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The Digital Disruption of Corporate Learning

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In this article, I will be discussing how the corporate learning is witnessing a new digital wave and the way it is causing disruption.

Microsoft Brings Back Free Clip Art…Sort Of

Rapid eLearning

If you’re using Word, Excel or PowerPoint, press Insert > My Add-ins. Press Refresh to update the list. July 26 & 27 (Boston, MA). Check out these articles and free resources in the community.

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Horizontal vs vertical development?

Learning Wire

2] Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow Lahey, Immunity to Change , Boston: Harvard Business Press, 2009, p. Cet article Horizontal vs vertical development? Companies train to develop their staff. They want to produce more effective, better, employees; better for the company, better for the employees. Company training aims at two types of development; horizontal development (the skills to do the job) and vertical development (how to function at increasing levels of authority).

How Avaya Built Its Own Version of Khan Academy

Visual Lounge

This is important as we made sure we always dual-published all YouTube videos to the standard knowledge base by embedding the YouTube video in an article. But perhaps the most interesting metric is that we are seeing significantly more views per article than Avaya’s text-based articles.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: The Corporate Moodle: A Tipping Point?

Learning Visions

I wanted to comment that, overall, we're facing the same problems as Moodle (in terms of marketing free software) except two: - we are not as popular (obviously, this article is just one of the thousands of examples) - we are just now developing hosting-only packages of Dokeos which contain specific additions for the corporate market (and of little use for other markets). Interesting article on open source and the enterprise.

Can we afford to ignore learner perceptions?

Learning with e's

In the book Gibson proposed his top-down model of perception, and developed the idea of affordances which he had earlier proposed in an article in 1977 entitled 'Theory of Affordances'. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Norman, D. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. When the psychologist James J.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Foucault, Control and the LMS

Mark Oehlert

This keyed in with another article I had been reading about Jonathan Lethem and copyright and even a conversation via post&comments that I had been following on Will Richardson and Dave Cormiers blogs respectively about a new degree being offered by the University of Michigan in Social Computing.