Skills for Learning 2.0

Learning with 'e's

I have been thinking and writing about ' Learning 2.0 ' for some time now. This is the argument that there has been a paradigm shift in the way students learn - from 1.0 This shift seems to run parallel to the development of the web over the last decade, and resonates with many who observe 21st century, digitally mediated learning in all its forms. Although these are essentially characteristics of modern life, we can contextualise them as skills or literacies.

Informal Learning 2.0

Jay Cross

Yesterday on video I heard myself stumbling to describe the April 21 session of Corporate Learning Trends & Innovation. I said our theme is improving performance with “natural/informal/web 2.0/connected/social learning. This new learning is strategy, not support.

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Learning 2.0 Strategy

Clark Quinn

Over the past two years, I've worked with start-ups and corporations around the world who are grappling a bit with the impact of Web 2.0 on learning. One of the more interesting aspects of this is that I've really changed and refined what I advise both audiences in terms of their learning 2.0 Seven Key Aspects of Learning 2.0 I initially attacked eLearning 2.0 and Learning 2.0 You need to be prepared to apply learning 2.0

Quotes and excerpts on the need for Learning 2.0 from the Best of T+D: 2007-2009

ID Reflections

Excerpts from the Best of T+D | 2007 - 2009 Harold Jarche in Skills 2.0 : As knowledge workers, we are like actors--only as good as our last performance. Shaffer in How Computer Games Help Children Learn (quoted by Harold Jarche in T+D) Creativity is a conversation--a tension--between individuals working on individual problems, and the professional communities they belong to. David Wilkins in Learning 2.0 Tags: corporate training e-learning 2.0

Fish are the last to recognise water = informal learning?

Sticky Learning

I just twittered a thought - 'The benefit of Informal learning is that fish are the last to recognise water' - and then I started thinking. This is the real essence of informal learning. So what does this mean for workplace learning?

New Skills for Learning Professionals

ID Reflections

I have pasted the question here: "In a Learning 2.0 world, where learning and performance solutions take on a wider variety of forms and where churn happens at a much more rapid pace, what new skills and knowledge are required for learning professionals?"

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Stop Hovering over Learners

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

It has been argued that too much hovering sometimes backfires, because kids learn their values backwards: they feel entitled to things that they must earn, they lack empathy where it is needed. What will help teens develop decision-making skills? Take e-learning design, for example.

Nuts and Bolts: Upskilling by Jane Bozarth

Learning Solutions Magazine

Where just five short years ago we struggled with authoring tools and content management, we now face new demands for making programs more inclusive of learners, leveraging informal learning, and building a farther reach for the L&D department. Here are your keys to the architecture and organization skills needed! Design Strategies Future Trends Instructional Design Learning 2.0 Progress in media brings new challenges for instructional designers.

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Permission Learning - encouraging the informal

Sticky Learning

It's strange how the mind works, I saw the title and I thought "mmm, that's how to get traction for informal learning in the workplace". From this position, Seth coined the term 'Permission Marketing' to describe a way forward for marketing messages in an world of information overload. So, to informal learning! I've followed many discussions on blogs, webinars and twitter asking to promote a greater use of informal learning in workplaces.

Visual Literacy and Visual Thinking

Web Tools for Learners

As I said, I’ve never studied art or visual stuff, but Jay Cross says 80% of learning is informal - and that’s where I’ve learned anything I know, visually. Jay Cross on Informal Learning. My informal learning sources have been.

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The Working Smarter Fieldbook: A Glimpse and Some Thoughts

ID Reflections

Image via Wikipedia "Collaboration is a process through which people who see different aspects of a problem can constructively explore their differences and search for the solution that go beyond their own limited vision of what is possible." ~ Anecdote And informal learning is hinged on collaboration. Undoubtedly, it has placed a lot of scattered information in perspective for me.

Are you an Agnostic or Principled Learning Professional?

Vignettes Learning

Synthesis: As learning professionals, have we analyzed how our approaches affect our learners and their specific learning and performanc e environments? Are you an AGNOSTIC or PRINCIPLED Learning Professional? Are you an AGNOSTIC or PRINCIPLED Learning Professional? Web 2.0

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Webinar - Skills - Social Media - Best of eLearning Learning - July 2009

eLearning Learning Posts

Best of eLearning Learning. The Business Case for Measurement of Learning. Your Social Learning System As A Profit Center. Better Than Bullet Points: Creating Engaging E-Learning With Power Point. New skills for learning professionals - Informal Learning , July 1, 2009 Jay Cross response to this month’s big question “In a Learning 2.0 New Skills for Learning Professionals - The Learning Circuits Blog , July 1, 2009.

