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Apple's iPhone OS 4.0: What Will It Mean for Mobile Learning? by Bill Brandon

Learning Solutions Magazine

This, after the iPad launch, was one of the most-anticipated announcements of 2010, and thousands “attended” from around the world by watching live blogging feeds and Twitter. In a 90-minute session this morning, Apple unveiled the upcoming iPhone OS 4.0. But what does the new mobile operating system mean for mLearning? Here are our thoughts.

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The Future of Work and Learning 2: Chatbots

Jane Hart

receive relevant or customised news automatically (from news sources, blogs feeds, Twitter accounts). a personalised feed of relevant curated content.

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Performance Support

Clark Quinn

He later asks: Overall, what are corporate blogs, feeds, aggregators, wikis, mash-ups, locator systems, collaboration environments, and widgets, if not performance support? Great post by Jay Cross that uses the history of performance support to set up the need for what Jay calls Learnscapes. I've been a long-time believer in EPSS and ePerformance. Jay tells us: Performance support is blossoming in organizations today under the label of Web 2.0.

The 19 Best eLearning Blogs

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

Gabe from articulate has posted his list of The 19 Best Elearning Blogs. I have 52 blog feeds in my Learning folder, so I can understand how difficult this task must have been. Corporate eLearning Development landed the #17 spot. Thanks, Gabe. This is very cool! One glaring omission I see is e-clippings published by Mark Oehlert

Welcome to the new TechSmith blog!

TechSmith Camtasia

We’re excited to bring four of our blogs under one roof…and are putting plans in place to bring you great content, from more TechSmithies, on a more frequent basis. You will find that the new blog is structured around six topic types (categories), instead of around products.

Subscribe to This Blog

Kapp Notes

Subscribing to a blog is easy. Do you want a handy way to consolidate all your blog reading in one place? Do you read a lot of blogs? Do you forget the URLs of all your favorite blogs? If you answered Yes to any of these questions, you might want to consider creating a single location where you can view all the blogs you read on one convenient web page. You can easily do this by signing up for a blog aggregator like My.Yahoo.com.

Top 10 ‘Must Have’ Blended Learning Tools

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Blogs. When you first hear the word “blogs” you may think they are a vehicle to improve workplace communication externally. But blogs can also be beneficial in blended learning training internally, for employees. A way around this is to introduce blog writing as a blended learning training exercise. Then task each one to write a blog about a key business problem and how they would solve it step by step. You want to schedule a meeting with your sales team.

Formal learning & social networking

Clark Quinn

tools (their environment in particular had blogs, feeds, wikis, discussion boards, portals, and profiles), and to talk about some case studies of successes. For example, blogs are really personal (or group) journals, and it’s easy to have a learning task to reflect a couple of times a week (for example) on what the current course means to you personally. Of course, reading other learner’s blog posts, and commenting, can extend the value of the individual post.

Top Ten eLearning Blogs

Tony Karrer

I was recently asked for a list of the top ten blogs that relate to corporate eLearning by someone who wanted to get a sense of content quality and value of reading blogs. I debated for a while, because I have quite a few blogs that I subscribe to and my personal style is to quickly scan a lot of blogs, selectively reading posts that I think are going to be interesting, comment on some, and post my thoughts about others. There you can find a lot of great blogs.

eLearning Thought Leaders: Jane Bozarth – DevLearn Preview

eLearning Weekly

I try to stay on top of blog feeds but find I often just have to make an hour a week to review everything. My speaking schedule’s on my blog at www.bozarthzone.com. Jane Bozarth likes social media.

Accidents Do Happen

The Learning Circuits

When I was first getting my ID passion on, it was all about the blogging community and man-oh-man did I connect to a lot of great people through blogging. For blogs of interest, be sure to check out the eLearning Learning blog feed aggregator ( [link] ). You can find Cammy’s blog at [link Once upon a time, I worked at a small company.

The iPad is your ultimate travel companion

Clive on Learning

In my role as a consultant, it is hard to completely cut yourself off from business-related communication while on holiday, so the ability to receive all my emails and blog feeds was useful, along with access to my Evernote database and Google docs. I didn't mean to get an iPad. I've even written rather cynical posts about it. But one sort of dropped in my lap.Sort of. So now I've got one.

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If You're Learning by Blogging You Must be BLEARNING!

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

This week is about blogging. I just think its time to take a look at blogging again since I, and others from what I hear, seem to be neglecting blogs, feed readers, etc, in favor of microblogging. Let's start with the basics: What is blogging?

Top 68 eLearning Posts from April - Hot Topics iPad Google Buzz

eLearning Learning Posts

If you’ve followed this blog long enough, you’ll know that I am big on presentation skills. Here Are More Than 200 Free Rapid E-Learning Tutorials - Rapid eLearning Blog , April 20, 2010 A few weeks ago I offered some advice on how to become an elearning pro without spending a dime. Upside Learning Blog , April 29, 2010 Moodle is a good LMS with which has grown over the years and offers a host of functionality and features that are very useful to have in an LMS.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: The Real World, SecondLife and FaceBook/MySpace

Learning Visions

Not ONE person has a blog. A few people have "read" a few blogs -- written by friends with photos of children. One woman told me that she used to blog in LiveJournal, but there was just way too much personal information that was getting shared with the universe, so she deleted her account. Im not sure how this relates to danah boyds recent blog article on Viewing American class divisions through FaceBook and MySpace. Ill be sure to follow your musings on your blog.