Three Ways Technology is Changing the Learning Space (Plus One)

Learningtogo

Most of us in the learning profession pride ourselves on being comfortable with technology. Whenever a new tool is available, we’re ready to give it a try, eager to adopt the latest way to help people learn. Or maybe we just get too busy with the day-to-day of writing, designing, developing, delivering, measuring and revising our training programs to find the time and energy to implement all that shiny new technology. But the learning experience is real.

Three Ways Technology is Changing the Learning Space (Plus One)

Learningtogo

Most of us in the learning profession pride ourselves on being comfortable with technology. Whenever a new tool is available, we’re ready to give it a try, eager to adopt the latest way to help people learn. We love our tech. Featured LearningToGo Blog

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Active learning spaces

Learning with 'e's

Recently I wrote about collaborative learning spaces , and argued that we are entering unfamiliar territory. The boundaries of informal and formal spaces have blurred significantly, as have the boundaries between the real and the virtual. It appears that it no longer matters where learning occurs, as long as it is meaningful. Some might argue that learning that is situated is the most powerful. All of these aspects of learning are active.

Learning spaces

Learning with 'e's

Throughout the programme of initial teacher education, our specialist computing and ICT students are constantly creating blogs, videos and other digital representations of their learning. So here's another batch for you: The question the students had to address on this occasion was: 'How can psychological and pedagogical theories be applied to create effective learning spaces?' Clearly, the word 'space' can be extended to beyond the walls of the traditional classroom.

Reinventing learning spaces

Learning with 'e's

Phone charging station at Stratford Shopping Centre, London I have written extensively about education spaces, architectures for learning , and personal learning environments. I elaborated on these ideas in my recent book Learning with ''e''s like this: If the design of a space is wrong, learning can be constrained or even stifled. Teachers should be the architects of learning spaces (Wheeler, 2015, p 102).

Online Learning Space: Why Teachers Should Use It?

ProProfs

With the massive worldwide adoption of the web at the start of the 2000s, a lot of brand new learning technologies were developed, allowing learners and teachers alike to have an alternative experience. That being said, a lot of people still have an aversion towards online learning and they aren’t aware of just how many benefits there are of teaching students in an online environment. Managing and tracking learning courses is better. Learning & Training

Working space as learning space

Learning with 'e's

Graham Attwell over at Pontydysgu (Bridge to Learning) has challenged me to take five pictures that depict my working space as a learning space. For me, my working space has always been my learning space (well, ever since I became involved in education anyway). I get paid to teach and research at Plymouth University , but this all comes about through my own personal learning. Posted by Steve Wheeler from Learning with e's.

Self organised learning spaces

Learning with 'e's

I only provide them with the conditions in which they can learn." - Albert Einstein The social web is replete with self-organising spaces. Us and an army of similar minded volunteers who love learning, and want to share their knowledge. And that should give all of use some clues as to how to facilitate self-organising learning spaces. Yet many academics and teachers struggle with the concept of self-organised learning. "I never teach my students.

Creative learning spaces

Learning with 'e's

For me, one of the highlights of the Estonian Elearning Conference in Tallinn was listening to Stephen Harris , principal of the Sydney Centre for Innovations in Learning. SCIL is an Australian secondary school that practices teaching and learning within open spaces, where student autonomy and personalisation of learning are top priorities. The Cave: This is a personal learning space where students can be on their own.

Learning spaces of the third kind

Learning with 'e's

The first kind of space was highly organised. In these 'class' rooms, our students gathered, seated in rows, facing toward a single part of the space - the front. Many of these, the blackboard, the projector and the screen, and eventually other new technologies such as television and video, were placed at the front of the room because this was where all the action was. Next came the second kind of space - rooms where people could face in more than one direction.

