First week of 2012

Moodle Journal

Migration, Migration As part of the college merger project, the Christmas break has been used to migrate Orpington College Moodle vle away from hosting with ULCC and onto our own internal servers, a move that involved a change from unix/Linux to Windows. The rationale was primarily a cost saving exercise, and given that we have the in-house expertise to make it happen, we have, and all appears to be running very well.

VLE 100

Learning Record Stores with Tim Martin #ASTDTK14

Learning Visions

Tin Can 101: It’s a shared system for two systems to talk about the things that a person does. There’s much more here: [link] ) TinCan allows simulators, servers, mobile devices, etc to communicate. It uses a RESTful web Server (and yes, I had to ask what this is: a more commonly adopted web service architecture. link] ) Two parties in xAPI/Tin Can: Activity Provider and the Learning Record Store How might you use Tin Can today? The sim sends statements.

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How to use eLearning for Employee Onboarding

eFront

In the times of yore, when employees looked forward to a lifetime of employment in a company like General Motors and IBM, managers could afford to have their new hires “learn on the job” After all what’s the harm in allowing employees a few months to get up to speed, when you compare it to the 30 plus years that they’d work for the company? Hitting the ground running. eLearning based onboarding.

Wikis for Improving Productivity

Experiencing eLearning

I’m liveblogging the webinar Growing in a Down Market with PBwiki. They used UStream for the audio, in addition to the typical phone line. I know I’m a little late to the party, but this is actually the first time I’ve used UStream. RMC Vanguard is a mortgage company–able to do major increases in their business even with the economy not good for mortgage companies right now. Getting People to Use the Wiki. Provided training.

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