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Online Training: What's Up With MOOCs?

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

I thought it might be useful to bring you a concise shakedown on what's up with all these MOOCs. Then you share your thoughts on the material through blogs and social networks. Some MOOCs are set up to steer students to paid follow-up courses to receive professional certificates: eCornell Offers a MOOC that Steers Students to a   Paid Follow-Up.

Content as a Service

Xyleme

As instructional designers, we create our learning products, package them up with all the content and media, wish them well, and ship them off to the LMS’s – never to be seen again. Delivery of learning via the LMS is still, and will continue to be, appropriate for some learning environments, but it is not the whole of learning, and is increasingly out of step with the changing tastes and preferences driven by a workforce armed with mobile devices and versant in social media.

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3 Essential Themes for Mobile Learning Systems

Upside Learning - Mobile

This is where the rubber meets the road, by dreaming up features we invent the mLearning systems future right here. this discounts our current feature set) Disclaimer: these are just my personal and casual thoughts on the evolving nature of the product; it is no promise that such features will exist in the next version of Upside2Go , and do not represent Upside Learning’s point of view or future plan of action in anyway.

Top 60 eLearning Posts for October 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

The art of Twitter , October 11, 2010 Learning how to use Twitter as a tool to develop your personal learning network is not always simple, and as with any other social networking tools, there is an unwritten protocol. This presentation came about while following PLENK , a big online course on Personal Learning Environments, Networking and Knowledge. Having said that, social media has its dark sides , too. Network Learning. Open up the Navigation.

Accelerating innovation

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

At an online conversation at Learntec last Wednesday, I described a few things I had learned about a networked culture that sustained itself again all odds for tens of thousands of years. My fellow participants in the conversation cautioned me against taking lessons from romanticized versions of distant cultures. This is where innovation comes from: mashing up ideas and methods from different realms in order to explore similarities and differences.

Commonly Used Training Evaluations Models: A Discussion with Dr. Will Thalheimer

Convergence Training

Convergence Training: I’m sure people will be like sponging that up. And last year, I thought I would capture maybe 15 to 20 of these, but I came up with 54. They’re all mashed together. And then level two learning is mashed up. These planes, they go up into the, I don’t know, stratosphere or somewhere up there, and they’re spewing a lot of pollutants into the air and causing global warming and things like that.

A day with Dave Snowden

Jay Cross

Dave Snowden is a compelling storyteller, mad genius, and irascible Welshman who has pioneered the mash-up of complexity theory and management practice. Dave led a day-long seminar on his version of complexity in San Francisco today. A system is any network that has coherence. Came up with 13 experiments, such things as bussing people to collective eating spots, teaching hunters how to deal with other tribes’ animals etc.parallels for corporations.