Tools 2.0

Bottom-Line Performance

Our blog topic for the month of January will be Web 2.0 There has been a lot of talk over the past few years about Web 2.0 Then again, the term web 2.0 Web 2.0 Instead of a one-way push of information out around the world, Web 2.0 In other words, Web 2.0

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The survival of higher education (2): Changing times

Learning with 'e's

My two keynotes were conceived, written and presented over a decade ago in 2000, at a time when the Web was still in its infancy. I was certainly speaking for a time before the advent of what is now referred to as Web 2.0 or the ‘social web’. The Changing Web (2.0) Web 2.0

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Many encounters

Learning with e's

I had a very busy, and slightly bizarre day today filled with encounters. tools (I demonstrated the wisdom of crowds, folksonomies and social tagging through a number of 'get out of your seat' activities which seemed to go down well) and problem based learning.

Learning and KM: Separated at birth?

Jay Cross

Andrew McAfee , Principal Research Scientist , Center for Digital Business – MIT Sloan School of Management and Author, Enterprise 2.0. An unexpected surprise has been the enthusiastic adoption of the wiki by even the least Web 2.0

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More rogue.

Janet Clarey

Catherine Lombardozzi, also earlier this year, I think that creating an informal learning strategy in support of business learning needs is mostly about aggregating, organizing, and making available a variety of resources that can support learning on a specific topic, similar to how I’ve talked about learning environments in the past. in which I’m disagreeing with the idea of Web 2.0 ‘design’ entirely.

Even learning is miscellaneous

Clive on Learning

The series was titled Doing the Business and sought to teach managers and professionals how to communicate more effectively using sound design principles and harnessing the power of modern technology. The problem was that our courses were neither pure soft skills (where technology rarely rears its ugly head) nor IT training (where good design in presentations, printed documents or web content never gets a mention).