Diigo or Delicious for Beginners?

Experiencing eLearning

One question came up earlier in the discussion that I want to explore a little deeper: if you’re introducing social bookmarking to complete beginniners, would Diigo or Delicious be a better choice?In Delicious is so simple and obviously useful. I’m still inclined to start with delicious and save Diigo for my more advanced users (of which I have very few). You could start with delicious and then move to Diigo later if you want more power. Image citation.

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Collaborative Learning Lessons from Wikipedia (and Small Insects.

Dashe & Thomson

As has been noted in a number of posts here on the Social Learning Blog, including “Collaborative Learning Lessons from Wikipedia (and Small Insects)” and “The $2 Whiteboard Shows Power of Peer-to-Peer Learning”, while a core curriculum of [.]

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3 Learning and Development Lessons From …. M&Ms

Mindflash

M&M’s, those delicious little candies with a mix of colors on the outside and great filling on the inside. Who would have thought they would provide a great lesson about hiring and developing employees?

3 E-Learning Lessons Learned on the Road

Rapid eLearning

There’s a lesson here for those of us who build courses. You can’t go wrong when you mix elearning chit chat with delicious Cheesecake. I’m coming off of back-to-back-to-back conference sessions and elearning workshops.

Balanced Blending: Company Culture Lessons from American Distilleries

Everwise

If you were to sit at an upscale bar in any major American city enjoying a delicious cocktail, chances are at some point you’d glance up and notice ranks of bottles in many colors and shapes decorating the back bar.

10 Training Resources You Can’t Miss in Our Virtual Training Leader’s Summer Kit

Cloudshare

From effective training strategies to tips on making your lessons stick, our Virtual Training Snack Pack is a collection of curated, delicious content created to satisfy every training leader’s need.

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Top 5 Training Material Development Software

Continu

It offers a blended learning format with lessons easily taught via classroom or online. To get users up and running quickly, Schoology offers an easy administrative interface with features like content development, scoring lessons, attendance per course, and reporting functions.

The Renewed Importance of EHR Training – Meaningful Use Incentives.

Dashe & Thomson

Instruction must, therefore, be on an “as-needed&# basis, with concise, easily-accessible, role-based lessons allowing employees to learn in a way that promotes retention without causing burn-out.

