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. This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools. For me it is a blog community and following many experts on Twitter. Not only am I often made aware of new tools, but also get opinions, tips, and examples of their use.

Show Me the Examples! ASTD Big Question for June

Kapp Notes

This month the question is "Where are the Examples of eLearning?" Clark Aldrich's blog entry for the big question has a great list of games and simulations that you need to check out. Podcast I consider e-learning podcasts e-learning and I know Mark Frank would agree with me on podcasts as e-learning as he wrote about it in his entry, Two examples of eLearning.

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Memory, Reconsolidation and Big Questions.

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « 100,000 iPhone SDK Downloads in First Four Days | Main | Daily Quote/Lyric/Words of Others » March 20, 2008 Memory, Reconsolidation and Big Questions. I am a big fan of big questions. I love the Learning Circuits Blog Big Question of the Month (BQOTM) and think that it has really spurred some insightful discussions that might not have occurred otherwise.

December's BIG QUESTION!!! Part I

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

I've been planning my year in review post and just noticed THE BIG QUESTION. Podcasting, videocasting, Corporate YouTube, Tagging, folksonomies vs. taxonomies, social networking, are a few of the elements that make up the new ecosystem we called Learning2.0. Stay tuned for my response to Part II and III of THE BIG QUESTION What will you remember most about 2006? 2006 has been a GREAT year!

The Future of Workplace Learning

Upside Learning

This month’s Big Question from the Learning Circuits blog asks: If you peer inside an organization in 10 years time and you look at how workplace learning is being supported by that organization, what will you see? …. To respond to the Big Question, I put on my futurist glasses, set them to 10 years forward, and this is what I see: 1. Tags: Future Learning LC Big Question Future Learning Circuits Trends Workplace Learning

Everything Gets Easier When You Know Who Your Ideal Client Is with Agency Operator and Podcaster Jason Resnick

LifterLMS

Learn how everything gets easier when you know who your ideal client is with agency operator and podcaster Jason Resnick in this episode of the LMScast podcast hosted by Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. You can find his podcast over at Rezzz.com if you’re interested in checking that out.

eLearning Cyclops: A Priest, A Rabbi and an Instructional Designer.

eLearning Cyclops

The Learning Circuits Big Question is how do we address the "I want it now" demand from stakeholders. Captivate demos, Screenr videos, podcasts, webinars, and/or other quick to develop online materials. If you do need to make big compromises, remember those same stakeholders that say they want it now may also be quick to come back at you with something like, "Your training was ineffective. Labels: Big Question , Big_Question , e-Learning , ISD.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Ive got to create a podcast on how to podcast.got any great resources?

Mark Oehlert

Main | Bad Words and Politics: Politweets and Twittertale » January 29, 2008 Ive got to create a podcast on how to podcast.got any great resources? So I have to create a podcast (for work) that will serve as an intro for folks within my organization as they start to learn how to podcast and how to think about podcasting. Comments Hi Mark, Have you heard of the Podcasting for Dummies Podcast? It is a companion to the Podcasting for Dummies book.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): A Collection of Top Ten Lists / Predictions Posts (feel free to add your own!)

Mark Oehlert

Im a big collector of these.please feel free to add your own favorites in the comments section. The first stop MUST be the Learning Circuits Blog "Big Question" The top Enterprise Web 2.0 Winer, who helped create the Web standards for podcasting, blogging and RSS is well known for writing or saying snarky things ranging from people to products."

Learning at Large Ep6: Measuring the effectiveness of human-centred learning

Elucidat

Subscribe to Learning at Large: Or search for “Learning at Large” on your podcast player of choice. Podcast Transcript. ” @shackletonjones on the Learning at Large podcast #podcast #learning. So, you know, those are two big things I’m very proud of. Nick: [ 04:54 ] There’s only one kind of proper answer to that question, and the answer to the question is another question: Who’s measuring performance?

January BIG QUESTION.a little late

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

The January Big Question is Quality vs. Speed. Or at least right about the part of the question that is part of their reality. have a question) and I IM a friend who IMs an answer that solves my problem, or satifies my need, then I have had a RAPID, HIGH QUALITY learning moment. What about the big stuff like, "I want to be a fireman." My basic point: It's an old question trying to answer old problems applying new tools to old systems.

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Help Needed: Long Car Ride Ahead and I Want to Load Up on the Best Podcasts

Mark Oehlert

Help Support Drowning Prevention (and looking for some local San Fran help) | Main | "Listening for Learning" (IT Conversations) » April 26, 2007 Help Needed: Long Car Ride Ahead and I Want to Load Up on the Best Podcasts So me and the MINI have to hit the road tomorrow for a total of somewhere between 6-8 hours (3-4 each way). need to pack up my little iPod with some great podcasts and figured you all would know some amazing ones.

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Recent Podcasts from Harvard and Wesley Freyer on Innovation, Learning Orgs and IP

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « The World Continues to Get Spikier, not Flatter | Main | Netvibes Ginger - Promote on Blog Feature test » March 06, 2008 Recent Podcasts from Harvard and Wesley Freyer on Innovation, Learning Orgs and IP HBR IdeaCast 80: Where Does Strategic Innovation Come From?

