Creating Passionate Learners 2005 = same in 2011

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

2005 or 2006, the name Kathy Sierra is probably new to you. I started blogging in August 2005 and I did not have anyone "following" me at the time. So you can imagine how psyched I was when, after 4 months blogging, Kathy posted a comment on my post 2005 Review of eLearning. I've done a lot since 2005 and I'm sure all of you have too, and yet I wonder why so much of our industry still feels the same. For those of you that were not into the blogosphere WAY back in.oh.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Facebook on iPhone (Inside Facebook)

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Reflections from Adaptive Paths UX Week 2007 | Main | Quote of the Day: Jenkins on Convergence » August 28, 2007 Facebook on iPhone (Inside Facebook) This story from Inside Facebook hippedme to what has to be one of the slickest apps on the iPhone. Thistranslation of the desktop-based Facebook experience is flawless. Issues I have with Facebook are 1.

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Cammy Beans Learning Visions: The Real World, SecondLife and FaceBook/MySpace

Learning Visions

Tuesday, July 10, 2007 The Real World, SecondLife and FaceBook/MySpace Over the past few weeks Ive conducted about 17 interviews with current college students and recent graduates. Everyone who has graduated from college since 2005 has a FaceBook account. Im not sure how this relates to danah boyds recent blog article on Viewing American class divisions through FaceBook and MySpace. Another was a story from 2005, when 38% of SL users were women.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): OpenSocial, UWA and Facebook: What do the tabs tell us?

Mark Oehlert

» November 21, 2007 OpenSocial, UWA and Facebook: What do the tabs tell us? So I am culling back through my open tabs and I am hitting the ones that talk about Google releasing its OpenSocial APIs , and then I hit the Facebook Platform tab I had open, and then I am reading netvibes news about how it will be linking all existing social APIs as plugins for its Universal Widget API.

How Social Networks Can Harness the Power of Weak Ties | Social.

Dashe & Thomson

The power of tools like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Yammer, are pretty astounding. Here’s how a typical LinkedIn network might look: Your weak ties are smaller circles, not at the center of a cluster I heard more support for the Weak Ties theory while attending a Knowledge Management conference in 2005. By taking inventory of employees’ “connections” (this was still a novel concept in 2005), they found that people had grouped into natural clusters.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "Object-Centered Sociality" or What is Really at the Heart of Social Networks

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « "A Technology Flip Test: Introducing Channels in a World of Platforms" (Andrew McAfee) | Main | The Pentagon Channel - Embracing Video Big Time » September 01, 2007 "Object-Centered Sociality" or What is Really at the Heart of Social Networks I couldve sworn I had posted about this before but I cant find it.but talk about old.the spur for this post is from 2005!

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Facebbok apps now work on other sites.what is the hard part to figure out here?

Mark Oehlert

A few weeks ago, a story came out about how Facebook will allow apps built for Facebook to work on other Web sites. So why havent we gone further down the road of turning these systems into widget-sized, Facebook-like apps, that we could then reconfigure into the most logical collection of functionality for us in our current role at the current time?

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Thanksgiving Story and The Value of Video Games

Kapp Notes

I just happened to find you on facebook and I see the work you are doing. In 2005 I had a Cerebral Aneurysm that greatly effected my short term memory. of 2005 Thanks to some Divine intervention, and my DS I was back to work by January 1st 2006 Please keep up the research ,and I know you will help allot more people that are in the same shoes that I was back in 2005.

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Beyond Control?

Learning with e's

Students report that they experience difficulties with technical issues (Weller et al, 2005), lack of familiarity with the system (McGill & Hobbs, 2007), and discussion overload (Kear & Heap, 2007), and this is not an exhaustive list. Universities can if they wish, ban access to Facebook, YouTube and other popular sites across their networks, but students will still find ways to continue to gossip, share images, tag and otherwise interact beyond the control of the institute.

10 Guidelines to Help Your Learners Find Credible Online Sources

LearnDash

Or in 2005, before Facebook became open to the public? Assigning your learners a research project for your course? Here’s how to help them find good sources. I feel fortunate to have grown up with the Internet. I don’t mean having grown up with the Internet as we know it today, but having grown up alongside the Internet as it emerged and developed. As a result, I grew up learning how to find information the traditional way—in books, magazines, and even microfilm newspapers.

Noughties. but nice

Learning with e's

Social networking sites: Facebook (2006), Myspace (2003), Bebo (2005), LinkedIn (2003) and other sites together have changed the face of social networking for ever. Nothing it seems, is 'yours' anymore - once you have posted personal information or photos to Facebook, they are no longer simply 'your property'. Tags: Nintendo DS MySpace YouTube iPod Touch PLE Nintendo Wii Twitter Ringtones podcast Google FaceBook Bebo

How not to do social media

E-Learning Provocateur

The Football Federation of Australia (FFA) was born, and in 2005 the A-League kicked off. Around this time I was getting into Facebook. I had become a “fan&# of a couple of other sports clubs (eg Wests Tigers) when I noticed there was no Facebook page dedicated to the Australian national football team. This went along swimmingly until I got a message from Facebook HQ telling me that I had no rights over the page and my administration access was suspended.

