Emergent Workplaces: Learning in the Networked World

ID Reflections

A recent, very brief conversation with @krishashok triggered a few thoughts related to emergent workplaces and what learning in the networked world will look like. And after mulling over some of these, I thought they were worth putting down on virtual paper. I have written earlier about Re-imagining Work and Learning in a Networked World. This is my area of passion.

Emergent Workplaces: Learning In The Networked World

Learnnovators

A recent, very brief conversation with @krishashok triggered a few thoughts related to emergent workplaces and what learning in the networked world will look like. And after mulling over some of these, I thought they were worth putting down on virtual paper. I have written earlier about Re-imagining Work and Learning in a Networked World. The post Emergent Workplaces: Learning In The Networked World appeared first on Learnnovators.

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EMERGENT WORKPLACES: LEARNING IN THE NETWORKED WORLD

Learnnovators

A recent, very brief conversation with @krishashok triggered a few thoughts related to emergent workplaces and what learning in the networked world will look like. And after mulling over some of these, I thought they were worth putting down on virtual paper. I have written earlier about Re-imagining Work and Learning in a Networked World. The post EMERGENT WORKPLACES: LEARNING IN THE NETWORKED WORLD appeared first on Learnnovators.

What’s the Long-Term Game Plan for Virtual Learning and Higher Ed?

Clarity Consultants

The second half 2019-2020 school year was well underway when the world changed. It’s less about navigating an emergency. The post What’s the Long-Term Game Plan for Virtual Learning and Higher Ed? eLearning eLearning in Higher Education Higher Education Virtual Learning

Developing a Results Driven Curriculum

fire chiefs, emergency officers, and. support staff from around the world. be rollout meetings or some other face-to-face or virtual introduction to the. We’ve helped some of the world’s. Kineo helps the world’s leading businesses improve performance through learning.

ATD Presentation – How to Develop World-Class E-Learning

Capytech

ATD Presentation – How to Develop World-Class E-learning. Hi everyone and thanks very much for coming along to my session on how to develop world-class e-learning. The post ATD Presentation – How to Develop World-Class E-learning appeared first on Capytech.

Awesome Virtual World Program: Sign Up Today

Kapp Notes

My friend, Randy Ran Hinrichs, of 2b3d who has a wonderful motto of “Move Photons, Not People” is offering a program that you need to take advantage of if you are involved, interested or curious about 3D virtual worlds. Here is Randy talking about 3D Virtual Worlds with Ron Burns of ProtonMedia. The program offers a Certificate in Virtual Worlds. 3D worlds

Resources for Researching Virtual Worlds

Kapp Notes

Recently, a number of individuals have inquired about resources for virtual world research. Journal of Virtual World Research --Great resource. This journal has freely available PDF articles describing the vast amount of work being done in virtual worlds. Recently, the journal featured a number of articles on using virtual worlds in the field of Healthcare. Tags: virtual immersive environment 3D Book 3D worlds

Virtual Worlds Value Proposition

Clark Quinn

In prepping for tomorrow nights #lrnchat, Marcia Conner was asking about the value proposition of virtual worlds. I ripped out a screed and lobbed it, but thought I’d share it here as well: At core, I believe the essential affordances of the virtual world are 3D/spatial, and social. So, for formal learning in particular domains, virtual environments really make a lot of sense. And the combination may have emergent benefits.

Extending Virtual World Affordances

Clark Quinn

Chuck Hamilton presented on his (IBM’s) take on affordances on virtual worlds. I start with what I think are the core affordances of virtual worlds, that there’s a 3D world, that you can visit, and that’s digital. From there, I see that you can enable others to be there (social), you can enable action (agency), the world can be kept around (persistent), and it can be made accessible broadly (e.g.

25 more real-world examples of Virtual Reality

E-Learning Provocateur

A couple of years ago I started up Virtual Reality Working Out Loud Week to promote real-world applications of virtual reality. The inaugural #VRwolweek unearthed 20 real-world examples of the emerging technology, and the enduring popularity of that blog post tells me that we are hungry for more. Loath to disappoint, I hereby present 25 more real-world examples of virtual reality, drawn from this year’s and last year’s events.

Volatility in 3D Virtual World Industry

Kapp Notes

There is a great deal of "churn" in the 3D virtual immersive environment space. I think it is natural churn in a market that is fast emerging but some of that churn can seem unfriendly and one can certainly see the industry as "half-full" as the analogy goes. Microsoft has awarded one of its innovation awards to 3D Virtual Immersive Environment Enterprise provider ProtonMedia. The University of Washington Virtual World Certificate officially had its first graduation.

Making sense of emerging technologies

Clark Quinn

The top element, by far, was to keep up with emerging technologies. Remember Virtual Worlds ? For example, I previously took a stab at exploring the affordances of virtual worlds , and similarly for mobile. The point is to map core capabilities and emerging capabilities, and use those to evaluate technologies for supporting learning and performance.

