Put That In Your Pipe Graphic and Present It!

eLearning Brothers

Pipes! Pipes are an elegantly simple solution for transporting water and other fluids for just about any purpose, from irrigation and waste removal, to heating and cooling. We also have more complex pipe graphics, like this one showing a hiring process.

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Arvine Pipe and Supply Co.

E-learning Uncovered

Free summary and analysis of the events in Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl that won’t make you snore. We promise

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Arvine Pipe and Supply Co.

E-learning Uncovered

Bruno's Marketplace offers gourmet food products from Northern California, including Bruno's Wax Peppers, Sierra Nevada Chileno Peppers, Waterloo BBQ Sauce, Bruno's

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Learning Professionals – Do you need to tweak your pipes?

Learning Cafe

The amount of pipe tweaking that Doug did in this time was something to behold but he put it like this: “it might take a bit of time but getting the pipework right is the key to success”. So what has this lesson got to do with the Learning and Performance Institute or even Learning and Development and why on earth do you need to think about tweaking pipes? Or as Doug would put it: “Do you need to tweak your pipes”? Learning Cuppa from the UK.

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Someone buy me this poster

Mark Oehlert

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Why is problem solving at home so much easier (and more productive) than problem solving at work?


Video transcript: If one of the pipes under your kitchen sink starts to leak, what would you do? If you’re like me, you’d probably Google “fix broken pipe” and then use the resulting articles and YouTube videos to help you try to take care of it yourself.

Why is problem solving at home so much easier (and more productive) than problem solving at work?


Video transcript: If one of the pipes under your kitchen sink starts to leak, what would you do? If you’re like me, you’d probably Google “fix broken pipe” and then use the resulting articles and YouTube videos to help you try to take care of it yourself. Why can’t you just Google it like you would to fix a broken pipe? In our home world, systems such as Google, Wikipedia, and YouTube have evolved to meet the needs of the individual.

Hazard Containment and the Richmond Refinery Fire: Is Your Company Prepared for an Emergency?


If you take into consideration the high potential for leakage from piping, it is all the more clear that precautions must be made to deal with maintenance, repairing issues, and handling repercussions.

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Adobe FrameMaker: GREP to Replace Hyphens with En Dashes

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

A little voice piped up and said, "Barb! by Barb Binder    Adobe FrameMaker 12  supports GREP Find/Change (General Regular Expression Print), but I tend to forget about it because it's not prominently featured in the Find/Change dialog box.

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Going Beyond MCQs – Gamifying Assessments to Evaluate Online Learners

CommLab India

Water Pipe. The pipe fills with water if the learner selects the right answer. If the learner gets the answer wrong, the pipe remains empty. Are you planning to evaluate your learners online? Do you wish to create interesting e-learning assessments? Well, go in for gamification.

This is not (fill in the blank)

eLearning 24-7

When you view the painting “Ceci n’est pas une pipe” – “this is not a pipe”, you would think to yourself – “how could this be”? After all, you are looking at a pipe, therefore a contradiction has taken place.

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5 More Great Books for Your Learning & Development Bookshelf

Mike Taylor

Robert Mager & Peter Pipe. Mager and Pipe do this from a holistic perspective focused on finding the true problem and then looking for the most effective and efficient solution.

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Buddhist Thais Love Christmas

Take an e-Learning Break

We Wish You a Merry Christmas” and “Jingle Bells” pipe nonstop from [.]. It seems that Christmas is an increasingly popular holiday in Thailand, despite the fact that Thailand has managed to (for the most part) resist the infection of mass Christianity. All around Bangkok, giant neon snowflakes, chubby snowmen, and full-size reindeer sleighs are everywhere. “We culture

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updates: the travel anxiety, the chilly interviewer, and more

eLearning Brothers

When I was in college and took a marketing class, I wrote two marketing plans for “pipe dream” companies I wanted to start. Somehow I unconsciously let it slip about my pipe dreams when corresponding with Jim. Here are updates from four people whose letters were answered here in the past. Can I refuse to go on a work trip because of my anxiety about traveling ? I went on the trip and (obviously) survived.

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Writing & Grammar: Confusing Words for 600

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

The plumber appraised/ apprised  me of the condition of the old iron pipes. We met with the plumber to  flesh out /flush out the plan for upgrading the pipes. by Jennie Ruby    This week's confusing words pop up often in writing about training, creating a minefield of potential spelling errors. First, let's look at  lead  versus  led.    Lead  is a toxic element formerly found in gasoline and other products.

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Online Courses with Empty Promises


They want to sell you on a pipe-dream to get your money. In recent years we have seen a meteoric rise in the number of online courses being delivered. It makes sense when you think about it. Everyone knows something about something.

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PicoWiki - Pretty Slick, Mobile Accessible Wiki

Mark Oehlert

The phone display though is nice and readable and the updates pipe through to the Web side quickly Here is one I just started fooling around with on PicoWiki. If I could take a picture of this running on my iPhone with my iPhone I would- I'm just not that limber.

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TechSmith Camtasia Studio 8: What Happened to PIP?

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

you're PIPing! by Kevin Siegel. I received an email from a Camtasia developer inquiring about the apparent demise of Camtasia's Picture-in-Picture (PIP) feature. Using the PIP feature, developers could add a corporate logo to a video as a watermark.

I can’t get in, they can’t get out

Spark Your Interest

Pipe-dream? One thing that I’ve noticed over the past few months is the challenge that an organization firewall presents for someone like me. I’m not an employee, or a long term contractor, just a short term consultant, so my clients can’t always invite me to collaborate using their internal tool. Nor are they allowed to install any kind of plug-in to use an alternate tool, like Skype.

