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Want ‘Facebook’ In Your LMS?

Upside Learning

I need ‘Facebook’…. Of late one of the things I’ve heard from prospects and clients is “I need Facebook in my LMS&#. The central idea often is also expressed as “I want to create some PULL for the learning that we provide in our organization&#.

Experience (Tin Can) API: What to Expect from Your LMS Provider

Bottom-Line Performance

Ever created an account on a third-party website using your Facebook account? That was thanks to the Facebook API. Sure, one potential advantage would be allowing you to record the completion of a mobile app or game created by a custom provider like us. Talk to LMS provider.

The Ultimate Facebook Guide for eLearning Professionals: 16 Golden Tips to Follow

Trivantis

Facebook may be perceived as a distraction for online learning audiences. In this article, I’ll share a Facebook guide for eLearning professionals explaining why Facebook is such a powerful eLearning tool. The Ultimate Facebook Guide for eLearning Professionals.

Using Facebook as a learning platform

eFront

Let’s start this post by stating that Facebook was not actually created as a learning platform, it can however clearly be used to enhance and support elearning. We have written about Facebook apps for elearning before in this post!

Seven Simple Secrets to Off-the-Shelf Course Success

but might be a little vague in providing concrete actions, so you’ll need to dig a bit deeper. Providing OTS courseware in these situations has several advantages. OTS curriculum, it’s fairly easy to provide training to individuals or groups whenever you. Seven Simple Secrets to.

Introducing Beginning Facebook for Business

OpenSesame

OpenSesame is excited to announce the release of Beginning Facebook for Business. As part of our mission to provide individuals and organizations with a broad variety of elearning courses, OpenSesame wants to share our passion for social media with you.

Part 2: Using Facebook as a learning platform (videos)

eFront

For those who missed last week’s post “ Part 1: Using Facebook as a learning platform ” we shared some important links for instructors interested in using Facebook with students. eLearning Learning Social Media Facebook

Thumbs up: Integrating eFrontPro with Facebook

eFront

Then, there is eFrontPro’s turn-key support for LDAP and Active Directory-based Single-Sign On, as well as its support for the industry standard Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), that allows administrators to integrate it with all kinds of identity providers. Facebook you say?

RenRen.com: The Facebook of China’s Younger Generation

OpenSesame

While Chinese social networkers don’t have access to Facebook and Twitter, they use a variety of Chinese applications to make the most of the opportunities provided by online social networks.

Using Variable Flags to Provide Feedback in Adobe Captivate

Integrated Learnings

Most e-learning tools, including Adobe Captivate, provide for the ability to use flags. You might also be interested in our page on Facebook or Twitter feed. by Jonathan Shoaf. Flags are common everyday objects. When a flag is raised into position, it has meaning.

A Playbook for Leading in the Facebook Age

CLO Magazine

From collaboration software to technology designed to motivate employee behavior in real time, these tools provide the modern leader the opportunity to exceed business goals. The five points outlined below provide business leaders with a sturdy framework from which they can build a successful leadership program that is relevant in today’s connected, digital world.

Standing at the Crossroads – Providing Navigational Clues to Help Learners Find Their Way

Integrated Learnings

3) Provide word clues tied to the action needed. Instructions that need images with callouts When providing instructions within a lesson, sometimes words are truly inadequate to provide enough guidance to complete a task successfully.

Working Out Loud: Using the Tools We Already Have

Learnnovators

Facebook invites its users to “ Update Status “, “ Add a Photo/Video ” or “ Create an Album “ Any or all of these features can be used to share what you are doing, seek other’s help or just be a good community member and share one’s learning.

6 Ways to Add Sizzle to Your Classroom

Learning Rebels

Providing people with reasons to absorb content helps them to connect the dots. You can do this using a variety of very easy to use (and set-up) tools – Free tools such as Diigo , Tumblr , FaceBook, Blogger, PBWiki or Enterprise tools such as SharePoint, Jive , Yammer or SocialCast.

Paper Cuts

Learnnovators

This may have something to do with the age of my S4, but I recently read that Facebook is getting serious about resolution. Even in Chrome I received the following error: Please provide valid Photo Sphere JPEG image.

New DFHPL Facebook Group – Following the Conversation

Usable Learning

I used to have most of my nerd conversations on Twitter, but things seem to have shifted to Facebook or LinkedIn more. I do like the possibilities of longer conversations that are provided by threaded discussions, and I’m opting for Facebook over LinkedIn for the time being.

3 Reasons Why Trainers Don’t Need Social Media

Learning Rebels

Join a Facebook group with other relevant people, follow L&D industry pages. Here is the ATD facebook page , the Learning Rebels page – it doesn’t matter which L&D person or company you follow. Through live streaming, facetime, periscope, Facebook video.

Post to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Evernote from Snagit!

Visual Lounge

Once you install them, you'll see buttons inside Snagit to upload images and videos directly to Evernote, Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube! The buttons for Facebook, Twitter, and Evernote must be installed manually.

