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. By taking inventory of employees’ “connections” (this was still a novel concept in 2005), they found that people had grouped into natural clusters.

eLearning Cyclops: A Priest, A Rabbi and an Instructional Designer.

eLearning Cyclops

Of course stakeholders come to training departments all the time demanding training and we need to look at the problem first as Jay Cross was quick to point out. This does not solve the problem, but reiterates the need for a more effective development timeline and approach. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. eLearning Cyclops. My insights on elearning and mlearning. Pages. Free eLearning. Cloud Apps. About Me. Privacy Policy. Sunday, April 10, 2011.

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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.

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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. I still have some short term memory problems, but nothing like at first. 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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10 Guidelines to Help Your Learners Find Credible Online Sources

LearnDash

Or in 2005, before Facebook became open to the public? See if they can pick up on problems in a source, and whether they can identify the good from the bad! 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.

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. They are there forever, and burying the past may prove to be a problem for many.

Designing eLearning for Schema Theory

Integrated Learnings

Our experiences constantly build and revise these mental models, which we use to solve problems and understand the world around us. When learners practice skills with problem-based scenarios, those scenarios are likely to include realistic triggers from a story, a learner’s mental models, and the work environment. 2005). You might also be interested in our page on Facebook or Twitter feed. By Shelley A. Gable.

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“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. This skills gap is happening in all sectors, and while many have laid the blame at the door of colleges and universities, but Wharton’s Peter Capelli suggests that the real problem is a training shortage.

Growing a Startup – Get Glocal with LMS

ScholarLMS

Each stage of growth has its unique challenges, of course, but the core of every problem is the speed and efficiency of handing off information. 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.

LMS Review: Docebo 7

Talented Learning

Here’s the problem: Let’s say your company has less than 100 users, but you want more sophisticated LMS functionality. 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. See More Vendors in our LMS Directory.

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). TNA means the problem has already been identified as needing a training solution. Identifying the root of performance problems involves a number of techniques and mechanisms, incl workflow audits, to ascertain appropriate performannce solution. Co-designing solutions to performance problems.

Top 3 Questions to Ask Before Choosing eLearning for Your Association

Association eLearning

A major issue in the news lately is the “skills-gap” problem. For years, associations have played a critical role in addressing the skills gap problem by providing professional and continuing education for their members. To add to this problem, many younger workers are either not renewing their membership or not joining associations at the same rate as their boomer counterparts. Share this on Facebook. A recent U.S.

Interview on lms-selection.com

eFront

Version 2 was a reality at the beginning of 2005. We had a very hectic next year due to several unforeseen problems, but this was for the better.

Is there value in defining mobile learning and classifying mobile devices?

Janet Clarey

While writing our Mobile Learning Cookbook, I tweeted that… This simple statement served as a catalyst for debate of sorts that extended to Facebook and then back to Twitter. He preferred to have a conversation on my Facebook wall. Me: I found a 2005 definition of mobile learning from you John. John: 2005 was quite a while ago. Andy Black has been writing about technology futures since (at least) 2005.

Personalizing Web Access " WebTools For Learners

Web Tools for Learners

Two problems: Although this was the same model as my laptop, the owner doesn’t use a mouse, and I do. Facebook. December 2005. November 2005. October 2005. September 2005. August 2005. WebTools For Learners.

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5 E-Learning Forecasts for 2012

eLearning 24-7

The problem though lies in the fact that once you add some features, eventually you will need to add more and more (HRIS modules for example), which then places you into the ERP space and those vendors. People who use Facebook and Twitter prefer those over your own FB like page and micro blog. I only know of a few vendors who have integrated FB and Twitter APIs into their systems – so it is actually Twitter and Facebook. .

Everything’s Coming Up Networks (except learning)

Jay Cross

Solving problems and making progress require continuous learning. I wrote about it in Informal Learning in 2005: ENGINEERING THE INDIVIDUAL’S LEARNING NETWORK. Facebook-itus. Sloan Management Review has a great interview with Andy McAfee on What Sells CEOs on Social Networking. CEOs excitedly agree with Lew Platt’s old observation about Hewlett-Packard: “If only HP knew what HP knows, we’d be three times more productive.”

Brent Schlenker Joins EdCast!

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

but didn't actually start this blog until 2005 when I couldn't sit on the sidelines any longer. They solve the training problem. Now we need systems that solve learning problems. Pick up your phone and look at how many apps you have that allow you to stream video at the touch of a button: Instragram, Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, skype, slack, Periscope, gChat, and more. The Big Story! I am officially part of team EdCast.

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e-Learning Acupuncture: Putting the microscope on Flickr

E-Learning Acupuncture

Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Google Buzz Posted by Eric at 12:34 PM Reactions: Labels: Flickr , histology , microscopy 0comments: Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Eric A.

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e-Learning Acupuncture: Technology, Colleges and Community Online Conference

E-Learning Acupuncture

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e-Learning Acupuncture: Carnegie-Mellon Shares Its Stuff!

