Blogging Inside or Outside the Corporate Firewall

Tony Karrer

I did suggest that they would either use a Wiki behind the firewall or use a password protected Wiki - because that's where the work product goes. Certainly, if it's in your brain, you leave with it. If it's captured in a system inside the corporate firewall, it won't go outside.

Shaping an eLearning Solution

Zephyr Learning

To create this desire to learn we need to understand the foundations of cognitive learning processes and constructivist methods and how to implement brain stimulation to maintain knowledge development momentum. A study carried out by neurologists in Brussels stated that the brain goes in to auto-shut down after 10 minutes if it is not stimulated!

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Piecing together collaboration and cooperation

Clark Quinn

Note that the firewall tends to cross the middle of the diagram, and by blocking access you’re effectively cutting off a portion of the corporate brain! In an insightful piece , Harold Jarche puts together how collaboration and cooperation are needed to make organizations work ‘smarter’, integrating workgroups with the broader social network by using communities of practice as the intermediary.

Leadership Webinar Wisdom: Six Critical Elements for Engagement and Learning

Infopro Learning

We start our webinars with an interactive brain teaser that has relevance to the topic. There’s no getting around it… webinars involve technology and technology (the Internet, your computer, your webinar administrator’s computer, the webinar platform system you are using, your firewall, even your power) can have its good days and its bad days. Involving the Learner.

What Do You Mean?

The Performance Improvement Blog

While we as a customer-centric longtail company are still on the runway, we need to each firewall enough time to allow out-of-the-box thinking and strategize the low-hanging fruit in the marketplace. Dan Pallotta, president of Advertising for Humanity and HBR blogger, in a post titled “I Don't Understand What Anyone Is Saying Anymore”, writes about business jargon and how it affects communication in organizations.

Cyber Security

Ed App

Bear in mind that network firewalls can only do so much. This method is closely tied to Hermann Ebbinghaus’ forgetting curve theory, which argues that information easily slips out of the human brain unless an effort is made to retain it. Spaced repetition tricks the brain into thinking that the new knowledge acquired is important by revisiting the topics. Level up your training with EdApp’s Brain Boost, a training tool that’s based on the science of spaced repetition.

LMS Spotlight: Topyx

eLearning Weekly

As part of my research on LMS options, I found one that is so inexpensive that it still boggles my brain. That might be bad news for companies that require behind the firewall solutions, but it’s great news for small companies or companies with inundated IT departments. Let me get right to the price before I share the features: $15,000 per year. For Topyx, that’s it. If you have been a part of purchasing an LMS, you know that 15 grand a year is practically unbelievable.

What’s Happening with OLIVE? Find Out.

Kapp Notes

OLIVE is one of the only enterprise-grade, virtual world technology solutions available today that is capable of providing private, secure, persistent three-dimensional (3-D) environments behind or in front of firewalls. selected the InWorld Solutions system and OLIVE to provide a new virtual therapy modality of treatment to military personnel and veterans with mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and complex psychological health (PH) issues.

Security for WordPress Websites with Kathy Zant from Wordfence Security Plugin

LifterLMS

The firewall that prevents malicious traffic from hitting your site is the major feature of Wordfence that helps to protect over 2 million sites on the internet. It’s primarily a firewall. Chris Badgett: What is a firewall for the non-techy? Well, the firewall is looking at the traffic that’s coming into your website and analyzing it based on a number of parameters.

Learning’s not in Kansas Anymore Toto *

Learning Cafe

Processes and systems within our organisations will need to operate much the same as technology outside the firewall or consumers will pass us by. The brain we desire is really the sum of the other two parts. Have you noticed the speed of change and the growing uncertainty we’re currently experiencing? Get used to it because it’s probably not going to change anytime soon. World power bases are shifting and accepted economic norms are moving with them.

Working smarter

Jay Cross

Working smarter draws ideas from design thinking, network optimization, brain science, user experience design, learning theory, organizational development, social business, technology, collaboration, web 2.0 I am encouraging companies to consider using private versions behind their firewalls for dynamic knowledge management. Higher ground. I don’t talk much about training or learning any more. You can train people but they may or may not learn. Training often fizzles.

Origins of “eLearning”

Jay Cross

Learning is whatever gets past their personal firewalls (AKA skulls) and lodges in the brain. On April Fool’s Day of this year, I wrote the following page in the Learnscaping un-book. I meant to be serious. Coincidence happens. Isaac Newton (1643-1727) and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz (1646-1716) invented calculus at the same time but independently of one another! wikipedia ).

Origins of “eLearning”

Jay Cross

Learning is whatever gets past their personal firewalls (AKA skulls) and lodges in the brain. Home Speaker Contact internet time alliance Learnstream Resources Internet Time Blog from Jay Cross and Internet Time Group Origins of “eLearning&# by Jay Cross on November 30, 2008 On April Fool’s Day of this year, I wrote the following page in the Learnscaping un-book. I meant to be serious. Coincidence happens.

Origins of “eLearning”

Jay Cross

Learning is whatever gets past their personal firewalls (AKA skulls) and lodges in the brain. Home Speaker Contact internet time alliance Learnstream Resources Internet Time Blog from Jay Cross and Internet Time Group Origins of “eLearning&# by Jay Cross on November 30, 2008 On April Fool’s Day of this year, I wrote the following page in the Learnscaping un-book. I meant to be serious. Coincidence happens.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: My Top Ten Tools for 2009

Learning Visions

My blog is part of my external brain. Hey Mark, Would love to hear more about how youre using Yammer within the firewall as well as those IJAs youre creating with Articulate. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. Wednesday, April 15, 2009 My Top Ten Tools for 2009 Cammys Top 10 Tools of 2009 These are my favorite tools in support of my own learning adventures.

Bob Little – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

The parallel concept of Bring Your Own Content (BYOC) has also been suggested and, as mobile devices – smartphones and tablets – have circumvented corporate firewalls, the ability for learners to source, select and consume their own learning materials when and where they choose is becoming a reality. However, it is still too easy – given today’s authoring tools – for a subject matter expert to produce a ‘brain dump’ and call it e-learning.

Informal Learning – the other 80%

Jay Cross

Situating our brains in our heads oversimplifies the situation; our brains are distributed throughout our bodies. The hunger for proprietary knowledge does not stop at the firewall. If I’ve got a thorny problem to solve, I tell myself “the boys in the backroom” of my brain will work on it as I sleep, and most of the time I magically awake the next morning with an answer. Years ago a start-up commissioned me to write a white paper that would help put them on the map.

Why Corporate Training is Broken And How to Fix It

Jay Cross

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. Now they store information in their outboard brains — their hard drive, or, more likely, the cloud. Why Corporate Training is Broken And How to Fix It. Executive Summary 3. Where Corporate Learning Came From 3. Corporate Learning Today 5.

Ten years after

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Human resources are more important than natural resources, brains more important than brawn. Training” extends outside the firewall. Frustrated by firewalls, many employees shifted training activities to their homes. The Information Era has arrived. The Machine Age is over. The rules have changed. The sky has fallen in. Networks are connecting everyone and everything. Clocks run faster. In this topsy-turvy world, few things are predictable. %&#* happens.