Blending social and mobile

Bottom-Line Performance

This is part 2: Blending social and mobile. If you’re afraid of the “anyone can access our stuff” nature of YouTube or Facebook, consider behind-the firewall solutions. (We have created a 7-part comprehensive report containing a series of two-to-three page “briefs.” If you would like to see the collection in its entirety, click here.). The term “social learning” – along with “informal learning” – has been bandied about for a couple years.

How Can Utilities Prepare Against Cyber Attacks?

BlueVolt

Like any technology, firewall and encryption is essential, but what about where the new technologies blend with legacy systems? In an article posted in. T&D World , David Shadle points out that.

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Virtual Classroom Adoption – The Four Stages of Change

InSync Training

Organizations spend more time worrying about firewalls, security, hardware, and software (important topics all) than they think about adoption and usability. Adopting, and excelling at, the virtual classroom is much more about attitudinal change than it is about implementing technology. Ultimately, people need to BELIEVE that the virtual classroom will work.

5 Implicit Signs That Your Virtual Classroom Is Set Up To Fail

Obsidian Learning

They’ve developed a highly interactive, visually arresting, engaging blended learning program, but…did anyone check to see if all employees have company-issued computers? If not, can they access the training from their personal devices if it’s housed behind the company’s firewall?

How to Design Cybersecurity Training for Employees: 4 Best Practices

Absorb LMS

Humans are less predictable than the technology your organization uses to prevent cybercrime, like firewalls. Blended learning strategies, including simulated exercises, can further empower your employees to protect against attack—preventing untold costs in security incidents. Blend learning techniques. Blend learning techniques in your learning management system to include interactive components , videos and real-life examples.

5 Onboarding Training Challenges and 5 Opportunities Today’s Workforce Faces

Obsidian Learning

Meanwhile, the content to be conveyed in an orientation is often considered confidential and may only be accessible behind the company firewall. Virtual Learning Virtual Classroom Blended Learning Custom eLearning Learning Science Learning Strategy

Shaping an eLearning Solution

Zephyr Learning

Accessing secure servers for outside the company’s firewall was always a difficult task and in addition the fact that we needed a browser based device with us at all times was also problematic! It could also be for the first time we are creating a real blended learning solution. To me blended learning is not about elearning supporting traditional learning, it is about opening learning up to all people – based on need, location, culture, time, and most importantly learning style!

Get Microsoft LMS integration to improve and enhance your eLearning experience

Paradiso

You can find gamification tools, blended learning , personalized and robust reports , social learning , competency management , mobile learning , among others. The users get one-click access to the LMS in the cloud from behind the firewall. If you are looking for a personalized virtual education experience with Microsoft LMS integration, Let me tell you that Paradiso Solutions is the place to go. We will help you by giving it a much more personal approach.

Looking for an LMS? Here’s how to tell if it’s good, better, or best.

Docebo

L&D opportunities shouldn’t be limited to when employees are at a desk, behind a firewall, or logged into an e-learning platform. They say life’s a journey. The same is true for learning. We’re always learning (at least, we should be) – especially at work.

Looking for an LMS? Here’s how to tell if it’s good, better, or best.

Docebo

L&D opportunities shouldn’t be limited to when employees are at a desk, behind a firewall, or logged into an e-learning platform. They say life’s a journey. The same is true for learning. We’re always learning (at least, we should be) – especially at work.

The show must go on: How physical events are moving into a virtual realm

Cloudshare

The cloud can simplify IT involvement, while eliminating permission to get behind firewalls, product shipping and travel hassles. Blended and hybrid learning. When moving to virtual training , try to blend instructor-led training and self-paced programs.

SMCR training: The definitive guide

Eukleia

SMCR: Why a blended learning approach works. SMCR: Why a blended learning approach works. We’ve found that while standalone elearning courses play a large part in creating effective training, the most successful rollouts have been blended learning programmes. See ‘ Get SMCR ready: Why a blended learning programme works ’. Senior figures have continued to shelter behind an accountability firewall”. See ‘ Has the SMCR created a new ‘accountability firewall’?

