Wikis, Blogs and Social Networks Presentation Materials

Kapp Notes

Here are the handouts and the slides for the presentation that I did on Wikis, Blogs and Social Networks. Click on the links below to obtain the desired materials: Handouts Slides On a related note: Here are the Slides for my presentation on Gadgets, Games and Gizmos: Tools for Tranferring Knowledge from the Boomers to the Gamers. __ Recommended Games and Gadgets Recommended Books Content Guide

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Social Networks Will Be Like Air. Sociograms

Vignettes Learning

Charlene Li from Forrester Research shared the slides on Future of Social Networking. Key points: Social networks will be like air Components of social network Bill of rights of social web Social graph [link] The socio-graph (above) is like the Sociogram I created for [link] It allows learners to see the depth of interactions and extent of goal accomplishments.

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Social Networking, Informal Learning, Twitter, & Gaming

Big Dog, Little Dog

We are all very familiar with social networking platforms such as MySpace, Flikr, YouTube, Twitter, Bebo and Facebook. This is not so of a new generation of social networking technology, which is being used to provide software services under trading names such as Ning, CollectiveX, Sossoon, Hiitch, Huddle, Mzinga, British Telecom's Workspace (project management), Clearspace, and even Microsoft's Sharepoint. Includes podcast and slides (pdf).

Media & Learning: Re-imagining sacred cows: what are the implications of social networking on media and learning?

Adobe Captivate

I’m embedding the slides below and including the link to the dowloadable deck with notes here. I did a session at Media and Learning in Brussels last week. The session was amazing including contributions from Helen Keegan, University of Salford, UK, Claudio Dondi, SCIENTER, Italy, Gráinne Conole, Beyond Distance Research Alliance, University of Leicester, UK [.]. Whats new

MATEC Webinar Notes and Slides: Social Media and Student Success

Kapp Notes

Called Social Media and Student Success:Leveraging Social Learning Tools. Extend student learning beyond the traditional classroom by leveraging the creative power of social media tools to foster student success, learning, and engagement. And here you will find the slides for the presentation and a few links to some interesting entries to support the presentation. Social and Student Success View more presentations from kkapp. Tags: social media

PowerPoint: Sites for Slide Sharing (Say that 5 Times Fast)

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

When you can't be there in person, but you want to send along a PowerPoint deck in your place, there are a few reasons why you might want to use a slide-sharing site. Whatever the case, a slide-sharing site can give you the peace of mind of not having to worry about technical snafus while giving you a platform to attract potential viewers. Today I'm going to explore five slide-sharing site options. authorSTREAM is a pretty standard choice among slide-sharing sites.

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(Webinar) Getting Started With Social: Why Learning and Development Struggles With Social Media, and How to Fix It

Bottom-Line Performance

Bottom-Line Performance is excited to present “Getting Started With Social,” a webinar geared towards Learning and Development folks just getting started with social media themselves, or trying to get a team of newbies to embrace social media for learning development. Why are learning and development folks slow to embrace social media into their learning and training? The reality is, folks are accessing social networks outside of work all the time.

(Webinar) Getting Started With Social: Why Learning and Development Struggles With Social Media, and How to Fix It

Bottom-Line Performance

Bottom-Line Performance is excited to present “Getting Started With Social,” a webinar geared towards Learning and Development folks just getting started with social media themselves, or trying to get a team of newbies to embrace social media for learning development. Why are learning and development folks slow to embrace social media into their learning and training? The reality is, folks are accessing social networks outside of work all the time.

TCC08 Keynote: Social Networking, the “Third Place,� and the Evolution of Communication

Experiencing eLearning

Social proprioception&#. Slides were basically a live photostream–almost no text. The network increasingly organizes itself around people and less so around files and folders–connections are social, not just content. Technorati Tags: tcc08 , socialnetworking , third+place , communication , web20 , twitter , second+life , network , connections

LearnX Asia Pacific 2009 - Day 2

E-Learning Provocateur

Stephen offers the following tips: place yourself (not the content) at the centre of your own learning network; organise your knowledge (eg build your own CMS with Drupal ); simplify your learning by summarising it; and accept the fact that you can’t read it all, so choose what you need now and let the rest of it go – if you need it again in the future, it will be on the Web somewhere.

Slugs and snails and social enzymes

Learning with e's

Wikis, blogs, podcasts, social bookmarking, RSS feeds, microblogs, social networking. 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. They have synergy and we should not forget the social dimensions each relies upon for their success. I'm off now to lay down some social enzymes.

Social enzymes

Learning with e's

Wikis, blogs, podcasts, social bookmarking, RSS feeds, microblogs, social networking. 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. They have synergy and we should not forget the social dimensions each relies upon for their success. I'm off now to lay down some social enzymes.

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. The ability of someone within an Intranet or Internet to mark or tag a blog entry, a link or an article within the network as important or interesting to them. Social Network. Slide sharing software. Sharing slides created for one class with other instructors.