Analyzing the ROI of Social Media in Training | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Analyzing the ROI of Social Media in Training by Jim on May 3, 2011 in social learning A continuing theme among my blog posts has been the difficulty of demonstrating the ROI of social learning initiatives. We know that they work, our clients find that they work, but there’s not always a lot of hard evidence out there going in to a project. In no realm has this been more evident than in our constant encouragement of the use of internal social media networks as a crucial benefit-multiplier for any employee training project. As has been noted in a number of posts here on the Social Learning Blog, including “ Collaborative Learning Lessons from Wikipedia (and Small Insects) ” and “ The $2 Whiteboard Shows Power of Peer-to-Peer Learning ”, while a core curriculum of base training material is essential to spark the learning process when new technology or processes are being implemented, it is when people begin talking that the really handy learning begins. We frequently cite a study from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which demonstrated that approximately 70% of all on-the-job learning is done informally, through employee-driven initiative, and through employee-to-employee knowledge transfers. Unfortunately, that study was written in 1996, and is getting a little dated (ok, very dated), which is why a recent post by Nancy Kaplan proved so timely. In “ 3 Benefit Measures – The ROI of Internal Social Media Networks ”, Kaplan demonstrates, with reference to a number of recent studies, that internal social media really does bring big dividends in terms of, well, dividends. As she writes: “A recent Gallup study found that firms with engaged workforces have 2.6 times the earnings per share growth rate compared to their industry counterparts. And an Aberdeen Group study found that companies using Web 2.0 achieved an 18% boost in employee engagement.” Putting everything together accordingly reads like this: Web 2.0 = Engagement = Productivity = $$$. While Nancy’s post is not directly focused on corporate learning, she notes that one of the major benefits of internal social media use is its effect on streamlining operations, which can certainly be said for how social media can streamline knowledge uptake and act as an “ exo-brain ,” for the overworked employee. As an example, she notes that Cisco has cited the use of wikis in saving millions of dollars, by allowing “geographically dispersed staff [to] efficiently work on single documents, share ideas and comments, and decrease development time.” At Dashe & Thomson, we have found wikis to be one of the single cheapest and easiest tools available for aiding in knowledge transfer during a training project. By their nature as an easy to update discussion forum/document repository/collective know-how workspace, wikis provide a natural outlet for the sort of informal learning that is so central to any truly effective learning initiative. While Cisco’s success may be partly attributable to the ability of social media to effectively eliminate distance, you don’t need to be a multi-national to reap the benefits. Internally, we have deployed a number of wikis for some time, and my colleagues are just down the hall. So, long story short, social media once again proves its immense utility in a world where Web 2.0 will increasingly have a role in all facets of modern business, and particularly modern business learning. If you’re not using Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, wikis, etc., for internal purposes yet, it’s time to get on board. Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Print for later Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend Tags: EPSS , LinkedIn , performance support , social learning , social media , system implementation training , Twitter , Wikis About Jim Im a Project Manager for Dashe & Thomson, focused on getting the best results for clients whether big (Fortune 500) or small (Fortune 500,000). My goal is to make sure that no matter the size of the project, each company that comes to us gets immediate, attentive, personal service. When Im not busy helping to change the face of corporate learning, I like to train with the Dashe & Thomson company bike team, travel and read. View all posts by Jim → ← Social Media: The Virtual “Over-The-Partition” Learning Network Why Companies Should Spend More on Social Learning → Download Free Whitepaper The Top 10 Pitfalls of End User Training – and How to Avoid Them Given the current state of the economy, businesses large and small are looking for ways to improve productivity while maintaining quality. Download the whitepaper » Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Print for later Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend 3 Responses to “Analyzing the ROI of Social Media in Training&# Liam McCoy May 10, 2011 at 7:57 pm # Thanks for this. I’ve been looking for some ammo to convince people of social media’s effectiveness, and it’s ever growing role in business, but I’ve had a hard time finding much more than anecdotal evidence. Jim May 11, 2011 at 3:33 pm # Glad you enjoyed the post, Liam! It is amazing how sparse the empirical evidence is for the effectiveness of social media in business, but I imagine as time goes by we’ll see an increasing number of studies to provide a little more “ammo!&# Trackbacks/Pingbacks Why Companies Should Spend More on Social Learning | Social Learning Blog - May 5, 2011 [.] this anecdotal story on the power of social media, however, my colleague Jim Thomson’s latest blog post describes how companies using Web 2.0 technology achieve an 18% boost in employee engagement. And [.] Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Search the blog Popular Latest Comments Tags Web-Based, Instructor-Led, EPSS? Train Your Client On Training January 31, 2011 Leveraging the Law of the Few to Manage Change in the Workplace February 21, 2011 Analyzing the ROI of Social Media in Training May 3, 2011 Why eLearning Development Ratios Can be Hazardous to Your Career November 15, 2010 eLearning Review: A Module for the National Security Arena October 15, 2010 Virtual Boot-Camp: Games and Learning with the U.S. Military May 19, 2011 Give User Adoption the Respect it Deserves May 17, 2011 How Social Networks Can Harness the Power of Weak Ties May 11, 2011 Addressing On-Demand Learning and Performance Needs #LCBQ May 9, 2011 Why Companies Should Spend More on Social Learning May 5, 2011 Gregg Sean: Nice review of the topic , I was seeking to see wh. Rob Mueller: Great post on using games as a training device. Pe. Jim: Glad you enjoyed the post, Liam! It is amazing ho. Liam McCoy: Thanks for this. Ive been looking for some ammo t. Jim: Glad you found the post helpful, Jeff! Properly d. blended learning budgeting Classroom Learning classroom training customer service Donald Kirkpatrick elearning ERP Training Facebook Facilitation feedback ILT Informal Learning innovation instructional design instructor-led training interactive learning Jane Bozarth JIT learning Kanye West LinkedIn LMS marketing MNISPI mobile learning peer-to-peer learning performance support project management Robert Brinkerhoff sales social learning social learning theory social media subject matter experts Success Case Method surveys synchronous system implementation training temporary staffing Training Development Twitter video web-based training Wikis youtube Email Alerts Follow Us! Tweets Follow @dashethomson on Twitter Download Free Whitepaper The Top 10 Pitfalls of End User Training – and How to Avoid Them Given the current state of the economy, businesses large and small are looking for ways to improve productivity while maintaining quality. Download the whitepaper » Blog this! 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All Rights Reserved. Visit us at dashe.com

Learning from The King's Speech | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

In her article* 10 Brainpowered Wonders in the King’s Speech , Dr. Ellen Weber nicely summarizes a few of the lessons this movie teaches us about learning.

