Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

April's Big Question from Learning Circuits is "How to Keep up?" However, being involved in an e-learning community is a big help. For me it is a blog community and following many experts on Twitter. Many of the blogs I follow are part of the eLearningLearning community. This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools.

Learning Campaigns: Driving Engagement and Performance Improvement – Part 3

Fort Hill Company

It happens in-person through conversations, meetings, programs and events, as well as online via social media outlets like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn, and on collaboration technology like Yammer, Jive and 70-20®. The big question now is: Can we improve the quality and frequency of social learning interactions with campaigns compared to social learning exhibited in standalone challenges?

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GE TV: Elliott Masie on the Future of Learning Technologies

Growth Engineering

1:10) So without further ado, let’s kick off with the first questions. 3:06) Fantastic, I feel like I have loads of questions that I’d like to dig deeper in, but I need to move on and ask you about gamification. What excites me about gamification, and our friend Karl Kapp is a big advocate, is the idea that you can take a game element and wrap it, or weave it, or Velcro it, to a learning activity without having to build out a million-dollar game. 23:56) Question number six.

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How to Coach with Tammy Gooler Loeb

LifterLMS

When coaching, it is important to ask questions that do not elicit a yes or no response. Rather a question that would elicit someone’s thinking and reflectiveness. Tammy has assembled a resource she shares in this episode with a list of questions that serve to navigate through a relationship with a client you’re coaching. Don’t question it. And people, there’s a big underemployment problem. That’s pretty big. Big differences.