Workday Fires A Cannon Into The HR Technology Market

Josh Bersin on Enterprise Learning

Not only did Jerry Seinfeld remind us that “we’ve lost interest in life, now we’re only interested in battery life,” but Workday unleashed a torrent of new talent applications, many of which are going.

Why Millennials Love Microlearning

Grovo

The key to doing that job effectively is microlearning , a method that uses small moments of learning to drive better job performance and development. They expect information to arrive not in big bundles, but in a torrent of small morsels. Microlearning Millennials E-learning

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Lets go ahead and solve the future of publishing right now.

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Day 3 - Forecasting the Future: Predicition Markets and MMOGs | Main | SCORM and the Whole 2.0 Turns out that there is this site, Textbook Torrents, that is using BitTorrent to distribute free copies of expensive textbooks. Posted by: boete hypotheek | March 16, 2009 at 01:50 AM I predict an outcome similar to Napster for sites like Textbook Torrent.

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Agile Learning Gives Wholesalers and Advisors “Something to Talk About”

Allego

Today there is a torrent of information. Now Imagine that your Chief Strategist, Economist or – feel free to intone a bad Boston accent here — “Wicked Smaht” Portfolio Manager put together a conversational and pithy video using a sales learning and readiness platform.

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Virtual Objects That Can Be Touched – The New Era in AR/VR?

CHRP-INDIA

It is primarily known for unleashing a torrent of experiences with fully immersive virtual environments. Virtual reality has been in the news for its immense value proposition that can deliver stellar outcomes to businesses across various industry verticals.

How to replace top-down training with collaborative learning (1)

Jay Cross

x what’s broken, let’s imagine what ideal corporate learning would look like if we could start over from scratch. They have to keep up with a torrent of new products and services, not just their own but also their competitors’. Continuous learning is the only way they can keep up.

Pokémon whoa!

E-Learning Provocateur

I hadn’t planned to play Pokémon Go myself, but given its sheer popularity I felt it would be remiss of me as an e-learning professional to forgo an informed opinion. Predictably, Pokémon Go has provoked a torrent of criticism from non-players, and I say some of it is warranted.

What I Learned Producing 90 eLearning Videos In 8 Weeks At Google

Videonitch

5 Things I Learned Producing 90 eLearning Videos In Two Months. We scripted them, directed them, led the production team & post-production team, rolled out a new Learning Management System (LMS) and uploaded/configured it all, and built out the exam and all the behind-the-scenes stuff that makes it all work. Post-production is the part of video-making that scares Learning and Development folks the most, probably because they know the least about it.

BIG DATA, GOOD INFORMATION & A WAY FOR YOU TO USE IT

Wonderful Brain

How do we pluck just the right information we need from this torrent of bits? When building a learning course for example, your subject matter experts deliver very specific information as they must do. In this article I want to explore 3 connected ideas.

Writing & Grammar: Answers to Last Week's Comma Challenge on Compound Sentences Versus Compound Predicates

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

We could see the branches of all the trees in the woods surrounding the house whipping horizontally although the tree trunks were nearly invisible for the torrents of rain. Join her online and learn about  Writing Effective eLearning Voiceover Scripts  and  eLearning: Writing Step-by-Step Scripts and Training Documents.

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Disorienting Dilemmas, Eye-Opening Openings, and Inspirational Closings: Online Training 101

Mindflash

So, why are so many training courses kicked off with the bland formula of: instructor introduction, list of learning objectives, and bulleted list of the training topics? Disorienting Dilemmas Lead to Transformative Learning. First tell me Why I need to learn from your training content.

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A cure for the page/slide hangover?

Learning Rocks

Likewise, most e-learning (asynchronous courseware) still exhibits features of its flat/linear predecessors. Thanks to Jane Hart for the Prezi link, lost in the torrent of good stuff on her PotD. One of the example demos for online presentation tool Prezi makes a very valid point: slides are a side effect of an old unused technology, slide projectors. Still, all presentation software today relies on slides.

The Proof of Gamification

Growth Engineering

Learning associations are vital to an effective training programme. Dopamine is the chemical driving force of learning associations , and your brain releases loads of it whenever you’re surprised. But what happens when you take the learning out of the laboratory?

