2009 Predictions How Did I Do?

Tony Karrer

But the reality was more than that as I explored in posts like Business of Learning and Models for Learning Questions. The second half of the prediction “self directed learning” got less attention during the year than I anticipated, but it was there and certainly was a big part of the discussion around social and informal learning. At the same time, organizations who try to create big eLearning 2.0 2009 is going to be a big year for this issue.

Using Just in Time Training for Active Learning in The Workplace


It refers to only using effort when it’s needed, instead of ahead of time. One that recognizes that people in different roles don’t need to learn the same skills, or access the exact same information, at the same time. Instead of storing that information long-term, you’re accessing it when precisely you need to use it. Modern learners expect information to be available at their fingertips, the way it is in their personal lives.


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Top 10 eLearning Predictions for 2010

Tony Karrer

And probably will get some more ideas from the Big Question - Predictions and Plans for 2010. I somewhat wonder how much of that is true barriers as opposed to perceived barriers, and a recent HBR item talked about Hacking Work : When a 12-year-old can gather information faster, process it more efficiently, reference more diverse professionals, and get volunteer guidance from better sources than you can at work, how can you pretend to be competitive?

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Another thougtful refutation to Keens money-grubbing argument.

Mark Oehlert

Anyway, from the Institute from the Future of the Book , comes this great post which cites Alexander Popes 1738 poem, which outlines kind of an early information overload. " September 06, 2007 in Learning/Web 2.0 | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Another thougtful refutation to Keens money-grubbing argument.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Virtual Currency for Your Email

Mark Oehlert

From the site : " creates a virtual economy for enterprise collaboration and a solutionto information overload. The catch was though that if you wanted to ask a question, you had to attach a value (points) to it - the more points, the better your chance of a good answer.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): If there are Digital Natives does that mean there is no Digital Ellis Island?

Mark Oehlert

This information will help us make recommendationsto educators and legislators in a way that supports young people andharnesses the exciting possibilities their digital fluency presents." " Some of the topics that the research will seek to address include: Digital Information Overload, Digital Information Quality, Digital Opportunities Digital Education, Digital Identity, Digital Creativity.