DECEMBER 3, 2008
It's always interesting to look back at the past year - 2008, think about what has changed for me during the year, and think about what that means for the next year - 2009. We won't hear much this year, but in 2009, this will be something you'll hear in a big way. Maybe 2009?
eLearning Portal Integration
OCTOBER 13, 2009
These discussions center on what requirements should go into an LMS RFP and more broadly how the LMS should really be integrated into the organization. For web pages, wiki pages, PDFs, Word Docs and other standard content that's easy. I've had a similar discussion several times over the past few months. Initially, the conversation was about having learning content appear on the enterprise portal.
NOVEMBER 16, 2009
The second is Advertising In Reverse , which riffs off (Dilbert cartoonist) Scott Adams’ Hunter Becomes the Prey , a post in which he suggests “broadcast shopping, by means which VRM folks have been calling by the dull name Personal RFP. In fact, I’m ready to change that wiki entry to “broadcast shopping. Two posts worth noting over at the ProjectVRM blog.
Top 100 eLearning Items
APRIL 7, 2009
Introducing The Conversation Prism eLearning Trends 2007 and 2008 TechCrunch White Label Social Networking Platforms Chart How to Insert YouTube Videos in PowerPoint Presentations LinkedIn Tips and Tweaks: Do More with your LinkedIn Account Introduction to Wikis, Blogs, Social Bookmarking, Social Networking and RSS Corporate Policies on Web 2.0 Using eLearning Learning , I thought it would be interesting to go look what it thinks are some of the top items of all time.
[berkman] Doc Searls
MARCH 24, 2009
A: We have a draft of this, on the wiki: ProjectVRM.org We also want a list of core principles. Imagine that for car rentals… A: That’s an example of a personal RFP. Doc Searls is giving a Berkman lunch called “The Intention Economy. [ Note: I'm live-blogging, missing points, paraphrasing badly, making spellping errors, etc. He begins by talking about some problems. E.g., "the people vs. Comcast." Customers are unhappy. Comcast can't fix itself alone."