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Nashville Notes: Keynote 2 Shelly Sanchez Terrell

Trivantis

Shelly Sanchez Terrell is the author of The 30 Goals Challenge for Teachers: Small Steps to Transform Your Teaching, Learning to Go: Lesson Ideas for Teaching with Mobile Devices, Cell Phones and BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology).

ATD 2018: A Conference for the Books

Litmos

This week we learned an important lesson: it is possible to drink too much coffee. The evening also included a wide variety of delicious food, festive drinks, and of course dancing!

Online Academy Helps to Keep Lectures Where They Belong: Out of.

Dashe & Thomson

In an effort to bridge the time and distance gap, he started making 10-minute videos of math lessons and posting them on YouTube. Quickly, the videos gained an online following, grew like wildfire, and today Khan Academy has delivered more than 42 million lessons.

Not Everyone is a Social Customer | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Not Everyone is a Social Customer by Paul on February 11, 2011 in Development Tools , customer service , social learning A couple weeks ago I wrote a blog about the need to train your clients on the various methods of…training. The heart of the message was that we should challenge ourselves to open our clients’ eyes to more than what they already know and do. Because the world of technology, and for that matter the use of technology in training, is changing so rapidly, most business managers are unaware of the promising user adoption solutions coming to the forefront. This ever-changing technological landscape is currently held captive by social media, and for good reason. The applications everyone from Wired to the Wall Street Journal are talking about are altering the way we interact with each other, the way we purchase goods and services, and the way we learn. The big story last week was how Facebook and Twitter played a lead role in the Egyptian protests against Mubarak, allowing people to bypass the Internet shutdown and post messages via telephone calls. But for every argument there is a counterargument. Are people still just people, customers still customers, and social media simply tools we can all add to our ever-growing belt? Thierry de Baillon , cofounder of Socialearning Consulting, takes this stance in a recent blog post. He declares: “It is time for companies to grow up, and that rather than calling their customers ‘social’ and focusing on tools that are mostly meant for private conversations, they begin to build trusted relationships through their own channels and tools, and follow a business – not bozo – logic. Your customers deserve to be considered seriously, so does your business.” I don’t understand why social media should be off limits to marketers, and beyond direct Facebook messages, I fail to see much privacy in the social media world. I do think Thierry is right in many ways, though. In the end, we still need to develop trusted relationships with our customers and those we do business with. Many of us are getting caught up in the social buzz, but many of us are not. We can only go so far in persuading clients to employ cutting-edge solutions for user adoption and training. Moreover, our clients usually know their audience far better than we ever will. So instead of claiming that ‘There is NO Social Customer’ as Thierry does, I will argue that ‘Not Everyone is a Social Customer.’ We still must identify our clients’ needs, social or not, and tailor our change management and training to fit them. What’s your take on using social media for businesses purposes – be it instructional design, marketing, or otherwise? Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Print for later Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend Tags: Egypt , Facebook , instructional design , marketing , Mubarak , social learning , social media , Thierry de Baillon , Twitter About Paul Im the director of sales and marketing at Dashe & Thomson. Ive worked in sales and marketing with various organizations, including 3M, the Minnesota Timberwolves, Ionix Medical, and the Itasca Project. I live and breathe Minnesota sports and love golfing, boating, skiing, traveling, and attending live music. View all posts by Paul → ← The Power of Your Network Collaborative Learning Lessons from Wikipedia (and Small Insects) → Download Free Whitepaper The Top 10 Pitfalls of End User Training – and How to Avoid Them Given the current state of the economy, businesses large and small are looking for ways to improve productivity while maintaining quality. Download the whitepaper » Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Print for later Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend One Response to “Not Everyone is a Social Customer&# Bernard Keranen March 2, 2011 at 4:46 am # love the blog, thanks for sharing your thoughts Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Search the blog Popular Latest Comments Tags Web-Based, Instructor-Led, EPSS? Train Your Client On Training January 31, 2011 Leveraging the Law of the Few to Manage Change in the Workplace February 21, 2011 Analyzing the ROI of Social Media in Training May 3, 2011 Why eLearning Development Ratios Can be Hazardous to Your Career November 15, 2010 eLearning Review: A Module for the National Security Arena October 15, 2010 Virtual Boot-Camp: Games and Learning with the U.S. Military May 19, 2011 Give User Adoption the Respect it Deserves May 17, 2011 How Social Networks Can Harness the Power of Weak Ties May 11, 2011 Addressing On-Demand Learning and Performance Needs #LCBQ May 9, 2011 Why Companies Should Spend More on Social Learning May 5, 2011 Gregg Sean: Nice review of the topic , I was seeking to see wh. Rob Mueller: Great post on using games as a training device. Pe. Jim: Glad you enjoyed the post, Liam! It is amazing ho. Liam McCoy: Thanks for this. Ive been looking for some ammo t. Jim: Glad you found the post helpful, Jeff! Properly d. blended learning budgeting Classroom Learning classroom training customer service Donald Kirkpatrick elearning ERP Training Facebook Facilitation feedback ILT Informal Learning innovation instructional design instructor-led training interactive learning Jane Bozarth JIT learning Kanye West LinkedIn LMS marketing MNISPI mobile learning peer-to-peer learning performance support project management Robert Brinkerhoff sales social learning social learning theory social media subject matter experts Success Case Method surveys synchronous system implementation training temporary staffing Training Development Twitter video web-based training Wikis youtube Email Alerts Follow Us! Tweets Follow @dashethomson on Twitter Download Free Whitepaper The Top 10 Pitfalls of End User Training – and How to Avoid Them Given the current state of the economy, businesses large and small are looking for ways to improve productivity while maintaining quality. Download the whitepaper » Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Print for later Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend Other Learning Blogs Andrew McAfee’s Blog The Rapid eLearning Blog Big Dog, Little Dog Bozarthzone Discovery Through eLearning E-learning Curve Blog eLearning Roadtrip The Learning Generalist ID and Other Reflections The eLearning Coach Harold Jarche: Life in Perpetual Beta Weejee Learning Making Change: Ideas for Lively eLearning Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development eLearning Technology The Learning Circuits Blog Cammy Bean’s Learning Visions Kapp Notes Internet Time Blog Will at Work Learning eLearning Learning Dave’s Whiteboard Communication Nation Categories blended learning (7) budgeting (2) Classroom Learning (8) customer service (3) Development Tools (4) EHR Training (1) eLearning (13) ERP Training (2) Facilitation (2) feedback (2) Gaming Theory (2) Informal Learning (15) Innovation (1) Instructional Design (10) Leadership (1) LMS (Learning Management System) (3) marketing (2) mobile learning (3) Organizational Change Management (2) performance support (8) Project Management/Project Delivery (6) Reviews (2) sales (3) social learning (27) Social Media (1) subject matter experts (3) system implementation training (3) Temporary staffing (1) Training Development (9) user adoption (1) Video (5) Wikis (3) Archives May 2011 (6) April 2011 (12) March 2011 (13) February 2011 (7) January 2011 (9) December 2010 (7) November 2010 (2) October 2010 (1) September 2010 (1) February 2010 (1) © 2011 Social Learning Blog. All Rights Reserved. Visit us at dashe.com