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Now this is how it is supposed to work!

Mark Oehlert

Dan Bricklin has posted a podcast that he did with TobyRedshaw, corporate VP of Motorola. The podcast is about the use of blogs and wikis within Motorola. e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Jokes, Conspiracy and Resources | Main | Stories, Games and Sticks » April 03, 2007 Now this is how it is supposed to work!

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "Listening for Learning" (IT Conversations)

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Help Needed: Long Car Ride Ahead and I Want to Load Up on the Best Podcasts | Main | "New JKO Portal to Offer Joint Online Training" (Defense Link News) » April 28, 2007 "Listening for Learning" (IT Conversations) Whew. Deep knowledge comes through reading, but audio, especially when you can ask questions, is usually the best way to learn about something new.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "The Core of Fun" (Raph Koster via IT Conversations)

Mark Oehlert

» March 12, 2008 "The Core of Fun" (Raph Koster via IT Conversations) Why I just found this podcast , I dont know (it was recorded a year ago). e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « "Seven Strategies for Implementing a Successful Corporate Wiki" (Industry Week) | Main | Look! A teacher using stories to teach!

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So, What I Have Learned About Learning?

eLearning Cyclops

December's Big Questions from the Learning Circuits Blog is "What I have learned About Learning in 2008?" It is very rare that I am able to attend conferences or workshops, but I take full advantage of webinars, blogs, user groups, networking sites, and my personal favorite, video podcasts. The beauty, and challenge, of working in the e-learning field is the constantly changing environment.

To-Learn Lists

Clark Quinn

This month’s Learning Circuit’s Big Question is on: To-Learn Lists. Great line from Michael Hanley I would categorize myself as a "learnivore" - I continually acquire new knowledge and information through my Web-, book-, podcast-, and presentation reading, blogging (reading and writing), academic study and research, and work-based learning-related tasks. The results this far have been really interesting to me.

Elearning innovation: examples, tips and technology

Elucidat

Podcasts and blogs. Tune into the podcast where learning leaders share all. An easy and convenient way to stay on top of new trends is through industry specific podcasts. Take Elucidat’s new podcast as an example, Learning at Large. Learning at Large is the podcast where business leaders talk high-impact learning at scale: challenges, innovations and the future. What big challenges are they facing? Inspiration can be hard to find.

WordPress Learning Management System Website Accessibility with Susan Wheeler-Hall

LifterLMS

We discuss building WordPress learning management system website accessibility with Susan Wheeler-Hall in this episode of the LMScast podcast hosted by Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. To learn more about Susan Wheeler-Hall be sure to check out her podcast at SusanWheelerHall.com and her courses at LifeSmarts.ca. LMScast is the number-one podcast for course creators just like you. Susan: Sure, that was a big question. I’m a big fan of the giveaway.

Interview: Sheryl Plouffe – Use of Video in Learning and Development

Petra Mayer

So for people who are so marketing, and listen, I am a big Prince fan. I’m a big fan of Restream. Because then they can ask questions in real time. And so their questions answered in real time. And it’s always a big debate and a big question.

Converting Classroom Training to Elearning

The Learning Dispatch

I’m also a big fan of these trainings can actually be very entertaining and engaging. Kevin Gumienny: Oh, that’s a really good question, Because we want to take a look at instructor-led training, and a lot of people sort of look at this, I think maybe a little bit less so now, but certainly earlier the idea was, “Hey, I’ve got a PowerPoint deck that I go through in my training. Brandon Winston: Yeah, repeatability is a big thing for me. Big office.

How You Can Build WordPress LMS Websites as a Service with WaaS Entrepreneur Michael Short

LifterLMS

LMScast is the number one podcast for course creators just like you. He’s talked about it on a lot of podcasts. One of the questions we get all the time is how do I build a Udemy clone? This podcast is not over.

How Twitter Changed the eLearning Community with Conversations

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

And, if you enjoy podcasts, I would highly recommend Episode 412 of This Week in Startups titled The Origins of Amazon and Twitter. Gotta love big data. Twitter became a big deal. Twitter at events had become a big deal. I found an open source app called TwitterCamp to display the tweet stream on big screen monitors. Now that Twitter is so popular, I''m not sure big screens are even necessary.

A Short Experiment: Six Word Lesson Plans

The Learning Circuits

I have also just listened to the podcast from IT Conversations featuring Kathan Brown talking , in part, about how constraints push creativity into new places. Along those lines and with a big tip o' the hat the the genius behind the creation of the Big Question - I have my only little contest going.

2009 - the year of consumer e-learning

Learning Rocks

So here is my contribution to the Learning Circuits Big Question for January. In the June 2008 edition of e.learning age I wrote about a company based out of Japan that have developed a really good model of language learning based around podcasting, and enthusiatically taken up by a global audience of linguaphiles. We should all be aware by now that making any attempt to predict the future is a fruitless task, if our goals are to accurately anticipate what's going to happen.