Outdated Training – from Problem to Asset

Obsidian Learning

We need to convert to eLearning/ blended learning. Instead, our employees are Googling quick answers outside our firewall. Of course, if an employee goes to a class or accesses approved courses inside the firewall only to find obviously outdated content, that’s a whole different problem. Extending Value With Blended Learning. Recommend appropriate delivery method(s) for each content asset (microlearning, WBT, ILT, webinars, blended learning, etc.).

Breaking Up with “Yeah, but…”

Learning Rebels

Yeah, blended learning is a better way to connect knowledge to people…but… Yeah, the path to connected learning is through mobile…but… Yeah, people should be in charge of their own learning…but… Yeah, learning does happen more outside the classroom…but… The list goes on, and on, and on. . In the training world, it is not uncommon to hear: “Yeah, but…” and it’s time to put an end to this unhealthy relationship.

4 Mobile Learning Challenges for L&D Managers to Consider

Obsidian Learning

Mobile learning is high on the list of latest and greatest strategies that learning developers are including in their blended learning mix. Employees trying to access the content on their own devices are roadblocked by the company firewall. Photo by Icons8 team on Unsplash. The focus up to now has been on ease of access (everyone has a phone!), just in time learning (you can access your mobile device in the field!),

Random 3D Virtual World Statistics

Kapp Notes

Blending real-world stores and virtual worlds seem profitable. From Second Life Takes Virtual Reality Behind the Firewall at IBM, Navy A virtual egg sold for $69,000 US dollars in the MMORPG of Planet Calypso. Sitting at my virtual desk gathering statistics. Here are some interesting Virtual World Statistics gathered from a number of different sources. In the fourth quarter of 2009, total registered accounts in the virtual worlds sector reached 803 million.

The Future of Learning: How to Deliver Tomorrow’s Great Learning Experiences Today

Instilled

We have to create a learning environment inside the corporate firewall that is as rich and responsive as Google. However, as we move towards more complex learning blends and in particular, create and manage learning ecosystems, the required mindset/skillset is rapidly changing. Artificial Intelligence, immersive experiences, big data analytics… the future of learning can sound scary, but it doesn’t have to!

Mobile Learning: 3 Security Threats & 7 Ways to Beat Them

CommLab India

Installing genuine/authorized anti-virus software programs with frequent updates, firewalls activation can keep your mobile learning systems safe from attacks. To make the seriousness of security known, training managers can prefer a blended learning approach to train their workforce. Anywhere, anytime, on-the-go learning has become a reality due to mobile learning. It’s constantly evolving, as the technology focus has shifted to Smartphones from computers.

The Future of Learning: How to Deliver Tomorrow’s Great Learning Experiences Today

Leo Learning

We have to create a learning environment inside the corporate firewall that is as rich and responsive as Google. However, as we move towards more complex learning blends and in particular, create and manage learning ecosystems, the required mindset/skillset is rapidly changing. Artificial Intelligence, immersive experiences, big data analytics… the future of learning can sound scary, but it doesn’t have to!

7 Essentials of a Successful Mobile Learning Strategy

Obsidian Learning

Other questions to consider: Will users be able to get through your firewall to access content on mobile devices? Adding mobile elements to your existing training can create opportunities for reinforcing content, learning about challenges learners face after training, and increase the impact of your blended learning strategy and courses. Photo by Stephen Petrey on Unsplash. Broadly defined, mobile learning can happen anywhere, anytime, on any mobile device.

How to Revolutionise Workplace Learning

Marcia Conner

Marcia: Years ago, workplace educators began to segment what they provided employees into artificial and misleading categories, for example “formal” and “informal” learning, or “e-learning” “blended learning” or “social learning”. They blend “e-” and “social” approaches, too. If there are firewalls at the office to limit their access, they’ll use personal devices with plans they pay for themselves. This week I’m in Berlin, Germany at the OEB Conference.

