Learning 2.0 Is Like Punk Rock

eLearning Weekly

We were trying to hypothesize why so many (e)Learning 2.0 Several of us learning tech geeks see such great opportunities with learning 2.0, Instead of waiting for top-down direction, employees are installing learning 2.0 Peggy Gartin , a friend and colleague, came up with a great simile: Learning 2.0 Punk is a music genre that defies the mainstream. This resonates with what I’ve seen related to learning 2.0.

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! In a room with about 30 others spread across 5 tables Janet walked us all through different social tools that are available and how they could be used for learning. Key question: Why aren't more business using social media as much as they could to enhance organisational learning? E-Learning is what?


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Read Write v Read Only

Sticky Learning

Think of me watching films, TV, various videos, listening to music, reading books and blogs. Option two however would technically be illegal (but it would be engaging, interesting and people would learn). Now for how this links in with learning. Read Only is how things used to be when it comes to learning, as education for the masses was formalised in the late 1800's education it was a method on transferring knowledge.

Waiting for "Free"

Sticky Learning

Think of all the music on your iPod/Phone, did you pay for it all? From a learning perspective, there is a bit of Free out there on the net but not all that much. Learning and the net is a work in progress, new ideas abound but a solid model is still to emerge. Free will be a part of the future of learning, it's just not possible to say how just yet. Tags: Books Ideas Learning Learning 2.0 Waiting doesn't cost me anything!

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Twitter # 21 - Worthless Wrist Watch

Vignettes Learning

Hmm how about wrist "pod" that is my GPS, music player, PDA, cell phone. Ray Jimenez, PhD www.vignettestraining.com "Helping Learners Learn Their Way" Ray Jimenez, PhD Author "3-Minute e-Learning" www.vignettestraining.comHow do you know if you are really behind the curve in technology? You wear a wrist watch. Why use a wrist watch? What does it do? What?!!! It only does one think - tell time?" -- this is what a young person would say!

The iPod Video & e-Learning Looking Glass

Vignettes Learning

Currently, I am enjoying my 40 Gig iPod for music and have downloaded hundreds of my favorite songs. The cool thing about iPod is the way I can organize, listen, and purchase music anytime I want. But after showing the group how the iPod works, a couple of people had very strong feelings about how trainers are losing control over the learning process. Although the video production process is the same, the learning consideration is different.

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Desire2Learn Mobile FLV - eLearning from Last Week

Tony Karrer

Here what eLearning Learning thinks is the most interesting stuff from last week. 9 Free Tools That Help Me Build Better E-Learning , May 5, 2009 Control and Community: A Case Study of Enterprise Wiki Usage , May 4, 2009 Using Elgg as as Social Learning platform , May 2, 2009 Learning with 'e's: e-Learning 3.0 , May 4, 2009 Learning 2.0 , May 5, 2009 Become a chief meta-learning officer , May 3, 2009 The Future of eLearning is Social Learning , May 2, 2009 Are You a Super Learner? ,

eLearning Learning - Best of May

Tony Karrer

eLearning Learning Hot List May 1, 2009 to May 31, 2009 Here is the best stuff from May 2009 via the eLearning Learning site. Clive on Learning , May 29, 2009 Implementing New Learning Technology? Tony Bates , May 8, 2009 Are Your E-Learning Courses Pushed or Pulled? , Tony Bates , May 8, 2009 Learning 2.0 Hope you enjoy. Top Posts The following are the top posts from featured sources based on social signals.

Knowledge and Learning In The News - 1/28/2006

Big Dog, Little Dog

Creating concept maps using the constructivism learning environment for an online class. Learning 2.0 Bootcamp - Will at Work Learning. What is Learning 2.0 ? Tag: Learning 2.0. 'To How do you learn all those lines?" Most people imagine that learning a script involves hours, days, and even months of rote memorization. The Pod People - Learning & Training Innovations. What's the Difference Between Learning and Training?

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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 tools give learners more control, by allowing them to easily create, share or reuse their own learning materials, and these tools also enable social learning networks that bridge the border between formal and informal learning. It describes what E-learning 2.0 is, which basic elements of Web 2.0

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Get Social, Get Game and Get Learning! eLearning Guilds Summer Seminar Series

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « "Understanding individual human mobility patterns" (nature article) | Main | Soapbox for the Day: Academic Journals like Field Methods, that dont support things like access to their content » June 19, 2008 Get Social, Get Game and Get Learning! that Brent Schlenker and I are doing an e Learning Guild Summer Seminar Series that is focused on all things "2.0"

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Anybody Else Notice How Much Context Amazon is Now Wrapping Around A Book?

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Potential Quote of the Day. Comments I've been using Amazon in my Learning 2.0 presentations as a prime example of Web 2.0 We are plainly witnessing a restructuring of the music and newspaper businesses, but their suffering isn’t unique, it’s prophetic."--Clay books futures Web 2.0