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Social networking sites: Facebook (2006), Myspace (2003), Bebo (2005), LinkedIn (2003) and other sites together have changed the face of social networking for ever. They are there forever, and burying the past may prove to be a problem for many.

Micro-Learning: Its Role in Formal, Informal and Incidental Learning

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Typically, micro-learning or learning bytes or learning capsules work well as a component of informal learning where the learner pulls what they need to solve an immediate problem. WhatsApp , usually seen as a social app used by groups of friends, can be a powerful micro-learning platform where members of a group can and already do share interesting links, photos, write-ups, posts and so on. Thus, learners can solve problems quickly. What is micro-learning?

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Personalizing Web Access " WebTools For Learners

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Two problems: Although this was the same model as my laptop, the owner doesn’t use a mouse, and I do. Facebook. Flickr Photos. More Photos. WebTools For Learners. Using the web for communication, education, and business! About. Joan Vinall-Cox’s E-Portfolio.

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Top Posts from August - Augmented Reality - Social Learning

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Bozarthzone , August 11, 2010 Discussion of objectives in training could be a topic for a book all by itself, but lately I’ve run across 2 excellent examples of problems with learning/performance objectives. They provide a good basis for looking at just a couple of common problems. Photo credit: bookworm by Oo_Dee_oO. Related posts: PLE / Personal Learning Environment: What’s yours like? Facebook (72).

Hot List - April 1, 2009 to April 11, 2009

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Are you on Facebook? New Webinar: Overcoming the Top 10 Objections to Social Learning - Engaged Learning , April 3, 2009 photo credit: youngthousands ( WEBINAR REGISTRATION LINK ) This one is going to be good! (As Dan Roam talks about this in his book The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures. Coming back after a week of being mostly disconnected I'm woefully behind on email and even more so on my reading.