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How to MOOC: Technology-Enabled Learning Tools, Part 2

Your Training Edge

and the rapid rise of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other communications platforms have made one thing abundantly clear: Everything is social. As the workforce grows to include more Millennials – digital natives who spend nearly four hours per day on social networking sites – the social impact on training cannot be overstated. Real-time collaborative tools are excellent for group problem-solving and brainstorming. Social bookmarking.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): e-Learning Guild Annual Gathering - Day 1

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « At the e-Learning Guilds Annual Gathering | Main | Late.but Jon Stewart reports on Second Life » April 15, 2008 e-Learning Guild Annual Gathering - Day 1 So the general conference is starting today. Check this page for related instances of Meebo, flickr, PageFlakes, facebook, LinkedIN and Twitter. Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us del.icio.us

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Social Grid Follow-up

Tony Karrer

Last week I did a webinar with Mark Sylvester of Intronetworks - Tapping the Social Grid. The crux of the talk was: Why being able to tap into the social grid is important for concept workers. A few of the tools and methods I use to tap into the social grid. Facebook.

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Social Media And Learning

The eLearning Coach

In this article, I’m featuring a wonderful interview with successful social media expert, Jane Hart. She provides compelling reasons to implement a social and collaborative environment as part of workplace learning. You can read more from Jane at her blog, Social Media in Learning.

Social Networks

Clark Quinn

This week we looked at Social Networks. Here are some thoughts on this topic, especially thoughts around social networks for learning. Starting with Social Networking was a blessing and a curse. Social networks have a tendency to be a bit messy. Virginia Yonkers told us - I would like to know how to manage the information flows in social networks. How do we do this in the social network environment? How do social networks relate to personal learning?

Review: The Back of the Napkin

The eLearning Coach

According to Dan Roam, author of The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures , our built-in visual thinking tools consist of our eyes, our mind’s eye and a little eye-hand coordination. Because it promotes problem solving and facilitates communication.

Top 10 LMS/LCMS Trends and Forecasts

eLearning 24-7

LMS/LCMS vendors wishing to a slight degree to incorporate social learning without fully entering are adding Widgets to the mix. According to the The New York Times , Facebook will soon incorporate location’ in two ways: its own features for sharing location and APIs to let other sites and apps offer location services to Facebook users. Linkedin tied into Twitter is an example of APIs. T-Mobile has equal problems, as does Sprint. Social Learning.

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APIs and Mashups r ur new ABCs for E-Learning

eLearning 24-7

Twitter has APIs, so does Facebook, even Linkedin. Facebook. Hunch – questions and answers service that offers solutions to user-entered problems. Adaptive Learning with a Social Q/A twist. Cliqset -social web service that helps users share and discover content and discuss it with other users. No problem. Examples: Post your status update in Linkedin and it appears in Twitter. Facebook like features? Social Learning?

Making Sense Of The iPad For Online Learning

The eLearning Coach

No problem. Social Media. Because the iPad can connect through Wi-Fi and 3G (depending on the model) and has a screen size that makes text legible, it’s ideal for mobile social media activities. The problem is that you can only associate your iPad with one other device.

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Your Brain On 3D Learning

The eLearning Coach

The learners might collaborate to solve a problem, accomplish a task or overcome a challenge. Share this on Facebook. Share this on Linkedin. Share this on del.icio.us. Help! I’ve been caught in an immersive 3D Learning Environment! Oh wait, this is just my office.

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Realistic Graphics and Learning: What’s most effective?

The eLearning Coach

A minimalist approach could avoid this problem. Share this on Linkedin. Share this on Facebook. Share this on del.icio.us.

35 More Qualities Of The Ideal Instructional Designer

The eLearning Coach

Be a flexible problem solver who can apply instructional design concepts appropriately to unique situations. Keep the problem uppermost while designing solutions. Share this on Linkedin. Share this on Facebook. Share this on del.icio.us.

Motivating The Instructional Designer

The eLearning Coach

Problem-solving is a motivating task. Your problem is how to provide an engaging learning experience that turns information into knowledge that gets transferred to real world situations. Consider alternative instructional strategies, like adding social media technologies and informal approaches. Check out many of the groups on LinkedIn and Facebook as well as professional organizations like The eLearning Guild and ASTD. Share this on Facebook.

Content Organization Cheat Sheet

The eLearning Coach

When the content presents problems and solutions, then a cause and effect structure is appropriate. Example: A course on troubleshooting a network for IT professionals could be arranged by problems and solutions. Share this on Linkedin Tweet This!

How To Communicate The Value Of Social Media

The eLearning Coach

How do I communicate the value of social media as a learning tool to my organization? Identifying the IT social media users and doing some initial legwork for them could help. This important resource is a rather convincing testament to the ways people learn through social media.

Get Your Audience Pumped: 30 Ways to Motivate Adult Learners

The eLearning Coach

Build community through social technologies for learning. Implement a social media strategy as part of a learning experience. Use social networking applications and services to build groups with a common interest or goal. 10 Social Media Tools For Learning.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Massive Catch-Up Issue #1413 (Games, Virtual Worlds, banking concepts and more)

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Your integrity for a.t-shirt? Set up accounts at Facebook, LinkedIn, Flickr, Dopplr and Twitter. Wireless Social Networking To Generate $2.5 Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us del.icio.us stuff Here are some of my main del.icio.us The Lewin Links This link should take you to the page I have on del.icio.us

The Future Of Learning Design

The eLearning Coach

Karl: The biggest problem is that in the learning field we sometimes get seduced by the technology and forget the underlying learning need and, even more importantly, the underlying business need. They are leveraging social media technologies Facebook, Twitter, ect.,

10 Social Media Tools For Learning

The eLearning Coach

Do you have a training or information need that could benefit from a social media strategy? So here are descriptions of ten applications representing different social media technologies that promote learning. Category: Social Networking Platform.

Get Your Audience Pumped: 30 Ways to Motivate Adult Learners

The eLearning Coach

Build community through social technologies for learning. Implement a social media strategy as part of a learning experience. Use social networking applications and services to build groups with a common interest or goal. 10 Social Media Tools For Learning.

Games And Simulations

The eLearning Coach

Another advantage is problem-solving. You can’t get to level two in a game if you can’t problem solve. Share with the social buttons below. Share this on Linkedin Tweet This! Share this on Facebook Share this on del.icio.us

10 Ways To Design For Emotions (Part III)

The eLearning Coach

Design for social interaction. Using collaborative tools and social media can help learners build relationships, cooperate on tasks, and provide support and feedback to each other. Share this on Facebook. Share this on Linkedin. Share this on del.icio.us.

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