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Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

Branon Learning Management System App Stores Bob Little Apps, Not Courses Inge de Waard Augmented reality moves towards augmented learning with easy tools: Wikitude , Layar , ARToolKit. With the growth of Facebook Like buttons, there are all sorts of new social signals going on.

Bob Little – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

In reality this has been part of mainstream working practice for many knowledge workers since the 1990s. The parallel concept of Bring Your Own Content (BYOC) has also been suggested and, as mobile devices – smartphones and tablets – have circumvented corporate firewalls, the ability for learners to source, select and consume their own learning materials when and where they choose is becoming a reality.

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Top 70 eLearning Articles - Hot Topics: iPad Adobe Captivate - July 2010

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57% of respondents use Facebook Mobile. Role Shift - Learning and Working on the Web , July 5, 2010 The last time I looked at roles in education I was inspired by Anil Mammen to create a table based on his definitions. Knowledge transfer at its most basic.

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Top 74 eLearning Posts from September 2010

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Four roles for social media in workplace learning - Clive on Learning , September 28, 2010 I write this as I travel to Birmingham to participate in a panel discussion with Nick Shackleton-Jones and Robin Hoyle on the role of social media in learning. Capabilities to push quiz on Twitter and Facebook. Knowledge Management Contexts: Peter Drucker is a post from: E-Learning Curve Blog. Best of eLearning Learning in September 2010.

Multi-Generational Learning in the Workplace

Janet Clarey

Google, Google Scholar, and Wikipedia for homework, the school’s VLE/LMS, instant message, text, profile on a social networking service like Facebook or MySpace.). Because I watch YouTube videos, have a Facebook, and text doesn’t mean I expect you to use those to train me at work). The “younger” generation does not have a high level of use of collaborative knowledge creation tools (“2.0”) and don’t adopt radically different patterns of knowledge creation and sharing.