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Top 113 eLearning Posts and 28 Hottest Topics for 2010

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Twitter for Learning – 55 Great Articles - eLearning Technology , March 24, 2010. Wikis and Learning – 60 Resources - eLearning Technology , July 13, 2010. Here’s how I’m approaching Personal Knowledge Management - Free as in Freedom , January 25, 2010. Teaching Online Courses – 60 Great Resources - eLearning Technology , October 25, 2010. Top 10 eLearning Predictions for 2010 - eLearning Technology , January 18, 2010. Management (2039).

eLearning Learning - Best of June 2009

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Business of Learning - eLearning Technology , June 15, 2009. Google Wave as a Learning Tool - Learning and Technology , June 12, 2009. Expert Level Answers via Social Networks - eLearning Technology , June 8, 2009. eLearning Technology , June 3, 2009. Individual Value Required - eLearning Technology , June 11, 2009. Collaboration - Knowledge Management - Expert - Hot List - eLearning Technology , June 9, 2009. eLearning Learning Hot List.

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Top 74 eLearning Posts from September 2010

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Let us address the technology aspect. Text-to-Speech vs Human Narration for eLearning - eLearning Technology , September 14, 2010 Some challenging questions are being raised in this month’s Big Question - Voice Over in eLearning. JSB on the roots of informal learning - Internet Time , September 5, 2010 Informal Learning begins with these words: “THIS IS A BOOK about knowledge workers, twenty-first-century business, and informal learning. Management (147).

Top 68 eLearning Posts from April - Hot Topics iPad Google Buzz

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Adoption Council , founded by Susan Scrupski. Social Learning Tools Should Not be Separate from Enterprise 2.0 - eLearning Technology , April 7, 2010 With the recent launch of InGenius by SkillSoft, I believe it’s time again to raise a pretty important question: Where do Social Learning Tools belong? If there was a perfect assessment system, someone could just prove what they know, regardless of how they gained the knowledge. How do you get them to share their knowledge?