10 Elearning Trends That Research Says You’ll See in 2018

Elucidat

Investment in workplace learning and development is set to rise yet again next year, with the growth of the global elearning industry expected to increase 11% by 2020. Investment in workplace learning budgets are set to rise again next year. Many are producing mobile learning (i.e.,

Why Online Employee Orientation is important?

eFront

is an important part of human resource management, and an ideal fit for an e-learning solution. – An e-learning orientation course can be comprehensive, covering all the needed topics, since you can think about what you need to cover beforehand and ensure that everything is there.

My 10 Ten Tools for Learning

Learning Rocks

Google Search (Personal) Despite the never ending torrent of brilliantly useful stuff that the Big G churns out, it still is barely necessary to append "search" to their name to be clear what you mean when you say Google is a vital tool. I also use it for cobbling together graphics in a hurry (2007's much improved graphical power doing much of the heavy lifting that I don't have time to learn in GIMP).

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My 10 Ten Tools for Learning

Learning Rocks

Google Search (Personal) Despite the never ending torrent of brilliantly useful stuff that the Big G churns out, it still is barely necessary to append "search" to their name to be clear what you mean when you say Google is a vital tool. I also use it for cobbling together graphics in a hurry (2007's much improved graphical power doing much of the heavy lifting that I don't have time to learn in GIMP).

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): The Tool Kit Edition

Mark Oehlert

Design (via CSS Juice ) GoWare (personal mobile portal) Article on Bitlet (Bit Torrent extension for Firefox) via Webware Animoto looks very cool.

Why I don't like Twitter

Learning Rocks

I find it very useful and it has probably become my number one personal learning tool over the last year*. However, I am becoming increasingly sceptical about its use as a social learning tool in any organised sense and in particular, there are some characteristics of how it is being used that frankly I'm not altogether comfortable with. Perhaps this is because there are lots more conferences in the learning tech arena, perhaps not. If we count only work-relevant learning.

70 years on and still relevant: The Sabre-Toothed Future

Performance Learning Productivity

But I thought it a good starting point for a new blog about performance, learning and productivity. In early 1939 McGraw-Hill published a profound little book that should be on the reading list of everyone involved in learning and training today. This first post is a long one.

The silos start to tumble.

Learning with e's

The conference themes are also appetising, with e-portfolios, open libraries, cultural contexts for e-learning, digital literacy and e-inclusion all making an appearance. I have visions of midnight raids on unsuspecting farms and torrents of grain falling down from monstrously huge (and protected) storage areas. had on institutionalised learning and training'. there's the death of the Learning Management System to start with.

Sun, Elite, and the future

Jay Cross

They lack the discipline to put in the hard work to learn things the way you and I did when we were in school. Learning professionals know that the incoming generation is not going to put up with what has passed for corporate training since the 70s.

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Keen as mustard?

Learning with e's

No, I am not making it up - but I thought, how very appropriate, given the wintry torrents of rain outside. Posted by Steve Wheeler from Learning with e's. I'm back safely on British soil again, courtesy of British Airways , who always get you there in the end.

Weapon of mass detraction

Learning with e's

Very quickly the harsh comments began to pop up on the Twitter stream, and very soon they became a torrent of abuse, disparaging remarks that took on a more and more personal hue, turning the event into a 'car crash keynote'. It became a phenomenon in 2009. No, not Twitter.

A cure for the page/slide hangover?

Learning Rocks

Likewise, most e-learning (asynchronous courseware) still exhibits features of its flat/linear predecessors. Thanks to Jane Hart for the Prezi link, lost in the torrent of good stuff on her PotD.

Jay Cross's Informal Learning - Untitled Article

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Here are the top sites from Informal Learning Flow for September 2009. 9 presentations on 9/9/09 - Workplace Learning Today , September 9, 2009. US Gov Report on Online Learning – a must read - Donald Clark Plan B , September 8, 2009. Corporate learning not preparing workers for the future - Internet Time , September 23, 2009. Corporations need to catch up on open content - Informal Learning , September 17, 2009.

Re-orientation

Jay Cross

Now, the torrent of information generated by the ever increasing stream of new developments has rendered this impossible. My home page links to my public-facing material: blogs, videos, Flickr, SlideShare, popular articles, several communities, free chapters from Informal Learning, and so on. For example, I set up a Google search that limits what it finds to learning voices I trust; another pulls answers only from people on John Hagel’s blogroll. Feeling lost?