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Video: The dinosaur LMS, the new learning experience network and triggering emotional investment

Saffron Interactive

We show how, using open source technology and a user experience based on the principles of NLP and behavioural science, any LMS can be transformed into an incredible launch pad for change campaigns. Why leveraging learner production (user-generated content) is the key to emotional investment. How Learning Experience Networks mean we can design the complete experience. Missed Saffron’s free seminar at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum last month?

Saffron introduces Learning Experience Network

Saffron Interactive

Saffron Interactive (Stand 24) will examine the generational challenge to the conventional LMS and introduce its successor, the Learning Experience Network (LEN), during two seminars at the upcoming Learning Technologies 2014 exhibition. Developed using open source technology, Saffron Share is based on ‘a straight-talking pedagogy that sees a learning experience honestly: as much a group of people as it is collection of content,’ he says.


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Can the ‘big LMS’ break clear of formal training?

Clive on Learning

Embedded social collaboration throughout the modules. Social network analysis. I know that much of this functionality is available through low-cost and open-source software, much of it not specifically learning or performance-orientated, but that’s not how a lot of large corporates see the world. Whether Saba can persuade their customers to do any more than use their products for compliance training is the real challenge.

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): The Social Graph.shaping up to be the hot summer song of 08

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « A Couple of Lists of Sites to Start the Day. Since we have all bellied up to the social computing Kool-Aid and drunk deeply, it is only right that now we become interested in the kinds of data that can be extracted from these systems. Dion Hinchcliffe, as per usual, has a good solid explanation of the social graph (and a lovely graphic).