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Applying Social Networking in the Workplace

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I'm placing it here as a matter of record and to note that social networking tools are clearly important to accelerating the (effective) learning process. We are social animals by nature, so any technology that allows us to connect more efficiently and effectively with others will flourish I wrote this article back in November for Learning Technologies magazine.

Can social networks work within institutional walls?

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I had an interesting comment from Mark on my article on Applying Social Networking in the Workplace. This statement got me thinking: I think social networks within an organisation will become tremendously useful - think of the opportunities for knowledge sharing through the creation of pools of expertise across the organisation consisting of people who would otherwise be locked into some

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#SLCONF 2012–Social Learning in action

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Last Thursday I attended the #SLCONF Social Learning Conference in London. It largely practiced what it preached – in that it proved to be a highly social discussion and effective forum for sharing ideas and experiences with an experienced group of professionals and practitioners. social networking social media social learning mobile learning #SLCONF motivation

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The catalyst to accelerated learning and performance

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Here's my article just published on Trainingzone, recorded here for your comment. -- Lars Hyland explores how social tools can be harnessed to deliver a more engaging and effective learning experience. Tags: social networking blended learning TED social media performance support Jove

Move aside CPD, UPS is here.

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Tags: social networking e-learning blended learning work place performance UPS performance support elearning CPD

Research merry-go-round up

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Tags: social networking research Memory Brain training forgetting