2009 - the year of consumer e-learning

Learning Rocks

So here is my contribution to the Learning Circuits Big Question for January. In the June 2008 edition of e.learning age I wrote about a company based out of Japan that have developed a really good model of language learning based around podcasting, and enthusiatically taken up by a global audience of linguaphiles. We should all be aware by now that making any attempt to predict the future is a fruitless task, if our goals are to accurately anticipate what's going to happen.

Teacher Appreciation Week – A Conversation with Chris Badgett on the World of Online and Offline Education Honoring Teachers

LifterLMS

You have the opportunity to get immediate feedback on whether or not someone is retaining information when you can look at them and ask them questions along the way to help them fill in the gaps in their understanding as you go. LMScast is the number one podcast for course creators just like you. I’m going to start with a big question here. Chris Badgett: If you decide you want to write a book or become an author, that’s a big expedition.

From Corporate Training in a Company to Independent Course Creator with Kurt Von Ahnen from Mañana No Mas

LifterLMS

LMScast is the number one podcast for course creators just like you. It’s always great to connect with the community which is some, of course, we’re big at over at LifterLMS, but tell us about corporate e-learning. I got really big.

Top 74 eLearning Posts from September 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

Voice Over in e-Learning, Sometimes - MinuteBio , September 12, 2010 September’s Big Question over at the Learning Circuits Blog is regarding use of voice-over in e-learning. The question addresses numerous topics regarding the use of audio. statement by Wendy Drexler in her paper prompted this question. Questions that crossed my mind were: 1. which leads onto the question. The e-learning included emailed scenarios and questions.

How To Generate Online Course and Membership Site Leads and Sales using Surveys with Rob and Kennedy of ResponseSuite

LifterLMS

Segmenting your email list through something as simple as a two-question survey can help you greatly improve how you talk to your audience. LMScast is the number one podcast for course creators just like you. One of the questions is what’s your current situation?

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How to Get Clients on Demand for Your High Ticket Coaching Business without Sacrificing Freedom with Russ Ruffino

LifterLMS

Learn how to get clients on demand for your high ticket coaching business without sacrificing freedom with Russ Ruffino in this episode of the LMScast podcast hosted by Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. LMScast is the number one podcast for course creators just like you.

Microlearning, Engagement, Gamification, and the Elearning Success Summit with Stephen Ladek from LMSPulse

LifterLMS

They’re featuring live presentations with real-time questions and answers, breakout rooms, moderated chats, and much more. You can also check out his podcast at LMSPulse.com. Stephen Ladek: That’s a great question.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "Using the Company as the Classroom" (Business Week)

Mark Oehlert

" June 05, 2008 in Learning/Training | Permalink Technorati Tags : experience , learning , training TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference "Using the Company as the Classroom" (Business Week) : Comments I guess the big question is how well the programs were that the money was spent for and if the training improved the way the companies did business.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Daily Quote/Lyric/Words of Others

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Memory, Reconsolidation and Big Questions. Main | " Visual Thinking, Imagery, and the Brain" (Eide Neurolearning Blog) » March 21, 2008 Daily Quote/Lyric/Words of Others " The best audience is intelligent, well-educated and a little drunk." " Alben W. Barkley, former U.S.

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): 100,000 iPhone SDK Downloads in First Four Days

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « "Sync Google Calendar with Outlook and more with WideLens" (Alex Barnett) | Main | Memory, Reconsolidation and Big Questions. » March 19, 2008 100,000 iPhone SDK Downloads in First Four Days This picture from the iPhone Blog is just priceless. Seriously though, who doesnt think that this is a huge deal? Hank Williams does a nice job dissecting the current limitations afforded by the SDK.

The 2007 Collection of Reviews - and my random thoughts

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

And of course LearningCircuits Big Question: What did you learn about learning in 2007? My personal favorite comes from Marcel de Leeuwe at Powerlearning who created a pecha Kucha to answer the big question. I talked with Michele Martin about blearning in this podcast. With all the year in review stuff flying around, I thought I'd just link to some that I found. I also decided to add my own thoughts at the bottom. Enjoy!

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): OMG.There are spies everywhere sabotaging our organizations!!

Mark Oehlert

6) Refer back to matters decided upon at the last meeting and attempt to re-open the question of the advisability of that decision. (7) 8) Be worried about the propriety of any decision — raise the question of whether such action as is contemplated lies within the jurisdiction of the group or whether it might conflict with the policy of some higher echelon. e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Godspeed Tim Russert.

Knowing Knowledge Review by Clive Shepherd

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

You should also check out his answers to December's Big question. I love his answers to all 3 questions. There is a connection for me between GTD (the Getting Things Done movement), Professionalism (David Maister's outstanding podcast series) and Learning. I love this post by Clive Shepherd. I've only recently been connected with Clive, but truly enjoy his blog. But back to his post that got me here.his review of Gsiemens's book Knowing Knowledge.

Significant Work Needed to Help Instructional Designers

Tony Karrer

The November LCB Big Question was "Are ISD / ADDIE / HPT relevant in a world of rapid elearning, faster time-to-performance, and informal learning?" And I find that second bullet especially troubling given that the crux of the question as Mark Oehlert from e-Clippings put it: If the question of whether or not your job is relevant fails to stir up some considerable heat - then I despair for us. That was actually quite a big surprise to me.

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