Models for Learning Questions

Tony Karrer

I will say that sometimes companies get it a bit wrong when it comes to leveraging existing sites to create value that extends beyond the firewall. For example, having a robust group and network on LinkedIn can be quite valuable when you have employees who should be able to reach outside the firewall for expertise and can leverage LinkedIn to find internal expertise as well. We wrapped up our free elearning webinar on Models for Learning in a New World.

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Totara: re-shaping Moodle for corporate use

Clive on Learning

A typical VLE is designed to support formal academic courses, whether face-to-face, online or blended. It can be hosted or installed within the firewall. Last week I asked Can the ‘big LMS’ break clear of formal training? - I wanted to know whether Saba, one of the most successful of the big LMSs, could reinvent itself to accommodate informal learning.

5 Tips to Master the Art of Learning on the Go in Your Organization

Obsidian Learning

Will all your learners be inside your corporate firewall, or will contractors, customers, or other outsiders also need access to the training? If your organization is a large corporation, you’ll likely find that instead of a Facebook group, your company requires you to use social media apps deployed inside the firewall. For big impact, make mobile learning part of a blended learning strategy. For big impact, make mobile learning part of a blended learning strategy

10 Questions to Ask About Your Learners Before You Develop e.

Trivantis

This answer will help you determine whether you can create a standalone course or whether you will need to coordinate with the classroom materials for a successful blended learning approach. You will want to know how your learners will access the course and anticipate any restrictions (firewall restrictions, for example). Forum. Logins. Lectora Online - USA. Lectora Online - EU. ReviewLink. CourseMill LMS. Community Forum. Products. Authoring Tools. Lectora Inspire.

How to Revolutionise Workplace Learning

Marcia Conner

Marcia: Years ago, workplace educators began to segment what they provided employees into artificial and misleading categories, for example, “formal” and “informal” learning, or “e-learning” “blended learning” or “social learning”. They blend “e-” and “social” approaches, too. If there are firewalls at the office to limit their access, they’ll use personal devices with plans they pay for themselves. This week I’m in Berlin, Germany at the OEB Conference.

How to Revolutionise Workplace Learning

Marcia Conner

Marcia: Years ago, workplace educators began to segment what they provided employees into artificial and misleading categories, for example, “formal” and “informal” learning, or “e-learning” “blended learning” or “social learning”. They blend “e-” and “social” approaches, too. If there are firewalls at the office to limit their access, they’ll use personal devices with plans they pay for themselves. This week I’m in Berlin, Germany at the OEB Conference.

How to Revolutionise Workplace Learning

Marcia Conner

Marcia: Years ago, workplace educators began to segment what they provided employees into artificial and misleading categories, for example, “formal” and “informal” learning, or “e-learning” “blended learning” or “social learning”. They blend “e-” and “social” approaches, too. If there are firewalls at the office to limit their access, they’ll use personal devices with plans they pay for themselves. This week I’m in Berlin, Germany at the OEB Conference.

Three Practical Ideas for Using Twitter in E-Learning

Rapid eLearning

Some of you are behind corporate firewalls and don’t have access to Twitter. What are some other ways that you can think of blending Twitter with your elearning courses? Twitter’s all the rage. Some people love it. Some people hate it. But many people really don’t know much about it or don’t do much with it. I’ll have to admit, I have mixed feelings about Twitter (and much of the other social media).

Profile of a learning architect: Sebastian Graeb-Konneker

Clive on Learning

His leaning is towards rich blends, going beyond the typical classroom plus e-learning mix to include both formal and informal elements. Learning through blogging Blogging is possible within the firewall using SharePoint, but hasn’t taken off in any significant fashion. Throughout my book The New Learning Architect I take time out to look at real-life examples of great learning architects in action.

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Guardian of the Coast

CLO Magazine

Brignoni’s team also found that many of the relevant online training elements available from other military organizations were inaccessible due to firewall issues. “It ADL stakeholders collaborate closely with industry and academia, making it a perfect fit for Brignoni, who aspires to blend best practices from the military, private sector and academia to meet the needs of her learners. Gladys Brignoni is not your typical military officer.

