Web feats 2: Slideshare

Learning with e's

Yesterday I published the first of my Web feats - the social bookmarking tool Delicious. Today, I want to talk about another of my favourite Web 2.0 tools: Slideshare. 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 first discovered Slideshare about 2 years ago when I was looking for somewhere to store all my content.

Social Bookmarks

Clark Quinn

The second week of our Web 2.0 for Learning Professionals Course is starting and the topic is Social Bookmarks. Here's the great resource / assignment that Harold and Michele created for this week: Week 2: Free Your Bookmarks with Social Bookmarking This has sparked some interesting activity and makes me think that the net effect of this kind of open course is a bit more interesting than I had thought.

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MagNet Presentation on Researching Using the Web

Web Tools for Learners

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MagNet Presentation on Research Using the Web

Web Tools for Learners

Tags: Bibme Canadian Copyright PowerPoint RSS Search SlideShare Twitter Wikipedia Zotero communication delicious education howto indexing organizing_information research social_bookmarking tagging tips web2.0

Top 100 Tools For Learning 2010 – C4LPT Survey

Upside Learning

Delicious – social bookmarking tool. Slideshare – presentation hosting and sharing 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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How to MOOC: Technology-Enabled Learning Tools, Part 2

Your Training Edge

Web 2.0 and the rapid rise of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other communications platforms have made one thing abundantly clear: Everything is social. As the workforce grows to include more Millennials – digital natives who spend nearly four hours per day on social networking sites – the social impact on training cannot be overstated. Content can be shared via YouTube (video), Flickr (images), Slideshare (PowerPoint presentations), and many other services.

5 great speakers from the AITD conference - a summary of ideas

Sticky Learning

I write a blog, use Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn etc but what did I know about Social Media really? I use it a fair bit and speak with business clients about how they can use social media to promote learning, however to be honest I still feel like a newbie with much of this! In a room with about 30 others spread across 5 tables Janet walked us all through different social tools that are available and how they could be used for learning. Hesitation to use social sites. 5.

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.

Social Media and Social Learning – Where R We now?

eLearning 24-7

You have probably been bombarded with lots of social learning surveys over the past few weeks. But to understand the topic, you first have to understand the basics – social media. Because without it, you cannot have social learning. In order for social learning to exist you need to have the following: social media plus e-learning. And, let us clear up another point: social learning is not just social networking. slidesharing, livestreaming.

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. Web 2.0 A wiki is a self-organizing knowledge web site. Wiki software allows users to create, edit and link web pages easily. It is so named because of the speed in which wiki software allows someone to update the web site. The term comes from “web log” which is shortened to “blog.” Social Network.

Social Learning – What’s the Point? Time to turn the tables on the naysayers

eLearning 24-7

That is what one senior exec said to me, the other day when it came to social learning. Slideshare. They share them (the premises of slideshare) with other users, who want to view them and download them. Even with slideshare, you can actually post e-books and other documents, so it follows suit in a system. Tutorials can be e-books, audio, video (mp4, avi), web based training courses. Incorporate Social Q/A. Cut, copy and paste the web.

What’s in Your Technology-Enabled Learning Toolbox?

Your Training Edge

SlideShare — upload and share presentations. blendspace — share a collection of web resources with just one link. Evernote — collect resources from various sites and then save as a web page. Delicious , Pinboard — social bookmarking. Quandary — create web-based case studies.

Build a powerful PLN

Learning with 'e's

They may be people you meet on a daily basis, but more often than not in the digital age, many PLNs are comprised of people we interact with on social networking sites. But how to do it, when you are in danger of being lost in a tsunami of web content? Well, there is a growing range of useful social media tools you can use to track down what you need. Such tools enable users to share URLs of web resources they find interesting.

LMS/LCMS Social Media & Side Notes

eLearning 24-7

If you haven’t been looking at LMS/LCMS solutions lately or if you have, you may be noticing a trend - social media. Of course, many vendors like to pitch it as “Web 2.0″ Worse yet, when “Web 3.0″ Stay and say, “Web 2.0″? Could you argue that a BBS, CompuServe, Prodigy or even Usenet were early “Web 2.0″ Again, all of these offerings were way before the term “Web 2.0″

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Top 10 LMS/LCMS Trends and Forecasts

eLearning 24-7

Some are starting to adapt web conferencing to their training. Vendors and sadly, companies who purchase their products, believe that since someone can open up their web browser and click to view pages, they can figure it out. LMS/LCMS vendors wishing to a slight degree to incorporate social learning without fully entering are adding Widgets to the mix. The growth of open source and with Web 3.0 Social Learning.

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Social Grid Follow-up

Tony Karrer

Last week I did a webinar with Mark Sylvester of Intronetworks - Tapping the Social Grid. The crux of the talk was: Why being able to tap into the social grid is important for concept workers. A few of the tools and methods I use to tap into the social grid. Other Ways to Tap into the Social Grid In the session, I discussed the use of LinkedIn, Twitter and Blogging as my primary tools for tapping into the social grid. It's much more social than LinkedIn.

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