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

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.

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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

Digital Learning 2.0: Entering the age of participatory mobile, micro-learning

Gnowbe

EDUCATION and learning have started to undergo its own digital disruption with the advent of MOOCs (massive open online course), almost eight years ago. Digital Learning 1.0 (the the age of the MOOCs) has really started to democratize learning through digital access to content that was traditionally limited to face-to-face. What is Digital Learning 2.0? There are three major trends that I believe should define Digital Learning 2.0.

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. The focus is shifting from the workshop to the workplace, from courses to conversations, from classrooms to learning environments, and from events to on-going processes. Informal Learning 2.0

Learning 2.0 - Make learning deliver

Adobe Captivate

elearning , Feedback , Learning Circuits , Clive Shepherd , Web 2.0 , Learning 2.0. This month's Big Question on the Learning Circuits Blog asks 'What new skills and knowledge are required for learning professionals?'. I suspect a lot of the X 2.0 discussions have within themselves elements of Web 2.0. Instantiating Learning for X, we also notice the same shades. Where things get skewed is the tendency to look at learning 2.0

Skills Training

Tony Karrer

Skills Gap There's a great post by Catherine Lombardozzi - Learning 2.0 that discusses the skills that "many employees … well beyond school … could use help in developing … skills are different." She goes on to list out the skills and I think it's quite a good list. Skills Training? As I was thinking about this week's: SharePoint in Corporate Learning - Free Micro Virtual Conference and my presentation March 17 on Web 2.0

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"Learning 2.0" and why that name suddenly is torquing me off.

Mark Oehlert

So somebody recently asked me about a presentation on "Learning 2.0" I know, cause I heard him say it myself, that Tim O'Reilly, the guy who started the whole "2.0" SO I really don't believe that humans are learning differently - meaning, I think we are constituting memories, adapting behavior, practicing new skills - those activities that typically make up learning from the human standpoint - in much the same way as we have for hundreds if not thousands of years.

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?" My colleague and I had begun a similar discussion on our " explore learning solutions " forum as well. Only way we stand out is the design/form/structure/format that we present the learning in.

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If knowledge and skills are so important.

Sticky Learning

As I was reading the article, I was struck by what I felt were parallels with learning and the distribution of knowledge. In many ways, traditional media is really just a source of 'popular' learning. With Tim's article as the basis for my thinking I'd like to take you through my ideas as I read the article, I think it has relevance for how we see learning today and into the future. if the knowledge and skills are so important, they will find me!' Web 2.0

Learning Professionals’ Skills 2.0 – Learning Circuits Big Question July 2009

The E-Learning Curve

This month's Learning Circuits Blog Big Question is. 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. The E-learning Curve blog shares thought-provoking commentary and practical knowledge for e-learning professionals. skills development Learning Circuits Blog Big Question Learning Professional Tags: performance web 2.0

New Skills for Learning Professionals

The Learning Circuits

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? New Skills and Knowledge for Learning Professionals? So, it should look like: Tony Karrer - e-Learning 2.0

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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. There were many great ideas on trends and how to find a business model that will sustain the business of learning. eLearning e-Learning Strategy e-Learning Tags: e-Learning 2.0

Nuts and Bolts: Building a Personal Learning Network (PLN) by Jane Bozarth

Learning Solutions Magazine

Social media tools can be as powerful for solving your information and skill needs as they are for your learners’ needs. Here is the way to develop your own Personal Learning Network. Future Trends Getting Started Learning 2.0 Trainers and instructional designers have professional development needs too! It’s simple, and it’s free! Professional Development Social Media Tools

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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New Presenter and Learner Methods and Skills

The Learning Circuits

Hence, this month's big question is: New Presenter and Learner Methods & Skills? I'm hoping to learn a lot out of this discussion which is certainly far bigger than my original post. So, it should look like: Tony Karrer - e-Learning 2.0 or you could also include your blog name with something like: Tony Karrer - e-Learning 2.0 : eLearningTechnology Responses So Far

eLearning Design for Short Attention Span and Overloaded Learners

Vignettes Learning

Synthesis: With the barrage of distractions thrown at these already-overloaded learners, we are faced with the challenge to help them focus on what is necessary, must-learn, what is of immediate relevance and content that is rapidly applicable to their jobs and tasks at hand. My goal here is to provide helpful tips to engage our learners’ attention and achieve our learning objectives. Useful content immediately Programs should be focused on must-learn and immediately-useful content.

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? Perhaps, the Agnostic is the unbounded innovator in us and the Princip led is the traditionalist in us. __ As learning professionals, have we analyzed h ow our approaches affect our learners and their specific learning and performance environments? Web 2.0

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The Human Factor:Three Questions To Ask Yourself When Creating Web 2.0 Training by Mary Arnold

Learning Solutions Magazine

Real-world meetings and classrooms require ground rules and good classroom management or facilitation skills. The Web 2.0 learning environment also needs to provide guidance and facilitation for learners, and this is part of the instructional designer’s job. Here are three questions that can help you stay on course as you work to establish a collaborative learning environment. Tags: Instructional Design Learning 2.0

# 1 - Deepening Social Learning to Work Performance - Proposed Model

Vignettes Learning

Series # 1 - Can we use formal learning structure as a framework in implementing Learning 2.0? In implementing Learning 2.0 Social networking in learning) I encounter the usual problems I experience in implementing traditional e-Learning and Webinars. Trainers, participants, managers, and leaders follow long-standing, existing and embedded workflows - i n this case, how to deliver training and learning.