5 great speakers from the AITD conference - a summary of ideas

Sticky Learning

I use it a fair bit and speak with business clients about how they can use social media to promote learning, however to be honest I still feel like a newbie with much of this! Key question: Why aren't more business using social media as much as they could to enhance organisational learning?

Informal/Social Learning - Concertina Style

Sticky Learning

In recent times I've seen and heard much discussion around informal and social learning. For example, is informal learning necessarily social in nature? Has the rise of new technologies altered the traditional view of social learning? How can we harness new technologies to foster a culture of learning within our business? Informal learning is learner driven and takes place when and how the learner decides. A good example is learning to cook!

The Village of Twitter

Sticky Learning

In an earlier post on Informal Learning I made the observation that social networks allow people to create their own villages of learning. Education and learning followed a similar path, larger schools and prescribed curriculum. Schools, universities and formal learning have been undoubted successes. He explain how children in the USA complete the California Achievement Test at the end of each school year to assess their maths and reading skills.

Reflecting* on the second half of 2009

Jay Cross

* If you are not reflecting, you are not learning. Here are some things I learned from in the past six months. The Flip UltraHD camcorder is a breakthrough learning device. Here’s a sample: I continued to experiment with learning video. Learning is Not Enough.

Think Artichoke eLearning, Understand Learner’s Instincts

Vignettes Learning

Last July 23, 2009, I had an opportunity to be a panel member of the online event “The Future of the Business of Learning” sponsored by Corporate Learning Trends & Innovation. The event was about challenges and opportunities in the learning industry.

ELearning Guild AG08 Day 1

eLearning Development

Positioning Your Career in Social Networking and Collaborative Learning. He also gave us several new job titles like Collaborative Learning Anthropologist. He definitely made me think about the skills I need to develop. Learning 2.0: Harnessing the Potential of Contextual Informal Learning. I attended this session because informal learning is the most obvious buzzword currently being used. E-Learning 2.0: Web 2.0

Trends in Learning

Tony Karrer

Someone was just asking me about the big trends in learning and the implications of those trends on corporate learning and development. So, here's a bit of a compilation of some of the things I've been talking about in my blog which points to some of the major trends in learning. And the risk is pretty severe as described in the Business of Learning. Training Method Trends suggests that social learning tools are beginning to take off. And surveys such as Web 2.0

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Learning Professionals Leaders

Clark Quinn

The Learning Revolution: Where have all the leaders gone? So, of course, I say, great post. :) There are some interesting thoughts in the post, but also Most learning professionals can only do so much. There's a vacuum of leadership in the adoption of enterprise/web/learning 2.0 tools from learning professionals in senior positions and too many barriers put up by over-zealous HR and IT departments. Being a learning professional in a Web 2.0

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Training Specialist

Clark Quinn

Saw a post by Matthew Franz - where he tells us - I don't get e-learning 2.0 - and it made me wonder if Franz is a training specialist - who's not looking at more than training as a model for learning. as "e-learning." are also tools, but think of the absurdity of making a big deal of Excel as an "e-learning 1.0 Yes, everything you do should be about learning and creating knowledge, but this is different from Learning with a Big-L and little-l learning.

100 eLearning Articles and White Papers

Tony Karrer

Creating Passionate Users: Crash course in learning theory 2. Keeping Up with the Pace of Change Informal learning will help employees survive in the future workplace 3. Understanding E-Learning 2.0 There are some very interesting changes going on in the world of e-learning that seem to have crept up on practitioners. eLearn magazine: Feature Article Ten Web 2.0 Web 2.0: A New Wave of Innovation for Teaching and Learning? Web 2.0

Learning Professionals Leaders

Tony Karrer

The Learning Revolution: Where have all the leaders gone? So, of course, I say, great post. :) There are some interesting thoughts in the post, but also Most learning professionals can only do so much. There's a vacuum of leadership in the adoption of enterprise/web/learning 2.0 tools from learning professionals in senior positions and too many barriers put up by over-zealous HR and IT departments. Being a learning professional in a Web 2.0

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The Art of Training People and Bears Using a Learning Continuum

Living in Learning

For this to happen, that bear experienced formal learning and acquired some significant skills training; the very same skills you and I learned in our youth. Unfortunately, it does not, and if our contribution to their learning stops there, we may as well be training bears. I described the PDR Learning Continuum in an earlier post. The Role of Formal Learning. The learning environment is highly controlled. Trust me on this – Web 2.0

Changing Cultures in Higher Education

Jay Cross

The message is cool: More and more educational scenarios and learning landscapes are developed using blogs, wikis, podcasts and e-portfolios. Web 2.0 It describes what E-learning 2.0 is, which basic elements of Web 2.0 it builds on, and how E-learning 2.0

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Informal/DIY Learning: Montessori School for Adults?

