Formal learning & social networking

Clark Quinn

is about informal learning, but the organization was moving to using social networking tools to scaffold their move from face-to-face to more online learning. So I was asked to talk about social networking and formal learning. tools (their environment in particular had blogs, feeds, wikis, discussion boards, portals, and profiles), and to talk about some case studies of successes. Each of these can be accomplished well through social networking tools.

The Future of Work and Learning 2: Chatbots

Jane Hart

Firstly, use of mobile devices has now exceeded use of desktop machines to access the Internet, and secondly, people are now spending more time in messaging apps than in social networks. receive relevant or customised news automatically (from news sources, blogs feeds, Twitter accounts). a personalised feed of relevant curated content.

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TCC09 Keynote: Global Collaboration in the Web 2.0 World

Experiencing eLearning

What was face-to-face, formal with limited interaction - Social networking has made instant, on-demand, informal, global and constant. Global collaboration can be very small; can just be one teacher and one class with blogs or Skype. With blogs, move students from passive lurking on a class blog –> blog comments first. Examples: student blogging project , 10 weeks with a challenge to push students more each week. Feed Reader.

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Top 10 ‘Must Have’ Blended Learning Tools

Continu

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.

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. And for our readers who like networking, one final question: Where will you be appearing and where can people find your schedule for conferences or events? My speaking schedule’s on my blog at www.bozarthzone.com. Jane Bozarth likes social media. She lives on Twitter and Facebook whether online at a computer or connected through an app on a mobile device.