Creating Passionate Learners 2005 = same in 2011

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

2005 or 2006, the name Kathy Sierra is probably new to you. Let me start with why I am blogging on this topic. If you are new to Kathy Sierra, after listening to the recording above, you should read the archives of her blog at headrush.typepad.com.

Pew Survey on Blogging - Training Professionals Far Behind

Tony Karrer

Found via Joho Blog - Pew has a new report on a national survey of bloggers and blogging ( PDF Link Directly ). Interesting information: Eight percent of internet users, or about 12 million American adults, keep a blog. Thirty-nine percent of internet users, or about 57 million American adults, read blogs - a significant increase since the fall of 2005. 99% Blogs - 2.5% CLO Magazine or a blog?

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Reflections on strategies of inclusive and engaging learning courses

Adobe Captivate

Harvard Education Press, 2005), and A Practical Reader in Universal Design for Learning by Rose & Meyer, Eds. A Practical Reader in Universal Design for Learning, Harvard Education Press, 2006. Universally Designed Classroom, Harvard Education Press, 2005.

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Breakthrough eLearning: Reflections on Learning 2005

Breakthrough eLearning

Breakthrough eLearning Reflections on how to break through some of the barriers that prevent the achievement of excellence in eLearning.The 5-E Framework: Establish Value / Effect Change / Engage Stakeholders & Learners / Experiment / Evaluate Results Tuesday, November 08, 2005 Reflections on Learning 2005 I attended the Learning 2005 conference last week, along with about 1,500 others in the training field. 5 - 8) for Learning 2006.

Beta Program, Email List, Acquisition - A Case Study in What Not to Do

Tony Karrer

The acquired company established a listserve mailing list and put all of their top users on the list.Here a few of the emails (there are about 80 in total), but you'll get the idea: Dec 8, 2005 Once the beta is ready I am sure they'll let us know first. Dec 8, 2005 - From official at company that was acquired You will receive an email once we start the beta. The Product Team Jan 6, 2006 Any word on the Beta? Apr 11, 2006 Any word on the Beta?

Web 2.0 Tools, Networks and Community (Individuals vs. Collective)

Tony Karrer

Nancy just created a post out of an article and presentation that I had linked to before: Full Circle Online Interaction Blog: Blogs and Community - launching a new paradigm for online community? Traditional online community mechanisms (email lists, groups) are joined by a wide variety of publishing mechanisms (blogs, social bookmarking, wikis, flickr, etc.) and Many have written about the definitions of online community (White 2005).

Presentation Resources and Notes from IMU Learning Webinar Series

Kapp Notes

2006). Proceedings of PRESENCE 2006: The 9th Annual International Workshop on Presence. 2005). Blog posts discussing subjects covered in presentation: Consider Player/Game Interactions. Tonight I am speaking at the IMU Learning Webinar Series.

ASTD DC Metro 2013 Presentation Resources:Gamification of Learning

Kapp Notes

2006). Proceedings of PRESENCE 2006: The 9th Annual International Workshop on Presence. 2005). Blog posts discussing subjects covered in presentation: Consider Player/Game Interactions.

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Top 100 Learning Game Resources

Upside Learning

I’d been mulling posting these to the blog. Serious Games Blog. Using computer games in education- ThirdForce Blog, January 30, 2009. The Learning Circuits Blog, October 13, 2007. Adopting Digital Game-based Learning: Why and How- Upside Learning Blog, March 26, 2009.

Five Reasons Learners Experience the Spacing Effect

Will at Work Learning

As Harry Bahrick and Lynda Hall said in 2005, “The spacing effect is one of the oldest and best documented phenomena in the history of learning and memory research.”. Here, on my blog, I'll share tidbits of my translational research effort, especially when I find articles that are particularly interesting or informative. So folks, as I wrote in 2006 , we ought to be figure out ways to Space Learning Over Time, using spaced repetitions, perhaps in a subscription-learning format. .

Summary of Original Snake Oil Post

The Learning Circuits

Simulation - Gartner estimated by 2006 over 70% of elearning would be simulation. Next in Beyond the Blog: The Reaction "We are the Problem: We're Selling Snake Oil” came at time of great tumult in the workplace learning world.

ASTD Philly 2013 Presentation Resources

Kapp Notes

2006). Proceedings of PRESENCE 2006: The 9th Annual International Workshop on Presence. Baylor and Kim (2005) report that in multiple studies with avatars of different gender and race, evidence indicates that students learned significantly more and had significantly greater motivation when working with one motivator and a different expert avatar as compared to working with the just the one mentor avatar. 2005). Here are the resources from my presentation.

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Resources from Learning 3.0 Conference Presentation

Kapp Notes

2006). Proceedings of PRESENCE 2006: The 9th Annual International Workshop on Presence. 2005). Blog posts discussing subjects covered in presentation: Consider Player/Game Interactions.

Kineo Turns 100! 100 months of learning and loving

Learning Visions

I developed a corporate crush on Kineo in 2006. In fact, one of my earliest blog posts was about this great company that served up lots of great resources to the e-learning and instructional design community. Check out the journey we''ve been on since 2005 Kineo turns 100 months old this month, with 100 newsletters under our belts and loads of client projects and industry lauds.

#DevLearn 2012: Kapp Presentation Resources

Kapp Notes

2006). Proceedings of PRESENCE 2006: The 9th Annual International Workshop on Presence. 2005). Blog posts discussing subjects covered in presentation: Consider Player/Game Interactions.

That’s not my style: Learning preferences and instructional design

Obsidian Learning

In a recent blog post published by the New York Times , Anna North noted that the concept of “learning styles” is still prevalent among educators, even though there is little empirical research to support it. 2006). 2005). 2005). 2005). 2006).

ASTD DC Metro 2013 Presentation Resources:Gamification of Learning

Kapp Notes

2006). Proceedings of PRESENCE 2006: The 9th Annual International Workshop on Presence. 2005). Blog posts discussing subjects covered in presentation: Consider Player/Game Interactions.

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Can you explain the “Fiscal Cliff Crisis” to an Eight-year old?

Vignettes Learning

Storytelling has the power to foster inclusivity because it engages the imagination and emotions (Hilder (2005)). Hilder (2005) writes that the mission of a story is to widen awareness and awaken possibilities. Read also my related blog at [link] Reference Bryant, L.

Vegas Workshop Resources

Kapp Notes

2006). Proceedings of PRESENCE 2006: The 9th Annual International Workshop on Presence. 2005). Blog posts discussing subjects covered in presentation: Consider Player/Game Interactions. Here are the resources and slides from my workshop presentation in Las Vegas.

#ASTDTK2013 Resources from ASTD Presentations

Kapp Notes

2006). Proceedings of PRESENCE 2006: The 9th Annual International Workshop on Presence. Baylor and Kim (2005) report that in multiple studies with avatars of different gender and race, evidence indicates that students learned significantly more and had significantly greater motivation when working with one motivator and a different expert avatar as compared to working with the just the one mentor avatar. 2005). ASTD TK 2013 has been a great time.

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Resources from #ASTDEBL Evidence-Based Learning Webinar

Kapp Notes

2006). Proceedings of PRESENCE 2006: The 9th Annual International Workshop on Presence. Baylor and Kim (2005) report that in multiple studies with avatars of different gender and race, evidence indicates that students learned significantly more and had significantly greater motivation when working with one motivator and a different expert avatar as compared to working with the just the one mentor avatar. 2005).

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Dont Be a Tyrant!

Learning Visions

A post from the Eide Neurolearning Blog from 2005. Posted by Cammy Bean at 9:13 AM Labels: learning styles 0comments: Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Cammy Bean Greater Boston, MA, United States View my complete profile About This Blog Subscribe in a reader Subscribe via email Are you an Instructional Designer? Blog Book Tour: Learning in 3D #lrn3d Allison Rossett: ELearning Isn’t What You Think It.

What is Corporate eLearning Development all about?

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

The blog that is.this blog to be specific. I recently had my 1 year blog birthday party (or was it aniversary?) I started Corporate eLearning Development in August of 2005. Bookmarks don't cut it for continually surfing your favorite blogs/sites.

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TechKnowledge 2012 Presentation Resources

Kapp Notes

2006). Proceedings of PRESENCE 2006: The 9th Annual International Workshop on Presence. Baylor and Kim (2005) report that in multiple studies with avatars of different gender and race, evidence indicates that students learned significantly more and had significantly greater motivation when working with one motivator and a different expert avatar as compared to working with the just the one mentor avatar. 2005).

Breakthrough eLearning: eLearning That Doesnt Break the Bank

Breakthrough eLearning

PowerPoint) Blogs (e.g. www.eLearnCampus.com View my complete profile Previous Posts Engage, Engage, Engage It’s the People, Stupid In Praise of Ignorance Reflections on Learning 2005 The Kinds of Breakthroughs That Are Needed

5 Years of Blogging about Corporate eLearning - Thanks for the memories!

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

Six years later to the day I started the Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development blog - [link] It was not planned that way. So now its been 5 years since I started blogging. I started blogging 1 year before I left Intel.coincidence? Does your LinkedIn account supplement or replace your blogging activities? I think my blogging has slowed quite a bit over this last year and so at this anniversary I'm finding it a good idea to re-imagine the blog.

Resources from my presentation at Innovations in e-learning Symposium

Kapp Notes

2006). Proceedings of PRESENCE 2006: The 9th Annual International Workshop on Presence. 2005). Wendy at Middle of the Curve did a great live blogging and took some great notes on the session ! Once again, hats of to Chris St.

Breakthrough eLearning: Why I Hate Conferences!

Breakthrough eLearning

Breakthrough eLearning Reflections on how to break through some of the barriers that prevent the achievement of excellence in eLearning.The 5-E Framework: Establish Value / Effect Change / Engage Stakeholders & Learners / Experiment / Evaluate Results Tuesday, May 02, 2006 Why I Hate Conferences!

How can Web2.0 exist in the Enterprise?

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

Another great find from the elearningpost blog. This one points us too Shiv Singh of the BoxesandArrows blog. An Intel colleague of mine once stated at the Learning2005 conference with absolutely certainty that "2005 is the year I lost control!" For others it may be 2006, 2008, or beyond. Shiv nails it with this assessment: First, Web 2.0 can change the way you reach your customers, build relationships with them, and further your brand objectives.

Knowledge and Learning In The News - 8/29/2006

Big Dog, Little Dog

Top 10 Best Presentations Ever - Know HR Blog. Malcolm Gladwell's Blink presentation at SXSW 2005. Via J ay Cross @ Internet Time Blog. percent from 2000 to 2005, while total compensation for the median worker rose 7.2 Just to name a couple: Steve Jobs introduces the Macintosh in 1984. Dr. Martin Luther King's I Have a Dream speech in 1963. Tom Peters presents A Ham Sandwich in 1990. Turn Your iPod into the Ultimate PowerPoint Accessory - Micro Persuasion.

knowledge and Learning In The News - 8/20/2006

Big Dog, Little Dog

Recorded February 2005 in Monterey, CA. Human Connectivity - Blog Bytes. Ross Lovegrove on Form (video) - TED. Ross Lovegrove is an industrial designer, best known for his work on the Sony Walkman and Apple iMac. In this highly visual presentation, he presents his recent work-from furniture to water bottles-which is organic in form and inspired by nature. Duration: 20:14). The Great Unread - Nicholas Carr.

Happy Anniversary Corporate eLearning Development

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

My first post was on this day in 2005. I've had conversations with other Learning professionals via the blog, and met amazing people from around the world.Japan, China, Australia, England, and more. UPDATE: I share my blog birthday/anniversary (whatever) with the tool that I use. Well, I made it to 12 months. My original plan was to do it for 6 months just to see what all the fuss was about. By the time that 6 month mark hit I was fully engaged well beyond my original intent.

Knowledge and Learning In The News - 1/8/2006

Big Dog, Little Dog

The top 10 technology trends affecting education in 2005 - The Philadelphia Inquirer. A Blog That Blogs Corporate Blogs - The New York Times. The Fortune 500 Blogging Wiki ( socialtext.net/bizblogs ) amasses blogs maintained by employees of the biggest American corporations. Social computing: getting ahead of the blog. Blackboard's takeover of Web CT 9. Moodle. Web 2.0 The release of Open Office 2.0 A renewed debate 5. Podcasting!

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Resources from Training 2013 Conference and Expo #trg13

Kapp Notes

2006). Proceedings of PRESENCE 2006: The 9th Annual International Workshop on Presence. Baylor and Kim (2005) report that in multiple studies with avatars of different gender and race, evidence indicates that students learned significantly more and had significantly greater motivation when working with one motivator and a different expert avatar as compared to working with the just the one mentor avatar. 2005). The presentation was a great deal of fun.