The Corporate Blogging Book
Clive on Learning
MAY 1, 2007
This time it's The Corporate Blogging Book by Debbie Weil, which promises to tell you 'absolutely everything you need to know to get it right'. Well, I don't know about that, but I'm sure it will answer an awful lot of questions for anyone considering setting up a public corporate blog or getting blogging going within the firewall. Where would I be without my train journeys to London? Another trip, another book.
Web 2.0 Applications in Learning
MARCH 3, 2008
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. The participants were Learning Professionals from a cross section of Corporations, Academia, Military, Government (IRS was well represented and a little scary) and Non-profits.
AUGUST 26, 2008
Thatâ€™s how we use Google and corporate wikis and instant messenger. Learnscape architects have implemented miniature versions of the internet behind corporate firewalls that provide all of these things, from peer-rated FAQs to wizards, on-line help desks, and best practices repositories. He later asks: Overall, what are corporate blogs, feeds, aggregators, wikis, mash-ups, locator systems, collaboration environments, and widgets, if not performance support?
Instructional Design in the Collective World of YouTubers
Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development
NOVEMBER 11, 2006
Because at the end he beautifully states that "the collective nature at the heart of our industry's future will not merely dictate that everyone pitch in and create a section of the training, but rather everyone pitch in and create as much of the training as possible" A YouTube-style video upload service behind the corporate firewall is simply the natural video extension of the corporate blogs. This article by A.D. Detrick via Training Day is an interesting read.