ow.ly -- Is your eLearning strategy any good? Is it sustainable over the long term? Does it sound nice, but has nothing to back it up? Or have you actually thought this though clearly and are on your way to achieving your goals? Let’s find out.
ow.ly -- As excited as I am about the Coherent Organization as a framework, it’s not done by any means. I riffed on it for a Chief Learning Officer magazine, and my Internet Time Alliance colleagues have followed up. However, I want to take it further. The original elements I put into the diagram were ad-hoc, though there were principles behind them. As a start, I wanted to go back and look at these elements and see if I could be more systematic about it.
bit.ly -- A long-overdue followup from DevLearn:
Rather than sharing my slides from the Media Stage, I created a Diigo bookmark list to make the resources more accessible and sharable. (The slides were just a list of resources anyway.)
ow.ly -- Whew! Glad that’s over. Now the election’s been settled businesses can go back to business, employees can get back to work and job-seekers can expect to find more open roles. Money sitting on the sidelines will come back into the economy as investment in people, training, technology and…..the real innovation starts to move forward.
ow.ly -- At mLearnCon 2012 conference June in San Jose, and again at the DevLearn 2012 conference in Las Vegas, a piece of software called the Tin Can API took the attendees by storm. “Tin Can Alley” was one of the most popular areas in both conferences, and the developers of Tin Can have been featured in a number of presentations.
In 2009, mobile devices began outselling PCs. On January 27th, 2010, the iPad was announced at an Apple press conference by Steve Jobs. The iPad has now become the fastest-selling consumer product of all times.
ow.ly -- You may as well ask "What makes a good book?" when thinking about the characteristics of good elearning. It depends on what it's trying to achieve, who it's aimed at, and the context in which it will be used. Are we talking about a novel, a textbook, a reference, a coffee table book, a children's picture book, etc?
ow.ly -- Sir Richard – thank you for making me happy!
Founder at Virgin Group
If anyone knows the secret of success it must be Richard Branson– one of the most famous entrepreneurs of our times. How does he measure success? With one single word: happiness.
ow.ly -- If you are looking for ways to connect to South African researchers engaged and passionate about mobile learning. Look at the people mentioned in this post and connect with them. They are wonderful mLearning experts and … open to collaboration.
bit.ly -- First, a huge thanks to David Holcombe, Heidi Fisk, and everyone else at The Guild who have been so amazingly helpful in providing a platform for all of this to happen on. Another huge thanks to Dave Kelly for curating the backchannel.
Join David Kelly as he covers DevLearn 2012 from the backchannel. David is a well-known blogger in the Learning industry with a passion for sharing the best highlights from learning events from around the world.