How to Save ‘Social Learning’ Before We Destroy It


Social Learning is a term that is rapidly spreading throughout the learning and performance field. The phrase and topic “social learning” followed shortly thereafter within the learning and performance industry. Image used under Creative Commons by Flickr user Jeff McNeill.

Want People to Learn? Get Them to Collaborate


collaboration to help people work together more easily and improve performance through learning. High Tech or Low Tech: It’s About Performance. Image used under Creative Commons by Flickr user drumm.

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Is it a Classroom or a Prison? Some Common Sense on Measuring Training Effectiveness


This is the type of common sense that doesn’t turn into ROI, but I think more accurately measures many programs. Yes, there will always be the student who LOVES classes (and hint, hint — the student who LOVES all classes is typically a lower-performing employee).

Three Simple Ways to Get Started with Social Learning


Yammer , Clearvale , and Socialcast all offer free versions. Learning professionals should focus on finding ways to make it easier for people to come together toward a common goal. Image used under Creative Commons by Flickr user Tatiana12.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: My Top Ten Tools for 2009

Learning Visions

Check out all the other top ten lists from learning professionals at Jane Harts Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies. Also really starting to get into Yammer. or status is better, but I stumbled on Yammer first - created T&D internal microblog.not too shabby. Hey Mark, Would love to hear more about how youre using Yammer within the firewall as well as those IJAs youre creating with Articulate. Bob Mosher: Performance Support and Learning at th.

Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

Twitter, Yammer), wikis, blogs, discussion groups, etc. Sometimes it’s easier to add smarts to the workflow (performance support) than to stuff things into people’s heads. This is especially true when the content is more about compliance than performance.