Top 10 eLearning Predictions for 2010

Tony Karrer

Before I start with any of my actual predictions, let me throw in an overall prediction that the year is going to start off slow for most people, but by the end of the year, we will all be thinking: “Wow, 2010 was a crazy year!” For example, Harold Jarche tells us 2010: Year of the CM.

10 Ways To Learn In 2010

The eLearning Coach

Some sites crowd-source the answers while others use mentors to answer questions in their area of expertise. Post from: The eLearning Coach 10 Ways To Learn In 2010. There are so many cool ways to learn online now. The whole world is a school.

Freedom to Learn and Pursue One's Expertise

Vignettes Learning

We call it Path to Expertise or Path2X. This provides them a unique perspective of their pursuit of expertise. 4) Trending and Patterns of Insights are Predictors of Expertise Areas Articulate your expertise/digital tracker. John Wiley & Sons, 30 Jul 2010.

Top 75 eLearning Posts - May 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

May 2010. Performance Learning Productivity , May 28, 2010 Instructional design is not only seen as a core competency for learning and development/training specialists, but it’s a huge industry, too. Most learning vendors tout their ‘expertise in instructional design’ as a key reason as to why we should engage them to produce learning content. First iPad University Course - The eLearning Coach , May 16, 2010 These students will be getting an iPad loaded with course content.

Augmented Reality for Learning

Tony Karrer

I’m not and I gave him the standard advice about looking through LinkedIn Guide for Knowledge Workers , LinkedIn for Finding Expertise , and Searching for Expertise - LinkedIn Answers. Designing Impact , June 8, 2010 Augmented Reality: does it have a place/future in education? A colleague just asked me if I knew anyone who was using Augmented Reality for learning.

Here’s How to Be an E-Learning Superstar in 2010

Rapid eLearning

If you’re in the same boat, here are some tips to help make 2010 a good year for you. So if you want 2010 to be the year you really kicked your elearning skills into gear, here are some tips on how to join the rapid elearning community. Why not share your expertise?

Can Learners Participate At Their Own Level of Expertise? by Mary Arnold

Learning Solutions Magazine

environment at their own level of expertise. Scores can be a surprisingly good way to help learners enter the Learning 2.0 Here are some great pointers that will help you use social networking-type incentives (points) to build participation, and to track and reward individual users’ contributions to group understanding.

21st Century L&D Skills

Performance Learning Productivity

It got me thinking about a piece I’d written for TrainingZone a few months ago titled “What does your ideal L&D team look like in 2010?”. You may have joined the training/learning profession because you were a subject expert and wanted to (or were recruited to) share your expertise.

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Online courses must die!

E-Learning Provocateur

The SME is empowered to produce content, which frees you up to apply your own expertise: instructional design. A touch dramatic, isn’t it? Now that I have your attention, please bear with me. There’s method in my madness… The myth of rapid authoring.

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Talking Instructional Design to Non-Instructional Designers

Bottom-Line Performance

Most clients WILL be thinking – even if they don’t say it – “How can you possible create training on MY subject when you have no expertise in it? You need to show – not just tell – the client how your expertise in learning plus the client’s content expertise can equal a great learning solution. Hello! I’m new as a Lessons on Learning blogger.

ID - Instructional Design or Interactivity Design in an interconnected world?

Performance Learning Productivity

Most learning vendors tout their ‘expertise in instructional design’ as a key reason as to why we should engage them to produce learning content. Instructional design is not only seen as a core competency for learning and development/training specialists, but it’s a huge industry, too.

Pearls of wisdom

E-Learning Provocateur

This week I attended the 2010 LearnX Asia Pacific Conference in Sydney. Tania Tytherleigh – The connection you make with your learners is more important than your experience or your expertise. While I jotted down reams of notes, I’m a big fan of one liners.

