• Basic eLearning

    Outmodels in the wild

    This is an amazing article/statement along with the photo I found on Flickr. It is so cool I had to present it here as part of my eLearning blog. I would love to hear what you think of it! An organized system of learned behavior that is a total way of life of a people….

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    Creating a working virtual classroom space

    When one is starting to create a virtual classroom space for their organization, many questions arise. This article we hopefully help you answer some of those and make your first session a brilliant one. Tip 1 Content from the real classroom doesn’t always carry over well. Consider some of these factors.. … you can’t read the…

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    mLearning, the Next Generation

    You have heard of classroom learning, blended learning and eLearning, now here comes mLearning! mLearning or Mobile learning uses mobile devices such as smartphones and iPod touches and even iPads to provide learning to the student. A great example of this is in the ESL arena. Students learning English can walk down the street, listening…

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    Just in Time – Learning

    Just-in-Time Learning, provides you with ability to learn and develop a skill, quickly and just at the appropriate time. For example, You are completing a special application for a client, that just happens to be siiting across from you. You know this form but are not sure of all the components, and how to complete…

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    The Fifth Discipline – Learning

    Peter Senge wrote in his book The Fifth Discipline, “The ability to learn faster than your competitor may be the only sustainable competitve advantage”. So what Peter may be saying is, if you encourage your employees or organization to continue to learn, and are adapt at performing conitnuous learning better than your competitor, it will give…

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    Life Long Learning

    The CEO of Motorola once said ” Motorola no longer wants to hire engineers with a four year degree. Instead, we want employees to have a 40 year degree.“. What he was talking about is Life Long Learning. Many companies are now proponents of continuous learning for their employees and clients versus getting a degree…

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    Death of the all day software training session

    Many years ago I attended or facilitated many training sessions, partularly computer software training that were one or more days long. We conducted things this way because it was felt important for people to get as much information as possible for the best time they had available and buck. Many instances of what I call…