Blog Roundup: Instructional Design

LearnDash

They have a lot of knowledge in the subject they want to teach—but they haven’t ever actually taught it. They want to share their knowledge, but they don’t know how to take what’s in their brain and translate it into a course others can learn from.

Blogging to Build Your Business

Experiencing eLearning

I recently gave a presentation to the Online Network of Independent Learning Professionals about blogging to build your business. This is specifically about what I have learned about blogging to build your reputation as a learning consultant over my 9+ years of blogging. I started blogging in December 2006 as a tool for my own professional development. Now I have my business in one place and my blog in another, which splits my online identity.

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Instructional Design and E-Learning Blogs

Experiencing eLearning

Back when I wrote my instructional design careers series in 2007, I was only aware of a few blogs by instructional designers. Since then, I’ve discovered a wealth of blogs by instructional designers, e-learning developers, and workplace learning specialists. Design for Learning is written by Natalie Laderas-Kilkenny, a former coworker of mine who blogs on education and technology. In the Middle of the Curve is one of the first blogs I linked to, back in January 2007.

The MATRIX Blog just turned 5!

Matrix

Each November, we look back to the previous 12 months, and then all the way back to the very first post published on the MATRIX Blog, to reflect upon our progress in the e-learning blogging sphere. We blog about e-learning, and the online environment is our perfect host.

12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

In a knowledge-sharing sense, user-generated videos put learners in the driving. voluntarily sharing knowledge on a daily basis, so offering them a simple way of doing. Peer-to-peer learning achieves this through credible, real-life knowledge sharing. 12 Ways to Get the Most.

My History of Live Blogged Notes

Experiencing eLearning

When I attend webinars or participate in online courses and conferences, I usually live blog my notes. That helps me remember what I attended and what I learned, and it lets me share that knowledge with others. Because I have done so much live blogging, I was able to provide proof of my ongoing professional development efforts. Personal Knowledge Management. Wikis and Blogs and Tags: Oh Why?

eLearning Blogs (Other Than Us) You Should Read

eLearning Brothers

We want you to read our eLearning blog, of course, and we work hard to serve up useful content for you. So we wanted to share a few other eLearning blogs that we think are great too! . eLearning Leadership Blog. Our friends over at Allen Interactions have a great blog on instructional design and more. Adobe eLearning Blog. With multiple contributors, the Adobe eLearning blog covers a spectrum of topics from tutorials to industry news.

How to leverage Product Knowledge Training for Increased Sales

Infopro Learning

Product knowledge is important for improving sales performance, but the most successful training programs focus on filling employee knowledge gaps. Infopro Learning assisted this organization first by measuring the existing knowledge gaps of their sales team.

Identifying the Right Product Knowledge Training Methodology for Your Business

Infopro Learning

However, you might be surprised to learn that the key to providing quality customer experiences is to improve your employee’s product knowledge skills. Product knowledge is an important component of providing quality service. Identifying Knowledge Gaps and Barriers to Training.

About blogging, tunneling visions and knowledge entrepreneurship

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

Julie is doing research for the university of Amsterdam (VU) into (micro-)blogging as part of her PdD research about knowledge and power in the development sector. This research had the goal to investigate how knowledge related to a shared organising vision (in this case (ICT4D, about ICT for development). She interviewed 7 professional ICT4D bloggers (used interviews to identify those) and analysed their blogs. knowledge workers blogging knowledge management

20 eLearning Blogs You Simply Have to Bookmark

eLearning Brothers

In our own, considered, humble opinion, we have an awesome blog that every eLearning professional should read. But sometimes we like to see what our colleagues are doing, which means taking a look at the multitude of eLearning knowledge that exists all over the web. Here are a few blogs that you simply must bookmark and read on a consistent basis: 1. An eLearning blog created by accomplished scientist and Educational Developer at Queen’s University, Eric Tremblay.

Gamified Classroom-based Training Solution for BFSI Client: Engaging Learners for Effective Learning – Video Blog

G-Cube

Games not only help to leverage the workforce’s competitive nature, but also helps to boost their overall engagement and knowledge retention levels. As a result, gamified learning approach within a classroom setting motivated the players to access more courses and improve their overall knowledge competency. ? Video Blog BFSI BFSI sector elearning for BFSI

Learning Game Design: a Blog Series by Sharon Boller

Bottom-Line Performance

In early May we launched our Learning Game Design Blog on the Knowledge Guru website. The blog has become a great source of information for anyone interested in game based learning and gamification—thanks in large part to an incredibly in-depth blog series by Sharon Boller. On top of creating the Knowledge Guru game engine, she has worked extensively with Dr. Karl Kapp, author and Assistant Director of Bloomsburg University’s Institute for Interactive Technologies.

