e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Article comparing new Mash-Up tools (Popfly, Pipes, Google) - thanks Sam Adkins

Mark Oehlert

» June 03, 2007 Article comparing new Mash-Up tools (Popfly, Pipes, Google) - thanks Sam Adkins Sam Adkins at Ambient Insight passed along a link to a post on the Social Strategist that I just reading through now but which does a compare and contrast between some of the emerging tools for creating mash-ups. e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Here at ASTD.first session reviews.Ruth Clark and Tony Karrer.

iPad & eBooks: A Game Changer for Blended Learning

Xyleme

Home > Single Source , Standards > iPad & eBooks: A Game Changer for Blended Learning iPad & eBooks: A Game Changer for Blended Learning March 25th, 2010 Goto comments Leave a comment I was on Nigel Paine’s blog on Friday when I saw and commented on his post The Mash-up Begins. Home About Podcasts Videos Xyleme Inc.

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In response to: Why “Talk” Culture Ruins Everything

ID Reflections

And the scary part of "cherry picking" ideas and creating mash-ups from these were driven home once again. de-contextualize snippets of conversations, texts, dialogues heard, reassemble the various bits and pieces, add our thoughts and pass on the new "mash-up" till it has lost all resemblance to the source. We are also wired to listen to and pick up those bits and pieces that are in synch with our ideas. It is then ours and no longer mash-ups.

10 Ways To Learn In 2010

The eLearning Coach

Look for words of interest and then search for those articles or pages. Janet Clarey compared two articles from this site using word clouds. Scrapplet uses a drag and drop approach for mashing up content, particularly from social media sites. Buzz up! Tags: RECENT ARTICLES eLEARNING 2.0 There are so many cool ways to learn online now. The whole world is a school.

2007 - Year of Enterprise Mashups?

Tony Karrer

I just saw an article/post by Dion Hinchcliffe - Enterprise mashups get ready for prime-time. In it, he talks about various tools that are coming forward as a means to be able to pull applications together using mash-ups. I saw IBM's tool when I was moderating a Web 2.0 event in Los Angeles. It reminded me of Visual Basic in the early days.

Reaction to IMS Learning Impact 2012 Conference

Xyleme

With the ability to easily create learning applications that seamlessly mash-up the best content, and with the tools available, it is no wonder that some innovative vendors have already seized on this new opportunity. The core to this concept is having a repository of granular learning assets aligned to the standards from which a teacher can mash-up and select from, to individualize the instruction.

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Incredibly Cool! Vision of Future of Application and eLearning Development

Tony Karrer

Now go visit my previous article: Authoring in eLearning 2.0 / Add-ins & Mash-ups. Last week I moderated an event on Web 2.0 where we had speakers from IBM, Google, Microsoft, Sony and others talking about what it really means (especially for corporations). One of the most interesting things was the Enterprise Mashup demonstration by Rod Smith at IBM. He basically showed how a business-user would be able to wire together an application.

Why Your Organization Needs Collaborative Learning

NovoEd

In organizations with potentially thousands of employees on multiple continents, NovoEd’s collaborative learning can mean virtual instructor-led workshops, self-study sessions with articles and videos, peer feedback, group discussions, and a final project — all of it handled online on mobile, laptop or desktop devices instead of in costly, time-consuming in-person meetings or workshops. More Than One Way up the Mountain.

Content as a Service

Xyleme

As instructional designers, we create our learning products, package them up with all the content and media, wish them well, and ship them off to the LMS’s – never to be seen again. And the possibilities for highly specialized apps for learning, performance support, and content mash-ups is nearly unlimited. Mash-ups and on-demand publishing. This includes your eLearning modules, PDFs, movies, podcasts, articles, etc.

Learning space mashups

Learning with e's

The open access article I mentioned in yesterday's blogpost Access all areas has been published online, exactly 12 days from the date I submitted it. Apparently it was blind reviewed by up to 5 reviewers, so it would seem that the review process is more rigorous than many other journals I have published with. The journal is so new it looks as if my article is the first to be published in it. tools are mashed up within the same space.

Prepare the future of Learning for the Genz

Learning Wire

This is due to the social context in which they are growing up. They are growing up as more than passive consumers of media. For example, my daughter has set up a Finsta account. They are also growing up while the Internet of Things is changing how we live. Since they grew up with highly engaging games, their brains are wired for rich, stimulating learning experiences. Who are these people?

Future Platforms for eLearning

Tony Karrer

The recent article by Dion Hinchcliffe - Blogs, wikis, and Web 2.0 This looks very much like what Dion is talking about in his article, but he takes it a step further by defining it as an architecture for development. This is somewhat like Authoring in eLearning 2.0 / Add-ins & Mash-ups and Typepad Widgets - A Sign of Things to Come in eLearning Authoring / Developement.