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The $2 Whiteboard Shows Power of Peer-to-Peer Learning | Social.

Dashe & Thomson

Blog, including “Collaborative Learning Lessons from Wikipedia (and Small Insects)” and “The $2 Whiteboard Shows Power of Peer-to-Peer Learning”, while a core curriculum of base training material is essential to spark the learning process [.]

Welcome to Eric’s Insights

Count5

The article is a little like watching a video that shows you a delicious cake, but doesn’t share the ingredients, the steps involved or the baking instructions. 3 Easy Ways to Make Training More Relevant. Don’t Deliver Training. Deliver Outcomes!

Virtual Boot-Camp: Games and Learning with the U.S. Military.

Dashe & Thomson

The game has an open platform that allows new details to be constantly added, reflecting lessons learned from a recent mission, for example.

Who's Building the Social Learning Roads? | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

Most of the time we end up brainstorming ways to incorporate tools like Twitter or Facebook into his lessons, because even though I may have more experience using social media, the tools are so new that no one really knows the best way to utilize them, for anything really.

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Who's Going to Build the Social Learning Roads?

Dashe & Thomson

Most of the time we end up brainstorming ways to incorporate tools like Twitter or Facebook into his lessons, because even though I may have more experience using social media, the tools are so new that no one really knows the best way to utilize them, for anything really.

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#LS2010 Keynote with Jonah Lehrer: How We Decide

Learning Visions

Can teach a pilot what to do, but the lessons remain abstract. They know what should do, but in that stressful situation the lesson seems far away and pilots struggle to apply… That’s when FSA decided to invest in flight simulators.

Keep your eLearners Engaged with Effective Storytelling

360 Training

They start re-examining how they prepare food and putting measures in place to ensure that their food was fast, delicious, AND safe. Lessons learned: Never avoid malpractices around you. While it is not important to add all the components of the story arc, having the basics (beginning, dilemma, choices, and lesson learned ) can effectively help learners relate to and understand the topic. We all have stories to tell.

