e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Ive got to create a podcast on how to podcast.got any great resources?

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Tell me your latest/greatest books on learning. Main | Bad Words and Politics: Politweets and Twittertale » January 29, 2008 Ive got to create a podcast on how to podcast.got any great resources? So I have to create a podcast (for work) that will serve as an intro for folks within my organization as they start to learn how to podcast and how to think about podcasting.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Help Needed: Long Car Ride Ahead and I Want to Load Up on the Best Podcasts

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Good Cause Alert!! Help Support Drowning Prevention (and looking for some local San Fran help) | Main | "Listening for Learning" (IT Conversations) » April 26, 2007 Help Needed: Long Car Ride Ahead and I Want to Load Up on the Best Podcasts So me and the MINI have to hit the road tomorrow for a total of somewhere between 6-8 hours (3-4 each way). Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Recent Podcasts from Harvard and Wesley Freyer on Innovation, Learning Orgs and IP

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « The World Continues to Get Spikier, not Flatter | Main | Netvibes Ginger - Promote on Blog Feature test » March 06, 2008 Recent Podcasts from Harvard and Wesley Freyer on Innovation, Learning Orgs and IP HBR IdeaCast 80: Where Does Strategic Innovation Come From? Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us del.icio.us stuff Here are some of my main del.icio.us

Digital literacy 6: Organising and sharing content

Learning with e's

The very act of creating content, whether it is a video, blogpost or podcast, is often with the intention that it will be shared in some way, usually on the web. Now we have the social web, there are more ways than ever to make your content available to a vast audience. Tagging will also make finding content within a large list of bookmarks a lot easier. This is more than just bookmarking. Click on any user and you will see what other links that user has bookmarked.

My History of Live Blogged Notes

Experiencing eLearning

Social Networking, the “Third Place,” and the Evolution of Communication. Podcasting with Section 508. Social Bookmarking to Support Professional Practice. Evaluating Social Networking Tools for Distance Learning. Creating and Teaching a College-Level Undergraduate Course in Social Networking. When I attend webinars or participate in online courses and conferences, I usually live blog my notes.

The changing Web

Learning with 'e's

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. Almost everyone, it seems, is using some element of social media in the planning, development, delivery, management or evaluation of teaching and learning. Debate focuses on whether the emerging social applications constitute a sea change or revolution in the Web (cf.

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Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | November 9, 2018

Mike Taylor

He talks about a new learning model driven by machine intelligence, micro-learning, and new video and social platforms like LinkedIn Learning that are helping companies upskill and transform their workforces. Social Bookmarking: Your Favorites Really Want to be Free. Social bookmarking is a better way to save the websites and online resources you want to keep track of. TLDR: If you’re short on time grab this quick start guide to social bookmarking.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Now this is how it is supposed to work!

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Jokes, Conspiracy and Resources | Main | Stories, Games and Sticks » April 03, 2007 Now this is how it is supposed to work! Dan Bricklin has posted a podcast that he did with TobyRedshaw, corporate VP of Motorola. The podcast is about the use of blogs and wikis within Motorola. Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us del.icio.us

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1,000+ Learning & Performance Tools

Jane Hart

Audio & Podcasting Tools. SOCIAL TOOLS. Social & Collaboration Spaces. Public Social Networks. Curation & Social Bookmarking Tools. Social learningLooking for some new ideas for tools to support your work? Here are the links to the pages in my Directory of Learning & Performance Tools , which lists over 1,000 tools in 4 main categories as shown below. Want to add or amend a tool’s details? You can do so here.

Examples of eLearning 2.0

Clark Quinn

internal processes on wiki starting to use wikis internally Moving faculty bookmarks to Delicious use wiki for learners to craft definition of 'seamless service' after searching orgs that proclaim to provide seamless service We hope to build wikis that our students can use to share information. During my presentation last Thursday that was an introduction to eLearning 2.0 as part of an online event for the eLearningGuild, I mentioned a few common ways that I've seen eLearning 2.0

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "Listening for Learning" (IT Conversations)

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Help Needed: Long Car Ride Ahead and I Want to Load Up on the Best Podcasts | Main | "New JKO Portal to Offer Joint Online Training" (Defense Link News) » April 28, 2007 "Listening for Learning" (IT Conversations) Whew. In a podcast, where the audience cant ask questions, or even offer much feedback, the job of the interviewer is to ask those questions for the audience. del.icio.us

Learning 2.0 Is Like Punk Rock

eLearning Weekly

We have fantastic tools at our disposal, like blogs, social bookmarking, wikis, RSS, etc. - If you force people to use social bookmarking, they’ll ignore it. I had a fun discussion last night with several friends / colleagues. We were trying to hypothesize why so many (e)Learning 2.0 initiatives don’t get the traction we would expect, both at our organization and at other organizations.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "The Core of Fun" (Raph Koster via IT Conversations)

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « "Seven Strategies for Implementing a Successful Corporate Wiki" (Industry Week) | Main | Look! » March 12, 2008 "The Core of Fun" (Raph Koster via IT Conversations) Why I just found this podcast , I dont know (it was recorded a year ago). Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us del.icio.us stuff Here are some of my main del.icio.us

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Social Learning Has Its Place…And Informal Learning Does Too.

Dashe & Thomson

Two weeks ago Jane Hart wrote an article titled, Social Learning: to be or not to be? , in which Jane expresses her dislike of the term Social Learning (big S, big L). Jane claims that “Social Learning has come to refer exclusively to the use of social media in top-down, formal learning.” She also states that “social learning (small S, small L) happens continuously – freely and openly – in everything we do – in work, learn and study.”. We’re not always social.

2.0 is a philosophy, not a technology

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Informal Audio/ podcasts. Social SharePoint 2010, eRoom/Documentum. Social Mentoring/ coaching. Social Websites? Social Books? Social Collaborative projects. Social Wikis. Social Blogs (written/ video). Social Micro-blogging. Social Social bookmarking, ranking/rating/tagging.

EDEN saw play.

Learning with e's

Deborah Everhart (Georgetown University, USA) followed, with a session on social bookmarking, using Blackboard MLE tools. I followed as the third speaker, with my session on wikis and collaborative learning, and the session was capped off by an overview of social software from Antonio Huertas (Open University of Catalonia, Spain) who dealt with 'Wikis, blogs and tagging in education'. Tags: podcasting blog wiki mobile technology Web 2.0

Creating avenues for On-Demand Learning in the Modern Workplace

G-Cube

Social bookmarking sites like ‘Digg’ can filter through the excess or monitored sites like ‘Wikepedia’ can be a suitable, yet not always reliable, source of information. Short videos and podcasts can be especially effective, providing impactful nuggets of learning where the learner does not have to read on-screen text but just watch or listen and learn instantly. Learning at the workplace is a continuous process.

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The Connected Educator: Building a Professional Learning Network

Allison Rossett

Here is a way for people to turn their interest in lifelong, independent learning AND social connections into a way of life. It took 40 years, but with the invention of the Internet and social media tools, Licklider & Taylor’s predication has come true. There are two main types of tools for building a Professional Learning Network: information aggregation and social media connection. Social bookmarking tools (i.e., Social Media Connection.

The Connected Educator: Building a Professional Learning Network

Allison Rossett

Here is a way for people to turn their interest in lifelong, independent learning AND social connections into a way of life. It took 40 years, but with the invention of the Internet and social media tools, Licklider & Taylor’s predication has come true. There are two main types of tools for building a Professional Learning Network: information aggregation and social media connection. Social bookmarking tools (i.e., Social Media Connection.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Thousands of people at IBM are already doing it.

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Passively Multiplayer Online Game (PMOG) | Main | "New study examines how online games can teach business skills" (Red Herring) » June 28, 2007 Thousands of people at IBM are already doing it. The Wall Street Journal on June 18 ran an article on social networking at IBM. o Any employee can have a blog, a wiki, or a podcast. o IBM has a MySpace-like social network calledBluePages.

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Instructivism, constructivism or connectivism?

E-Learning Provocateur

Even in the e‑learning space, online courses are typically linear, virtual classes frequently replicate their bricks-and-mortar antecedents, while podcasts, of course, are quintessentially instructivist. In a previous article , I provided the following examples of potential information sources that the learner could incorporate into their personal learning network: Social bookmarks. News feeds, podcasts, blogs, wikis and discussion forums. Instructivism is dead.

Some Tools for Social Learning and How they Help Learning

Kapp Notes

Here is a table with some tools for social learning, short description of the tool, the best use for social learning for the tool and some examples. Social Bookmarking. What makes it social is that, with the right permissions, individuals on the network can view all of the tagged articles and blog entries and see which were tagged the most. Social Network. Podcasting.

Models for Learning Questions

Tony Karrer

Yammer (internal twittering) is almost impossible to explain to someone who has no experience with any social networking (and probably not with anything more than email lists). As a side note, I think selling Twitter/Yammer is harder than selling social bookmarking and wikis. Social bookmarking and wikis are often a smart replacement with obvious side benefits. 8) We are in the brainstorming sessions of creating a blog and podcast.

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I Believe in the Importance of Personal Knowledge Management

Tom Spiglanin

Sharing knowledge, using any number of media that fit our personal needs, work styles, and professional social networks. Much of this happens on social streams on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, or any number of other media where we connect with our PLNs, so it’s important to develop effective social media practices. Just as social media streams are one way to find useful information, it is important for us to “give back” to those streams, to our network.

Free Tools for Getting the Most out of this Blog

Rapid eLearning

For example, I use the social bookmarking tool, Diigo , quite a bit. At my last place, the internal network was so lame that I used Diigo to bookmark and manage all of my internal links. Listen to a Podcast of the Rapid E-Learning Blog. Hear a Blog offers a free service where they convert the blog posts to a podcast. Of course, lost in the podcast are the graphics and links to examples. The post as a podcast makes me stop and listen.