The art of Twitter

Learning with e's

Learning how to use Twitter as a tool to develop your personal learning network is not always simple, and as with any other social networking tools, there is an unwritten protocol. Other devices for communication emerged such as emoticons, sideways smileys that were used to attempt to overcome the reduced social cues of text only talking. I presented the paper, and we put together a slide set to accompany the presentation.

Richly social and intensely personal

Learning with 'e's

One of the key points I made in my keynote was that the future of education will be both richly social and intensely personal. This might sound like a paradox, but essentially, with all the digital tools we now have at our disposal, we can connect like never before, and create our own powerful social networks. As I promised to my Barcelona audience, here is the slide deck, complete with just one or two minor updates and changes.

#ICELW Opening Keynote with Steve Wheeler @timbuckteeth "The Future is Mobile…Social…Personal"

Learning Visions

Opening keynote with Steve Wheeler @timbuckteeth, The Future is Mobile…Social…Personal Plymouth University UK “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” ~ Arthur C. LOL to grandpa means “Lots of Love”… Learners taking notes by taking pictures of your slides. One of his colleague says “it’s awful when they do this because this makes it so easy for them!” – we all laughed as half of the audience is taking pictures of Steve’s slides.

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Web feats 2: Slideshare

Learning with e's

Yesterday I published the first of my Web feats - the social bookmarking tool Delicious. It also has a place in professional life and in the spirit of the social webm, has become something I do naturally each time I create a new slideshow. I have even shared my slides before I present them (but usually only on the same day - I don't want to give too much of the game away!) Tags: Wordpress slideshare social network Blogger Twitter FaceBook

Inspire others - be a Master Storyteller -Study the Profile and Survey

Vignettes Learning

If you wish to download the PowerPoint slides and view the recording of the Be a Master Storyteller webinar, please visit TrainingGamesNetwork.com [link] and click the grou p "Storytelling and Performance " on the left side. social networking rapid e-learning scenario-based learning rapid e-learning LMS LCMS e-Learning 2.0 How do you inspire others to take action and make a positive change?

Using Social Media to Improve Workplace Learning

Janet Clarey

Just finished up an online presentation, Using Social Medial to Improve Workplace Learning , slides below. I had uploaded my slides an hour early and took care of all the necessary details – shut off cell phone and house phone, banished children from my immediate area, let the dog out, shut the windows, and…special bonus this week…asked my contractor not to run the power saw or pound sheet rock from 1-2 pm. Most of us reported moderate usage social media.

Get Started in Social Learning in 5 Steps (Without Spending a Dime)

Mindflash

Social learning is not new, but we still do not know what it is. Albert Bandura wrote a book called Social Learning Theory in 1977, and he didn’t even have a Facebook account. So social learning is about watching others and doing what they do? That was social learning then. Today it’s about using social media in our training, right? Below, I share an idea about how to conduct an experiment and get started in social learning.

Ch-ch-ch-changes

Clark Quinn

And that’s increasingly true: with tools to do narrated slides, screencasts, and videos in the hands of everyone, there’s little need to have the same old ordinary courses coming from L&D. People can create or access portals to share created and curated resources, and social networks to interact with one another. social strategyIs there an appetite for change in L&D? That was the conversation I’ve had with colleagues lately.

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Top 100 Tools For Learning 2010 – C4LPT Survey

Upside Learning

Delicious – social bookmarking tool. Facebook – social networking site. Some observations: The top 10 is like a who’s who of social and informal learning tools. The complete list has a very strong bias towards social tools. This skew is probably because the people who participate in this survey are those at the cutting edge of information technology tools and are also socially more active on the web.

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Survey shows people take training as infrequently as they go to a conference; but they learn continuously in other ways

Jane Hart

Search the Social Web (using Google. Connect with others in public social networks. Watch videos or view presentation slides. Ask colleagues in your external networks for help. Participate in an enterprise social network/. Go to in-person professional networking events. Social learning

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Fear of Change in Learning & Development

Your Training Edge

From e-learning and social networking to flexible hours and highly advanced MOOCs, we have the proof that training is changing, yet it is important to continuously examine the same in terms of numbers. If management thinks that there is a particular issue in a department and a trainer from outsourced, comes and puts the solution of slides and teaches it to some people for few minutes and then adds his some words of wisdom to it, does it really able to facilitate real learning?

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Daily Bookmarks 05/28/2008

Experiencing eLearning

A lot of this sounds common sense, but check the footnotes on slides 2 & 3 for his rule “Sensory Integration: Stimulate more of the senses.&# Social Networking: Learning Theory in Action. Exploring how social networking applications could be used to create a more social constructivist learning environment to support collaboration, creativity, and networking. 50 Tips and Tricks to Create a Learning Space in Second Life | College Degrees.

