The Return of the (Digital) Native | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS The Return of the (Digital) Native by Jim on March 25, 2011 in mobile learning In recent years, we’ve all heard a lot about digital natives.

10 Social Media Tools For Learning

The eLearning Coach

Do you have a training or information need that could benefit from a social media strategy? So here are descriptions of ten applications representing different social media technologies that promote learning. Category: Social Networking Platform.

Survey shows people take training as infrequently as they go to a conference; but they learn continuously in other ways

Jane Hart

Search the Social Web (using Google. Connect with others in public social networks. Participate in an enterprise social network/. Live chats/instant messages/Skype chats. Use a coach (in person or online). Social learning

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The Most Important Drivers of Employee Engagement

Your Training Edge

For example, using social media for an “employee of the week” program is a great idea. Millennials, who will comprise 75% of the workforce by 2025, want mentoring, coaching, and support at work. 71% of all workers in the U.S. are not fully engaged, while 26% are actively disengaged.

Your eLearning courses could be closer to your trainees with a Virtual Classroom LMS integration


A virtual classroom LMS is an eLearning tool that brings your students/employees closer to your coach or teacher. With this feature of Paradiso LMS, you will have a face-to-face contact with your learning team, wherever you want.

How Micro-Learning Boosts “At the Moment Performance” - Tip #114

Vignettes Learning

What is your instant reaction? [ ] Write an explanation and email it back. [ ] Find a link and send it to the person. [ ] Tell the person to use keywords and search online. It was faster for me to use Monosnap, a tool that allows me to instantly capture screens, annotate them and get a URL.

Summarizing Learn for Yourself

Jay Cross

Sharing is an act of learning and can be considered your responsibility for the greater social learning contract. I just copied a rough draft of my new book, Learn For Yourself , into a free summarizer. In a few seconds, it reduced my 116-page manuscript to 10 items.

Top 10 eLearning Bloggers For 2015 [Infographic]


Teenagers have SnapChat to exchange self-destructing instant messages. He is also an EduTechpreneur, eLearning Analyst, Speaker and Social Media Addict. The eLearning Coach is where she shares actionable strategies, practical content, product reviews and resources to help you design, develop and understand online learning. Parents have Facebook to post photos of their kids. Fans have Twitter to get their daily gossip.

Collaborative Learning Anthropologist and Specialist (CLA): Enterprise 2.0, Web 2.0 and Learning Career or Job Opportunities

Vignettes Learning

Collaborative and Social Networking Systems. tool and is positioned as a champion, e.g. Wiki, Blog, Second-Life, social media, etc. Social Media Specialist - converts content into short, enticing, provocative, rapid, instant media with the likes of YouTube , e.g. CommonCrafts presentation and Institute of Social Research. Online Coach - uses video and audio conferencing, Instant Messaging, Twitter, tracking to support coaching roles.

Embrace Active Learning (And 7 More Call Center Training Tips)


Which is one reason why regular coaching can valuable as a form of ongoing training. Coaches can help provide perspective on interactions and remind customer service agents not to take things personally. Your call center is the front line of your company.

Free L&D webinars for March 2019

Limestone Learning

AR can combine images, sound, movies, games, search engines, databases, social media, and the web, and explode them across the physical world, revealing invisible stories around products, processes, and operations. People are social animals.

Building a Performance Ecosystem

CLO Magazine

Former Thomson Reuters CLO Charles Jennings highlights the 70:20:10 framework for thinking about organizational learning: 10 percent of what we need to know to do our jobs comes from courses, 20 percent from mentoring or coaching, and 70 percent is learned on the job through independent initiative. Leaders are also trying to figure out how to create an infrastructure to augment the organizational culture and support formal, performance support and social learning.