Corporate Policies on Web 2.0

Tony Karrer

One of the barriers commonly cited during my presentations around eLearning 2.0 (use And most corporate guidelines out there around social media are fairly similar. They generally make each employee personally responsible, they need to abide by existing corporate rules, obey copyright and other IP rules, keep secrets and act appropriately. tools as part of our eLearning 2.0

eLearning Topics

Tony Karrer

Back in 2007, I pointed out various aspects of what I was seeing: strategy/strategic and performance are back as topics after dropping way down in 2006 surprisingly trainer is also back, you would think in the age of eLearning 2.0 And now, because of eLearning Learning , I have a much better way to track these things over a much more interesting content sets. eLearning Technology. Browse eLearning Content


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Training Site Roundup

Dashe & Thomson

Site 100

2012 in retrospective: top 10 posts

Challenge to Learn

In this post I will have a look at 2012 based on the top 10 post of this blog. There are three post in this list (on 1, 4 and 10) about a new metaphor for eLearning. An other interesting development here is Michael Allens SAM, an agile methodology for eLearning development. On his corporate blog is an interview with him on SAM. My post from the mobile eLearning conference on trends also made the top 10. e-Learning 2012 in retrospective elearning top10

Making Tweeps

eLearning Cyclops

One can also post their Twitter feeds in courses, web pages, corporate blogs, etc. I have followed sessions at elearning conferences and even had several tweeps there surprised that I was not physically in attendance, but was so involved in the session's conversation (backchannel). I having been using Twitter for several years now and still loving it. The only issue I have are the challenges of getting others to adopt it.

Blog Book Tour: Week Two

Kapp Notes

We are kicking off week two of the Gadgets, Games and Gizmos for Learning book tour. The first week was a lot of fun sparking all types of discussions. Check out these additional posts relating to discussions about the book: Men and Women- Games and Learning On Games, Learning and Gender So What Kind of Gamer are You?

Where Have You Gone, Joe DiMaggio (and did you take instructor-led training with you, or what)?

Dashe & Thomson

My first Google search turned up this ambitious marketing assertion: Instructor-led training is considered to be the most effective method of corporate education, as it best facilitates real-time interaction, in-depth information sharing and direct response to questions. I’m not sure if it’s appropriate to use this acronym in a corporate blog, but: WTF? Just for fun, I then decided to see how these entries would stack up against the perennial cool-kid: eLearning.

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Informal learning: Why it matters to a business


What the employer has to do is to develop a goal-oriented eLearning strategy for employees to follow, and make sure they know how to close performance gaps without adversely affecting the objectives of the company. Creative employers can even go as far as to establish a dedicated corporate blog where all team members can contribute, initiate discussions and bring up common problems for group solving.

Blog Book Tour-- First Update

Kapp Notes

The blog book tour is going well, great contributions on the tour "stops" Be sure to check out the stops below. Also, we've had Rupa from Writer's Gateway join the tour with her posting Gadgets, Games and Gizmos for Learning-My Thoughts on Chapter 1. Check out all the stops below and add your own comments and insights. Join in the conversation! Week One Day One: 09/10/07 - A podcast interview with Brent Schlenker. Please stop by and have a listen.

Blog Book Tour Begins

Kapp Notes

Today is the beginning of a 14 stop blog book tour. During the Blog Book tour, I will be not be posting on Kapp Notes , instead, I will be posting on the the blogs which are listed below. During the tour, the participating blogs will post interviews, stories, reactions, insights, related stories and even reviews of Gadgets, Games and Gizmos for Learning. Below are the tour dates and "stop" locations.

Blog Book Tour: Week One Recap

Kapp Notes

He and I discussed the book, the boomer/gamer knowledge gap and the blog book tour. Also, check out his stop on the tour Blog Book Tour Stop: Gadgets, Games and Gizmos talks about how kids provide great insight into new learning technologies and techniques. Also, an honorable mention to Christy Tucker from Experiencing E-Learning who left comments at several of the blog tour stops.look for her stop coming up!

