TCC09: Podcasting with Section 508

Experiencing eLearning

Podcast logo. This presentation will be an overview of the different methods in the planning, producing, publishing and promoting of hybrid podcasts with instructions on the building of a 508 compliant podcast. Method of delivery will be a hybrid podcast via the web with interaction either via email or a forum. Market research on US podcast audience. Focus on enhanced podcasts, including visuals/slides/etc. RSS feed–podcasts are syndicated.

Tips for Writing Instructional and Training Material

Convergence Training

It’s not easy to write well. Or, as Ernest Hemingway put it, “Easy writing makes hard reading.”. And while it’s true that all types of writing are difficult, it’s also true that each type of writing presents its own special challenges. That’s definitely the case when it comes to writing instructional or training materials. So, we’ve created a list of tips and resources to help you write better, more effective training materials.

Everything Gets Easier When You Know Who Your Ideal Client Is with Agency Operator and Podcaster Jason Resnick

LifterLMS

Learn how everything gets easier when you know who your ideal client is with agency operator and podcaster Jason Resnick in this episode of the LMScast podcast hosted by Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. You can find his podcast over at Rezzz.com if you’re interested in checking that out.

A panel podcast on compliance training

Good To Great

Good To Great In pursuit of excellence: my view on the world of learning and training Skip to content Home A bit about me ← How to write an award-winning submission Have you done your good deed for the day? My fellow contributors were Sam Borrough and Colin Hawksworth , and you can listen to it on Craig’s blog. This was my first time participating in a podcast and I really enjoyed it. 11 hours ago Theme: Coraline by Automattic Blog at WordPress.com.

Blogging: Five of the best

Learning with 'e's

Photo by Florian Klauer on unsplash I have been privileged over the past few years to have garnered a good audience for my writing. As this blog approaches 8.5 Blogging has always been one of the ways I best express my ideas, and coupled with teaching, public speaking and a number of interviews on video and through podcasting, it has been my main channel of communication and dialogue with my professional community in recent years.

How to Start and Grow a Podcast and Build an Online Course Empire with Joe Casabona

LifterLMS

Learn how to start and grow a podcast and build an online course empire with Joe Casabona in this episode of the LMScast podcast with Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. Chris refers to these as the five hats course creators wear: expert, instructional designer, community builder, technologist, and entrepreneur. Joe runs a podcast called How I Built It. Chris and Joe discuss concepts that apply to both podcasting and course creating in this episode.

How to write an award-winning submission

Good To Great

Good To Great In pursuit of excellence: my view on the world of learning and training Skip to content Home A bit about me ← Lessons from Jamie’s Dream School A panel podcast on compliance training → How to write an award-winning submission Posted on March 8, 2011 by Stephanie Dedhar | Leave a comment Last week’s Oscars may have marked the end of the film and music awards season, but in the world of e-learning there’s a definite buzz in the air.

E-Learning Authoring Tools Characterized

The E-Learning Curve

Includes social-networking sites, video-sharing sites, wikis, blogs, mashups and folksonomies. Looking at Table 1, you'll see that I’ve asterisked the bottom category; it's a testament to the evolution of web technologies over the six short years since Horton & Horton’s text was published, but a whole new category of authoring tools has emerged, so in my view it's justified to add this Read/Write Web (or Web 2.0) More. __ References: Horton, W.,

Four Ways User-Generated Content (UGC) Can Make its Way into.

Xyleme

Home About Podcasts Videos Xyleme Inc. Home > Learning Content Management , Social Learning > Four Ways User-Generated Content (UGC) Can Make its Way into Formal Learning Four Ways User-Generated Content (UGC) Can Make its Way into Formal Learning January 20th, 2010 Goto comments Leave a comment This past week, I’ve been reading and referring to Jane Hart’s article The State of Social Learning Today and some Thoughts for the Future of L&D in 2010 quite a bit.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): GDC Update 7: Collaborative Writing and Vast Narratives: Principles, Processes and Genteel Truculence

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « GDC Update 6: Game Studies Download 3.0 | Main | GDC Update 8: Ray Kurzweil Keynote » February 20, 2008 GDC Update 7: Collaborative Writing and Vast Narratives: Principles, Processes and Genteel Truculence Collaborative Writing and Vast Narratives: Principles, Processes and Genteel Truculence **are our e-learning training conferences this "clique-y" and I just cant see it?

The Growing Popularity of Asynchronous Learning: A corporate learning perspective

G-Cube

Asynchronous learning offers multiple opportunities of collaboration through discussion boards, emails or blogs. This can be substantially cemented by data on timely completion of assignments, completion of referred courses, fruitful participation in discussion boards and so on. This allows learners to refer to them later on and benefits learners who cannot attend the sessions in real-time. The meaning of the word ‘asynchronous’ is ‘not at the same time’.

