Where I Get Blog Post Ideas

Experiencing eLearning

They ask how I come up with ideas, especially when I’ve been blogging so long. My ideas for posts come from several sources. Online Discussions: When someone asks a good question in a forum (LinkedIn group discussions, eLearning Heroes, etc.), Image Credit: Idea!

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Andrew Townsend Responds to #AskMeMonday Discussing Video Framing

eLearning Brothers

For more video ideas, check out the video blog or send me your questions on social media. The post Andrew Townsend Responds to #AskMeMonday Discussing Video Framing appeared first on eLearning Brothers. Watching videos can bring out emotions in us.

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What Sharing Ideas At Work Does For Us

Nick Leffler

There are many benefits from sharing ideas at work. I thought it would be good to write this because I occasionally hear people talk about sharing creates stolen ideas and in return fighting over those stolen ideas. There are other thoughts on why sharing ideas at work shouldn’t be done but my focus on why it’s a good idea is based on this opposition. Every time I share ideas with others and have a discussion with them I get better.

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Discussion with Lucid Meetings

Kapp Notes

2) How did you develop the idea for the product? But we found that to run an effective meeting we would have multiple applications going and we were constantly switching between apps: MS Word for the agenda, Evernote for note taking, Web Conferencing for screen sharing, you get the idea.

Seven Simple Secrets to Off-the-Shelf Course Success

They have a built-in support group to ask questions, share ideas, and evaluate. As discussed. Social learning can increase engagement, stimulate discussion, and establish credibility in. periodic “lunch & learns” where employees can discuss the recent training they’ve taken.

Culture before Content: 3 Steps for Warming Up Your Organization to the Idea of Microlearning

Axonify

So, in order to get your organization micro-ready, you’ll likely need to do some homework to help people warm up to the idea. After all, we’ve been conditioned to accept the traditional idea of institutional learning since we were 5 years old.

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Finding Good Ideas, Design Sprints and Designing Games

Kapp Notes

The first video is about “finding” good ideas. “Where do good ideas come from?” I think the thought process that is discussed is interesting and can apply, a least a little, to instructional game design.

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‘Discussion forum': don’t let the name of the tool put you on the wrong learning design track

The eLearning Nomad

They’re usually called discussion forums or discussion boards and are the most commonly used tool for answering questions as well as for any conversations we have in an online learning space. To keep with the name, discussion forums are generally used for a discussion activity.

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EdisonLearning Officials Discuss the Future of K-12 Education

Kapp Notes

Recently I attended an online discussion facilitated by the educational company EdisonLearning who recently acquired a product called Provost. The goal of the discussion was to talk about the acquisition of the new product but also to discuss the future of education as EdisonLearning envisons it. I love the idea of an organization looking at new designs for schools.much needed.

7 Ideas to Market an LMS Internally

Qintil

This will require some thought and discussion with the team that you have assembled to conduct the internal marketing. 6 months out may sound like it’s a quite some time but ultimately the idea is that the desired users become accustomed to the system. Some initial ideas: Workshops. The above ideas help to provide an educative experience for users to pick up and test the system. The post 7 Ideas to Market an LMS Internally appeared first on Qintil.

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“Post once, reply twice”: uninspiring online discussion boards and what to do about them

The eLearning Nomad

Remove the assessment requirement and the discussion boards are (almost) empty. It becomes an exercise in semantics: how to say the same using different words so you’re not caught copying other people’s ideas. So how then do you get a real and meaningful discussion going?

The Conversation Catalyst - Create High-Speed Webinar Discussions - Tip #154

Vignettes Learning

Key Ideas to help you: 1. Weave participants' comments into your conclusion and in relation to the content Conclusion Learners learn by contributing their own interpretations and applications of the ideas.

Reach more learners – 6 ideas for marketing your training

Sponge UK

You could include a forum or social space inside your own LMS and encourage learners to take part in a discussion about the training there. Download the Elearning Communications Plan Template The post Reach more learners – 6 ideas for marketing your training appeared first on Sponge UK.

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Idea Management and Design – You Mean PKM?

Nick Leffler

Idea Management and Design, that sounds close to what I know as Personal Knowledge Management (PKM). Breaking down idea management from the MSLOC430 blog, it’s very familiar to me: Sourcing – who contributes ideas, and how do you collect them (seek). Filtering – how do you evaluate ideas to find the most promising or innovative. Everybody starts agreeing with each other and when an idea is new and radical it has a tendency to get shot down by the masses.

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Culture before Content: 3 Steps for Warming Up Your Organization to the Idea of Microlearning

Axonify

So, in order to get your organization micro-ready, you’ll likely need to do some homework to help people warm up to the idea. After all, we’ve been conditioned to accept the traditional idea of institutional learning since we were 5 years old. Dedicate a few minutes during your meetings with management to discuss—in layman’s terms—basic principles of modern learning and how they relate to the needs of your employees. Microlearning is a hot topic right now—and for good reason.

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Discussion Groups in eLearning: Why it Matters?

ProProfs

In the world of online learning, discussion groups, discussion boards, discussion forums or threaded discussions are of vital importance. A discussion forum offers a place to instructor-to-learner and student-to-student interaction to take place.

ATD 2016 Sneak Peek – 4 Ideas for Restoring Relevance to L&D

Axonify

4 Ideas for Restoring Relevance to L&D on Tuesday, May 24 at 3 pm in room 217. Here’s a special sneak preview of 4 key points we’ll discuss during our session: The workplace has changed, but L&D has not.