10 Things That Learners Pay Attention To (And How to Use Them in eLearning)

SHIFT eLearning

Headlines are a good way to apply this strategy: present your lesson as a "How-to", laying out clearly what problem the rest of the lesson or module will solve. Use an image to draw learners in and set the tone of the lesson, then use other visuals to add meaning to your words.

The Lonely eLearner: Creating Social Learning Anchors | Social.

Dashe & Thomson

Adobe has a twitter widget for Captivate 5 that allows elearninger to ask a Q about a lesson from inside the.swf.

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Leveraging the Law of the Few to Manage Change in the Workplace.

Dashe & Thomson

View all posts by Paul → ← Collaborative Learning Lessons from Wikipedia (and Small Insects) The Impact of Social Learning: Will You Be The First?

Teaching Online Courses – 60 Great Resources

Tony Karrer

I also did some quick searches for various kinds of things and added them into eLearning Learning (via delicious). I received an inquiry about resources that would help instructors who are about to move into teaching online courses. It made me immediately think back to my first experience with an online session. It was the first ever public session for Placeware - a virtual meeting software company that was much later acquired by Microsoft and became Microsoft Live Meeting.

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I think, therefore I blog

Learning with e's

But let's be frank - all teachers create content on a regular basis including lesson plans, assessment tools, learning and teaching resources and new ideas for plenaries, starters or revision. There seems to be a growing divide between teachers who share their content, and teachers who don't.

Hospitality LMS: What to Know

Continu

Twitter, Delicious, Skype, Diigo, SMS, YouTube, LinkedIn, CAS, SAML, Diigo, Adobe Connect, and more. Absorb LMS gives self-guided lessons that have tasks, videos, quizzes, documents, surveys, exams, and more. The hospitality industry is constantly evolving.

Visions and values #EEVV351

Learning with e's

it exposes students to the delicious complexities of pedagogy and schooling.

Various ways to use social media as a facilitator or trainer

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

You may be using a combination of social media that are complementary: Yammer for support and contact, Scrumble for brainstorming, a wiki to collect information and documents, a unique hashtag in delicious to build a joint library.

The Beginner’s Mind

Training Industry

The environment invited me to view every breath, delicious meal and meditation through hours of yoga and quiet time for reflection. The coaching challenge here is simple - do something new, a yoga retreat with a daughter – a cooking lesson with your son - a sack race at the kid’s field day - a tandem jump out of an airplane - attending a class to learn something new such as dancing or fishing.

Myths and Legends – Learning Systems

eLearning 24-7

Sounds delicious, tastes like turpentine. Lessons. Yes, you can argue that folks have to take a lesson, but drop that in the outhouse. In the mid seventies, as a child, my folks went up to the area where the Lincoln County war was (i.e. Billy the Kid territory). At a restaurant there, upon checking out, they had an enclosed area with artifacts. One of them, was according to the restaurant, Geronimo’s finger. Now, to me as a kid, it looked like a tootsie roll. .

PeLC's digital footprint

Learning with e's

I'm sat here exactly one week after the 5th Plymouth e-Learning Conference - #PeLC10 - ended, and reflecting on another great event which everyone seemed to enjoy and learn from. As part of my reflection on the event I have been looking at the digital footprint the conference has left on the Web.

Slugs and snails and social enzymes

Learning with e's

No, we are not isolated learners, but learn our most important lessons whilst in conversation with others. Learning has rarely been a solo activity.

What's the big deal about microlearning?

Yarno

Microlearning shouldn’t, however, be assumed to be simply taking one lesson or module and breaking it up. Deliciousness aside, that doesn’t quite make sense when we’re trying to save our employees time, does it? It’s 9am Monday and you’ve got 237 e-mails to reply to. 5 deadlines to meet. A team of reports that desperately need your ‘immediate' attention. And there’s one more thing that you can’t quite put your finger on…. Oh, dear… There’s that 3-day training program this week.

Top 113 eLearning Posts and 28 Hottest Topics for 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

How do we come up with these - well it’s based on social signals (clicks, views, twitter, delicious and more). Lesson I: Making your own Custom Articulate Player | LearnNuggets - LearnNuggets , May 20, 2010. Here it is - the very best posts and the hottest topics for 2010. So, really, you’ve been voting on this all year long just based on your activity. Congrats to all for making the list! Twitter for Learning – 55 Great Articles - eLearning Technology , March 24, 2010.