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The E-Learning Curve

Following on from my Congressional testimony last month, I committed to writing about how we can address the root causes which has led to the 5-part epic that was this week's posts. iTunes podcast | Google Play Music podcast | RSS podcast. References. Security newsletter is sponsoring my blog this week (there's good content in there with a heap of relevant industry news). This week, it's all about fixing data breaches.

Harnessing Learning Theories for the Mobile Platform: A m-learning perspective

G-Cube

Audio learning capsules, such as podcasts, can also be developed that provide re-enforcements as and when necessary. Write to info@gc-solutions.net or fill the form below and we will be happy to guide you to create an impactful as well as sustainable m-learning strategy. Reference and suggested further reading: ‘Pedagogical Perspective of Mobile Learning’ by J. Blog e-Learning New Ideas Research

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Is There a Better Way to Social Learning?

Xyleme

Home About Podcasts Videos Xyleme Inc. July 21st, 2010 Goto comments Leave a comment Last week, I had the good fortune to speak with George Siemens for an upcoming Xyleme Voices podcast. While there are countless articles about the future of the LMS, it was arguably George’s blog post titled Future of learning: LMS or SNS ? Coaches, mentors, online buddies need to coexist within the wiki’s, blogs, discussion forums, webcam meetings, online presence, etc.

The changing Web

Learning with 'e's

This is number 4 in the series of blog posts entitled 'Shaping Education for the Future.' Social media - often referred to as Web 2.0 , or the participatory Web - is shaping up to be one of the most important tool sets available to support the promotion of change in education. Social software is software that enables people to both read from, and write onto web spaces. More on this in future posts on this blog. References Barsky, E.

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): " Visual Thinking, Imagery, and the Brain" (Eide Neurolearning Blog)

Mark Oehlert

Does it mean we could do without graphics if we could only write well enough to conjure the appropriate imagery in the learners mind? March 21, 2008 in Learning | Permalink Technorati Tags : imagery , learning , meaning TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference " Visual Thinking, Imagery, and the Brain" (Eide Neurolearning Blog) : Comments The comments to this entry are closed.

Three steps to compliance greatness | Good To Great

Good To Great

Design an ongoing experience, including links to other reference points or learning resources and providing a well-designed crib sheet with key ‘dos and don’ts’ and contact points. You can see the slides from my session on user-focused design for gold-standard compliance training in my last blog post or on SlideShare.) Dont forget to check out my favourite blogs below, and follow me on Twitter (@StephanieDedhar) for more bite-sized updates.

Grow Your Negotiating Capabilities Using eLearning

Your Training Edge

Open your preferred platform and search “negotiation,” and you can often find various resources, such as articles, professionals, videos, and blogs. Click on some of the negotiation resources, read, and if you are satisfied, subscribe to or follow the insightful resources for future reference. If you can’t keep up with negotiation experts on social media platforms, you can opt for negotiation websites and blogs. Are you aspiring to become an expert negotiator?

Examples of eLearning 2.0

Clark Quinn

We use podcasts to release information on department updates wikis for SMEs to submit content/feedback project Wikis ; resource / tools sharing on wiki online reference for patient care using podcasts for our ASTD chapter to introduce upcoming speakers wikis, blogs, jing to capture best practices, conduct training and elearning resources virtual learning environment that encompasses social tools Use discussion boards and blogs for reflection and share learner experience A great list of examples.

Video killed the radio star: So will LXP kill LMS?

Learning Pool

The invention of writing, according to Plato, caused Socrates to warn that it would ‘implant forgetfulness’ in the souls of men. That they would lose the habit of memorization that was such an important part of the culture that we now refer to as pre-literary, or oral culture. . Fast-forward to fifteenth-century Europe and writing, in its turn, was under threat – from the runaway success of Gutenberg’s movable type printing technology. Blog Learn & Connect

Using Interviews to Build Your Online Course Business

LearnDash

Are you looking for a way to market your online course business but don’t want to write article after article? Read and comment on their blogs using an authentic voice and tone. Hi (interviewee), I’m the instructor for (your course), and my students and I are huge fans of your work in (reference a webinar, podcast, TedTalk or another online event). Read the most recent posts on their blog and check out a few books on their area of expertise.

52 eLearning Experts Share their Best Tip for Creating Engaging eLearning

eLearningArt

Tom also authors The Rapid eLearning Blog , one of the most followed eLearning blogs, with over 100k+ readers. He is well known for his books , courses, writing, consulting, and talks on interactive learning, games, and gamification. Write, speak, engage from your heart, try not to be a phony, be sincerely curious. Patti is also a popular author on the ATD Science of Learning Blog, Learning Solutions Magazine, and her own blog.

Video killed the radio star: So will LXP kill LMS?