20 real-world examples of Augmented Reality

E-Learning Provocateur

The 2019 instalment of Virtual Reality Working Out Loud Week kicks off next month. For a couple of previous VR WOL Weeks I’ve collated lists of the examples that the participants unearthed – see 20 real-world examples of Virtual Reality and 25 more real-world examples of Virtual Reality. In any case, I’m interested in what people in the real world are currently doing with this emerging technology, so I’ve collated the following examples.

Why Virtual Reality Has a Bright Future in the eLearning World

Origin Learning

Since we are living in the era of technological revolution, it doesn’t come as a surprise that Virtual Reality (VR for short) has become the most popular buzzword in the eLearning domain. What’s Virtual Reality? The term itself refers to a deeply engaging experience of a world which basically doesn’t exist. On the other hand, VR presents a virtual environment to our senses in a way that we can really experience it as if it was completely real. Virtual Reality

Virtual Duality

E-Learning Provocateur

Something struck me during this year’s Virtual Reality Working Out Loud Week. Billed as an event for “anyone who is working with or experimenting with virtual reality, whether that be at home, at school or at work”, this was the second time I had run it. Again I was keen for our peers in L&D and other industries to share what they are doing with this emerging technology.

Happenings in the Corporate Virtual World Space

Kapp Notes

Here are some emerging events happening in the corporate virtual immersive environment (VIE) space. Aggressive and Targeted Integration with enterprisewide applications: Teleplace just announced that it is now fully integrated with MS SharePoint and now joins ProtoSphere as players looking to meld enterprise applications with virtual immersive environments. Market Research Media in its recent research report “Virtual Conference & Trade Show Market Forecast 2010-2015“.

Working virtually

Clark Quinn

I’m finding it extraordinarily productive to be working virtually. This is the new world of work. Unless, I suppose, if you commit to immediately capture whatever emerges. This working virtually is a direction I think will be productive for organizations going forward. The post Working virtually appeared first on Learnlets. Of late, I’ve been involved in two separate initiatives that are distributed, one nationally, one internationally.

Cost and Effect: Virtual Worlds and Training Budgets

Bottom-Line Performance

Virtual worlds do not fit into this particular trend. However, this does not mean that virtual worlds can’t be the most cost effective solution for a particular training project. Along with other complex simulations or learning games, virtual world learning solutions can be the most effective solution in a variety of situations. A l ot of business have explored sales training in virtual worlds.

10 Emerging technologies in E-learning

Adobe Captivate

For over a decade educational technologies are emerging at exponential rates, But many schools and educational institutes fall short on understanding and utilizing these technologies. Today we are introducing 10 emerging technologies in e-learning that educators and school management must know/understand for providing quality education for the children. School management systems are the most popular emerging technology in educational niche.

Emergence of the Performance Catalyst

Tom Spiglanin

Perhaps because the format was virtually given, there was tremendous emphasis on methods of engagement, scaffolding experiences, and devising countless ways to entice workers to learn. The L&D field scrambled to take advantage of the new graphical platform, as well as the developing World Wide Web, and new tools were abundant. New tools emerged, social platforms exploded onto the scene, and mobile technologies changed where, when, and how workplace learning occurs.

5 Key Trends in the Future of eLearning

SmartUp

The concept of elearning dates all the way back to the 90s, where the trend started emerging with the usage of interactive CD-ROMS and PDF files. Fast forward to today, elearning has evolved tremendously to include virtual classrooms, augmented reality and even artificial intelligence.

3 ways your team can emerge from this crisis ready for the new ‘new world of work’

CLO Magazine

Lots of us have been talking for a long time about a “new world of work,” but what we’re all going through now in coping with the public health and ensuing labor market crisis is not what we had in mind.

Emergence of the Performance Catalyst

Tom Spiglanin

Perhaps because the format was virtually given, there was tremendous emphasis on methods of engagement, scaffolding experiences, and devising countless ways to entice workers to learn. The L&D field scrambled to take advantage of the new graphical platform, as well as the developing World Wide Web, and new tools were abundant. New tools emerged, social platforms exploded onto the scene, and mobile technologies changed where, when, and how workplace learning occurs.

3 uses of Virtual Reality in workplace education

E-Learning Provocateur

I’m always surprised when someone makes a sweeping declaration such as “No one’s using virtual reality in the workplace” I heard this very statement recently at an e-learning conference. Sure, VR is an emerging technology, but as 20 real-world examples of Virtual Reality can attest, early adopters are indeed putting it to use in the workplace. Virtual reality can substitute the real environment. Virtual reality can foster empathy.

Emerging Scope Of E-Learning To Transform The Aviation Industry

G-Cube

Simulations allow the new-age workforce to understand real-world scenarios within a virtual setting. It is the use of technology to superimpose virtual elements in the real-world applications. The aviation industry has been adopting technological innovations as per the changing learning needs and preferences. It helps improving the scope of using digital content to thrive in today’s modern learning scenario.