Remix culture and education

Learning with 'e's

Sometimes several works are combined or 'mashed up' to create new versions. This article tells us why the remix culture is such an important movement because 'all cultural artefacts are open to re-appropriation' when the meaning ascribed to objects is transient. In my last blog post I illustrated a new model of digital literacies in the context of age of remix. Since then, several have asked me what I mean by remix culture, and how it applies to education.

Can You Take the Heat?

CLO Magazine

The debate about global warming still rages, but few of us would argue against the idea that things seem to be heating up, and it is affecting everyone’s behavior. An article in the June 30 issue of Science News reported, “Worldwide — on land, in the sea and in rivers, streams and lakes — wildlife is responding to rising temperatures.”

Managing Learning?

Charles Jennings

Donald Taylor recently published an article titled ‘ What does ‘LMS’ mean today ?’. Keeping the CEO out of Jail In his article Donald quotes Andy Wooler, Academy Technology Manager at Hitachi Data Systems Academy, as saying: “LMS too often stands for Litigation Mitigation Service.” In the past that strategy provided a more robust defence than it does now (see an earlier article about compliance training for a discussion on that issue).

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HRExaminer

Jay Cross

Here’s a self-serving article from HRExaminer – written before I joined the Advisory Board. Cross mashes up his considerable experience in training, business consulting and web 2.0 Article continues here. I am pleased to note that I have been named a founding member of the Editorial Advisory Board of HRExaminer. Check out our weekly magazine for a brilliant take on talent management and HR.

First Time Visitor Guide

Tony Karrer

The author(s) have been writing individual articles for months or years. This is my attempt to help you get a sense of topics of my blog and find some of the more interesting past articles. Once we've interacted to some level, you might consider linking up with my via LinkedIn - I found this to be a good way to stay connected with people. Start-Up Guides Personal and Group Learning Using Web 2.0

Guide 101

Top 5 Talking Points from 2013 #LSCon

Unicorn Training

Security is a big issue in the corporate world and I picked up some useful pointers, although no definitive answers. As XAPI is taken up and evolves, so more verbs will be added. For our industry, as XAPI goes beyond SCORM tracking of eLearning to the potential tracking and reporting on a wide range of learning activities, so “Anna watched a video, read an article, attended a seminar, commented on a blog” etc. What does the future hold for learning?

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Commonly Used Training Evaluations Models: A Discussion with Dr. Will Thalheimer

Convergence Training

Convergence Training: I’m sure people will be like sponging that up. And last year, I thought I would capture maybe 15 to 20 of these, but I came up with 54. And if you’re interested in that, you can read an article that I wrote, sort of a little piece of investigative journalism, if you will. Here’s Will’s article on the origins of the “ Kirkpatrick-Katzell Four-Level Training Evaluation Model.” They’re all mashed together.

Top 60 eLearning Posts for October 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

4 Free Tools to Help Get Your PowerPoint from Good to Great , October 21, 2010 Continuing the recent trend of PowerPoint in the news , I stumbled upon an article in USA Today that provided some tips and advice for designing more engaging presentations. A day with Dave Snowden , October 26, 2010 Dave Snowden is a compelling storyteller, mad genius, and irascible Welshman who has pioneered the mash-up of complexity theory and management practice. Open up the Navigation.

2008 2009

Tony Karrer

Top 2008 Posts based on Read Counts: 100 eLearning Articles and White Papers Free - Web 2.0 Applications in Learning Learn Trends 2008 Top Posts of 2008 based on delicious Save Count (which I believe is a better indicator of quality): 100 eLearning Articles and White Papers (149) Ten Predictions for eLearning 2008 (39) Second Life Learning Videos (38) Personal Learning Tools and Technologies (38) Corporate Policies on Web 2.0 (37) This lines up with what I predicted in 2008.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Here at ASTD.first session reviews.Ruth Clark and Tony Karrer.

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Edu-Gaming in the latest Escapist | Main | Article comparing new Mash-Up tools (Popfly, Pipes, Google) - thanks Sam Adkins » June 03, 2007 Here at ASTD.first session reviews.Ruth Clark and Tony Karrer.

A day with Dave Snowden

Jay Cross

Dave Snowden is a compelling storyteller, mad genius, and irascible Welshman who has pioneered the mash-up of complexity theory and management practice. Came up with 13 experiments, such things as bussing people to collective eating spots, teaching hunters how to deal with other tribes’ animals etc.parallels for corporations. Dave has set up system where shoppers in 250 stores try the product and tell their stories. End up with agile framework.

2008 in retrospect

Jay Cross

I’m closing the chapter on 2008 and gearing up for 2009 and beyond. Marc Rosenberg, Allison Rossett, Barbara Pellow, and I led Up to Speed, an event in NYC for Mimeo. An article I prepared for the event kicks off the book of proceedings: „Selbstorganisiertes Lernen mit E-Learning. Posted my first video mash-up to YouTube. Looking back, I see lots of smoke but little fire.

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