Category Archives: enterprise 2.0

Mobile Learning On The Interwebs

See on – Mobile Learning Design Various links of interest to mobile learning … “Beginning with the ASCD SmartBrief. Survey: Mobile technology use highest among school administrators Educators are more likely to use mobile technology than non-educators, while district … Continue reading

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That “digital natives” thing again …

Can we just dispense with the “digital natives versus digital immigrants” thing, please? Here’s an infographic that proposes digital natives being more “wired” for mobile learning experiences … as opposed to whom? If I continue with the distinction of ‘native … Continue reading

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Learning2010 – a deeper dive into Communities

Day 2, session 404 … #L2010 … at Learning2010 A great conversation facilitated by Diane Hessan. I have to admit that I hadn’t planned on attending this one … but her general session presentation inspired me to follow up … … Continue reading

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Do companies TRULY embrace social learning – yes and no

@jentolbert tweeted, “curious, do you think companies are TRULY embracing social learning?” I don’t think I can limit my reply to 140 characters … except to brusquely say “yes and no” or “perhaps, it depends.” So, let the blogging begin. … Continue reading

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Jay Cross explains it clearly – ROI of enterprise 2.0 learning

Many a corporation misses massive opportunities by demanding to know “Where’s the ROI?” in cases where ROI is an inappropriate and misleading indicator. Permit me to explain why. And Jay, as usual, goes on to explain with clarity … giving … Continue reading

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Hmmm … Sites that Caught My Interest

Thinking that I set up my to automatically publish links to the sites I bookmark … oops … apparently this hasn’t been working since mid-August. Still trying to figure out how to fix this, but in the meantime here … Continue reading

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"Best Web2.0 Apps/Sites for Education" by Larry Ferlazzo

Larry does a good job of rounding up some of the most useful apps for educational use … Check it out here. I’d not heard of some of these until now.                   … Continue reading

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