Mon.Nov 12, 2012

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The future of gaming

Learning with e's

Games based learning is one of the most important strategies for 21st Century education. We have enjoyed playing games since time immemorial, and video arcade games such as Asteroids and Space Invaders of the 1970's were just the start of the emergence of digital games.

Marc My Words: Testing Your eLearning Strategy by Marc J. Rosenberg

Learning Solutions Magazine

Is your eLearning strategy sustainable? Here are eight points to consider as you work on making your strategy clear and set up for success. Management Training Strategies

How to have a Happy Ending to Your ERP System Implementation Story

Social Learning

Implementing an ERP system – whether it’s SAP, Oracle eBusiness Suite, Microsoft Dynamics AX – is a big, hairy deal. Ensuring that end users learn the new system, embrace it as part of their daily work routine, and use it effectively is a daunting task.

The Diminishing Shelf Life of Learning

CLO Magazine

Redesign offerings to match the realities of today’s pace of business.The classroom needs to be less about information dissemination and more about information aggregation. I’m coming up on my 30th anniversary of being in the learning profession. Oh, how the world has changed. I remember teaching my first Lotus 1-2-3 class on IBM portables to a group of accountants in the early ’80s. It was a three-day course from beginner through advanced.

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Building a Business Case for Customer Training

Looking to expand your customer training program? Your executive team will likely have some concerns. Download this guide to learn how to prove the value of training and tackle objections head-on.

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What happens is not as important as how you feel about what happens

Jay Cross

This afternoon I bought an iPhone5. I was forced into it. Our new iPhone app goes into testing this evening, and it won’t play on my aging iPhone2. Parting with my money was not as easy as expected.

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You Can Do Anything

Marcia Conner

“How many of you were told when you were young that you could grow up to be anything you set your mind on?” ” A professor-friend recently opened his graduate management course with this question. Fewer than half the people in the room raised a hand.

The Forge Episode 23: “Education here, Education there, Education Everywhere”

Visual Lounge

Another month has come and gone, and we’ve finished another episode of the Forge. Check out James Gill (@jagill) , Coach’s Eye , and how TechSmith tools are helping educators solve some of their problems in and out of the classroom. Here’s what happened on the Forge.

Interesting Infographic on University Entrepreneurship

Kapp Notes

In addition to several other hats that I wear, I am current serving as the Assistant Director of Bloomsburg University’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Center where I am coaching and mentor students who want to form for-profit and not-for profit entrepreneurial ventures.

Take Charge of your eLearning environment

Learn how to maximize the impact of your learning by aligning to the goals of your organization, how to establish a learning culture with gamification including leaderboards and badges. Discover a learning content management system that is both powerful and easy to configure and manage.

Listen to the Geniuses Who Created Our Worlds

Vignettes Learning

What would be your world if you have conversations with Carl Sagan (astrophysicist), Seymour Papert (cognitive scientist), Gordon Moore (founder of Intel) or Steve Jobs ? It would be a phenomenal experience and absolutely breathtaking. Preview the great minds featured in these personal interviews.

Learning 2012: the 30 Under Thirty experience

Good To Great

When I attended Learning 2012 last month, I was lucky enough to be there as part of 30 Under Thirty : a group of 30 ‘future leaders’ in learning and development.

Learning 2012: the 30 Under Thirty experience

Good To Great

When I attended Learning 2012 last month, I was lucky enough to be there as part of 30 Under Thirty : a group of 30 ‘future leaders’ in learning and development.