E-Learning Acupuncture

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e-Learning Acupuncture: Free Images Databases (sorta!)

E-Learning Acupuncture

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Does anyone else see "Student Records" in "Data Portability"?

Mark Oehlert

The Friend Connect feature on a site acts as a small peephole on a Web page allowing content from a preselected social network (including Facebook, Google Talk, hi5, orkut, Plaxo, and others)to be viewed within the predefined window. Players in this arena (although not exactly all in the same role or capacity) include Facebook Connect , the Data Portability Project (of which MySpace is a member ), and Googles Open Social.

e-Learning Acupuncture: Engaging Interactions!

E-Learning Acupuncture

Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Google Buzz Posted by Eric at 10:35 AM Reactions: Labels: interaction elearning 1 comments: Karim said. ► May (1) Twitterfall - letting the web work for you ► April (2) Fantastic File Converter Solve problems with screencasting ► March (5) Do wikis work for any topic? The Reflective Teacher CCK08: Facebook for Academics CCK08: The most successful network in history!

e-Learning Acupuncture: Definitions: Web-courses

E-Learning Acupuncture

Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Google Buzz Posted by Eric at 10:39 AM Reactions: Labels: F2F , Hybrid , online , web course 1 comments: Naomi said. ► May (1) Twitterfall - letting the web work for you ► April (2) Fantastic File Converter Solve problems with screencasting ► March (5) Do wikis work for any topic? The Reflective Teacher CCK08: Facebook for Academics CCK08: The most successful network in history!

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Mark Oehlert

Facebook Profile. I think the big take-away from this session is that she began with a problem, people taking the wrong medicine, and then selected as her starting point - the user - not the system. Learning 2005. e-Clippings (Learning As Art). Subscribe to e-Clippings (a division of blogoehlert). flickr. flick r.com. This is a Flickr badge showing public photos from UX Week 2007. Make your own badge here. Me in Second Life. My latest additions to del.icio.us. del.icio.us

''m only going to say this about 1,000 more times.

Mark Oehlert

Facebook Profile. Karyn, At my last job I was a Learning Strategy Architect.probably hypocritical but I have less of a problem with the job titles (no one is selling me a job title) and as far as fierce, I was inspired by you and your posting on race and ethnicity. :-). Learning 2005. e-Clippings (Learning As Art). Subscribe to e-Clippings (a division of blogoehlert). flickr. flick r.com. This is a Flickr badge showing public photos from UX Week 2007.

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Massive Catch-Up Issue #1413 (Games, Virtual Worlds, banking concepts and more)

Mark Oehlert

» June 11, 2008 Massive Catch-Up Issue #1413 (Games, Virtual Worlds, banking concepts and more) Custom Laser-engraved Moleskines : me want Google announces OpenSocial 0.8 : more data portability Scientists to Build Concept Bank : "Information scientists announced an agreement last month on a “conceptbank” programmers could use to build thinking machines that reasonabout complex problems at the frontiers of knowledge—from advancedmanufacturing to biomedicine."

e-Learning Acupuncture: Learning objects that work!

E-Learning Acupuncture

Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Google Buzz Posted by Eric at 8:15 AM Reactions: Labels: learning object 5comments: Wilf Day said. ► May (1) Twitterfall - letting the web work for you ► April (2) Fantastic File Converter Solve problems with screencasting ► March (5) Do wikis work for any topic? The Reflective Teacher CCK08: Facebook for Academics CCK08: The most successful network in history!

How to Become Congruent With Your Ideal Business and Lifestyle With Success Coach and Equine Alchemist Nafissa Shireen

LifterLMS

My first part of my career, from 1990 to, I think, 2005, I was working for smaller entrepreneurs, and I missed that. So when I was working in corporate, I had no problem negotiating a really high salary. I had no problem going to the board and asking for $40 million. I had no problem. I say one of the top reason that people fail is what I call the five-hats problem, where you have to wear five hats at once. But her friend, he had no problem with.

e-Learning Acupuncture: Wiki uses at Universities

E-Learning Acupuncture

Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Google Buzz Posted by Eric at 11:33 AM Reactions: Labels: university , wiki 2comments: Anonymoussaid. ► May (1) Twitterfall - letting the web work for you ► April (2) Fantastic File Converter Solve problems with screencasting ► March (5) Do wikis work for any topic? The Reflective Teacher CCK08: Facebook for Academics CCK08: The most successful network in history!

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Hot List - April 1, 2009 to April 11, 2009

Tony Karrer

Are you on Facebook? Dan Roam talks about this in his book The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures. Community Portals , April 3, 2009 Looking back at lessons learned from community portals (2005) I would say that the transactional portal is the only one that still makes any sense to me: Transactional: sites which are accessible, complete, thoughtful, and coherent; and with more than one type of on-line interaction (e.g.