eLearning Cyclops: My Big Question Response - Predictions for My.

eLearning Cyclops

My Big Question Response - Predictions for My 2011 #LCBQ. So, here is my response to the Learning Circuits Big Question , which asks to be more focused on our challenges, plans and predictions. Believe it or not, this training program will incorporate the following: A web-based training (WBT) course that incorporates QR Codes and social bookmarking in addition to simulations, instruction and job aids. One More Thing to Add - Big Question #LCBQ.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: The Big Question

Learning Visions

Tuesday, December 11, 2007 The Big Question This months big question from the Learning Circuits Blog: What did you learn about learning in 2007? Posted by Cammy Bean at 3:36 PM Labels: big question , instructional design 2comments: Michele said. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff.


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Cammy Beans Learning Visions: The Big Question: Instructional Design as a Spectrum

Learning Visions

Monday, February 04, 2008 The Big Question: Instructional Design as a Spectrum The Learning Circuits Big Question this month: Instructional Design - If, When and How Much? My response here is not so much an answer to this question, but rather, further musings on this endless topic that Ive been rambling on about of late. The question (particularly in the realm of the medical example) has to do with scope. Perhaps it is a question of scope for IDs?

Big Question for January - Quality vs. Speed

Tony Karrer

The Big Question on the LCB for January is: What are the trade offs between quality learning programs and rapid e-learning and how do you decide? There's a lot involved in this question and I plan to revisit it several times during the month. And this isn't a theoretical question - it's something we face all the time. And it's not just an ROI question. In my mind, there's clearly no easy answer to this question.

The February BIG QUESTION!

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

What Questions Should We Be Asking? Well, I think the biggest question is STILL, "Why US?". Maybe the question is "Do we still add value to the new learning equation?" That's the question I want answers too. (My I am a big fan and highly respect her work. Well.here we go again! Everybody says all of the really great things before I get a chance to, so all I'm left with is "yeah, go look at what these cool people said".

Development Tools I Would Learn If I Were You - June's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

June's Big Question over at the Learning Circuits blog is regarding tools one should ".learn In my instructional design graduate program, UMBC , I took several courses that focused on development, but they really only scratched the surface. So back to the big question, I would recommend the following types of tools, and examples where appropriate, that you should ".learn learn today in order to be a valuable eLearning professional in 2015."

Everyone is a Manager - March - The Big Question

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

I was just reminded of the big question while cruising reader.google.com.my Our fearless uber-learning-blogger Tony Karrer points out Dave Lee's concern that there hasn't been much discussion about this month's question. I'm not sure I totally understand the question. It looks like some of us are answering the question by discussing how much training we give to management/leadership programs and, as a trainig department, how we support the middle manager layer.

Addressing On-Demand Learning and Performance Needs #LCBQ | Social.

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Addressing On-Demand Learning and Performance Needs #LCBQ by Andrea on May 9, 2011 in performance support Each month, Tony Karrer at The Learning Circuits Blog posts a “Big Question&# for the learning and development community (Twitter hashtag #LCBQ). The questions prompt quite a lively and interesting discussion among online community members.

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? …. One could consider the topic from a sci-fi viewpoint; learning modules à la MATRIX – like Trinity asking Tank to run the training program for a B-212 helicopter.

The big question for January: quality v speed

Clive on Learning

The Learning Circuits big question for January asks "What are the trade offs between quality learning programs and rapid e-learning and how do you decide?" Well, there's an assumption underlying this and I'm questioning it. Who says e-learning materials that take a long time to produce are necessarily high quality, let alone relevant or effective?

New Skills for Learning Professionals

ID Reflections

This month's Big Question from LCB has received a huge response. I have pasted the question here: "In a Learning 2.0 This is not a very new question and has been doing its rounds in different forums. We also have a fair idea why this question is cropping up in various forms.Today, the role of learning professionals have undergone and are undergoing a paradigm shift. Tags: e-learning Instructional design big question LCB

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eLearning Cyclops: Making It Over The Wall #LCBQ

eLearning Cyclops

Over at the Learning Circuits Blog the Big Question is "How do we break down organizational walls when it comes to learning?" A big barrier for too many organizations is simply getting access outside the firewall especially access to social media. Less we not forget, tuition reimbursement programs greatly encourage staffs academic growth. Labels: Big Question , Big_Question , e-Learning , Social Media. It's The Big Question #LCBQ.