Be Ready for the Learning Space of the Future

ATD Learning Technologies

Spurred by technology, learning spaces are changing in ways that require our attention and collaboration—so we can continue to shape them in ways that meet the needs of current and future learners. Click here to read full version

More fabulous learning spaces

Learning with 'e's

The space in which a child learns is important. If a school gets it wrong, learning can be constrained or even completely stifled. It didn't lead to very good learning outcomes. It's often the simple things that improve the learning environment, and as Stephen Heppell says, better school toilets = better results. Last year I wrote about some fabulous learning spaces I had seen while visiting schools in New Zealand.

Redefining learning spaces

Learning with e's

Next year we will be under the banner of 'Crossing Boundaries: Redefining Learning Space'. All are invited from any sectors of education and training, and there is an early call for workshop, papers and demonstrations on the theme: The 4th Plymouth e-Learning Conference will examine the theme of e-learning in a time of change, and will challenge notions of traditional boundaries, learning spaces and roles. Posted by Steve Wheeler from Learning with e's.

Learning spaces and places

Learning with e's

This entire series on technology affordances was started off by a remark I made during the 5th Plymouth e-Learning Conference , and my subsequent blogpost which I called ' Angels in the architecture '. in which I highlighted the fact that affordances are emergent attributes of the design that are based on perceptions, and we must therefore be careful how we select technologies to support learning. Opaque technologies need to become more transparent.

How to prepare your workforce for the future

Wranx

Rapid changes in technology mean that the work environment is constantly evolving and organisations have to prepare for, and embrace, a digital transformation. Mobile Learning Spaced Repetition Microlearning

Be Ready for the Learning Space of the Future

ATD Learning Technologies

Spurred by technology, learning spaces are changing in ways that require our attention and collaboration—so we can continue to shape them in ways that meet the needs of current and future learners. Click here to read full version

Working from home / location independent working

Technology Enhanced Learning Blog

Note: remote working doesn’t have to mean working from home, it means there is an ability to work in another location that is not your normal/assigned space. I have my work space, as I would in the office. The important thing here is that I have control of what distractions I allow in to my space. We are living and working during incredible times where technology means we can still access our files remotely, contact colleagues in realtime, attend meetings.

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Learning with 'e's: It’s Personal: Learning Spaces, Learning Webs

Learning with e's

It’s Personal: Learning Spaces, Learning Webs View more presentations from Steve Wheeler. In 'It's Personal: Learning Spaces, Learning Webs' , I attempt to compare and contrast a number of learning philosophies, and define some of the (un)boundaries of informal and self organised learning - the fertile ground within which personal learning approaches flourish. Posted by Steve Wheeler from Learning with e's.

How to Use Augmented Reality for Technology Based Learning

Origin Learning

Technology acts funny at times. On the other hand, cutting edge graphics and 3D technology make it possible to create life like, real environments! That being said for the humor, let’s explore how augmented reality can be used for technology based learning, such as e-learning and m-learning. Obviously, this creates the potential to redefine learning spaces by making the learning experience much more exciting and powerful.

Generations, Learning Space, eLearning, Energy, & Talent Management

Big Dog, Little Dog

Mapping the learning space Clark Quinn in Learnlets. Clark maps the performance ecosystem space: You might also like the Performance Typology Map and the Learning Concept Map. E-Lessons Learned - Patti Shank in Training Magazine. Six lessons learned: Online and classroom learning are not interchangeable. Traditional instructional design methods need to be rethought, especially for e-learning. I don't know what title to give this post.

The ‘un-book book’

Technology Enhanced Learning Blog

During this we came up with an idea for the ‘un-book book’, kind of like the ‘un-conference conference’ Here were our ideas for un-learning chapters in the un-book book: Here we go. More … 7/ ‘learning with fees’ @SteveWheeler 8/ ‘If you’re not learning, you’re not earning…’ @ActivateLearn 9/ ‘living in a classroom with no ipad’ 10/ ‘humble just doesn’t suit you’ 11/ ‘honey I digitised the kids’ — David Hopkins (@hopkinsdavid) March 19, 2019.