Overcoming the Objection: 3D Virtual Worlds Look Too Much Like a Game

Kapp Notes

One of the great things about writing Learning in 3D is that we got to work with some great people doing some really innovative and exciting things in 3D and discuss how they got started working in 3D and, as important, we asked them how they overcame common objections from management and others in terms of implementing 3D virtual immersive environments into their organization. Karen is working to define the emerging market IBM calls the "3-D Internet." Tags: 3D worlds

What Digital eLearning Trends will Emerge at the Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase 2014?

Web Courseworks

It is hosted by the Chicago chapters of the ASTD, ISPI, and STC, and at the Showcase speakers will explore cutting-edge advancements in instructional design, development tools, mobile learning, virtual classrooms, and other areas of the industry that continue to evolve in the digital world. I’m excited to see what new tech trends might emerge from this process and rise to the top of the industry.

How Is Virtual Reality Driving Innovation In Supply Chain Training? 4 Examples

Roundtable Learning

Investing in employee training and development is a great way to do so, especially with programs that use future learning technologies, including virtual reality (VR). . How Does Virtual Reality Benefit Supply Chain Training? The possibilities are virtually limitless with VR training.

5 Examples Of Virtual Reality For Corporate Training

Roundtable Learning

By 2030, 23 million jobs worldwide are set to use virtual reality (VR) or augmented reality (AR) for training, meetings, or customer service purposes. What Is Virtual Reality Training? VR training pushes the boundaries of traditional learning by simulating any world you can imagine.

8 Scary and Uncomfortable Reasons for the Growth of Virtual Worlds

Kapp Notes

While I think there are many legitimate reasons why an organization should partake in virtual immersive environments (VIEs) for learning and collaboration, there are also some "less-than-comfortable" reasons organizations are leaning in this direction. They are looking for safer alternatives to meeting face-to-face and virtual worlds is an option. As more "pandemics" emerge the resistance to travel will increase. Enter virtual immersive environments.

Africa Rising: How eLearning is Elevating Education in the World’s Fastest-Growing Market

eLearningMind

Bakary Diallo, director of the African Virtual University (AVU) attributes some of the area’s most fundamental problems to a low post-secondary education rate. It’s not hard to see why eLearning has emerged as the solution for high dropout rates, low STEM participation, and a general lack of post-secondary education in Sub-Saharan Africa. Effectively, it’s the highest eLearning growth rate in the world.

How emerging technologies are going to shape the workplace

Matrix

How emerging technologies are going to shape the workplace. With almost every individual having in his pocket a device hundreds of times faster and more intelligent than the personal computers of some years back the world has become increasingly artificially intelligent. Virtual personal assistants will become common. With the world going completely digital, more and more workers act as individual contractors.

Top Higher Education Trends Emerging in the Post-Covid Era

Hurix Digital

Most countries across the world have temporarily closed down educational institutions as a means to arrest the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. billion students have been affected by the closure of their schools and universities, impacting about 72% of the world’s student population.

Interview With Mobile Learning Thought Leader Mayra Aixa Villar

Bottom-Line Performance

Video is one of the most ubiquitous media formats, and this makes it extremely practical to deliver relevant content at the right moment and virtually on any device. So, in spite of its complexity, I am highly motivated to start and also, to contribute to the advancement of mobile learning from my side of the world! Emerging Technology emerging trends and technologies Mobile Learning interview mLearning Mayra Aixa Villar.

Getting Started with Virtual Learning Environments

Bottom-Line Performance

One of the biggest of getting into virtual world and simulation learning is the huge gap – both real and perceived – that separates the minds of the gamer and the non-gamer. Game or virtual world designers attempt to focus on experiences, and figure that their players will learn as they experience. Of course not all virtual experiences are games. Schone highlights 25 Awesome Virtual Learning Experiences Online.

Asia?s Response To COVID-19 Education And Training Disruption: Emergencies Measures, Solutions And Opportunities

Dan Keckan

LEARNTech Asia is to host its first virtual conference with over 25 world education experts looking into the education and training landscape in Southeast Asia.

A New Way to Train Frontline Workers on Real-world Scenarios

Litmos

While COVID remains prevalent in our world, many companies are finding it harder to provide one of the most beneficial types of scenario training: real experiences in the workplace. ShowHow provides a new way to create scenario-based learning experiences that look and feel like the real world.

A New Way to Train Frontline Workers on Real-world Scenarios

Litmos

While COVID remains prevalent in our world, many companies are finding it harder to provide one of the most beneficial types of scenario training: real experiences in the workplace. ShowHow provides a new way to create scenario-based learning experiences that look and feel like the real world.

5 Ways VR Gives Students New Ways To Learn

Dan Keckan

Virtual Reality is being used more and more in day-to-day activities and is being used around the world. Education is one of the newer fields that it is being branched into, and there are a lot of different ways that Virtual Reality can enhance a student’s learning experience.