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Corporate Knowledge Sharing: Blog Design Tips To Make It Look Good As Well As Help Readers Learn

G-Cube

To encourage the culture of learning and sharing, most modern organizations create blogs which not only showcase latest achievements of the organization but also become the hotbed for collaborative discussions and learning. Blogs are also a way to market your content and invite the right kind of audience to see what you are all about. And the way your blog looks and feels will make sure they think of you when they need your services.

2010: My blogging year recapped

E-Learning Provocateur

As 2010 draws to a close, I thought I’d take a moment to recap my blog posts during the year. Knowledge management. Blogging. blogging 2010 cartoons e-books engagement events government 2.0 informal learning instructional design knowledge management learning theory social mediaI hope you take the opportunity to read any that you may have missed. Oh, and please leave a comment or two or three…! Learning theory & instructional design.

Kirkpatrick Revisited | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Kirkpatrick Revisited by Barbara on April 18, 2011 in Instructional Design After I finished my post a few weeks ago on Reevaluating Evaluation , I found out that Donald Kirkpatrick , the granddaddy of the Four Levels of Evaluation, was taking a farewell tour before his retirement and would be presenting a workshop at the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) in Minneapolis.

The 4 pillars of blogging

E-Learning Provocateur

I have been blogging for some time now, and I can honestly say that it’s been a growth journey. I started blogging primarily for myself – essentially to organise and articulate the thoughts in my own head. Recently, a few people have been asking me for blogging advice, mainly around getting started. This got me thinking… What are my guiding principles for blogging? I call these my 4 pillars of blogging. Tags: blogging writing cartoon

Best Customer Education Blogs: 25 Must-Reads for Learning Professionals

Talented Learning

Which blogs offer the best advice about customer education practices, strategies and technologies? And that’s where our quest to find the best blog content begins. 25 Must-Read Customer Education Blogs. Published on the Amity blog). Published in the TrainingIndustry.com blog). by Kevin Hanegan , VP Knowledge and Learning. The post Best Customer Education Blogs: 25 Must-Reads for Learning Professionals appeared first on Talented Learning.

Top ten UK education blogs

Learning with 'e's

Photo by Hence The Book on unsplash Today I was notified that this blog has been listed in the top ten of the UK's most influential education blogs by Vuelio for 2019. There are thousands of blogs dedicated to education in the UK, and many of them have great content that can inspire, inform or challenge. The PIE blog - The PIE company 2016 Top Ten 1. Mr. P’s ICT Blog (ranked 7th in 2015) 5. The Whiteboard Blog (ranked 6th in 2015) 10.

What makes Product Knowledge Training a Game-Changer?

Infopro Learning

Product knowledge training is one of the most valuable learning opportunities you can give your sales representatives. An effective product knowledge training program can equip your sales team with essential skills, improve your organization’s reputation, boost customer satisfaction and increase sales. Product knowledge training helps your employees answer even the most complicated questions with ease and confidence. Equip Employees with Essential Knowledge.

Top 7 Custom eLearning Articles on our Blog in 2013

Bottom-Line Performance

Regular readers know we strive to make this blog a hub for corporate learning professionals. That’s because we started a second blog in 2013 on TheKnowledgeGuru.com , solely dedicated to using games for learning. We simply had too much content for one blog! Look for a “best of” post on the Knowledge Guru blog very soon. Why do we all love ‘best of’ posts so much at the end of the year?

Our Top Blog Posts for 2017

eFront

These days, excellent communication skills and in-depth product knowledge might not be enough to make the grade. If our blog kept you good company throughout the past 12 months, don’t forget to come back for another round. The post Our Top Blog Posts for 2017 appeared first on eFront Blog. eLearning 2017 Best of eFront Blog

Our Top 10 Training & Development Blog Posts from 2015

Bottom-Line Performance

There are adult learning and instructional design blogs galore that sing the praises of the “next big thing” in the training and development space… whatever it happens to be on a given day. We strive to do more with our Bottom-Line Performance and Knowledge Guru blogs. Seven of them appeared here on our Bottom-Line Performance blog… while three appeared on our Knowledge Guru website. From the Bottom-Line Performance Blog. Trends!