Learning Visions

Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. Tuesday, March 06, 2007 Informal/DIY Learning: Montessori School for Adults? And hes learning some great skills. Learn from your peers -- water cooler style.

Learning = getting the job done

Jay Cross

DevLearn marked a significant shift in the field of corporate learning. In today’s world, that means trusting workers to learn for themselves. Learning is mobile. Social/informal learning is crossing the chasm to mainstream acceptance. Without a doubt, Web 2.0

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LearnTrends Audacity and More - Best of eLearning Learning September 2009

eLearning Learning Posts

Best of eLearning Learning. Metrics for the Modern CLO: How to Measure Formal and Informal Learning. Social Media: Trends and Implications for Learning. Formalizing Informal Learning …What? I Finally Get It – Why Social Networking is So Important - Engaged Learning , September 29, 2009. E-Learning Debate 2009 - Clive on Learning , September 30, 2009. Learning Strategies You Can Use - Road to Learning , September 9, 2009.

DevLearn 2008 - Day 2 Recap

eLearning Weekly

which is the collection of Web 2.0 Here are the sessions I attended today… 406 - Managing Learning in a Web 2.0 Web 2.0 and so-called Learning 2.0 has caused us to re-examine how we learn, but has it really changed us? Lance argued that learning hasn’t changed, only technology has changed. If we look at how humans learn - how we acquire, absorb, encode, and use information - the core skills haven’t changed much over time.

Guide-on-the-Side Meetings on LMSs and Learning Platforms: Training 2007 Conference

Vignettes Learning

Guide-on-the-Side Meetings: Provocative Questions for our Discussions Provocative Questions on the Future of LMS and Learning Platforms and how they impact you and your organizations. _ Just to kick-off our conversations and provide us some perspective, review this information and ask the provocative questions. Let us exchange ideas, share our thoughts, and learn from each other. Learning organizations are increasing spending on technology. and e-Learning 2.0

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63 Great eLearning Posts and Hottest Topics for November 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

Understanding the Tools of the Social Learning Landscape - Free as in Freedom , November 2, 2010I am with Mark Oelhert this morning in his all day workshop about the tools of the Social Learning Landscape. When Tim Orielly coined the term Web 2.0, The catch is that you can use social media and Web 2.0. Are apps the future of e-learning? Principles for Effectively Designing a 3D Learning Environment. Different topics flair up in popularity (such as web 2.0

The Big Question: What did you learn about learning in 2008?

Clive on Learning

The Learning Circuits Blog Big Question for December is 'what did you learn about learning in 2008?' All conscious learning is to some degree stressful, even when it's voluntary and not work-related - and particularly in the classroom. Lars is Learning.

LearnTrends - Google Wave - DevLearn - Best of eLearning Learning

eLearning Learning Posts

Best of eLearning Learning. Online Learning Technologies–Past, Present, and Future. Why The Death Of The Newspaper Industry Should Scare The Hell Out Of The Learning Industry. Social Media: Trends and Implications for Learning. Learning Putty , November 20, 2009. Top 50 Mobile Learning Resources - Upside Learning Blog , November 2, 2009. Random Web 2.0 Learning Conversations , November 13, 2009. Grading 2.0:

Personalizing Web Access " WebTools For Learners

Web Tools for Learners

That has been my experience in my own learning. I think knowing how to set up and manipulate our tools is essential to any skilled artisan, knowledge workers included. Social bookmarking Post #4 Web 2.0 and its learning and educational possibilities. learning.

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195 posts about MOOCs

Jay Cross

From Learning Management to Personal Knowledge Management. Acquiring new knowledge and skills – e.g. in webinars, online workshops, MOOCs , and through videos and screencasts, etc. “If E-Learning Generations. version française ) In recent years I have been working on two major concepts:first, the connectivist theory of online learning, which views learning as anetwork process; and second, the massive open online course, or MOOC , which isan instantiation of that process.

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Top 68 eLearning Posts from April - Hot Topics iPad Google Buzz

eLearning Learning Posts

Best of eLearning Learning. The Org Structure of Enterprise 2.0 - trainingwreck , April 18, 2010 I’m lucky to be a member of the 2.0 As a member, I have access to a plethora of sharing, information and intellect as it relates to how individuals are driving Enterprise 2.0 Key Social Learning Roles - Daretoshare , April 4, 2010 Premise : Learning communities or networks thrive because its members possess certain skills and capabilities.