March Big Question: Supporting New Managers?

The Learning Circuits

Ok, so it looks like Learning Circuits Blog is not a spam blog after all. Please answer this question by posting to your own blog or commenting on this post. For further help in how to participate via blog posts, see the side bar.) Michele Eby Media Partners Trainer's Blog 6 Ways to Bring New Managers Up to Speed Karyn Romeis Karyn's blog March's Big Question: What would you do to support new managers?

How Companies Are Approaching Diversity and Inclusion


Corporations are now boring through traditional, more intrinsic categorizations (e.g, As Clorox observed on its corporate blog , “If you cannot answer the diversity question clearly and favorably when it is asked in the recruiting process, young people are going to choose to work elsewhere.”. Bayer has implemented eLearning modules as a way of providing ongoing diversity education to employees.

New Blog

Tony Karrer

Ingrid O'Sullivan has a new blog and is the first person to take me up on my post 100 Conversation Topics which asks people to start a conversation with me and get aggregated into 100 conversations. Ingrid's post tells a bit of a story that is likely familiar to other authors of a relatively new blog. Ingrid tells us that among her hardest challenges is deciding what to write in the blog. I'm pretty new to blogging [.] noob's experience after 100-ish days of blogging.

Web 2.0 Applications in Learning

Tony Karrer

Last week I presented a session at ASTD TechKnowledge entitled eLearning 2.0 - Applications and Implications. There were about 7 examples mentioned including Intuit using a Wiki-like system for customers to ask questions/get advice around taxes, using a group blog with students prior to a formal learning event, the US Army's use of collaboration tools to share best practices in Iraq, and several others. Getting Value from LinkedIn , Thomas Davenport and Blogging - He is Wrong!

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February Big Question: What Questions?

The Learning Circuits

Please answer this question by posting to your own blog or commenting on this post. For further help in how to participate via blog posts, see the side bar.) Participating Blogs: The form for February's Big Question has been closed. Tony Karrer eLearning Technology Clive Sheppard What Questions Adele Lim learning & development Feb Big Question: What Qs should we be asking? The February Big Question goes to the root of what The Big Question is all about.

Final ReCap of Blog Book Tour for Gadgets, Games and Gizmos for Learning

Kapp Notes

Well the Blog Book Tour is finally over and what a great experience. I want to thank all of the people who took time to blog about the book and join in the tour. He and I discussed the book, the boomer/gamer knowledge gap and the blog book tour. Tony O' Driscoll added an entry on his blog Blog Book Tour Stop: Gadgets, Games and Gizmos. Week 4 started with Lisa Neal at eLearn Mag. Here is a recap of all the stops.

Quality vs. Speed

The Learning Circuits

Please answer this question by posting to your own blog. For further help in how to participate via blog posts, see the side bar.) Shilpa Patwardhan Closed World Motivate to Learn TATA Interactive Systems TATA Interactive Systems Corporate Blog Quality Vs. Speed patrick dunn occasional rants The Big Question is how dumb this Big Question is Tony Karrer Learning Circuits Blog Big Question Follow-up Tony Karrer eLearning Technology Are There Trade-Offs?

Past Experiences. Present Challenges. Future Predictions.

The Learning Circuits

Please post your responses to these 3 questions on your blog. The Big Question Process You can find more details over in the sidebar, but simply answer these questions by posting your response on your own blog. When you have it ready, come back here to Learning Circuits Blog and fill out the form below regarding your post. Be sure to comment on other participants blogs. It's the beginning of another month! Time for another The Big Question.

Big Question - PowerPoint

The Learning Circuits

Please answer this question by posting to your own blog or commenting on this post. For further help in how to participate via blog posts, see the side bar.) Dave's Whiteboard The power's in the point 10-May-2007 20:48:29 Tony Karrer eLearning Technology PowerPoint - A Question 10-May-2007 15:05:59 Gary Hegenbart eLearning Development News The Value of PowerPoint 10-May-2007 12:51:52 Giulia Calfapietro La Community di LTEver P.P.: