Are We Approaching Collaborative eLearning Wrong? - The Individual is the New Group

Tony Karrer

I ran across a recent article by Stowe Boyd - Matthew Glotzbach on Consumer Collaboration that is an interesting look at how the workforce is changing and it has some implications for learning professionals. My recent post around Collaborative Online Assignments and my experience with Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0

Moving from One to Many - LMS Products are Two Generations Behind

Tony Karrer

I ran across an article by Bob Mosher in CLO entitled: Moving from One to Many that discusses the disconnect of what LMS products are focusing on "competency mapping and effective resource management" vs. what Bob sees as the overall industry trend - "industry shifting its overall training focus away from skills acquisition to an overall strategy of project-based and outcome-driven learning." Learning teams and projects need to be assigned based on job roles.

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The key to understanding what’s going on

Jay Cross

The 50,000 foot view of what’s going on in social networks and informal learning has changed very little In the last five years. In yesterday’s presentation for Collaborative Learning 04, we asked “In business culture, where’s the pendulum this year?&#. Knowledge management and corporate learning may never be the same. For those interested in how companies learn and share their smarts, it has begun already.

Co-creation

Jay Cross

Informal Learning – the other 80%. “learning (co-creation of knowledge)&#. “If we look at learners positively, we see that their learning creates new knowledge. Learners can give more than they take by sharing what they learned and how they learned it with others. Performance is what it’s all about; that deals with organizational objectives and metrics, the impact of learning, and how performance improvement is implemented. groupware.