Top 70 eLearning Posts for June and Hot Topics including iPad and Mobile Learning

eLearning Learning Posts

June 2010. Real learning – let’s not confuse it with completing templated exercises - Performance Learning Productivity , June 18, 2010 I read a piece written by Kate Graham of e2train on Thursday and it started me thinking about the ‘real learning versus managed learning’ debate. 20 Facts You Must Know About Working Memory - The eLearning Coach , June 2, 2010 Without adapting learning experiences to the learner’s cognitive architecture, instructional design is hit or miss.

Effective Web Conferences – 41 Resources

Tony Karrer

How to Run a Conference That Makes Us Say “WOW!” - Engaged Learning , June 22, 2010 Attending conferences is always a mixed bag. Online Facilitation, Twitter, Backchannel and Keynotes - Full Circle , February 24, 2010 The topic was “ Online Facilitation: 14 years on. References on Lurking | Full Circle Associates - Full Circle , March 28, 2010 First, is an old discussion summary from the Online Facilitation list from 2003, compiled by Chris Lang which still has value to me.

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Trending Sources

Weird recursion

Learning with e's

Although arguably, this incident alone may not have lost him the general election, it severely damaged his reputation and standing amongst the electorate. Brian Kelly has posted a fascinating analysis of the success of my slideshow 'Web 3.0 - the way forward?'.

Top five tips for writing an effective, engaging compliance course

Spicy Learning

Compliance training has a bad reputation for being little more than a box-ticking exercise. But here at Saffron we believe it’s absolutely possible to create effective, engaging training that achieves both competence and compliance. Read on for our top five tips for breaking the mould and delivering gold standard compliance training every time. Keep it positive. Avoid the temptation to instruct your learners in what they must and must not do.

How creative is your environment?

The eLearning Coach

Yet among some learner groups, online learning has a reputation for being boring and dull. I’ve worked with numerous design and development teams over the years and one noticeable characteristic of these teams was their creativity.

10 Reasons Why You Should Pay For Stock Photos

The eLearning Coach

You don’t have to deal with this headache on a reputable stock photo site. Stock photos and illustrations won’t solve all your graphic needs but there are a lot of uses for them in online learning.

January 2010 Informal Learning Hotlist

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Top Informal Learning links for the first month of 2010. Protecting Reputations Online in Plain English - Common Craft – Explanations In Plain English - , January 6, 2010. A Few Thoughts on the Nexus One - OReilly Radar , January 5, 2010. Networking Reconsidered - , January 4, 2010. Tonight On CrunchGear: Live At CES - TechCrunch , January 7, 2010. The opposite of “open” is “theirs” - Joho the Blog , January 14, 2010.

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Open for use?

Learning with e's

I wan to challenge some of the deep seated ideas such as pay wall publishing and closed knowledge systems that are so redolent of the Ivory Tower reputation academia has nurtured over the past few centuries. Open for use? View more presentations from Steve Wheeler.

What’s Happening with OLIVE? Find Out.

Kapp Notes

2) SAIC was purchased back in Feb, 2010. Since SAIC acquired OLIVE in February 2010, we have released two new software versions and launched new perpetual software licenses and hosting services in July. Checkpoint Training in a 3D environment of OLIVE.

Towards Maturity 2015 benchmark shows just how much we've got stuck

Clive on Learning

Since TM became independent of government in 2010, they have broadened their focus considerably to offer a truly international service across 50 countries worldwide and to move beyond the confines of learning technology to promote a whole new approach to workplace learning.

Honest football

E-Learning Provocateur

We all know football is about perception, so let’s build our own reputation for clean play. As Australia bows out of the World Cup, please forgive my first‑ever off‑topic post… As usual, the Socceroo journey was characterised by adversity.

Social Media’s Impact on Workplace Communication & Learning


Winning new clients or building your professional reputation, LinkedIn connects you to your peers, and ideal business partners.’ Social Media is here to stay. No point debating that. It’s utilization in the workplace – now that’s debatable. So we put this debate forward to our fellow G-Cubians and got some interesting viewpoints. Social Networking surely has its benefits. Making connections and building relationships comes with any corporate position.