How to Get Your Chief Learning Officer to Buy-In For Training Ideas

Designing Digitally

Here are a few tips to get your chief learning officers to buy in for training ideas: Title: Link Training Programs to Organizational Goals Description: The first and foremost step is to identify organizational goals of your business in the years to come.

Invite to a Discussion

Kapp Notes

Join Tony O’Driscoll and I as we up to share our ideas and thoughts about immersive e-learning environments. This will allow every attendee to actively interact, communicate, learn, and share ideas nearly as effectively as if we were in a physical room together, instead of in 40 different locations. In a free, limited-seat virtual event March 30 at 11 a.m. EST in VenueGen.

Reflections of a mooc unvirgin

E-Learning Provocateur

An announcement board kept us up to date, the discussion forums were easy to find, and the final assessment was explained clearly from Day 1. Some of the learnings were implicit thoughts that were made explicit, while others were novel ideas to which I would otherwise have remained ignorant.

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They’re not like us

E-Learning Provocateur

We share knowledge on Twitter, contribute to discussions on LinkedIn, read books, write blogs, comment on blogs, subscribe to industry magazines, share links to online articles, watch videos, and participate in MOOCs. We crowdsource ideas, invite feedback, ask questions, and proffer answers.

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Responsive Design Tips for eLearning Courses

eLearning Brothers

Nowadays the world seems to be all a-clamor over the idea of “responsive design” for eLearning. To begin, we need to lay the foundation for this discussion. So, now that we’ve laid a foundation for this discussion, you’re ready to present the idea of responsive courseware to your team.

5 E-Learning Design Ideas I Got While Traveling

Rapid eLearning

I’ve discussed this in previous posts: Here’s How to Get past a Screen Full of Bullet Points. A great place to look for design ideas is in magazines. So I continued through the magazine, challenging myself to find at least 10 graphic design ideas I could use in an elearning course.

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10 hot tips for moocers

E-Learning Provocateur

Having said that, remain open to new ideas that foster other lines of inquiry. Participate actively in the discussion forum. Reply to their posts, build upon their ideas and suggest alternative thoughts. Concentrate your discussion activity on only one or two threads each week.

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The dawn of a new generation

E-Learning Provocateur

Denise was however convinced that it was a good idea and the only way to improve further performance. Also, by keeping tabs on the discussions in the forum, the L&D professional can identify gaps in the solution, and review the content that is evidently unclear or difficult to find.

What matters is the question not the content: “One Idea + One Learning” = “Contexsual Learning”

Vignettes Learning

I have been experimenting on ONE IDEA, ONE LEARNING MODEL for a few months now. He presented a lesson which may present ten good ideas. He would present the ideas and have group discussions around the ten ideas. They don’t remember all the nine other ideas.

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Medium.com: A New Medium for Discussing E-Learning?

The Learning Dispatch

This service could pose an interesting prospect for e-Learning discussions. These days, it seems like most of the online e-Learning discussions are taking place on niche websites and specialized groups on social media (e.g. Twitter has helped shape the discussion into a single stream of content with topical hashtags like # elearning , but that service can only do so much since exchanges are limited to 140 characters.

Drivers of Yammer use in the corporate sector

E-Learning Provocateur

It warms my heart to see my colleagues asking and answering questions, sharing web articles, crowdsourcing ideas, gathering feedback, praising team mates, comparing notes on where to buy the best coffee, and even whining a little. Yammer has been quite a success at my workplace.

Drivers of Yammer use in the corporate sector

E-Learning Provocateur

It warms my heart to see my colleagues asking and answering questions, sharing web articles, crowdsourcing ideas, gathering feedback, praising team mates, comparing notes on where to buy the best coffee, and even whining a little. I’m happy to share my opinion with them (borne from my experience), but thus far I have been cognisant of the fact that I haven’t cross-checked my ideas against those of others in the corporate sector.

This Week in #TalkTech: Video Storytelling, Brain Games, and Idea Sharing

Bottom-Line Performance

#TalkTech is the “flipped” approach to Twitter chats We publish all the topics a few hours before the chat so you can show up at 3 pm EST / 12 pm PST on Thursdays ready to discuss. We discuss three topics a week and the chat lasts around 30 minutes.

Pedagogy in Game-Based Learning – Tips to align ID strategies in Learning Games

G-Cube

To discuss other strategies and share more of our experiences in using ID strategies while developing learning games, write to info@gc-solutions.net or fill the form below. Blog e-Learning New Ideas elearning Game-based learning Gamification

#TalkTech Guest Host RJ Jacquez Discusses Benefits of “Flipped” Approach to Twitter Chats in Weekly Podcast

Bottom-Line Performance

RJ did an excellent job curating content and leading our discussion. As RJ mentioned in his podcast, the Twitter chat proves to be an excellent tool for organizations to share ideas and interact.

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Harnessing Learning Theories for the Mobile Platform: A m-learning perspective

G-Cube

Utilizing the social reach of the delivery platform, the learners can discuss, post queries or share insights on a common social platform. Instructors can facilitate these discussions and a common solution to the problem can then be reached. Blog e-Learning New Ideas Research

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The role of Mentor in e-Learning: Adding the Human Touch

G-Cube

Mentoring through message board/discussion boards: Collaboration features like discussion boards in a LMS can also be utilized for fruitful interactions between learners and the Mentor. Blog e-Learning LMS New Ideas benefits of mentor Learning Management System mentor in elearning