Performance Support

Clark Quinn

Great post by Jay Cross that uses the history of performance support to set up the need for what Jay calls Learnscapes. Learnscape architects have implemented miniature versions of the internet behind corporate firewalls that provide all of these things, from peer-rated FAQs to wizards, on-line help desks, and best practices repositories. I've been a long-time believer in EPSS and ePerformance.

eLearning Predictions Further Thoughts

Tony Karrer

AT=pb&SP=MC&rID=58772167&rKey=9ac6286700094e6f Thought I’d do a quick post with some random follow-up thoughts: Skim Long Posts I asked at the start of the online session how many people had read my post that basically was very similar content. People end up staying home to be able to attend virtual events. But the pain point for companies and for CLOs is responding to the pace and living up to the commitment that they are going to do more with less.

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What will change in 2010?

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Just as the Google Search Appliance enables companies to find needles in haystacks behind their firewalls, Wave is likely to replace lots of wikis and content management systems. It requires more widgets and mashups to become useful. I nnovations in computing used to trickle down from business and government to consumers. Mainframes evolved into personal computers. The space program put men on the moon and gave us Tang for breakfast. Now, innovation often goes the other way.

Top 5 Talking Points from 2013 #LSCon

Unicorn Training

Security is a big issue in the corporate world and I picked up some useful pointers, although no definitive answers. Some argued “create Apps to get round the corporate firewall issues” others that Apps are less secure as the content resides on the device. As XAPI is taken up and evolves, so more verbs will be added. What does the future hold for learning?

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Coming for your job.or at least the way you do it now.

Mark Oehlert

The tools will are already becoming integrated with your existing enterprise platforms, so they're already inside the firewall. elements -- social networking, RSS, blogs, wikis, mashups, podcasting, and widgets -- are fast becoming the norm for communicating with employees and customers. How about JackBe and Kapow releasing enterprise-grade mashup platforms? How little companies like Intel releasing a client-side mashup creator and Microsoft releasing Live Mesh ?

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Jay Cross

Innovation comes from mash-ups of ideas from parallel universes. I have just started here but already have half a dozen experiments I’d like to run behind corporate firewalls. Larry Halff, backed up by Tara Hunt, gave a deep, meaningful presentation on the Open Internets and how Ma.gnolia is evolving. Also, there’s an active community site where people are hooking up with one another; it’s by Pathable.