Homo Competens – learning, doing, sharing

Clive on Learning

You are building reputation. I met Bert de Coutere at Online Educa in December. He chaired the Battle of the Bloggers in which I participated. Recently Bert sent me a copy of his intriguingly titled Homo Competens (Beta Book, 2009), an exploration of competence and how humans acquire this. I only got so far as page 31, when I encountered the following analysis by Bert of the stages in the building of competence: Learning If you are mainly learning, you are an apprentice.

Harvard ManageMentor goes social

Clive on Learning

The content is associated with particular authors of repute. I bumped into Martin Baker from LM Matters at the excellent Learning Pool Public Sector Learning Conference this week. and, as UK partner to Harvard Business School Publishing (HBSP), he told me about the improvements which being made to their ManageMentor suite.

Building learning organizations require a paradigm shift!

ID Reflections

Training gets a bad reputation. We are in the performance business , not the knowledge -gain business. The learning leaders who understand the difference are the ones who succeed. Lead with a performance strategy , not a learning strategy. For far too long we have designed learning approaches to every problem.

Is who more important than what?

Spark Your Interest

There was information everywhere, but I found I was mentally filtering, to some degree based on the source’s reputation/reliability. I was struck today by the thought that in many organizations, the emphasis is on collecting, codifying and disseminating information. Yet, we are also all overwhelmed by information.


Alan Bellinger's magic numbers

Clive on Learning

In other words, if the risk - a fire, a law suit, a loss of reputation, a loss of vital data, or whatever - was to occur, what would it cost the organisation? In a discussion we were having about how to measure the value of learning, Julie Wedgwood recommended me to Alan Bellinger's 'Magic Numbers'. As Alan is a long-standing colleague of mine from the Institute of IT Training and he had packaged up his advice so intriguingly, I had to take a look.


What Can We Learn From Toyota?

The Peformance Improvement

This company, that for the past two decades has been the benchmark for quality, has suddenly had severe damage done to its worldwide reputation and probably to its market share. What can we learn from Toyota’s fall from grace? Toyota seemed to be doing everything right in terms of high performance. Employees were taught “ The Toyota Way ”, a set of efficiency and quality principles that has been the envy of competitors and now is being adapted to a variety of different industries.

Product Review: Mzinga OmniSocial

eLearning 24-7

User reputation. I’m on my way to get a car that enables me to launch a robust social learning system. Of course, my biggest challenge is to find something that can really meet my needs now and then in the years to come, especially in today’s economy. I get to the lot, avoid the salespeople who come out of nowhere to chase me down and spot a shiny ultra hip vehicle. What is it? I say to myself. It looks like nothing I have seen before on the streets.

How professionals learn

Clive on Learning

They like to network with other professionals of similar or greater reputation. Viv Cole drew my attention on his From the Coleface blog to an interesting article by Des Woods and Henry Marsden published recently in the UK's Training Journal called How Professionals Learn (sorry, but you'll have to pay for the download). Woods and Marsden focused their article on senior staff working in professional service firms (accountants, lawyers, etc.),

eLearning Cyclops: Heading to #DevLearn

eLearning Cyclops

This is my first visit to the conference, but I have known of its reputation as a fantastic conference and enviously followed last years back channel on Twitter. ► 2010. (35). Reflecting on My 2010 Blog Posts and Happy New Yea. eLearning Cyclops. My insights on elearning and mlearning. Pages. Free eLearning. Cloud Apps. About Me. Privacy Policy. Sunday, October 30, 2011. Heading to #DevLearn.

How to Solve PowerPoint’s 3 Biggest Problems With Presentations


After 10+ years of salvaging presentations (and professional reputations) I thought it was time to compile some answers for three of the most universally puzzling PowerPoint problems: 1. Being a PowerPoint geek can be a blessing and a curse.

