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Communities / Social Networking and LMS Merger

Tony Karrer

Mzinga is a merger of KnowledgePlanet (an LMS provider and also the maker of the eLearning simulation tool - Firefly) and Shared Insights - a community / business social networking software company. Also, if you go to the solutions page , it doesn't mention Firefly.

Writing & Grammar: Myriad Issues

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

I like this method: pretend that the word  myriad  is the phrase  a million , and use it the same way: We saw  a million  fireflies rising from the lawn. We saw  myriad  fireflies rising from the lawn. Notice that you would not say "a million of fireflies." " Therefore you would not say "a myriad of fireflies." 

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Related Terms

Tony Karrer

Mzinga is shown related to Personal Learning , Social Software , Learning 2.0 , Storyboards , PLEs , CollectiveX , Firefly , Tomoye , KnowledgePlanet , Element K , Awareness Networks. The recent addition of related terms (relationship factors) in eLearning Learning that show what how related terms are to a given result set provides some interesting insights. I already pointed to some of the Interesting Information that we could see as we compare what different bloggers write about.

Course Authoring and Rapid eLearning Tool Satisfaction

Tony Karrer

Impatica for PowerPoint KnowledgePlanet Firefly RapideL Lectora (OpenOffice-Impress/T. I don't know if I've seen this reported by the eLearningGuild , but their reports showed some interesting information about satisfaction levels reported by members on course authoring and rapid eLearning tool satisfaction levels. Unfortunately, my blog is not wide enough for these images, so click on the image to go to a page with the full size image.

Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

April's Big Question from Learning Circuits is "How to Keep up?" This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools. However, being involved in an e-learning community is a big help. For me it is a blog community and following many experts on Twitter. Not only am I often made aware of new tools, but also get opinions, tips, and examples of their use.

eLearning Guild Authoring & Development Tools Research Report (2008)

Learning Visions

WebEx 7% Also on this list ToolBook Instructor Rapid Intake – Flashform Camtasia ToolBook Assistant Raptivity Firefly Skillsoft Lectora (Open Office) Keynote Brainshark Presentations Captivate’s at the top of the list of what’s IN someone’s toolbox, but it’s not the one that’s necessarily used the most. After my session at ISPI earlier this week, someone commented that what would have really been useful is a list of the top 10 authoring tools in the market.

Advice for Executives: Get Some Sleep!

Marcia Conner

Now I chase after sleep like fireflies: enthusiastically but with little sparkle the next day. Our lack of sleep deprives us of the capacity to excel. There was a time I chose to sleep only a few hours a night. I commuted between continents for months and then from the East Coast to West Coast each week for years. Habits included late night reading, early morning email, and thirty years without a nap. I believed I could achieve higher productivity by simply sleeping less.

Product Review: Mzinga OmniSocial

eLearning 24-7

Software simulation tool (Firefly) and Mzinga Publisher are extra, i.e. there is an additional cost – it is not automatically included in the OmniSocial product. I’m on my way to get a car that enables me to launch a robust social learning system. Of course, my biggest challenge is to find something that can really meet my needs now and then in the years to come, especially in today’s economy.

57 PowerPoint Christmas cards to download and share!

BrightCarbon

It then blurs to draw attention to the foreground, where fireflies and strategic gusts of wind help the tree fulfil its festive destiny.” Christmas time, mistletoe and wine – in our case too much wine… After a late night of eggnog and brandy snaps we set ourselves the challenge of creating the wildest, wackiest PowerPoint Christmas card ever! What’s so good about a PowerPoint Christmas card?