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The Human Factor: Can Learners Participate At Their Own Level of Expertise? by Mary Arnold

Learning Solutions Magazine

environment at their own level of expertise. Scores can be a surprisingly good way to help learners enter the Learning 2.0 Here are some great pointers that will help you use social networking-type incentives (points) to build participation, and to track and reward individual users’ contributions to group understanding.

Automation is out; Innovation is in! How will L&D address this?

ID Reflections

Preamble Dan Pink, Harold Jarche, Dave Snowden, Jay Cross, Jane Hart, Shawn Callahan, Howard Gardner, et al. have been talking about it, writing about it, warning folks to take heed. Giving organizations the wake up call!

HPT and Social Learning: David Wilkins via Skype #ISPI -Sharing some key points.

ID Reflections

Shared expertise builds credibility. We should teach a man to teach & share expertise." ~@ dwilkinsnh Organizational network analysis (Rob Cross) shows how companies really work. I just attended an #ISPI session hosted by the Massachusetts ISPI chapter (@ MASS_ISPI ).

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Managing Subject Matter Expert Engagement via Project Momentum

Web Courseworks

Communication planning focused on expertise planning 3. Are you promoting a culture of expertise sharing? I will be session speaking on Micro-collaboration: Team sharing to build highly interactive online activities on Thursday August 5, 2010 at 2:15 p.m.

Novice Versus Expert Design Strategies

The eLearning Coach

Tags: DESIGN INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN expert learners expertise reversal effect novice learners novice to expert

The Adventures of Developing an e-learning Course!

ID Reflections

Preamble I have just been reading a post by @ tomkuhlmann called Five Ways to Guarantee Your E-Learning Course is a Success. The post is a relevant read for anyone in the field of delivering e-learning, training, and responsible for organizational performance.

Teacher to Instructional Designer: Interview Questions

Experiencing eLearning

Unless your content expertise is specifically part of this job, that isn’t what they want to hear about. I received a question from a current classroom teacher who is hoping to make the career move to instructional design.

Why Gowalla should merge with Foursquare

E-Learning Provocateur

I don’t have an MBA, nor do I pretend to have expertise or inside knowledge on geolocation business models, but consider it on a mathematical level: As of 7 July 10 , Foursquare has just over 1.9

Brainstorming for eLearning: Rules of Brainstorming

Integrated Learnings

Brainstorming is fun, and most people are flattered when asked to share their expertise, so getting a few peers together to exchange ideas for an hour may be easier than you’d expect. By Shelley A. Gable. We know that some of the most effective training follows a problem-centered approach , engages learners , is abundant with practice and coaching, and simulates the work environment as closely as possible. Easier said than done, right?

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Presence Pedagogy: Needs Some More Dimensions

Kapp Notes

The other day, I discovered an interesting article, Presence Pedagogy: Teaching and Learning in a 3D Virtual Immersive World , which describes an educational approach for conducting a learning event in a virtual immersive environment.

Learned vs. Learners

ID Reflections

I have recently been reading Building Expertise: Cognitive Methods for Training and Performance Improvement at a colleague’s recommendation. Building Expertise deals with learning and training as it needs to be. In this post, I want to examine a few aspects of expertise and what that means for the workers of the 21 st Century. However, building expertise is becoming a challenge—an almost insurmountable one on occasions. Expertise requires extensive practice 2.

Summits, Conferences and Some Relaxation

Kapp Notes

Kaplan EduNeering’s expertise in delivering solutions that help companies meet regulatory and compliance requirements will augment ProtonMedia’s ability to effectively foster product life cycle collaboration within research, development, production, marketing, and customer engagement phases.

Book Review: Love is the Killer App

Learning Visions

Lots of books in your area of expertise. I like love and I bet you do too. In fact, I love love. It makes the world go ‘round and makes me feel good. Both the giving and the receiving parts.

