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Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

Here are the results and the level of exposure to technology tools this community provides: Twitter (2482) Social Network (1999) Wiki (1610) LMS (1346) Podcaster (1239) Facebook (1176) Flash (980) PowerPoint (922) YouTube (843) RSS (814) LinkedIn (798) Second Life (687) iPhone (602) Director (584) Moodle (550) PDF (521) Captivate (515) Wikipedia (502) (..)

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What's going on here!?!?

The Learning Circuits

Jay's getting some relief by bringing on a new blogmeister, we've changed platforms (from Moveable Type to Blogger), and other changes described below. There are some changes we're making here at the Learning Circuits Blog. Please have patience as Dave, Jay and the Authors revitalize LCB to make it an exemplar of what blogging can do!


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23 Free eLearning Resources Loved by L&D Teams

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The League of Moveable Type. From families such as Roboto, Open Sans, Montserrat, and Source Sans Pro that you simply can’t avoid if you spend any time connected to the internet, to more obscure chunky, condensed and script fonts, you’ll be able to find something appropriate for your project.

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Learn How To Create An Infographic Using Piktochart With Our New Course


With every single part of the infographic moveable and adjustable you can truly create something unique. Resource Type: Buyer Featured' You can create a whole new infographic from scratch using ideas from your own mind, or you can take one of the existing templates and make it your own. Take our free course and get started today!

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Web 2.0 Applications in Learning

Tony Karrer

eLearning Trends Enterprise 2.0

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Wonderful Brain

Spurred on by his characterization I decided to read ‘A Moveable Feast’ the author’s description of his life in Paris as a young and struggling writer. Instead of individual courses we might allow for the type of learning…based on discovery… that will resonate with students, inform them factually and humanistically.

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