Learning Pool

The invention of writing, according to Plato, caused Socrates to warn that it would ‘implant forgetfulness’ in the souls of men. That they would lose the habit of memorization that was such an important part of the culture that we now refer to as pre-literary, or oral culture. . Fast-forward to fifteenth-century Europe and writing, in its turn, was under threat – from the runaway success of Gutenberg’s movable type printing technology. Blog Learn & Connect

Reflections on Two Decades and Three Degrees

Allison Rossett

Jolene writes: Summer 1989: Queens College, City University of New York. The young, hot sociology professor who lectures that, “Greed is Good” using a pop culture reference from the movie Wall Street. Check out the class website, download the syllabus, access the online readings, post an introduction, and contribute to the blog. We create podcasts on distance learning topics, record videos about helpful Internet resources, and keep reflective journals by blogging.

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MOOCs in Workplace Learning – Part 1: Some Points to Consider

ID Reflections

I have been writing about MOOCs in the space of corporate learning for some time now. They can be “semi-synchronous”: MOOCs can have a blend of modalities from videos and podcasts to reference links to blogs and articles, excerpts from books, whitepapers and so on. A set of videos accompanied by some reference links to blogs and articles, recommended books, podcasts, etc.,

How to design software training, part 1: Do everything except “train”

Making Change

Write a strong goal: Sell it to Scrooge. Write the help blurbs that are missing. A job aid is a reference that gives you just enough information. Type 2: Code and command references. If users need to type in codes or non-intuitive commands, group the most common ones in a quick reference. Gmail shortcuts organized by task (see the tables) A blog post that lists basic HTML codes that you can copy and paste into your own web site, organized by what you want to do.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "So" - A Whole Article on So.Awesome.

Mark Oehlert

Seed story ) "While writing his book The New New Thing, Michael Lewis found "so" endemic to Silicon Valley. " June 16, 2008 in nature of the universe type stuff | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference "So" - A Whole Article on So.Awesome. typekey e-Clippings (a division of blogoehlert) Me in Second Life Blog powered by TypePad Member since 08/2003

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Did You Know: knol = a unit of knowledge?

Mark Oehlert

" Quick.someone write me a Web 4.0 Can I start writing RFPs that require contractors to produce a course that will generate a certain number of KNOLs? Google willprovide easy-to-use tools for writing, editing, and so on, and it willprovide free hosting of the content. Writers only need to write; welldo the rest." typekey e-Clippings (a division of blogoehlert) Me in Second Life Blog powered by TypePad Member since 08/2003

Mini Glossary of Elearning

KnowledgeOne

Synchronous elearning refers to one of the two types of interaction that can take place in an elearning environment. Asynchronous elearning refers to one of the two types of interaction that can take place in an elearning environment. These ways include discussion forums, tutorials, videos, interactive lectures, blogs, wikis and email exchanges. tools, we find blogs, social media, discussion forums, wikis, RSS feeds, sharing bookmarks and podcasting tools.

2.0 is a philosophy, not a technology

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Informal Audio/ podcasts. Informal Reference docs/job aids. Social Blogs (written/ video). Social Micro-blogging. Social Collaborative writing. Social Podcasting. Internet Time Alliance spent a couple of days last week putting the 2.0 into a tedious proposal for a large, forward-facing multinational corporation.

A Macro View of Microlearning: eLearning Replacement or Enhancement?

JCA Solutions

Creating a session on how to write an effective business email would be too much subject matter with too many factors to fit into a microlearning session. However, you could also create electronic flashcards, podcasts, and serious games. You need to understand the overall strategy of writing emails – purpose and implementation. What goes into writing good body content? Blog eLearning microlearning performance support video

The 2 sources of freebies

E-Learning Provocateur

I’m referring to things like: • Blogs. • Podcasts. I’m referring to things like: • Discussion forums. Whatever topic you care to nominate, odds are some expert somewhere in the organisation can write about it, talk about it, film it, or present a slideshow about it. A little while ago I attended the latest Learning Cafe in Sydney. The theme this time around was Learning in a cost conscious environment.

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How Much Does It Cost to Develop an Online Course?

learnWorlds

If you are creating videos, screencasts, webinars, or podcasts, you will need to choose reliable video editing software e.g. Camtasia, Screen-O-Matic, Adobe Premiere Pro, etc. Also, don’t forget; giving out useful information and advice through blogging can attract more people and encourage them to visit your school. Creating a blog is entirely free and comes as an add-on with your LearnWorlds school (Pro Trainer and up). Podcasting. Podcast editing software.

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Learning Pulse

Xyleme

Home About Podcasts Videos Xyleme Inc. In his blog posting “Facilitating Learning” , he is explaining why the new role in the organization will be for ‘learning facilitation’ and not for ‘instruction’ or ‘training’. As Clark writes, “knowledge is not what’s going to be useful going forward, but skills in applying that knowledge.” Tom Kuhlman is blogging about how to empower learners by involving them in the teaching process.

MOOCs In Workplace Learning – Part 1: Some Points To Consider

Learnnovators

I have been writing about MOOCs in the space of corporate learning for some time now. They can be “semi-synchronous”: MOOCs can have a blend of modalities from videos and podcasts to reference links to blogs and articles, excerpts from books, whitepapers and so on. A set of videos accompanied by some reference links to blogs and articles, recommended books, podcasts, etc.,