Tools Used

Clark Quinn

I'm really amazed at the gap between people who store their bookmarks online 53% vs. those who share bookmarks online: 23%. Most people who store their bookmarks, don't share them. Virginia asked what the "other tools" were: Plaxo, YouTube, LearningTown, del.icio.us/delicious, Keywords: Podcasts, Twitter, Slideshare, Flickr, MySpace, LinkedIn, Facebook, Wiki, RSS, RSS Reader, Wikipedia, delicious, del.icio.us, blogs

Social Learning Examples

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

At DevLearn, many people lamented the difficulty of explaining the benefits of social media to their managers and peers. Jane mined the submissions of her delightful tools database and came up with 100+ ways to use social media for learning. Next, Jane details using social media for different types of learning. PDL – Personal Directed Learning – how individuals can use social media for their own (self-directed) personal or professional learning.

Cognitive Psychology Anyone?

The eLearning Coach

With this in mind, here are a few sites that feature cognitive psychology podcasts, research, articles and news. Brain Science Podcast. Dr. Ginger Campbell produces these podcasts, featuring interviews with authors and scientists on popular brain topics. has over 100 podcasts and videos on psychology related topics. You can download his podcasts on this site or through iTunes. An excellent feature is the mindmap of his podcast topics.

Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy: Examples from the Online World

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

In the digital world, examples of learning activities that lead to remembering include highlighting and social bookmarking. Social bookmarks allow learners to collaborate and quickly -as well as frequently- visit important pages, helping memorize their content. Tagging and bookmarking causes a learner to understand online content and attribute it with appropriate labels. Online collaboration between learners is the bedrock of Bloom's Digital Taxonomy.

Connectivism and the modern learner

E-Learning Provocateur

Consider the following: Create a social bookmarking account to share useful websites. Recommend news feeds, podcasts, blogs and discussion forums. Use Twitter and Facebook to foster social/professional networking. Recently, I read a blog article about connectivism by Debora Gallo. Soon after, I attended a presentation about m-learning by Jan Herrington, in which she too mentioned connectivism. This got me thinking… I don’t know anything about connectivism!

So many learning style tests, so little time.

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

I asked a question about learning styles on Twitter and in Jane Hart's social learning community and got some good responses which made me really think! One of the observations I have with regards to the use of social media is that some people just love delicious , the social bookmarking service, and others don't bother at all after you show them. Personally I dislike podcasts, when I listen to them, my mind gets distracted too easily.

Knowledge and Learning In The News - 6/1/2005

Big Dog, Little Dog

The Education Podcast Network. The Education Podcast Network is "an effort to bring together into one place, the wide range of podcast programming that may be helpful to teachers. Screencasting Del.icio.us. Human Performance: If you don't find it often, you often don't find it. In some sequences of images, an item would be present half the time, and the volunteers missed only 7 percent of them.

eLearning - Social Media - Mobile Learning

Tony Karrer

eLearning Learning Hot List - May 15, 2009 to May 22, 2009 Top Posts The following are the top posts from featured sources based on social signals. Choose the Right Pilot Group - Kapp Notes , May 22, 2009 Presentation: Social Bookmarking with Delicious - Don't Waste Your Time , May 15, 2009 Discovering Instructional Design, Part 1 - The E-Learning Curve , May 19, 2009 Meeting icebreaker-How to get a group to acknowledge differences in perceptions.

Slugs and snails and social enzymes

Learning with e's

Wikis, blogs, podcasts, social bookmarking, RSS feeds, microblogs, social networking. More often, we are learning informally, while playing a massively multi-player online role playing game for example, or listening to a podcast about a news item. is making it easier for all of us to connect together, and to learn informally within a socially rich environment which is strewn liberally with the digital footprints of those who have gone before us.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Here at ASTD.first session reviews.Ruth Clark and Tony Karrer.

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Edu-Gaming in the latest Escapist | Main | Article comparing new Mash-Up tools (Popfly, Pipes, Google) - thanks Sam Adkins » June 03, 2007 Here at ASTD.first session reviews.Ruth Clark and Tony Karrer. Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us del.icio.us stuff Here are some of my main del.icio.us The Lewin Links This link should take you to the page I have on del.icio.us

Speaking Engagements in London and Paris

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

How to leverage rapid interactivity technology to create high level learning interactions How to uncover the potential of social interactions as a tool for content enrichment using available technology Next week, it was the Palais des Congrès in Paris where iLearning Forum 2008 met. inspired social interactions be introduced in the context of online learning? social informal learning

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Social enzymes

Learning with e's

Wikis, blogs, podcasts, social bookmarking, RSS feeds, microblogs, social networking. More often, we are learning informally, while playing a massively multi-player online role playing game for example, or listening to a podcast about a news item. is making it easier for all of us to connect together, and to learn informally within a socially rich environment which is strewn liberally with the digital footprints of those who have gone before us.