones as they walk around the exhibits. Use Cases.

Blackboard 9.1 (SP8) – ‘A New Beginning’

Dont Waste Your Time

Insert mash-up (see above) makes it easy to search and insert from YouTube, Flickr, and SlideShare. Once you’ve chosen the content to embed you’ll have the options on how it is presented as well as what attributes are displayed (Blackboard … more mash-up sources please!). Blackboard Flickr Mashup SlideShare VLE YouTubeThe best bit is that it works.

Gamify to Amplify the Learning Experience!

ZaidLearn

However, here is a great presentation by the awesome Karl Kapp on Gamification in learning design and delivery. Games, Simulations and Gamification in Learning Design and Delivery View more presentations from Karl Kapp You must have something to say about the book? 3D slideshare e-learning Learning Series educational gaming e-booksJust READ IT! Game over! Okay, I do!

Policies for Staff use of Social Media and Social Networks

Dont Waste Your Time

Does your employer / Institution have a policy for the accepted use, by staff, for how they can use Social Media (Twitter, Facebook, SlideShare, YouTube, WordPress, etc)? Related posts: Presentation: ROI of Social Media. Delicious Facebook Presentation SlideShare Social Media Social Network Twitter Video WordPress YouTube SAP -  Social Media Guidelines 2009.

Designing Engaging Presentations at IMU!

ZaidLearn

Looking forward to co-facilitate with Fareeza Marican (Senior Learning Designer at IMU) a workshop on 2 July (2014), focusing on designing engaging presentations based on Gagne''s nine events of instruction. SLIDES The presentation slides were co-created by Zaid Alsagoff and Fareeza Marican. Sadly, Fareeza Marican will be leaving IMU soon to explore a new world (not to be revealed.I

All content videos on #OER, #MOOC and #opened13

Ignatia Webs

The slides accompanying her 40 minute talk can be found on slideshare here , but just watch her speak energetically does the trick. change conference future of education mooc OER open education presentation If you can, take the rest of the week off for research purposes. there will be a session of interest for you). there are sessions of interest. Great stuff!

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Social & Collaborative Learning in the Workplace: the presentation #socolearn

Jane Hart

Today I gave a webinar presentation on Social & Collaborative Learning. Below is the slideset I made available on Slideshare, but if you would like to read the slide notes and get the links to further resources, you will find them here: Social & Collaborative Learning in the Workplace. Social learning

Interview with Terese Bird, #EdTechBook chapter author

Dont Waste Your Time

find other social media sites valuable as well: Pinterest, Academia.edu, YouTube, Flickr, Slideshare, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Academic communication should happen in the media and methods of the present world, and should not insist on happening in the media and methods of the past world. DH – Hi Terese. As for mobile devices, the funny thing is I do not own a smartphone.

Internet Time Alliance Insights: the presentation

Jane Hart

My colleague Harold Jarche has created the following presentation which brings together some thoughts (in the form of short quotes)  about workplace transformation from each the 5 Principals of the Internet Time Alliance (ITA). ITA Insights 2012 slideshare.net/jarche/ita-ins… via @ slideshare / Quote on slide 8 now on my Org email signature. ITA Insights 2012. Social learning

New conference formats in Experience track of #emoocs2015 share

Ignatia Webs

Once the conference started we needed to find a way to balance the discussion that could take place in the room: on the one hand there would be people in the room having seen the videos/read papers, but there would also be people in the room being new to the presented projects. really nice) took the chance and started preparing a 15 min presentation on the spot. All of that happened.

Web 3.0 and onwards

Learning with e's

View more presentations from Steve Wheeler. Continuing my retrospective of the year, one of the surprising highlights for me was the aftermath of a presentation I gave at a school in Exeter, South West England, in July. I was invited by Vitalmeet to present my latest views on the future of the web in education, so I chose to talk about 'Web 3.0 - the way forward?' My Web 3.0

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Can you SlideShare?

Clive on Learning

This morning, at ALT-C in Leeds, I attended Jane Hart's excellent presentation on the top 25 free tools for learning, I was familiar with most of these tools, but welcomed the opportunity to reflect on the extent to which I was maximising the potential benefit of each tool. The one I particularly noted was SlideShare, a site that allows you to upload and share PowerPoint and Keynote presentations. Your slides are not your presentation, they are only one component. Sharing slides that are accompanied by an audio narration that replaces the contribution of a presenter.

Do students understand their ‘digital footprint’ and how it can affect their employability?

Dont Waste Your Time

Last year I presented to a group of 1st year Business School students on the topic of their use of Social Media and Social Networking websites and how this could have implications on their employability. Presentation: Social Media & how (students) can survive online (2010). Here are a few of the examples/links I use in the presentation: I am blowing the airport sky high!

Seven SharePoint Assessment Slideshares

SharePoint and Assessment

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a presentation shared on Slideshare must be worth quite a few blog articles! Here are seven Slideshare presentations that you may not have seen. love this presentation from John Lightfoot which talks about how SharePoint can be used to improve the benefits of training by keeping learners engaged and helping them on the job after training. This presentation by James Lappin dates back to 2009 but has some different thoughts on the use of SharePoint in Higher Education, much of it still relevant and some neat drawings.