Higher^2 Education

Clark Quinn

Small elements, like recognizing that the overall quality of teaching impacts an institution’s reputation, that devolving responsibility to domains will undermine a unified effort, that a systemic consideration of learning technology provides efficiencies as well as opportunities for effectiveness, etc. I have just been at my first WCET conference, which is focused on higher ed distance eLearning.

In memory of Hanif Sazen | Good To Great

Good To Great

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Overcoming Gen-Y Bias

CLO Magazine

A myriad of articles have been written about how to manage Gen-Y, as we seem to have earned a poor reputation in the workplace. Meanwhile, not a lot of attention has been focused on how Gen-Yers can better integrate into the workforce. The greatest difference among our currently living generations is mostly due to the gap created by growing up with the Internet. However, technology is not necessarily the solution that will create harmony between generations.

Social Learning in the 6th grade


Skip to content Follow: RSS Twitter LearnNuggets Nuggets of Learning Stuff Home About Resources Tags social learning , tween Social Learning in the 6th grade by Kevin on January 19th, 2010 It’s been September of 2009 since I last posted. Search Copyright © 2010 LearnNuggets.

May – June 15 Great Ones

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

May 1, 2010 to June 14, 2010. 12 Things Good Bosses Believe - , May 28, 2010. OReilly Radar , June 2, 2010. 10 techniques to massively increase retention - Donald Clark Plan B , May 28, 2010. Wikipedia – Explained By Common Craft - Common Craft – Explanations In Plain English - , May 25, 2010. Performance Learning Productivity , May 28, 2010. How (and Why) to Stop Multitasking - , May 20, 2010.

How to Build Executive Alliances

CLO Magazine

Moving created a reputation for me, a reputation of caring,” he said. Last year Ernst & Young studied the linkages between the survey conducted in 2009 with 2009 and 2010 financial, operational and brand measures for all organizational units.

Three steps to compliance greatness | Good To Great

Good To Great

For instance, how many learners do you think will really care about the potential reputational damage or a fine that’s unlikely to directly impact them?)

Web feats 7: Videosharing

Learning with e's

If you can get around the school firewall (many schools block videosharing services) here are some things to consider: YouTube in particular has a reputation as a breeding ground for abuse, and seems to attract its fair share of mindless idiots.

Top 40 eLearning Articles and 5 Hot Topics for Early March

eLearning Learning Posts

March 1, 2010 to March 14, 2010. Nine Information Alternatives to the Now Defunct Training Magazine - Kapp Notes , March 2, 2010 Unfortunately, Training Magazine is folding up shop on its web site, print magazine and conferences. Constructivism in Workplace Learning and Development - The E-Learning Curve , March 10, 2010 Constructivist-based workplace learning and development addresses the demands of the real world. Moodle and iPhone update: the movie , March 8, 2010.

The 12 Days of Screencasting - On the Ninth Day.

Visual Lounge

If appropriate use PiP to connect with your viewers to establish trust and build your reputation. We have just a few days left in our "12 days of Screencasting" series.

What if they threw a party and none of us came?

Learning with e's

I can see their point, as increasingly, I am publishing my ideas and research up here on this blog, so everyone can see it and access it freely, rather than waiting for it to be published in a reputable peer reviewed journal a year or so down the road, when it is out of date.

Internet Time Lab

Jay Cross

I know Jay Cross (@jaycross) by reputation and though we exchanged a little bit at DevLearn 2009, I wouldn’t say I knew him well. The Internet Time Lab is a space for exploring new frontiers and thinking big.

True or False? Using True-False Quiz Questions is a Total Cop Out


However, our tendency to save writing quiz questions until the end is one of the biggest factors contributing to the bad reputation of T/F questions. Writing solid, results-oriented quizzes is, in my opinion, one of the biggest challenges of training design.

Saffron organises social media workshop for charities

Spicy Learning

Saffron is striving to change this by organising a social media workshop in collaboration with the not for profit partnership Time &Talents, the reputation management consultancy ReputationInc and Whizz-Kidz, a charity for disabled young people. Taking place on Thursday 29 July 2010, the workshop has been designed to help charity and community organisations overcome the challenges they face with social media and to learn more about using the various platforms to enhance their services.