Workplace Trends from 2004…Still Trending

Integrated Learnings

One dusty cover that caught my eye was the January 2004 issue of Training + Development Magazine from ASTD, with this headline: 8 Trends You Need to Know NOW. Here’s a peek at the eight trends from 2004. --1-- I think it’s safe to say that many organizations are still figuring out how to find that balance, while also exploring how social media , mLearning , and more can fit into the equation. By Shelley A. Gable.

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ADL accepts eFront as SCORM 2004 adopter


News from the e-learning frontier Pages Home About Community Free e-Learning Resources Contribute to the e-Learning Community 4/08/2010 ADL accepts eFront as SCORM 2004 adopter eFront is an LMS commited to international standards.

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5 Insights into Workplace Social Learning Technologies

Lambda Solutions

The evolution of social technologies from Yahoo in 1995 to Facebook in 2004 has greatly impacted the way we communicate and hence the way we learn in our professional lives.

Creative Interactive Ideas

Take an e-Learning Break

We are working with clients using social media like blogs, wikis, podcasts, virtual worlds, and social networking. A fresh approach to e-learning E-learning is a great way to train employees, inform customers about new products and services, or demonstrate new software or other types of technology. If done properly, e-learning can be an exciting and engaging way to provide an interactive experience to customers, students, or users.

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eLearning Methodology

Big Dog, Little Dog

Interact (socialize). In Search of a Better Definition discusses the meaning of e-learning; while The Growth of eLearning discusses the four fuels of elearning: Technology (means). Learning Methodology (means). Acquire new skills and knowledge (consequence). Access information (consequence). The first means and main delivery mechanism of elearning, technology , was also discussed in the last post. This post will discuss the second means of eleaning -- Learning Methodology.

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How Taking Baby Steps Can Lead to Giant Success in e-Learning

Vignettes Learning

Topics this issue: 1. Taking baby steps to achieve giant success in elearning 2. Featured slideshow: "Readiness to Study" 3. The Blended e-Learning Workshop: Your first step to elearning success 1.

How I use social media professionally

Challenge to Learn

Recently a company ask me to to give them an introduction in the usage of social media, by explaining to them how I use it. I actively started using LinkedIn (my first social media site) in 2004. Corporate social networks e-Learning linkedin Social networks

Is all learning social?

Learning with e's

In the post I made the remark that today's learning needs to be personal, social and global, all of which can be mediated through technology. Keith asked me 'Does learning always need to be social?' They are infused with social meaning. Even consciousness is social.

14 Incredible Informal & Social Learning Quotes


THE QUOTE: “ Informal learning is enhanced when humans participate in interactive experiences.” – Allen (2004; Birchfield et al. THE JOURNEY: We believe in the amazing power of informal and social learning, and are excited about the potential these learning approaches offer for ensuring effective workplace learning and performance support. To succeed in social media you have to have strong social skills by nature.” – Connie Malamed (in our interview with her).

Social Learning and LMSs Marketplace

eLearning 24-7

As social learning continues to grow, LMS/LCMS vendors are taking various approaches. While some view themselves as “social learning&# savvy, incorporating various components, others seem to see themselves as just sitting on the sidelines. LMS/LCMS vendors are following one of three approaches when it comes to social learning. Dip their feet in it – just a bit, a little here, a little there – oh and call it a full social learning platform.

The social impact of disruptive technology

Learning with e's

Do you think this has a big social impact? when Tim O’Reilly coined the term in 2004. It will lead to the classification of knowledge through folksonomies and to the extended web which combines social and information richness.

ADDIE Must Die!


NOTE (October, 2012): I first posted this piece in 2004. Education Future of education instructional design Learning Social LearningAt the time I was looking at educational theories and methods that had been developed in the early 1970′s that rather mysteriously became the de facto standard for developing educational programs. I saw two major problems. The first is obvious. The way we learned back [.].


Using Social Media to Improve Workplace Learning

Janet Clarey

Just finished up an online presentation, Using Social Medial to Improve Workplace Learning , slides below. and this one “ideal online community&# : Le slides: Using Social Media Tools To Improve Workplace Learning. 2/3’s didn’t have a strategy for social media. Most of us reported moderate usage social media. “Learning is an integral and inseparable aspect of social practice.&# (Lave & Wenger, 1991).

5 Ways Informal Learning Gets Learners Engaged and Excited


These figures are in stark contrast to those from 2004 when 88% of learning activity was formal with only 12% informal. Learning Technology Trends Informal Learning Learner engagement Learning technology solutions lms Social Learning

SMBs and Social Learning Technologies

Janet Clarey

SMBs & Social Media (Sum Total). Other notes: Definition of social media vary among attendees (~160). Noted main difference between main stream media and social media. Social media enables everyone to publish/access info inexpensively. Where we are today: Primary forms of social learning technologies used in corporations today appear to be e-mail, live online learning (Web conferencing), threaded discussion, and collaborative content development. 2004).

Weapons of mass distraction

Learning with e's

And personal, mobile technologies come with a social cost. The multi-timbral nature of the smartphone gives it the capacity to capture our attention through a wide spectrum of attractions, from music and digital media, games, social media, dating sites, videos and live news streams.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Flash: Embedding Video in the Experience

Learning Visions

The more robust codec (compared with mx 2004) has been used extensively in sites like ABC, NBC, and The New York Time to name a few. Creating Social Presence in Online Classroom (ID. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff.

