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 Right Balance: Positive VS. Negative Feedback at Work

Growth Engineering

With all these good vibes flying around, my big questions for you are: Is negative feedback at work ever a good idea? . Now, for the big ‘But’! So, the big question is, how much chocolate cake do we need to outweigh some bad news? Research shows the magic ratio for wellbeing is 5 to 1 ! Experts can answer others’ questions on their specialist subject. Regular feedback engages employees and boosts performance. But what type of feedback matters?


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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.

eLearning Costs : eLearning Technology

Tony Karrer

Heres his brief description: The particular course in question is approximately 2 hours of classroom soft skills training that needs to be delivered in an eLearning format. Interactions should be basic form-based questions created within the development application. His question is whether this price is reasonable, high or worth raising a stink. When you look at these, you will come up with various ratios and costs. This aligns with Bryan Chapmans 220:1 ratio.

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On Design

Big Dog, Little Dog

The Learning Circuit's big question -- For a given project, how do you determine if, when and how much an instructional designer and instructional design is needed? For example, an Instructional Designer might be able to say with confidence that studies show that a 4:1 student to instructor ratio is best when instructing heavy equipment. A different situation might tell her that a 8:1 ratio would be not only effective but also more efficient.

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Top 70 eLearning Posts for June and Hot Topics including iPad and Mobile Learning

eLearning Learning Posts

Tony’s question is fairly specific, but anchored in the “what did I learn that I’m glad I did&# vein. mean, you just hit the big red button and start recording. Development Tools I Would Learn If I Were You - June’s Big Question - MinuteBio , June 3, 2010 June’s Big Question over at the Learning Circuits blog is regarding tools one should “…learn today in order to be a valuable eLearning professional in 2015.&#. The big bad wolf.

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