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Market, Sell and Deliver your Courses Online with the Shopify LMS Integration


So, whenever a new account gets created in Shopify (trigger), it gets piped in the LMS instance to create a new account (action). In such cases, if the information gets filled in the LMS (trigger), it gets piped into Shopify and a new account gets created in Shopify (action).

Shootorials: Kongregate Teaches You How To Make Your Own Games

Mark Oehlert

Currently they have three tutorials up with 6 more in the pipe. Kongregate , my favorite place for demonstrating the endless variety of Flash-based game potential (currently 8,334 free games), is now hosting a tutorial section designed to teach you how to build Flash-based games.

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7 Steps for Effectively Handling Customer Complaints


While you’re at it, try out some of these effective listening tips from Forbes : Don’t interrupt: You might be tempted to pipe in while the customer is providing his or her side of the story. Handling customer complaints is a drag.

Gadgets, Games and Gizmos: Broadband Reaches Half-Way Point

Kapp Notes

and by the end of the year around 50 million households had fat pipes. One thing Second Life, Online games, and high quality streaming video need to be successful is a broadband connection. Fortunately, it seems that broadband access is becoming less and less of an issue: U.S. residential broadband penetration is expected to exceed 50 percent in 2007--and the U.K. isn't far behind. By the end of 2007, more than 60 million U.S.

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The Future of E-Learning

Rapid eLearning

Until the costs to produce come way down, for most organizations virtual reality will be a pipe dream. Here’s an excerpt from a recent presentation on the future of learning technology. I went to school to be a video producer.

Writing & Grammar: Confusing Words for 500

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

The plumber appraised/apprised me of the condition of the old iron pipes. We met with the plumber to flesh out/flush out the plan for upgrading the pipes. by Jennie Ruby    This week we examine two of my pet peeves--the confusion of  appraise  and  apprise  and the confusion of  flesh out  and  flush out. And some other bonus words may appear in the problem sentences!

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How to lead the way with learning analytics (Free Guide)


This is the edge that Chief Learning Officers and Heads of L&D have been looking for, and it doesn’t have to be a pipe dream! Imagine being so confident in your understanding of your audience that you can design elearning you know will work.

Should Your Courses Have Affiliates?


I think you can agree though that this is a pipe-dream. If you have created an online course… And you’re selling that course… And you want to get the word out about your course… Then chances are you have considered implementing an affiliate program.

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Gamification in E-Learning – Are you really learning?

eLearning 24-7

Take a look at the following: It says, “This is not a pipe” You say, “wait it is a pipe” But it isn’t (if you know what it is, place it in the comments section). I’m an addict. An addict for games.

Social Media: Searching for Work on LinkedIn

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

The pipe gives your profile a fresh look and is a nice alternative to bullets. by Sally Cox    As a freelancer, people are always asking me how I find work. The answer for me has two parts:  I have a strong LinkedIn profile.

How to Add Color and Use Creativity at Work

ej4 eLearning

In school, I was the kid who used every art supply on my project even though I was only supposed to use yarn and pipe cleaners. I thought my creativity shouldn’t be limited to yarn and pipe cleaners. As a child, I thought creativity only meant art, music, and dance; things I liked doing but I wasn’t very good at. If there was no glitter, it wasn’t a finished project! Creative meant “more” to me. Where some kids were satisfied following the art teacher’s rules, I broke free!

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Fighting the River–Saving the Middle School

Kapp Notes

As the water started to come into our side of the bridge through drainage pipes (draining the wrong way because of water pressure).

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Searching for the common ground

Spark Your Interest

If kids aren’t taught the basics, then those of us further down the pipe will find ourselves basing our learning solutions on faulty premises. Image via Wikipedia. K-12 Education. College/university. Workplace learning.

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Culture before Content: 3 Steps for Warming Up Your Organization to the Idea of Microlearning


using a YouTube video to help fix a broken pipe). Microlearning is a hot topic right now—and for good reason. Providing solutions that align to the science of learning and fit into employees’ regular workflow should get people plenty excited.

Screencast of the Week - Jay Bailey and RapidFire Video

Visual Lounge

This week's Screencast of the Week has it all - mountains, roads, half-pipes and road rash! This week's Screencast of the Week has it all - mountains, roads, half-pipes and road rash! I heard from Jay Bailey of RapidFire Video recently about some of his recent screencasts.

Trending in Workplace Learning 2015….

Allison Rossett

Robert Mager and Peter Pipe, in the last century, and Marc Rosenberg and Steve Foreman, in this one, urge us to look at each request (better performance appraisals, safer equipment operation, introduction of a new software package) in order to c ustomize systems based on data. Many colleagues have asked what I think will emerge in workplace learning in 2015, “What’s important for 2015, in your view?”

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Audio for eLearning: Do You Want to Sound Like a DJ?

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

" The most sure-fire way to sound like a DJ is to have been born with great pipes (i.e. by Rick Zanotti One question I get asked a lot is "How can I get my eLearning audio to the point so that I sound like a DJ?" vocal cords)! But very few of us have been so blessed. So what's an eLearning developer to do? Here's some simple techniques to make your voice sound deeper. Talk more slowly. The faster you talk the higher your voice gets.

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Reactivating Learning

Clark Quinn

So, you might think of electrical circuits like water flowing in pipes, or think about electron flow, and either could be useful. (I looked because I’m sure I’ve talked about this before, but apparently not a full post, so here we go.). If we want our learning to stick, it needs to be spaced out over time. But what sorts of things will accomplish this? I like to think of three types, all different forms of reactivating learning. Reactivating learning is important.

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