Category Archives: presentations

Coffee Cup Browsing Feb 27

Finding a bunch of unrelated things of interest … I’ve heard (and even said) that a good story is an excellent means to learning something. Instructional storytelling – methinks we need to learn how to do this well. Interesting when … Continue reading

Posted in cognitive science, instructional design, learning, presentations, writing style

mLearning Virtual Conference Day 2 – My Notes

Okay – the elearning guild virtual conference on mLearning has finished. Overall – a decent conference that did offer some new and interesting information for me. Session 4: Learning a-la-mode – Really good session … tons of information … focused … Continue reading

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mLearning Virtual Conference Day 1 – My Notes

A colleague and I are attending the elearning guild’s virtual conference/online forum on mLearning (big thank you to our leadership for helping to make this happen for us). Notes from yesterday (November 20): Session 1: Towards Personal, Mobile & Location … Continue reading

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Jay Cross’ conference mashup

life’s too short for  linear video Jay Cross just posted a mashup video of conference presentations made at Learning Technologies 2008. Absolutely worth checking out … for both the content that’s shown as well as for the concept of a … Continue reading

Posted in informal learning, knowledge transfer, learning, presentations, video

Knowledge Transfer and Knowledge Management – Is there a difference?

“So, how is this different from knowledge management?” As I discuss a knowledge transfer (KT) methodology it’s not a question that gets asked a whole lot; but when it is it tends to sidetrack the meeting or presentation.  The questioner … Continue reading

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Slashdot: US Control of Internet Remains an Issue  … my question: what is a truly good or compelling reason for this? I’ve not yet heard one – other than they just don’t like the U.S. having it. Gotta be a … Continue reading

Posted in business models, collaboration, enterprise 2.0, facebook, informal learning, learning, Miscellany, Net Generation, presentation tools, presentations, social networks, stupid stupid companies, technology, web 2.0, web culture

PowerPoint bullets don’t kill people – people do (those who give really boring presentations)

Here’s another – and to my mind, well done – “death by PowerPoint” presentation.  

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Web3.0 – fuhgettaboutit. Can I get my 2.0 first?

( Link ) Network World – Gartner touts Web 2.0, scoffs at sequel said Tom Austin, a Gartner fellow …. “The biggest problem with Enterprise 2.0 is thinking about it as ‘what product do I buy and how many people … Continue reading

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Enterprise 2.0 – "Social Networking within the firewall…"

Meet Charlie … an interesting Slideshare presentation that (IMHO) explains the concepts of this thing called enterprise 2.0 … extolling the use of RSS, wikis, blogs, social networking, web-based collaboration and project management, and podcasting, to name a few. Sounds promising, … Continue reading

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Adobe seminar with Dr. Ruth Clark – Tips on creating effective elearning

Silke Fleischer has a notice for a “e-seminar” which sounds very interesting … Friday the 24th at 10am Pacific Time, we are going to have an eseminar with Dr. Ruth Clark as part of our Luminary eSeminars series. I’ll join … Continue reading

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