30 Day Brainstorm Challenge Day 2: I’m Ready to Rumble

Learning Rebels

The nail was then driven home when I started to write this Day 2 post, I had an idea that I wanted to expand upon and I had written it down this morning; but damned if I could find it. and using these techniques I’m able to access and review my notes – from there they become blog posts, other resources or stored in Evernote. Ideas that would make great blog posts, session presentations, virtual courses, ideas for my website or Facebook page.

What’s in My Conference Bag? ATD ICE 2018

Learning Rebels

Back in 2014, David Kelley interviewed me for the (then) upcoming Dev Learn Conference sponsored by the Elearning Guild, he was writing a series on what people bring to the conference with them. Why this matters to you – keeping your notes on Evernote, OneNote or Google docs allows you to share your notes in the moment. How cool would lit be for you to writing notes and your team asks questions in the moment. Evernote (how did we ever effectively collaborate before Evernote?):

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Presentation Tips from 21 Experts

eLearningArt

Regardless of if you are writing an email, preparing for a meeting, or giving a talk, you should start by asking: At the end of my communication, what do I want my audience to know, feel, and do? Keep a digital inspiration notebook (try OneNote or Evernote) that you can turn to when looking for fresh ideas for presentation concepts. Write them down. Troy Chollar, The PowerPoint Blog. Echo Swinford, Echo’s Voice . Posts PowerPoint blog

Need YouTube Video Ideas? Where You Need to Look for Inspiration

TechSmith Camtasia

Another piece of advice I can offer here is to write down and organize these ideas immediately as they come to mind. I often find the moment the inspiration comes from a topic idea I must write it down or it’s easy to forget. So always write down your ideas – big or small – immediately. Record a quick voice memo and at least you’ll ensure you don’t forget your light-bulb moments. Where You Need to Look for Inspiration appeared first on TechSmith Blog.

Why Reflect? The Role of Reflection in the Learning Process

Vignettes Learning

I write my thoughts in all sorts of places and sometimes, I forget where I wrote them. Then I also jot down notes in Evernote and discussion rooms and mostly on the wall. So, I begin to suspect that journaling may have very little to do with writing and going back to your notes. It forces you to reflect on the day's event and put it in writing. Technologies that Help Enhance Reflection I mentioned Evernote, right?

What’s in Your Technology-Enabled Learning Toolbox?

Your Training Edge

This blog will explore more than 60 tools and technologies for successfully implementing each of these elements in your technology-enabled training program. The first step in writing learning objectives for online training is to identify what type of course it is. As Tom Kuhlmann wrote on The Rapid E-Learning Blog, online courses usually fall into one of two categories : information or performance. VoiceThread — presentation videos with voice annotation. Blogs.

Top 60 eLearning Posts for October 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

October 10, 2010 “Whereas people might spend a long time composing a comment to a blog post or engage in lengthy, in - depth conversation on a discussion board, Twitter invites more in - the - moment interactions. Creating tone of voice in eLearning. Creating tone of voice in eLearning. EverNote). blog), or presentations quickly ( EFFICIENCY )! How Do You Learn to Write Effective Voice Scripts?