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Essential Reading (and Other Skills) for Staying Ahead in the Learning Space

Mindflash

He has just finished his masters degree, and has not had time, in a long time, to keep current on learning industry trends and technologies. In 2000, I read the Bob Woodward book about Alan Greenspan, Maestro , and learned one vital lesson about staying current, studying, and reading. Network and learn. I learn as much from communicating with other people in our field, as I do reading books, magazines, and blogs. Learning on the Leading Edge.

Technology choices need to be strategic

CLO Magazine

Chief Learning Officer is uniquely situated to see all the new and interesting things organizations are doing with technology in their learning and development functions each year, thanks in large part to our LearningElite and Learning In Practice awards programs. 14 in Chicago, the winners of the 2019 Learning In Practice Technology Award will be announced. So, where will those learning tech investments be made?

Top 10 LMS websites

Ed App

A learning management system (LMS) is a software application that handles all aspects of the learning process, including the housing, delivery, and tracking of company training content. Lessonly is an LMS website designed to help teams learn, practice, and work better.

Learning Technologies 2019 #LT19UK

Brightwave Group

Learning Technology Conference and Exhibition. We are running two must-see sessions at Learning Technologies 2019. Two of our in-house experts will be unpacking their telescopes and microscopes to look at the latest developments in digital learning from up-high and up-close. Uncanny Valley meets the Empathy Machine: CG content Vs 360° video in immersive learning. The latest to step into sight are the immersive technologies of AR/VR and 360° video.

LEARNNOVATORS PARTNERS CII TO CONDUCT WEBINAR SERIES ON “GAMIFICATION”

Learnnovators

Learnnovators, a leading provider of innovative e-learning solutions, recently conducted a webinar series on “Gamification” in association with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Southern Region. Learnnovators , headquartered in Chennai (India), is a multiple-award winning organization that specializes in the design and development of innovative and effective learning solutions for the workplace. It also offers its own learning platform, Learnosphere. Chennai (India).

The 10 most innovative eLearning platforms

Ed App

Expanding onto new markets with new products or adjusting marketing politics to global trends is essential to stay afloat (as we’ve recently learned from the global pandemic). Every corporate environment needs a trusted online learning platform. LinkedIn Learning.

LEARNNOVATORS PARTNERS CII TO CONDUCT WORKSHOP ON “GAMIFICATION”

Learnnovators

Learnnovators, a leading provider of innovative e-learning solutions, conducted a workshop on “Gamification” in association with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Southern Region. Learnnovators , headquartered in Chennai (India), is a multiple-award winning organization that specializes in the design and development of innovative and effective learning solutions for the workplace. It also offers its own learning platform, Learnosphere. Chennai (India).

LEARNNOVATORS PRESENTS SUCCESS STORY AT FOCUSON LEARNING 2016

Learnnovators

Srividya Kumar, Co-founder of Learnnovators, took the stage at FocusOn Learning 2016, and presented a case study session to attendees. About FocusOn Learning 2016. FocusOn Learning is a leading event in North America focused on three key areas of the learning business – mobile, video, and performance support. We have also crafted several just-in-time, micro-learning modules and performance-support solutions for our clients. Chennai (India).

LEARNNOVATORS WINS ‘INNOVATION IN LEARNING SERVICES’ AWARD FROM GLOBAL T&D CONGRESS

Learnnovators

Learnnovators, a leading provider of innovative e-learning solutions, has won the ‘Training & Development Leadership Awards’ under the ‘Innovation in Learning Services’ category from Global T&D Congress. MPSS is a mobile app-based performance support system that uses micro-learning videos and searchable text. At the same time, it made use of new, novel technologies to draw learners in and keep them engaged. Chennai (India).