Instant Learning: How it works and how to make it happen?

Vignettes Learning

Synthesis: The brain’s ability to replicate real life events that enables us to share them with others is a powerful learning tool that we can maximize to facilitate instant learning in our elearning sessions. Explore with me the steps that may help you create a more meaningful and experiential learning environment for your learners. This is instant learning. Instant learning happens as a quick loop of experience consisting of an event, feedback and discovery.

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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? Such excesses have their parallels in the learning world. Take e-learning design, for example. Yes/No) I mix informal learning experiences in the structured learning path.

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. People become so engrossed in what they are doing that they don't see that they are learning - until they have learnt (if this makes sense?) So what does this mean for workplace learning? design informal learning opportunities to meet the development needs of workers.

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.

“Brain Freeze: Does your eLearning System Cause Learning Paralysis?”

Vignettes Learning

However, the influx of information to an individual’s brain may prove to be debilitating to one’s decision making process or may result to learning paralysis for learners. The Zombie Tech Effect is my description of behavioral manifestations when we suffer from information overload that disables us from making quality decisions or results to learning paralysis.) In the training and learning practice we have become accustomed to the concept of not overloading our learners.

Inspire others - be a Master Storyteller -Study the Profile and Survey

Vignettes Learning

The Master Storyteller Survey and Profile below is a product of my research on how to help trainers, learning and eLearning specialists to reflect on how well they are applying the ideas of storytelling in improving learning and performance. It is NOT a scientific instrument for gauging your attitudes or skill set. Facts alone do not help in decisions or learning. # Do you engage people in conversation and learn about their feelings towards certain things or views?

Assess yourself -- Would you qualify as a Social Learning Specialist or Leader?

Vignettes Learning

In November 29, 2007, I wrote in my blog the new jobs and careers in Social Learning. I have been seeing growth in eLearning and training professionals wanting more training and skills in Social Learning. For example: >Share information and resources without expectation of a direct return >Encourage others to become network weavers and take responsibility for increasing the health of their networks >Show people how to learn social learning styles.

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?

Is there Catharsis in Web. 20? "I am hungry for love"

Vignettes Learning

I am in search for something in Web 2.0. The end is clear to me: How to find cathartic or closure like experience with aid of Web 2.0. Although I have been developing learning technologies and systems, my eyes have always been on the outcome in terms of experience, learning, healing and revitalization. *. So this is my personal dairy as a student of group psychology, learning and technology. Why Web 2.0? tools or e-Learning 2.0

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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. Social Learning occurs in a sense through osmosis.

DIYEL #9 Be a gold prospector. Separate nuggets from the tons of dirt. This will serve your learners well.

Vignettes Learning

They bury them in piles of irrelevant learning materials and loads of unnecessary information. Because of this “dumping dirt” practice, the training profession is losing ground to other ways to learn on the Internet. The problem of “dirt dumping” will soon be 10,000 times worse because of the swift and massive growth of knowledge and skills for training people directly. Does your e-Learning Program carry junk? rapid e-learning e-Learning Strategy e-Learning

eLearning Design WITHOUT a Subject Matter Expert (SME)

Vignettes Learning

Obtain answers from other sources; I call “quasi-SMEs” – other sources of expertise: What “must learners” learn to perform immediately? Run a contest and ask people to share their best stories and learning. Conduct a relevancy survey on what people feel they need the most learning. Develop the skill of a business consultant - the ability to discover what truly matters so you can adjust your design. e-Learning "instructional design

Does your e-Learning Program carry junk?

Vignettes Learning

Does your e-Learning Program carry junk? Our e-Learning junks are unnecessary training content that learners do not need to learn; but we (trainers, developers, leaders) store them anyway, rent space for them and worse we insist people learn them. To rid of junk, let us focus on working competency skills – those that matter, not junk learners can not use. competencies rapid e-learning eLearning Tags: e-Learning 2.0

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Work Literacy of Social Learning Implementors

Vignettes Learning

The discussions are very helpful in formulating my thoughts on the issues of social learning tools, technologies and impacts on performance. The areas I am often asked is: "How do we use social learning and networking to improve performance at work?" What is the role of the leader, trainer and manager in implementing the social learning process? What are the skill sets? Social learning is focused on interactions of users.

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From Social Networking to Performance Widgets

Vignettes Learning

Soon, LinkedIn plans to add additional features, like a group calendar, and let independent developers contribute their own programs that will allow employees to collaborate on projects. " "The idea is to let firms exploit their employees' social connections, institutional memories and special skills - knowledge that large, geographically dispersed companies often have a difficult time obtaining." I consider these tools "learning and performance widgets".

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". 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. This however runs the risk of removing the 'in' from informal, leaving us with just another type of formal learning. Remember, this is still informal learning.

Web 2.0 Strategy

Janet Clarey

Organizational and learning culture. Skills and competencies. You’ll be looking for stuff like this: Initially, I thought governance was out of step with Web 2.0. Learning governance consists of planning for learning, allocating investments to learning, and managing those investments. If your goal is to create an environment for collaborative learning using technology, you’ll have to discuss a specific strategy for technology.

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