Wed.Mar 21, 2012

John Maeda The Art of Leadership #LSCon

Learning Visions

Opening keynote session with John Maeda, President of Rhode Island School of Design. I’m at Learning Solutions in Orlando today – hosted by the eLearning Guild. Forgive typos and poor grammar! The Art of Leadership Maeda was tenured faculty at MIT – professor by day, student by night as he got an MBA. And then four years ago he became college president with no training! So he bought books. And now he’s been learning about art and design.

A question of attitude

Clive on Learning

When I first entered the learning and development profession, I was assigned a mentor, a certain Mr Ernest Knagg. Ernest had strong opinions on just about all matters of pedagogy and good practice and that included the issue of attitudes. Clive," he said, "It's not our business to try and change people's attitudes. We can try and change what they do, but not what they feel about things.

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Your member Experts should lead online courses I often get inquiries from national associations looking to move their face to face workshops online. The first myth I always need to be dispelled is that an expert instructor is no longer needed; the second is that online courses carry higher profit margins. It is true that [.]. eLearning distance learning elearning eLearning myths expert instructor Jon Aleckson Web Courseworks

Learner Driven Learning Management System in a Global Environment

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For us at Upside Learning, learning and innovation have been and continue to be the key drivers for our working and success. This is one of the main reasons for the robust investments we have made in training – not just for our employees but for the global community at large.

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Writing & Grammar: The Power of Passive Voice

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by Jennie Ruby    As writers, we know we are not supposed to use the passive voice. Nearly every writers' guide tells us to prefer the active voice. This is a view I generally endorse. But, as a student in one of my grammar classes recently argued, knee-jerk conversion of every sentence to active may actually make the writing lose its point. For example, if a paragraph is about Bob, Bob should be in the subject position in most of the sentences.

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What About the Future?

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Fixating on the short term is foolish in the long run. The future’s all we’ve got. Most CLOs I talk with are so busy taking care of today’s business that they spend little time preparing for the future. We all know in our hearts that fixating on the short term is foolish in the long run.

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Elements of Effective E-Learning

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Good e-learning leverages instructional strategies and technology to make new ideas understandable. E-learning can be especially effective for complex and abstract topics. Good e-learning does not take a face-to-face lecture and put it in a rapid e-learning development tool with the expectation of delivering effective training at the other end.

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Development Tips: Writing Your First JavaScript Application by Mark Lassoff

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JavaScript is becoming the most important programming language (or as some would have it, scripting language) in the world. It opens a world of powerful techniques for the developer who learns to use it. JavaScript is also critical for the mobile Web. This column will get you well on your way!

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#LSCon Day 1 General Session - Learning Solutions 2012

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

I haven't blogged during a general session in a long time and so I thought I'd try it again. Heidi Fisk, co-founder of the eLearning Guild opened the general session and introduced John Maeda , the morning keynote. He is the author of Redesigning Leadership. The is no "i" in team. But there are lots of "i's" in individual. There is a "WE" in Welcome." I like this. Each person acting individually is what makes the team.

John Maeda #LSCon Mindmap

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John Maeda covered both creative leadership and the need for art in his keynote for Learning Solutions. design

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