How Social Learning is Powering Up Today’s Workplaces

Learnnovators

It also includes some interesting tips for using Facebook and Twitter effectively in formal programs. He also provides his advice on the elements that need to be included while developing a social learning strategy. THE QUOTE.

Facebook Fatigue?

Kapp Notes

An article, Teens Experiencing Facebook Fatigue , provided some interesting findings about the social networking site, Facebook. These same teens are, however, showing signs of “Facebook Fatigue.” Nearly one in five (19%) who have an account no longer visit Facebook or are using it less.

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Putting Trust First

Learning Rebels

As people do nowadays, I made mention of my experience on Facebook. Click on the gloves to learn more about how Learning Rebels can provide learning solutions to help you achieve your business goals. First a short story. .

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Opening up #learning: new forms of knowledge

Learning with e's

For those who are housebound for example, and cannot visit a library or classroom, the Web provides a storehouse of endless opportunities to learn just about any topic. affordances education FaceBook learning Technology Twitter wikipedia YouTube

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The Death of the Traditional Web: Implications for Self-Directed Learning

Social Learning

Within that shrinking slice of online time, Facebook is increasingly the portal for everything. While the “document Web” (as author Ben Elowitz terms the old-style Web) shrank by 9 percent overall, Facebook consumption increased by 69 percent, essentially stealing time from everything else.

Social Business by the Numbers

Marcia Conner

There are more people on Facebook (901M) than in Europe, Russia & Middle East combined (780M). Only 1% of Facebook Fans Engage With Brands. This is a market that content providers, game publishers and brand marketers should not pass by.

Thumbs up: Integrating eFrontPro with Facebook

eFront

Then, there is eFrontPro’s turn-key support for LDAP and Active Directory-based Single-Sign On, as well as its support for the industry standard Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), that allows administrators to integrate it with all kinds of identity providers. Facebook you say?

Facebook Platform

Tony Karrer

Stephen Downes picked up my post on Facebook As a Learning Platform. He commented: To be clear, I do not think that Facebook itself is really a learning environment. I also feel like Facebook is a bit creaky and as Thomas Vanderwal's recent post Facebook for Business or LinkedIn Gets More Valuable points out, as you use Facebook more and have more friends, it seems to get harder to use.

Facebook Alfresco Platform

Tony Karrer

Found via Publishing Enterprise Content To Facebook - Alfresco - a content management system has provided hooks for it to be used to deliver content to Facebook users. This model, where Facebook becomes a platform for application development has some really interesting aspects.

Changing the learning landscape

Learning with e's

This workshop will discuss a range of social media platforms and provide examples of their use within learning and teaching. CLL1314 education FaceBook Flickr higher education learning Snapchat social media Technology Twitter University of Warwick Vimeo YouTube

Twitter and the death of distance

Learning with e's

My own father, now 84 years old, started a Facebook account so he could keep in touch with distant relatives in such places as New Zealand and Australia. Distance Education social media relationships MOOCs Twitter FaceBook

7 Reasons Social Media Boosts Social Learning

TOPYX LMS

There are good reasons why companies should use Facebook as a means of promoting social learning. As a result, entire companies miss out on all of Facebook’s social learning benefits. Use Facebook to Your Company’s Advantage. Last but not least, Facebook is fun to use.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Facebook for the Enterprise

Learning Visions

Wednesday, June 27, 2007 Facebook for the Enterprise Im still mucking around in Facebook, trying to get it. Found this article, via Alec Saunders : Facebook for the Enterprise = Facebook. Provides some real examples of how business-folk are using FB; compares Facebook (emotional attachment) to LinkedIn (static resume). Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff.

Thinking in networks

Learning with e's

Social media has simply provided an increasingly powerful range of tools to extend personal learning networks (PLNs) to virtually any part of the world. Twitter feed into your blog, or Facebook links mirrored in LinkedIn) means that teachers are never alone.

Facebook Apprenticeship

Clark Quinn

Jay Cross has an interesting post about using Facebook in the organization, and makes a connection I hadn’t seen (and wish I had :).  He’s citing another post on FaceBook and the Enterprise, where JP Rangaswami posits that Facebook can be used to allow individuals to track what their bosses are doing, as role models. I’m not sure Facebook is the right tool, but a combination of tools might make sense and Facebook’s APIs might make it possible.Â

Porn, weed and fireworks

E-Learning Provocateur

The point of the exercise was for us to share our thoughts, opinions and experiences with our followers on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram.

The survival of higher education (2): Changing times

Learning with e's

I will attempt to contextualise these changes at the level of both organisation and individual, to provide a picture of how universities and teachers might manage their business in the coming decade. and provide some examples of current pedagogical practice using the Social Web.

Lost in the crowd?

Learning with e's

He made several interesting points about the blurring of boundaries between public and private (think of webcams and Facebook status updates for example) and that technology tends to distract us from 'who we are'.