A Year of “The Performance Improvement Blog” in Review

The Performance Improvement Blog

It’s time to do a little year-end reflecting on my blog posts from 2012. Throughout last year I used this blog to illuminate important leadership and management issues. Out of all of these blog posts I’ve selected five that seem to have had the most interest for readers. The blog post must have hit a nerve because it has broken the record for most comments to a single HBR Blog Network post. .

2010 in Retrospect: Top Few Blogs and Books

ID Reflections

Rendering knowledge from Cognitive Edge 14. 2010 in Review Part 3: My year in reflective blogging by Jane Hart 21. Page The Drive by Daniel Pink The Adventures of Johnny Bunko by Daniel Pink Beyond E-Learning: Approaches and Technologies to Enhance Organizational Knowledge, Learning, and Performance by Marc J. Blogs Reading 2010 Books ReflectionThis post should have made its appearance a few days back—at least a day back—but procrastination sometimes overtakes me.

How Bloggers Can Create a Blogging Quiz

ProProfs

Creating blogging quizzes can do more for your site than just entertain readers. Click here to find out how blogging quizzes also work great when you’re running out of content. . Quizzes are known to be a sure-fire way to success in the blogging space and bloggers are well positioned to write quizzes, because they already have a knack of communicating with their audience. The quiz should be closely related to your target audience (the people you want to read your blog).

5 Great Serious Games and Gamification Blogs to Follow

Knowledge Guru

So in line with that mission, we’d like to recommend 5 great blogs about serious games and gamification (besides our own of course). We’ll start with the blog that will keep you in the know. The other major reason we’re including this blog is their affiliation with GSummit, one of the biggest conferences for learning about gamification. Karl Kapp partnered with Sharon Boller, the creator of Knowledge Guru, to put on the successful Play to Learn workshop.

5 Ways to Improve Employee Product Knowledge

Infopro Learning

Having a team of employees who are knowledgeable about your products and services is an important part of providing quality customer experiences. THE BENEFITS OF PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE TRAINING. While there are many components of customer experience, few are more important than product knowledge training. Adding elements of game play in your product knowledge training program can help motivate employees by providing Incentives and fun.

Training Blogs That Motivate Learning

Ed App

Training blogs provide intricate insights into the ‘how-to’s’ and benefits of mobile learning employee training strategy. We provide you with five of the best training blogs to motivate the learning of your employees. Information organized into chunks makes the knowledge more digestible for learners. EdApp provides an informative and relevant blog for training adult and younger learners.

The Most Popular Blog Posts for 2016

Litmos

It's the end of the year and, in case you've missed the most popular blog posts throughout 2016, I've compiled the top 5 for you here. The act of reflection is a major learning theme for me this year and reviewing the year's blog posts is a great reflection exercise. What got my attention was the scientific approach they took to solving a knowledge problem. The post The Most Popular Blog Posts for 2016 appeared first on Litmos.

Blog Learning

Tony Karrer

Something I (probably too often) talk about is learning via a blog. In other words, I'm learning via blog comments and blog posts by other bloggers - likely much more than anyone reading the blog itself. Blog learning! One one hand - a person who knows the answer immediately sounds more professional (gives a sense of knowledge when speaking to the customer), and resolves problems more quickly. Blog Learning!

Blogging with Freire

Learning with 'e's

So Freire didn't actually live to see the power and potential of social media, or the impact blogging would have on education. But what would he have said about blogs if he had been witness to the participatory web in all its present glory? Here is my interpretation of some of his ideas, drawn from his most celebrated book 'Pedagogy of the Oppressed', and presented in six key points as they might apply to the art of educational blogging. 5) Use blogging to support thinking.

Top 11 Blog Posts for 2017

TalentLMS

Scratch out knowledge gaps, and they’re more likely to make actual progress and develop consistently. Now, go have a great new year’s celebration and let the knowledge sink in. The post Top 11 Blog Posts for 2017 appeared first on TalentLMS Blog. TalentLMS Features & Updates 2017 Best of TalentLMS BlogAnother excellent year for TalentLMS, marked by our 5th anniversary, is coming to an end.

BLOG: #UTGForum updates

Unicorn Training

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 sure to follow us on Twitter #UTGForum all day too.Right off to get some coffee.Room filling up nicely!

Blog, Message, Participate – Join the Social Learning Brigade!

Origin Learning

Since rolling it out in September 2014, the number of users has jumped to 14,000 from 250, and 80 percent of the content is socially generated through blogs, forums, discussions and Q&As.”. So positioning it as a learning and knowledge platform forself-development is what works. Can individual performance and expertise be assessed and made a part of performance appraisals in a non-intrusive way? Is it possible to capture the metrics in an engaging and effective way ?