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Social Media, Adobe Captivate, Instructional Design, OmniOutliner, & Brain Processing

Big Dog, Little Dog

Mom-and-Pop Operators Turn to Social Media - New York Times. Social Network Marketing: What Works? For instance, you might want to add two buttons on a slide. As designers of instruction via mobile, virtual worlds or social networking, we cannot ignore good instructional design. For Mr. Kimball, who conceded that he "hadn't really understood the purpose of Twitter," the beauty of digital word-of-mouth marketing was immediately clear.

ASTD Central Iowa Presentation Resources

Kapp Notes

Tell a story with your slides. Wiki resources: Wikispaces PB Wiki Social Networking Links Ning Facebook LinkedIn __ Catalog of Recommended Books, Games and Gadgets Recommended Games and Gadgets Recommended Books Content GuideHere are links and resources mentioned during the presentation: Find out what level of "Gamer" you are with Gamer Rater. Avoiding Death by PowerPoint. meet Jessica View more presentations from bengardner135.

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Virtual Worlds: Affordances and Learning

Clark Quinn

Tony also presented, in particular, some principles about designing learning for virtual worlds (see slide 17 here ). The revelation for me, however, was linking the social informal learning with virtual worlds. Virtual worlds can be used for both formal and informal learning, they’re platforms for social action. Certainly if what your people need to formally learn, or informally network on is inherently 3D, but the contextualization is having some benefits.

My Twitter Weekly Links Digest for 2011-08-28

Jane Hart

Leading and Managing (Networked) People Must Evolve [link] #. My webinar slidesSocial Media and its impact on how we learn in the workplace&# now available here [link] # sociallearn #. link] <OMG, no social learning there then #. What happens when social networking collides with the corporate Intranet? Social learning: the freedom to act and cooperate with others [link] #. Here are 20 social calendaring tools.

Webinar Recap: How Yammer Uses Mindflash For Training

Mindflash

Yammer is an enterprise social network used by the vast majority of Fortune 500 companies to improve team collaboration, empower and engage employees, and overall just connect different parts of companies together. Yammer found that editing existing training content by removing slides, changing slide orders, editing existing content, and then publishing the changes was fast and easy. E-learning Social Learning social media yammer

Surviving the Millennial Apocalypse: Party Like It’s 1999

eLearning Brothers

We now have multi-device capabilities, social networking, embedded performance support systems, virtual reality, dynamic portals, xAPI analytics, gaming, powerful search engines, and (finally) really good user-generated content! Slide shows and hours of mandated learning are totally misaligned with this generation’s natural approach to gaining knowledge. While we pushed the limits, the advent of online slide shows masquerading as eLearning was spreading fast.

Google Goes Gaming?

Kapp Notes

There have been a number of interesting development in term of Google and social game purchases and game related initiatives. Here are some recent highlights; Google purchased a company called Slide , an app developer that works with popular social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace to create community-driven entertainment applications. Zynga is a network of gaming applications built off of classic games like Poker, Battleship, and Attack!

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New style templates and more news you just can’t miss

isEazy

Our slides editor is now more visual than ever. We’ve made some changes to the slides editor so you can view your content in a way that’s much cleaner and similar to how it will appear in your course. You can use it, for example, to create a content index at the beginning of each section or to link to the theory slides after performing a simulation or exercise using this resource. These were the most popular articles this month: Follow us on social networks .

Back to Basics – What is eLearning?

Rob Hubbard

Clive Shepherd in ‘The Really Useful eLearning Instruction Manual’ describes elearning as ‘ when we use computers and the networks to which these are linked, to in some way support the learning process’. He has kept his definition deliberately broad to take in everything from self-study lessons on a PC to social learning on mobile devices, use of video and virtual classrooms which deliver live group workshops. Distance Learning elearning Experiential Learning Gaming Social Learnin

Collective intelligence patterns

Clark Quinn

He just spoke at the celebration of Doug Engelbart’s work, and while I couldn’t attend, I was looking for blog postings and found his slide deck. social networking can facilitate work, to actually analyze and distill some underlying principles. Still, a great foundation for thinking about using networks in productive ways. I had the good fortune to get to meet Tom Malone way back when he was working on what makes computer games fun (cited in my book ).

The Role of a Learning Management System in a World Awash in Learning Content

Absorb LMS

So far, he has a very impressive slide deck that covers: An introduction to e-learning. Social learning. They can turn to Blogs, Twitter, wikis, social networks, video sites, etc. A client recently asked if I could help him prepare a presentation he’ll be delivering to colleagues within his organization. The aim of the presentation is to provide an overview of workplace learning technology in 2012.

Let’s Talk: Working with Images for Your eLearning Courses

360 Training

The massive increase in social networking platforms endorses the growing popularity of visuals as the primary medium of communication. They balance the text and avoid clutter on the slide. Before you begin sourcing images for your online course, ask yourself: Do I need to have images for every slide? It is better to have a white space on the course slide than to have an image divert learners’ attention. We live in a visual age.