Category Archives: learning

mLearning: Revolutionizing Education


Ten tips or ideas from Fabio Sergio that looks at some ideas on how mLearning (mobile learning) is beginning to and will continue to ‘revolutionize’ learning from school through corporations and beyond – into lifelong learning. See on Scoop.it – … Continue reading

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Decided the approach to take to include social computing in a learning program


Okay, so the title is somewhat long and certainly not “sexy” … but it’s clear as to what this post is about. I’ve been working through how to incorporate social computing into learning programs … I’ve mused about this in … Continue reading

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Beginning conversations and thoughts on social tech in learning


I’ve been working through conversations and very small experiments in using social computing tech for learning programs. And these conversations are only the very beginning of how to incorporate social computing technology. These are my own ramblings as I now … 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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Learning2010 – Day 1


Follow with #L2010 … Opening session in the evening … included a presentation by Shapeology (catch a video here to get an understanding of their performance). Introduced to the “30 under thirty” group of learning leaders – follow via twitter … Continue reading

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what if things looked like this?


So the other day I inserted my tongue firmly in my cheek (and bit my tongue quite frequently doing so) to outline what I see as a real problem with many many many instructional designs. [If video games were designed … Continue reading

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quote of the morning from Brent Schlenker


As he recaps some of his experiences at the Innovations in eLearning conference … great statement: I’m certain some of the more traditional learning designers wonder why some of us find kindred spirits in the likes of game designers.  The simple … Continue reading

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