A Primer on Learning Game Design

Bottom-Line Performance

link]. • “Marriott hopes to win with Facebook game:”. Learning by Doing: A comprehensive Guide to Simulations, Computer Games, and Pedagogy in e-Learning and Other Educational Experiences by Clark Aldrich, Pfeiffer, 2005. The gamification of learning is a hot, hot trend with great potential to improve the quality of learning experiences for adults – not just kids.

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Tottus joins the EduMe family

Edume

Starting life in Peru in 2002, the company was later acquired by one of South America’s largest retailers, Falabella, in 2005. You can connect with Tottus’s on LinkedIn , Twitter and Facebook or learn more via their website.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): GDC Update 9: The Game Design Challenge

Mark Oehlert

The last session that Peter Smith and I were in, Halo vs. Facebook , was just awful. Brenda Brathwaite: An Interspecies Facebook ARG seriously funny photoshop ideas.what about the wii? Funny Future of e-Learning Research Cross Posting Futures Games Gaming & Learning Government Hardware Industry informal learning Innovation Insanely Cool Content Job Leads Latest News Learning Learning 2005 Learning As Art Learning/Training Learning/Web 2.0

Yardstick Training relaunches as We Know Training

Yardstick

Founded in 2005, Yardstick Software Inc. or on social media: Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook. Effective January 31, 2020, Yardstick Training is now We Know Training. We are excited to announce this transition to our customers and continue to be a leading provider of online training in regulated and public-serving industries.

Yardstick Training relaunches as We Know Training

Yardstick

Founded in 2005, Yardstick Software Inc. or on social media: Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook. Effective January 31, 2020, Yardstick Training is now We Know Training. We are excited to announce this transition to our customers and continue to be a leading provider of online training in regulated and public-serving industries.

“We’ve Always Done It This Way” and Technology-Enabled Learning

Your Training Edge

That was in 2005 and she was talking about adopting new telecommunications technologies. Facebook was in its very early stages, and Twitter wasn’t even on the radar. In the five previous articles, we have addressed common objections to using massive open online courses (MOOCs) in corporate training. Here, we take a step back to tackle a more fundamental objection—the objection to using technology at all.

30 Day Brainstorm Challenge – Day 27: Dust Bunnies

Learning Rebels

Leadership training circa 2005 needs to be discarded and a new strategy developed. Check out the variety of participants and their challenge entries on the Learning Rebels Facebook page here. It’s Day 27 of our 30 Day Brainstorm Challenge – Dust Bunnies! My office is driving me crazy. I’m not the most organized person, but now it’s straining even my easy-going nature. I suppose this is good news, I have a variety of projects and proposals that need attention.

Designing eLearning for Schema Theory

Integrated Learnings

2005). You might also be interested in our page on Facebook or Twitter feed. By Shelley A. Gable. Have you ever seen a news story about someone with a phenomenal memory? Maybe someone who could miraculously remember sequences of numbers or objects? Have you ever been invited to attend a workshop that promises to help you improve your memory? Perhaps it promised to help you remember people’s names, among other day-to-day things?

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Growing a Startup – Get Glocal with LMS

ScholarLMS

Imagine Facebook circa 2005 with 15 employees to today with +17,000 all around the world? If your side gig has become your full-time gig, or if your passion project has taken off as a profit engine, then welcome to the world of startups. While having to be nimble and fast-paced is par for the course with entrepreneurial or lean organizations, your team will experience growing pains across the board.

Skills WANTED

eLearning 24-7

Content created in 2005 is not the same as what is needed today. Back in 2005, not many folks had a smartphone. Back in 2005, people could still live in their bubble, away from the global village. There wasn’t YouTube or Facebook. . How often have you thought about your boss in this way – “How did they get the ability to manage, people?” ” OR “As a leader, they stink.”

LMS Review: Docebo 7

Talented Learning

Founded 2005. Established in 2005, Docebo has more than 1200 active customers. Here are some examples of their out-of-the-box connectors: Social Media — Use your log-on credentials from Facebook, Gmail, Google Apps, LinkedIn, Slack or Twitter to create LMS accounts and populate profile data. OKTA, LDAP, Google Apps, Facebook, G Suite and LinkedIn. Create user account and sign-on with Facebook, Twitter, Linked, Gmail and Google Apps.

Research Shows Companies Should Encourage Social Learning

TOPYX LMS

For example, informal learning happens effortlessly when people: Read a statistic or story on Facebook or another social media network. by Jay Cross and Internet Time Group : In 2005, Marcia Conner wrote, “Most learning doesn’t occur in formal training programs. Select LMSs give users access to social media sites like Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Vine, and YouTube while allowing administrators to control how, when, and for what purpose these networks are used.

Web vs Apps: The Battle Rages On

eFront

In 2005 things seemed clear. the Facebook and Messages app for Facebook, the Google Maps app for Google Maps, etc). The Web was the undisputed king, and with the advent of AJAX and modern CSS, future software was going to be written for the browser. A year earlier, Joel Spolsky, who had helped create Visual Basic and was a project manager for Excel, had written an article saying that Microsoft had lost the API war, and that the Web makes the operating system irrelevant.

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Book instead of blogposts

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

What I really liked is that we had a group of 20-25 people who wanted to think along for instance with a facebook exchange and/or reviewing the models. When I started in 2005 with communities of practice, few organizations were interested. My last blogpost is almost 4 months ago. I admire people like Richard Millington who blog faster than I can read.

The future of eLearning, part 2

eFront

Social networking is not some new category of computer use that Facebook (or Friendster/MySpace/Twitter/etc) invented. Still, for it to really catch on it needed the capabilities of the modern web (circa 2005) and a good enough implementation. In this series of posts we stroke our elaborate moustaches, straighten up our turbans, and look into our crystal balls to determine the future of eLearning in 10 years time.

Blogging: Five of the best

Learning with 'e's

Lessig, 2005, p. The post went viral (especially on Facebook) and received more than 40,000 views in the first week of posting. The 18 comments on the blog were dwarfed by the hundreds of comments received on my Facebook wall. 2005) Free Culture: The Nature and Future of Creativity. Photo by Florian Klauer on unsplash I have been privileged over the past few years to have garnered a good audience for my writing. As this blog approaches 8.5

Post D

Clive on Learning

In case you haven't twigged, D is the Roman numeral representing the number 500, and that's how many posts have been issued from Clive on Learning since October 2005. As a blogger I have evolved a definite publishing routine: I don't write about personal topics (glimpses into non-professional life can emerge through Facebook and Twitter). This is post D, a milestone.

The differences between learning in an e-business and learning in a social business

Jane Hart

A Social Business isn’t just a company that has a Facebook page and a Twitter account. 2005). In my recent webinar I shared a slide that showed the 5 stages of workplace learning. This has attracted a lot of interest, and I’ve been asked to talk more about the differences between “learning” in Stages 1-4 and Stage 5. Working and learning in Stages 1-4 is based upon a Taylorist , industrial age mindset.

PODCAST 139: The Science of Becoming a Better Sales Leader with Luke Rogers

Sales Hacker

The challenge with all of this was, I was at university from 2005 to 2008, and we all know what happened in 2008. He was the head of people development at Facebook.

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

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

August 23, 2005 - The Welcome Post [link] August 23, 2006 - First Anniversary [link] July 7, 2008 - Running the Summer Seminar Series during the 2008 Anniversary [link] Questions I'm considering Is blogging still an important part of your learning, or collaboration? Are you spending more time on twitter, or Facebook these days? Blogger was born on this day (8/23) 1999.

The future of eLearning, part 2

eFront

Social networking is not some new category of computer use that Facebook (or Friendster/MySpace/Twitter/etc) invented. Still, for it to really catch on it needed the capabilities of the modern web (circa 2005) and a good enough implementation. In this series of posts we stroke our elaborate moustaches, straighten up our turbans, and look into our crystal balls to determine the future of eLearning in 10 years time.

eLearning Thought Leaders: Jane Bozarth – DevLearn Preview

eLearning Weekly

She lives on Twitter and Facebook whether online at a computer or connected through an app on a mobile device. eLW: In 2005 you published the book E-Learning Solutions on a Shoestring and now your latest book is Social Media for Trainers. I keep Facebook and Twitter up all day but don’t post much during work hours. I also prefer the Facebook mobile app to the desktop view. . Jane Bozarth likes social media.

Understanding Web 2.0

Integrated Learnings

wikipedia entry first written in February of 2005 to get a better appreciation of how this terminology has morphed (somewhat) over time. Ego centric networks like Facebook, Linked In, Blogs, and Twitter use human instigated actions as the impetus for social networking. Do you know the reasoning behind why the world-wide web was created? Hint: it was not to exchange music and books for credit card information) It was created to help people share information.

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The Next Big Learning App! - not really

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

The kids are leaving (have left) Facebook for Snapchat. Had MOOCs been around in 2005 that app would have been called MOOCr for sure. C''mon people! Where is it? Normally when this happens, some enterprising capitalist jumps on the bandwagon with some sort of copycat app aimed at education. Where''s SnapLearn? Or SnapSkool? Or perhaps SnapClass? Hey, SnapClass! That has a nice ring to it. That might have some legs.

Why and how to create successful Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) in the Workplace

TalentLMS

The idea behind a Personal Learning Network has its roots in a learning theory, called the Theory of Connectivism, advanced by George Siemens back in 2005. If you have accounts on any of the leading social media platforms, including LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Instagram, you’ll likely find a plethora of groups that you can join to support your personalized needs for continuous learning in the workplace.