Why Open Content is Not Yet Adopted in the Workplace

Kapp Notes

ASTD's Big Question for March is How do we leverage open content in workplace learning? A quick definition from the article: The term "open educational resources" was first adopted at UNESCO's 2002 Forum on the Impact of Open Courseware for Higher Education in Developing Countries funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. OERs include learning content as well as tools to create and share the content. Tags: ASTD Big Question

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Top 40 eLearning Articles and 5 Hot Topics for Early March

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And it’s nice to see that in the hot topics, the Big Question has had an influence. eLearning Technology , March 9, 2010 As part of the Big Question this month Open Content in Workplace Learning? , ADDIE and the 5 Rules of Zen - Big Dog, Little Dog , March 8, 2010 While ADDIE or ISD might look like an overblown, time-wasting toolkit, we need to realize that we do not need every tool within that kit. Educational Games are a BIG SCAM! OER (9).

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Top 74 eLearning Posts from September 2010

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Voice Over in e-Learning, Sometimes - MinuteBio , September 12, 2010 September’s Big Question over at the Learning Circuits Blog is regarding use of voice-over in e-learning. The question addresses numerous topics regarding the use of audio. statement by Wendy Drexler in her paper prompted this question. Reusing eLearning material (OER) from other sources or not, asks UNESCO. concerning OER. Questions that crossed my mind were: 1.

195 posts about MOOCs

Jay Cross

And I should hear note that I’m posting this in order to: (1) recommend Siva’s article, and (2) make an obvious point about MOOCs. Five Key Questions STEPHEN DOWNES: HALF AN HOUR | THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 2011. s Top articles on Working Smarter JAY CROSS | FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2012.

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Learning Styles and Visualization

Mark Oehlert

While the original article in the Telegraph is interesting, I heartily recommend heading over to the post that Stephen Downes did on this and read the comments. Ive been tinkering with Many Eyes over the last couple of weeks as a way of exploring potential visual navigation tools/interfaces for Open University courses and qualifications, and OpenLearn OERs/course units: [link] and search for "many eyes". The Big Question. e-Clippings (Learning As Art).