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. 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. One More Thing to Add - Big Question #LCBQ. It's The Big Question #LCBQ.

2009 Top Posts and Topics: Kapp Notes

Kapp Notes

The ASTD Big question this month is an annual question: What did you learn about learning in 2009? So one of the tasks I will do to answer this question is to see what posts were the Best of 2009 from several different sources. This person needs their money back and should focus on a program with a solid foundation and good instruction that prepares a designer for the field. Bloomsburg University's Instructional Design program comes to mind.

2009 Predictions, Remembrance and Challenges

Kapp Notes

ASTD's Big Question for January is, again, a series of questions. So this is a big challenge for me this year. Tags: ASTD Big Question What are your biggest challenges for this upcoming year? What are your major plans for the year? What predictions do you have for the year? First a little reflection. This year has been a busy year as my consulting has been more active than any previous year.

Help, I have an Instructional Design Master's Degree and I Can't Create E-Learning

Kapp Notes

This month's ASTD Big Question relates to a person who graduated from a theory-only program in Instructional Design and was not provided with the experience of actually creating instruction using any of the latest tools. So the question is: What advice would you give to someone who has no experience with e-learning development tools? Once you master something like Lectora or TrainerSoft, you will have the basics needed to master similar programs.

List to Learn, Learn to List

Kapp Notes

This month's ASTD Big Question is, again, a series of questions. Apparently one BIG question is not enough for the learning and development community. We aim to exceed expectations. If you have a to-learn list and are willing to share, and willing to share how you work with that list, that would likely be helpful information. I constantly have a "to-learn" list. Some of the items are necessary and some are "pie-in-the-sky."

Do we really need to design differently for the so called "Digital Natives"?

Kapp Notes

This month, I worked with Tony Karrer to help create the ASTD Big Question (which always seems to be multiple questions under one big theme.) The main question is Learning design differences for Digital Natives? Getting back to a more scholarly approach.The sub-questions for this month's big question are: Do you believe that we have to design, develop and deliver instruction differently for the so-called Digital Natives?

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Instructional Designer as Consultant?

Learning Visions

Consider this part two of my response to the Learning Circuits Big Question for February: Instructional Design - If, When and How Much? One oh-so-hopeful prediction: Instructional design programs will begin teaching instructional designers to write. Posted by Cammy Bean at 1:40 PM Labels: big question , instructional design , Learning Circuits 6comments: Dr. John H. I take it you work for a large organization with a big training department?

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Metaphors of Instructional Design

Learning Visions

Monday, March 03, 2008 Metaphors of Instructional Design In the exciting and sometimes heated recent debate on the role of instructional designers ( The Value of Instructional Designers , Karl Kapps We Need a Degree in Instructional Design , Learning Circuits Big Question for Feb ) Ive seen instructional design compared to: brain surgery interior design carpentry I certainly dont think its rocket science nor do I think its brain surgery.

Create a Corporate Training Program that Sticks: Part 1 – Defining Your Problem

TechSmith Camtasia

But the most important follow up to questions like this is to ask, “why?”. We’re often asked big questions that need to be broken down further. In this example, we have no goal or reason to create a training program for colleagues in customer service… Yet. We don’t even know what issue resulted in you being asked to create a training program, or if there’s even an issue to begin with.

A Great Start to 2010

Upside Learning

We have been included as a Winner in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2009 Program for the second year running. This program ranks the top 500 public and private technology companies with the fastest annual revenue growth rates in Asia Pacific over the past three years. Related posts: The Big Question - What I Learned About Learning in 2009 Does your organization need a Chief Learning Officer? The Big Question: Time Spent.

What Tools Should We Learn?


by Kevin on June 7th, 2010 The Big Question at the Learning Circuit’s Blog for June is “What Tools Should We Learn?” We studied everything from C++ programming to Marketing and our capstone project was to build an eCommerce website complete with an inventory database and marketing campaign. Honestly, I think the undergraduate Instructional Design programs in universities today should be tossed in the river!

