e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "MIT Researchers Advance Lecture Capture with Search Capabilities" (Campus Technology)

Mark Oehlert

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10 Patterns of Interaction: Implementing Social Learning Strategies in eLearning

eFront

There are a multitude of interaction methods in an eLearning environment to promote social learning. Research has repeatedly indicated the enhanced productivity associated with social learning. This type of interaction can also be used in speeches, lectures and demonstrations.

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10 Patterns of Interaction: Implementing Social Learning Strategies in eLearning

eFront

There are a multitude of interaction methods in an eLearning environment to promote social learning. Research has repeatedly indicated the enhanced productivity associated with social learning. This type of interaction can also be used in speeches, lectures and demonstrations.

My History of Live Blogged Notes

Experiencing eLearning

No Lecture Webinars. Social Networking, the “Third Place,” and the Evolution of Communication. Social Bookmarking to Support Professional Practice. Evaluating Social Networking Tools for Distance Learning.

How to MOOC: Technology-Enabled Learning Tools, Part 2

Your Training Edge

and the rapid rise of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other communications platforms have made one thing abundantly clear: Everything is social. As the workforce grows to include more Millennials – digital natives who spend nearly four hours per day on social networking sites – the social impact on training cannot be overstated. Course discussion forums are the most basic type of social platform used in MOOCs, but they are powerful tools and almost all MOOCs have them.

Peer Learning and MOOCs: Using Technology to Maximize Employee Learning

Your Training Edge

There are many reasons for organizations to adopt peer learning: People remember more of what they learn from one another than from listening to a lecture or reading a document. We have previously explored the technology-enabled learning tools that facilitate social interaction in MOOCs.

What’s in Your Technology-Enabled Learning Toolbox?

Your Training Edge

LectureScape — interactive data-driven lecture videos. Delicious , Pinboard — social bookmarking.

10 Ways To Learn In 2010

The eLearning Coach

It’s a visual search engine that draws content from all over the Web, particularly social media sites. Imagine a great lecture with no tests, papers or deadlines. OpenLearn has a Learning Space with lecture notes and discussion forums. Share this on del.icio.us.

Online courses must die!

E-Learning Provocateur

Not to mention blogs, wikis, discussion forums and social bookmarks. For example, many universities have a minimum 80% attendance policy for face-to-face lectures. A touch dramatic, isn’t it? Now that I have your attention, please bear with me.

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Cisco - Enterprise 2.0

Tony Karrer

Normally at such gatherings, promising up-and-comers from across a company hear lectures, bond, and ponder case studies. We're going to use social bookmarking to allow us to take the pulse of the organization," says Jim Grubb, who built the website (and whose day job is putting together John Chambers' demos). I don't know how I missed this, but thanks to Bill Ives for covering it on the FastForward blog - More Web 2.0 Stories, Part One: Cisco Goes All Out on Enterprise 2.0

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): " Visual Thinking, Imagery, and the Brain" (Eide Neurolearning Blog)

Mark Oehlert

Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us del.icio.us stuff Here are some of my main del.icio.us The Lewin Links This link should take you to the page I have on del.icio.us

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

Sticky Learning

I write a blog, use Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn etc but what did I know about Social Media really? 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!

Top 125 Workplace eLearning Posts of 2009

eLearning Learning Posts

So without further set, I’m happy to announce the Top Posts as defined by Social Filtering - meaning by everyone involved directly or indirectly in eLearning Learning. Twitter in the classroom: 10 useful resources , Social Media in Learning , August 12, 2009. Twitter in the classroom: 10 useful resources - Social Media in Learning , August 12, 2009. 7 Creative Ways to Introduce Social Media to Your Team - Learning Putty , October 22, 2009.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Vintage Tech Predictions - Some eerily right.

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Encyclopedia Britannica for the iPhone | Main | Grid 16: How Fast Can You Learn, Prioritize, and React? Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us del.icio.us

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Picnik: My new favorite online photo editor

Mark Oehlert

Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us del.icio.us stuff Here are some of my main del.icio.us The Lewin Links This link should take you to the page I have on del.icio.us

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Help Needed: Long Car Ride Ahead and I Want to Load Up on the Best Podcasts

Mark Oehlert

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Games And Simulations

The eLearning Coach

For some, admittedly small, portion of learning, lectures can be effective. So, ironically, an electronic simulation can be more realistic than a lecture because of the visual cues of simulations. Share with the social buttons below. Share this on Facebook Share this on del.icio.us

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "U.S. Spies Use Custom Videogames to Learn How to Think" (WIRED)

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « How will ISD handle "Neural Buddhism"? Given a choice between a droning classroom lecture or a videogame, the best method for teaching Generation Y was obvious. Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us del.icio.us stuff Here are some of my main del.icio.us The Lewin Links This link should take you to the page I have on del.icio.us

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): GDC Update 1: Geez My Hotel Room is Small!

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « "MIT Researchers Advance Lecture Capture with Search Capabilities" (Campus Technology) | Main | GDC Update 2: Starting the day with Raph » February 18, 2008 GDC Update 1: Geez My Hotel Room is Small! Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us del.icio.us stuff Here are some of my main del.icio.us

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Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Emerging Technologies in e-Learning

Learning Visions

Animation Tools Avatars Blogs Clickers Gaming Tools E-Portfolios Mobil Learning Personal Learning Environments Personalization Rapid e-Learning Semantic Web Simulation Tools Social Bookmarking Social Networking Tools VoIP and Telephony Wikis Wearable Peer to Peer Authoring Tools Haptics (the ability to touch things and get a sense of force feedback. Podcasts are portable lectures. Incremental if its just a portable lecture.

The Future Of Learning Design

The eLearning Coach

Too often we take something like a podcast and present it as an hour long lecture. Coach: How do you think social media and newer technologies will converge in the learning space in the next 5-10 years? They are leveraging social media technologies Facebook, Twitter, ect.,

Online Networking in Courses

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

Sent to you by brent via Google Reader: Online Networking in Courses via Experiencing E-Learning by Christy Tucker on Aug 15, 2007 These are my notes from the presentation MySpace is not YourSpace: The Promise and Pitfalls of Online Social Networking at the Conference for Distance Learning and Teaching last week. Models don't consider all social and cultural aspects. Showed using del.icio.us Online social constructs are disruptive both pedagogically and conceptually."