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LMSs that kick ass: Saba

Janet Clarey

Saba’s primary market is corporate learning with just more than half of all implementations installed behind-the-firewall (largest implementation 2,000,000 learners). In the context of Learning, for example, social media tools are defining the “New Blended Learning Toolkit&# — expanding the options available to learning leaders just as e-Learning and Virtual classroom delivery did upon their arrival. The sixth LMS in the LMSs that kick ass Friday series is Saba.

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Creating Online Social Learning Membership Sites with Web Development Agency Owner, BuddyPress Expert, and StudyChurch Founder Tanner Moushey

LifterLMS

Chris: And you mentioned that, so that’s, some people call that blended learning, where you’ve got the online, and then you’ve got the offline, and they work together, and there’s tons of different ways to do blended learning. Where I’ve run into trouble in the past with it is, both servers need to be configured for Shibboleth, and there’s some crazy firewall stuff that happens. Is it a firewall issue?

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K-12 and LMSs are Broken, Who’s to Blame?

eLearning 24-7

Heck, even blended learning and digital classrooms. behind the district’s firewall) is nearly universal. Back in the 90’s I taught high school and loved it. To this day, I still have very close friends who are teachers (middle school and high school). As someone who stays current with K-12 and HE (as related to e-learning), I am equally aware of the challenges, successes and failures when it comes to online learning.

BLOG: #UTGForum updates

Unicorn Training

Philippa Grocott from FSTP to discuss the how we believe blended learning is the right approach."Do A 'blended approach' - never been a big fan of the expression as it's a throw back to when eLearning first came out and wasn't very good! F2F won't go away as it is required but as part of a blended experience. MORNING!So So we're back at King's Place for our annual Client Day and this is where you can follow all the updates from the day.Here's what's going on.Be

Why Corporate Training is Broken And How to Fix It

Jay Cross

Apologists who had fallen for the lure of computerizing all aspects of learning supplemented eLearning with face-to-face meetings and other forms of support and dubbed it “blended learning.”. Workers are frustrated with corporate training because outside the firewall they have better equipment, enjoy unrestricted access to the riches of the Internet, and find it easier to network with friends and acquaintances. Why Corporate Training is Broken And How to Fix It. Executive Summary 3.

Informal Learning – the other 80%

Jay Cross

First-generation eLearning had blending all wrong. The blending that counts is the mixture of generic and proprietary. The hunger for proprietary knowledge does not stop at the firewall. Years ago a start-up commissioned me to write a white paper that would help put them on the map. I wrote the paper that follows. It’s probably the most popular thing I’ve ever written. The start-up stiffed me but the paper morphed into the Informal Learning book.

2010: mLearning Year in Review

mLearning Trends

OnPoint stepped up to plate here – to satiate pent-up demand in some and spark new interest in others – by introducing an integrated set of social features that blend “formal with informal” with support for PRIVATE mobile discussion forums, access to blogs and wikis, and support for mobile captured/user-generated content. Our experience in 2010 found ALL of our new customers and partners went “hosted” instead of installing enterprise (“behind the firewall”). A.K.A.

43 Great eLearning Posts and 5 Hot Topics Including Google Buzz and iPad

eLearning Learning Posts

Blending Formal and Informal Learning at EMC - Janet Clarey , February 18, 2010 I just quick wanted to share this blended learning graphic from EMC , a provider of information infrastructure systems (and thanks for letting me use it!). Best of eLearning Learning. February 14, 2010 to February 28, 2010. Some really great stuff from the second half of February as found based on social signals.

SMBs and Social Learning Technologies

Janet Clarey

For services outside the firewall, blockage continues to be an issue driven by such barriers as organizational culture, bandwidth limitations, security issues, IT resistance, and lack of resources. Strategies: As part of a blended learning strategy. An instructional model for Web-based e-learning education with a blended learning process approach. Blended Learning: A Solution to Proficiency, in Clarey, J., Building Effective Blended Learning Programs.