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Our mutual friends

Learning with e's

It fascinated social psychologist Stanley Milgram. So Milgram''s notion of six degrees is not so much a theory of learning, more a social contact theory, but it has significant implications for learning in the social media age. Social media can reduce the degrees of separation.

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Standard deviation

Learning with e's

The proliferation of technologies such as smartphones, social media and email means employees are increasingly exposed to task interruption. As Curtis (2004) writes, the digital age has introduced a spatial shift where we are explicitly and implicitly connected to each other as never before.

Where Social Learning got its start: An interview with Dave Tosh

The Learning Circuits

For those that haven't, Elgg is an open-source engine that allows you to create your own Social Network. Founded in 2004 by Dave Tosh and Ben Werdmuller, Elgg was often pitched as a Social Network for education - perhaps the first foray into the world of 'online' Social Learning, some time before the phrase entered popular parlance. Dave Tosh: I can't remember anyone talking about social learning back in 2004 when Elgg started.

LMS/LCMS Social Media & Side Notes

eLearning 24-7

If you haven’t been looking at LMS/LCMS solutions lately or if you have, you may be noticing a trend - social media. ″ was coined in 2004. Instead, let’s call it, what it really is and what it will be going forward – “Social Media&#. To have a better understanding on social media, I have provided the types of social media followed by an example. Social Media – Followed by an example. Social E-Mail - Google Buzz.


The Informal Learning Bubble: Will it Burst?

Bottom-Line Performance

” (See Marcia Connor’s 2004 article on Informal Learning to see the research on this.) This intentional learning is going to come from blogs, social networks, project opportunities at work, and interactive opportunities (i.e. Okay, so maybe 67.5% of statistics are made up.

MOOCs in Workplace Learning - Part 2: Designing a MOOC

ID Reflections

The technological affordances of social and mobile add to the ability to provide an ecosystem of continuous and pervasive learning. Social learning principles : One of the key components of a MOOC is the ability to discuss and collaborate with fellow participants.

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Theories for the digital age: Connectivism

Learning with e's

One highly visible theory is Connectivism (Siemens, 2004). His counterargument is that through the use of networked technologies, learning can now be distributed outside the learner, within personal learning communities and across social networks.

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MOOCs In Workplace Learning – Part 2: Designing a MOOC


The technological affordances of social and mobile add to the ability to provide an ecosystem of continuous and pervasive learning. MSL 2): Encompassing personal and social learning. It must encompass personal and social learning along with its formal components. .

Recycling Kolb

Learning with e's

Kolb's model was categorised by Mayes and deFreitas (2004) as an individual constructivist theory, in that it features a number of components that reflect solo learning activities. 2004) Review of e-learning theories, frameworks and models.

The survival of higher education (2): Changing times

Learning with e's

or the ‘social web’. and provide some examples of current pedagogical practice using the Social Web. Debate centres upon whether the emerging social applications constitute a sea change or revolution in the Web (cf. Essentially, the Web has become more social. 2004).

Lost in the crowd?

Learning with e's

In his book 2004 ' Distraction ', author Mark Curtis argued that our sense of self - or personal identity - can become confused or challenged when we habitually use digital technology. 2004) Distraction: Being Human in the Digital Age.

Get ready to #ShareYourSponge to help children learn

Sponge UK

Sponge UK , a leading digital learning provider is inviting people to unlock a donation to charity by simply sharing a ‘sponge photo’ on social media. We’re delighted to be supporting e-learning for kids and hoping to see lots of sponge photos appearing on social media!”

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What we don't know

Learning with e's

That is why it is so important for all of us to share what we know and share it freely on social media. The early warning systems now operational in many ocean locations around the world might have saved many lives if they had been in place in 2004.

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Slide templates and news you just can’t miss


SCORM 2004. Do you have an LMS compatible with SCORM 2004 ? These were the most popular articles this month: Follow us on social networks. Did you know that we publish some really interesting content on our social networks?

Conversation as curriculum

Learning with e's

Carl Young (2004) relates the story of a language teacher who used pure conversation as the basis for all her teaching. In the digital age, conversation as curriculum can be extended beyond the classroom through the use of social media and other communication technologies.

Discovering Instructional Design 11: The Kemp Model

The E-Learning Curve

The Morrison, Ross and Kemp Model, more commonly known as the Kemp Model defines different elements – not “step, stage, level, or sequential item” (Morrison, Ross & Kemp 2004, p.10) of an. Tags: Morrison Ross and Kemp Model development cycle course specification corprate development content development ISD ADDIE social learning Kemp Model instructional design

Infographic: How Google has changed what it means to do research


They also used Wikipedia (75 %) and YouTube or otehr social media sites (52 % ). Often seen as the first social networking site. 2004: Mozilla Firefox web browser released (the 2nd most popular current browser after Internet Explorer). 2004: Facebook launched.

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Moodle Journal - Untitled Article

Moodle Journal

The paper outlines some typical approaches for Social Studies, Science, English Language Arts, Math and draws its recommendation upon research by Herman J. 2004).

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