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Web 2.0 Applications in Learning

Tony Karrer

Last week I presented a session at ASTD TechKnowledge entitled eLearning 2.0 - Applications and Implications. It could just as easily have been called Web 2.0 15 37% On-Boarding process / Corporate Information 11 27% Online Reference / Glossary 10 24% Product Information / Training 9 22% Other 8 20% Supporting Meetings, Conference Rooms, Phone Numbers, Facilitation Assignment, agenda, etc. I discussed my experience from Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0

Top 10 eLearning Predictions for 2010

Tony Karrer

For most workplace eLearning the implication of this is that we are going to be getting asked a lot more about whether content will be accessible and work on other devices, e.g., mobile web access, home access, etc. You will produce a lot more as web/wiki pages instead of course pages.

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What Universities Must Learn About Social Networks

Jay Cross

We rely on colleagues and social networks to separate the signal from the noise; their advice makes our experiential learning productive. McKinsey & Company reports that implementing social business creates: Improved business performance (profit, productivity, margins, etc).

Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

Grows - But Creating "eLearning 2.0 Strategy" Fails Corollary: if you have SharePoint installed, you will be using SharePoint a lot more this year. Open Educational Resources Matures 4. Production of content into eLearning is becoming much more of a commodity.

Business of Learning

Tony Karrer

In the past few weeks, I've had some really eye-opening conversations about the state of Learning as a Business. Keller’s speech appeared on the Web site of its sponsor, the Guardian , under the headline “ NOT DEAD YET.” Every corporation worth its salt opened a training department.

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