Instructional Design, Crowdsourcing, Audio, Typography, Blogs, & Psych

Big Dog, Little Dog

Handle a budget. Blog authority as measured by Technorati is declining. The Great ID Debate - eLearning Roadtrip. These days a good ID needs to be able to write instructional objective. Conduct a content analysis. And an audience analysis. Measure job/performance outcomes.

When the Game's Up

Charles Jennings

Yet if the CIPD data is to be believed, over the past 2 years (when the budget pressure has really been on) only 39% of UK organisations have introduced or extended the use of eLearning – for which I think we can read ‘technology-supported learning’ as a whole.

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$1 million e-learning no more…


Fast forward to today… budgets and timelines are shrinking, your audience is global and change is a constant thing. Rather than trying to build the “$1 Million course”, this approach immediately let’s you exploit your existing content, get some benefits of moving on-line and make improvements as your budget permits. Home About Podcasts Videos Xyleme Inc.

Herding Cats or Managing Informal Learning

The Learning Circuits

20% of the average learning budget is going to enhancing informal learning which makes up 80% of all workplace learning. But the main reason for informal only taking up 20% of the normal budget is that we haven't been paying attention to it.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Will Thalheimer and the Answer to Who Learns What from Where

Mark Oehlert

The question then has to become, if you believe that they are self-evident, what the hell happened to our design and budget priorities?

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Soapbox for the Day: Academic Journals like Field Methods, that dont support things like access to their content

Mark Oehlert

Want to know where EduPunk can make a dent thatll matter in terms of budgets, openness of research and so on? Tell your institutions to start contacting the academics on the other end of these journals and asking why the hell they continue to participate in an outmoded channel of production that strangles library budgets and restricts already paid for research to those who can afford it and then refuses to allow that content to be freely shared.

Finders keepers, losers weepers

Clive on Learning

But he's not convinced that bottom-up approaches usurp the traditional disciplines: Folksonomies are great for surfing what Technorati calls the World Live Web, They are an amazing new tool for trendspotting and for revealing desire lines. Bottom-up approaches fill the gaps left when the top-down budget runs out, and compensate for its occasional inadequacies. A while back, someone (I think it was Jay Cross ) posted about Ambient Findability by Peter Morville.

performance.learning.productivity: Getting to the Core of Learning Content in the Internet Age

Charles Jennings

Although formal learning only constitutes about 10-20% of the actual learning that occurs in organisations, it’s the visible part of the iceberg and the part where most of the budget and L&D resource is focused. Technorati Tags: learning , learning content , find skills

7 Proven Techniques for Keeping Your E-Learning Customers Happy - The Rapid eLearning Blog

Rapid eLearning

Explain that although additional changes can be made, it may negatively impact the project timeline (and budget). Technorati. The Rapid Elearning Blog. 7 Proven Techniques for Keeping Your E-Learning Customers Happy. January 22nd, 2008. 29 comments. It’s a tricky balance working with customers. They commission the elearning courses, pay the bills, and are the ultimate authority for their elearning projects. So you have to listen to what they want.

's How to Save Time & Money Building Your Next E-Learning Course - The Rapid eLearning Blog

Rapid eLearning

The obvious answer is “budget&# !! Or it’s about the budget…and we need to do what’s best for that particular circumstance. Technorati. The Rapid Elearning Blog. Here’s How to Save Time & Money Building Your Next E-Learning Course. December 4th, 2007. 17 comments. Unless you work for the Count of Monte Cristo, you most likely have limited resources to build your e-learning courses. So any opportunity to save time (and money) is a good thing.