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LEARNNOVATORS PARTNERS CII TO CONDUCT WORKSHOP ON “E-LEARNING STRATEGY & IMPLEMENTATION”

Learnnovators

Learnnovators, a leading provider of innovative e-learning solutions, conducted a workshop on “E-Learning Strategy and Implementation” in association with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Southern Region. The workshop, conducted on 29th January 2016, sought to inculcate the right way of thinking and approaching a learning project, starting from setting goals, right up to evaluating the results of the learning program. Chennai (India).

Learning Management System – LMS

Ed App

LMS stands for Learning Management System. Its name is very helpful in understanding what it is: a system which enables educators and trainers to manage student learning. Today, this system is online and web-based, using digital software and technology. Spaced Repetition .

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Emerging technologies & challenges in e-Learning content creation: Global resourcing to rescue

G-Cube

The dynamics of e-Learning Industry have recently witnessed swift changes due to emergence of new technologies in recent past. Emerging Platforms - Pressure on e-Learning Development. The emergence of new technologies requires the organizations to quickly arrange for skilled workforce that can develop quality e-Learning content on the new platforms to satisfy the Learners’ needs. e-Learning Tools & Technologies

Where Would We Be Without LMS Technology?

ePath Learning

Do you remember what corporate training was like prior to the introduction of LMS technology? Employees crammed into a break room for a lunch and learn. I think it’s fair to say that the advent of LMS technology revolutionized corporate training and corporate training budgets. I’d go as far to say that LMS technology changed the entire corporate training paradigm, and for the better. We believe that LMS technology is here to stay.

Top 11 Disruptive E-Learning Technologies For 2013

Learnnovators

e-Learning is dynamically evolving, thanks to the incredible achievements in highly powerful and intelligent tools and technologies that are rapidly emerging. These developments have expanded the possibilities of taking e-learning to great heights more than ever. These disruptive technologies are re-shaping the learning and education landscape. They help us make learning more engaging and effective and ultimately help learners succeed. MOBILE LEARNING.

Five perspectives on Learning Technologies 2016

Sponge UK

It’s the biggest event of its kind in Europe and draws thousands of people from across the learning space to see and experience the latest the industry has to offer. But Learning Technologies 2016 means different things to different people so we’ve taken the temperature of this year’s event by getting a cross-section of perspectives. . Why I’m back at Learning Technologies for the first time in 10 years.” . David MacHale, Olive Learning .

2020 learning technologies

Learning with e's

It's difficult to see much beyond the end of the year, so trying to predict what technologies we might see in schools by 2020 is like staring into a very strong spotlight. It is highly likely that more informal tools and technologies, such as handheld devices, mobile phones and games consoles will take an increasing role in formal education. We don't know what informal personal technologies will look like in 2020. Posted by Steve Wheeler from Learning with e's.

CLO Q&A: Learning is a Technology Role

CLO Magazine

Ashley Williams is deputy chief learning officer and chief operating officer, learning and development, for McKinsey & Co. where she’s worked in learning for the last 12 years. She sat down with Chief Learning Officer at the CLO Breakfast Club event in Atlanta in May and shared her perspective on the role of a learning executive, her career path and how learning and technology are increasingly intertwined. technology. technology

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Live from Learning Technologies Summer Forum

Unicorn Training

It’s that time of year again – we’re back at Learning Technologies Summer Forum today at Kensington Olympia!With As this year’s LT Summer marks a whole twelve months since we launched the Learning Ecosphere, it’s certainly interesting to see how the industry has evolved – and encouraging that the concept of a joined-up approach across previously diverse learning channels is more embedded than ever.As

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Why I forgot your name – a lesson on spaced repetition for training

Ed App

Unfortunately, the same neural wiring challenges occur when it comes to corporate training and learning. . Contemplating how we learn is the first step in improving professional learning outcomes. Famous for conceptualising the ‘Forgetting Curve,’ Ebbinghaus found that when learning content that is delivered in a stand-alone block, without any follow-up, it will be almost entirely lost within 90 days. Spaced repetition. Spaced repetition.

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