Corporate Learning: Trends and Innovations is an exciting opportunity for corporate leaders, directors, CLOs, trainers, and consultants to discuss the directions and innovations in corporate learning.
Corporate Learning: Trends and Innovations is a free online conference, running from November 15-20, 2007.
Check out the conference wiki which is developing as we speak.
WeirdGuy has a good post about learning and fun. Check out the “10 Benefits of the Fun Factor” section.
Sort of meshes wit Gagne’s Nine events?
Building the plane WHILE you’re flying it. This might be the ultimate example of Rapid Instructional design. What a great idea!
I was just looking over the ELearning Guild’s “Handbook of e-Learning Strategy” and saw these nice e-Learning related graphics. I think these are nicely
representations of the process designed . Kudos to the designer of these.
This looks like it could be very interesting. Another type of spin on the online file storage/sharing model. Adobe Share (beta) is a free service that let’s you send docs without attachments, access your docs online from anywhere, post links to your docs in wikis and blogs, embed a flash version of your docs in websites and control access to a specified list of people.
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Our LMS vendor has suggested that this (BIRT) may be one possible solution for our reporting needs. Hmmm..not so sure what to make of that. Do you know anything about this?
Nice slideshare.net presentation about WordPress.com
…and this nice one about how to embed slideshare.net content
Super, quick & easy blog posting. Seems like blogging with training wheels sort of – but that is not always a bad thing. Mine is here http://tmiket.tumblr.com/
I can think of some good uses for this. For newbies, parents, etc. How about you?
I’ve been looking at several online video tools and it looks like I’m favoring Viddler.com for several reasons including:
- It’s not blocked from work 😎
- It allows comments and tags to be embedded as part of the video (Cool!)
- It can easily be embedded in other places (HTML/Wordpress)
- It can be commented on similar to blog posts.
Here is a sample video to checkout: