Workforce learning in 2019: Finding patterns in a Clouded Crystall Ball

Adobe Captivate

But, let us indulge ourselves and try and look for patterns in the clouds. The situation in the education world would however be different. GenY have grown up with rich-media and have a significant difference in attitude from the Gen X. People will want to create and communicate and do this quickly and without “due process” Authoring tools will need to support mashups, but I suspect that tools themselves need to be created as a mash-up of tools.

On the Horizon

Experiencing eLearning

Process: October: open up to the advisory board. Also listed: virtual worlds, videoconferencing, voicethreads, geotagging, cell phones, flip cameras, digital storytelling, portfolios, multimedia. Gaps between how content is used in school and how it’s used in the real world. Example: sending students out with cameras and sharing geotagged images, mashup images with Google Maps. Collaboration authoring tools (Google Docs, Flat World Knowledge).

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The 21st Century Curator

ID Reflections

As mentioned by Harold Jarche in theslide share presentation, NetWork , the internet changed everything—in volume, velocity, virtualization and variability. In this complex and chaotic world, making sense can only be aconstant endeavour, pattern matching a crucial need. And in each type ofcuration, what comes across are unique perspectives, a sense of pattern and arepresentation the curator wants the world to see. If Web 1.0 was aboutonline access and Web 2.0

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LCB Question for December - Past Year, Present Challenges, Predictions

Tony Karrer

would grow to dominate in what was then a desktop/CD-ROM world. Authoring in eLearning 2.0 / Add-ins & Mash-ups What do you see as the biggest challenges for 2007? In the meantime, I'm spending more time blogging and in virtual sessions. The Learning Circuits Blog Question for December has been posted. The questions this month are: What will you remember most about 2006? What are the biggest challenges for you/us as head into 2007? What are your predictions for 2007?