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Less is more: A different approach to L&D in a world awash with information

Performance Learning Productivity

This post appeared on the TrainingZone.co.uk site last month. I’ve re-posted it here for people who don’t choose to register on the TZ website. Charles Jennings argues that the adage 'access to knowledge is power' is more fitting in today's information-swamped world.

Success Formula for Discussion Forums in Financial Services

Tony Karrer

In terms of finding people with experience on this, my first suggestion was using LinkedIn and particularly looking through LinkedIn Guide for Knowledge Workers , LinkedIn for Finding Expertise , and Searching for Expertise - LinkedIn Answers. at Booz Allen: The Series - Portals and KM , January 20, 2010 More Resources on Discussion Forums, Communities: Forums vs. Social Networks?

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Our book "en nu online" is born

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

In our case, we really got to know each other and value the expertise and view of the other person. My first book ever is out, written with Sibrenne Wagenaar (see picture). I even had a dream last night of a smooth delivery (of a baby).

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Employee Surveys: How is as Important as What

The Peformance Improvement

It takes expertise to design and administer a survey that gives everyone confidence that the responses are valid, reliable, and useful. An epidemic of employee surveys is killing knowledge and wisdom.

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Talking Instructional Design to Non-Instructional Designers

Bottom-Line Performance

Most clients WILL be thinking – even if they don’t say it – “How can you possible create training on MY subject when you have no expertise in it? You need to show – not just tell – the client how your expertise in learning plus the client’s content expertise can equal a great learning solution. Hello! I’m new as a Lessons on Learning blogger.

Time to Performance

Tony Karrer

There have already been some great contributions to this month’s big question – Predictions and Plans for 2010. Or at least have the appearance of expertise (see Expert Level Answers via Social Networks as one way to appear to be expert). Is Time to Performance really going to get traction in 2010? I was reading Jay Cross’ response and one of his predictions: Faster, faster, faster, real time. Time-to-performance becomes the new metric. It’s funny to see that term again.

Learning Defined?

KnowledgeStar

Here’s two from me now it’s your turn … The Oxford English Dictionary defines knowledge as (i) expertise and skills acquired by a person through experience or education or (ii) the awareness or familiarity gained by experience of a fact or situation.

Instructional Design as a practice in corporate vs. academia

Learning Visions

They have content expertise, but usually don’t help deliver the content. Episode #8 of Instructional Design Live on EdTechTalk. A conversation with Professor Karl Kapp on instructional design – with a focus on the differences in ID as a practice in the academic and corporate worlds. Apparently, it’s Karl Kapp month here on Learning Visions! See my interview with him last week on his new book.) These are my live blogged notes – apologize if they’re a bit all over the map.

Instructional Design for Virtual Worlds

Experiencing eLearning

Here’s how to use your expertise in this new environment, and here’s the new skills you’ll need to learn.&#. Welcome to stop #10 on the blog book tour for Learning in 3D!

Selling Social Learning – Be a Jack

Tony Karrer

Instead, one of the things that I Learned about Learning in 2009 and was an important eLearning Predictions for 2010 was to “Be a Jack”. Here’s what Be a Jack sounds like: If I can bring together outside experts and/or people from across the organization with expertise and facilitate a conversation on the critical business issues you are facing and help you capture that so that it can get distributed in the organization – is that something you would want?

eLearning Outsourcing: 5 Keys To Make It Work

Upside Learning

Don’t splurge but be ready to pay for experience and expertise. Some months back I wrote a couple of posts about elearning outsourcing focusing on why to outsource elearning and how to select a vendor. This post focuses on how to make outsourcing work for you.

Why some smart people are reluctant to share? | Life Beyond Code

ID Reflections

We have often experienced this phenomenon where someone we hold in regard for their knowledge, expertise in a particular area, skills, insight and analytical abilities, just does not seem to share the knowledge. And what is seen as selfish could just be a case of the expert taking his expertise for granted and not thinking of it as something worth sharing. A post from a blogger I admire, this one set me thinking this morning.