Seven Ways to Use the iPad for Workplace Learning

Upside Learning

Electronic performance support aides like manuals, user guides, etc. These types of games may be effective especially when used for soft skills. Simulations – the hardware that works for games work just as effectively for simulations. Video is effective for learning; customized high definition, anytime video will have a greater idea. Lotus or MS Exchange? The iPad is here.

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Why does Captivate need THREE Eye Buttons?

Adobe Captivate

Title is not an nostalgic reference to the best spreadsheet application ever (Lotus 1-2-3) but is related to… Captivate. Hiding an object on the stage has no effect whatsoever on the presence of that object when publishing (or previewing) the course: the object will be visible.

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The Diminishing Shelf Life of Learning

CLO Magazine

I remember teaching my first Lotus 1-2-3 class on IBM portables to a group of accountants in the early ’80s. Formal learning can still teach foundational skills, but it needs to shift a good part of its time and efforts to help learners remain current and effective once the formal experience is over. There will always be foundational skills and concepts to teach, but a vast majority of what’s needed to perform in the workforce is in a constant state of churn.

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Working Smarter eFieldbook $12

Jay Cross

If an organization is committed to Microsoft Sharepoint, IBM Lotus, Salesforce, SAP, or another proprietary solution for in-house communication and project management, the workscape designer tweaks that platform for optimal learning rather than trying to replace it. Network Effects 46.

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It’s a matter of culture

The Learning Circuits

Defining or imposing a culture and disseminating its principles aren't enough to make it effective. Alas, though essential, it isn't enough, partly because the permanent management -- from divisional directors to line managers, the ones who have to deal with human performance -- see the CEOs as living in a stratosphere that has nothing to do with their lives and their professional objectives (i.e.,