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Instructional Design Central

Learning Visions

Thursday, December 06, 2007 Instructional Design Central Travis Jordan, a recent graduate from Utah States Instructional Technology program, has created Instructional Design Central , a collaborative website for professionals in the fields of instructional design, and E-Learning, and performance improvement. Id suggest including information on which degree programs offer a distance learning option.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Online Schooling for the K-12 Set

Learning Visions

This hasnt gotten onto my radar before -- Im not sure if there are any state-funded online programs in Massachusetts. 10 years ago I cut my elearning teeth in the K12 market, working on projects for two big US providers. I just hadnt realized that this had moved into the realm of full curriculum programs for K-12. The Big Question: Instructional Design as a Spectr. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff.

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The E-Learning Foundations Intensive: Day 1


This two-day program is designed for folks who are new to the world of eLearning. That being said, the word ‘Intensive’ in the title of this program is no understatement! After much mumble from the collective audience, we learned it was a rhetorical question and he answered for us – (paraphrased) “It’s not about how to include ALL the tools, but to address all the spaces tools exist.” are all the big obstacles.

Your LMS criteria can make or break your buying process – here’s how to win


Before you start writing your wish list, you have to ask yourself and your organization the right questions to land on the LMS that makes the most sense for your business’s goals, struggles, and desired future. Tackle the big questions about your learning strategy.

Aligning eLearning Levels of Interactivity with Articulate 360

B Online Learning

Great question! How interactive your module needs to be, comes down to the definition questions you asked prior to entering into the development phase of your module. Questions such as: Who are your learners? If you haven’t asked those questions yet, go and do it now. Did you get answers to your definition questions? But first the big question…How interactive does your interactivity need to be?

Gamification in Workplace Learning: The Role of Play

Dashe & Thomson

This month, the Learning Circuits Blog is back with its first “real” big question since Tony Karrer took a break from managing the blog. Mr. Betts is the Managing Director for HT2 and his big question for this month is “Does Gamification Have a Role in Workplace Learning?” ” I’ve been thinking about this question since it was posted a couple of weeks ago.

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Stop Hunting, Start Demo-ing with Virtual Classroom LMS Platform


The time has come to move your training programs forward into an interactive virtual classroom. But the big question is, which virtual classroom LMS platform is right for your goals? And, best of all, it helps you get ALL your questions answered.

4 Things to Consider to See if You Should Hit the Gym or Workout From Home

Your Training Edge

Now, this big question arises— in starting your fitness journey, should you get a gym membership or just workout from home? Working out in a gym may have bigger motivating factors– the big monthly and annual fees, a good trainer, or even a highly committed gym buddy. But you must know that you will need to study which fitness programs will help you achieve your goals.

Quality vs. Speed

The Learning Circuits

Out of 24 participating posts and nearly 40 comments on those posts, not a single person predicted that they would answer all 12 of The Big Questions in 2007 - how disappointing. Well your first chance to redeem yourself comes in the form of January's The Big Question: What are the trade offs between quality learning programs and rapid e-learning and how do you decide? Please answer this question by posting to your own blog.

Learning Data: The real definition and how you can prove business impact


Behavior change takes time, and most training programs have set start and completion dates. Now the big question is…How? If you want to learn how you can leverage data to prove the impact of your learning programs on the business, make sure to watch this webinar: Maximizing ROI with Microlearning. What is learning data? Let’s define it as “data used to measure and improve the impact of training.” Based on that definition, what learning data are you currently using?

Is This a Problem with E-Learning Today?

Rapid eLearning

Things change and what’s big today won’t be tomorrow. The person who possesses custom programming skills, has more options. My big question for e-learning today: what is the Art Deco of e-learning design?

Brain science in design?

Clark Quinn

The Learning Circuits Blog Big Question of the Month is “Does the discussion of “how the brain learns&# impact your eLearning design?&# My answer is in several parts. As with so many other ’snake oil’ issues, like multigenerational differences, learning styles, digital natives, etc, brain-based learning appears to be trying to sell you a program rather than a solution.

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Gamelab Institute of Play

Mark Oehlert

Through a variety of programs centered ongame design, the Institute of Play engages audiences of all ages,exploring new ways to think, act, and speak through gaming in a socialworld.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Anybody Out There Attend AERA?

Mark Oehlert

Ive always wanted to attend the American Education Research Associations annual meeting but have always either missed it timing wise or just been a little over-awed - have you seen the program ? e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Semi-Daily Quote/Lyric/Words of Others | Main | Hey! Editors of "Educational Researcher".Get Get a FREAKING CLUE!!!!! » March 31, 2008 Anybody Out There Attend AERA?

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