References on Lurking

Nancy White

I was asked about some useful references on lurking and lurkers this week, so I thought I’d refresh myself with a few that I like. (I’ve I’ve written about it here on the blog quite often over the years!).

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References on Lurking | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Photo Credit: Uploaded on June 21, 2009 by ph0t0 {loves you too} Share and Enjoy: 3 responses so far 3 Responses to “References on Lurking&# # steve on 26 Feb 2010 at 6:05 pm Ah participation inequality … Will Hill was in my HCI dept at AT&T Research.

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Webinar – How to Refer an LMS Client and Get Paid


Everyone is welcome to attend this webinar to learn more about how you can earn a commission for referring over a company that is looking to improve their learning and development efforts with a new learning management system (LMS) or to replace an old LMS.

CSTD Presentation References

Harold Jarche

Here are the links for my presentation today on The Future of the Training Department for the Canadian Society for Training & Development: Main Article co-authored with Jay Cross. Slideshare presentation. Wirearchy framework. Cluetrain Manifesto. Cynefin framework. Delicious bookmarks on Personal Knowledge Management. Creative Commons search engine for shareable images. Wikimedia Commons for shareable and copyright-free images. GapingVoid cartoons.

Is Your Future Boss Horrible? A 10 Point Reference Check - Bob.

Bob Sutton

A 10 Point Reference Check.    We developed ten "reference check"  questions that you can ask people who have worked with and for your prospective boss -- or perhaps had him or her as a client -- to help determine if you are at risk of going to work for an asshole. Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Is Your Future Boss Horrible? A 10 Point Reference Check : Comments. Bob Sutton.

Shift in eLearning from Pure Courseware towards Reference Hybrids

Tony Karrer

The shift I'm seeing is away from the design of pure "courseware" solutions and much more to "reference hybrid" solutions. Reference" is static content - meaning no interaction other than allowing the user to link from page-to-page and to search. Reference sometimes comes out as "job aids" or "online support" or "online help" or various other things. Thus, "reference" to me is a good umbrella term. Am I missing an alterative term for "reference?"

In Praise of the Olds

Martijn Linssen

Home About Complexity Reading List Knowledge Management Reading List In Praise of the Olds John 3 comments Personal Dec 24 Putting aside the fact that, back in my day, “the Olds” referred to a car owned by someone on the brighter side of the tracks – I recognize that this term now refers to the generations beyond the one currently in fashion. I realize that while I do not consider myself old; I do remember Watergate, the Vietnam War, the moon landing, and the deaths of all three Kennedy brothers. And so I write to praise them, me, this holiday for a simple reason: The Olds enjoy life more than you do. Our holiday toasts often feature a few seconds of silence. We aren’t grasping for words, we are connecting to memories that predate you. We mist up easily for the same reason. We smile at soiled toddlers because we remember the stress when we were first confronted with tiny people – you. (Also, we are no longer responsible to remove said soil. Our joy in reminding you of this is unceasing.) I found myself at a large sing-along last week in a small town North of Boston. A dear friend has hosted these gatherings for over 15 years, such that now their 18th century home bursts each holiday season with guitars, pianos, a harp and violin, and nearly one hundred voices. I was privileged this year to be holding one of those guitars, and was therefore provided a front-row seat to enjoy these many souls. Their ages ranged from six to eighty. The young teens sprawled like puppies for a third of the room, while the adults stood towards the back, nearer to the wine selection located back in the kitchen area. The smiles were shared: for one evening there was no toddler whine, no teen angst, no mid-life crises, no fears of mortality, no tears of sadness. There was only laughter, music, warmth, and love. While all had a good time, the Olds had a better time. Only looking back through years can one appreciate the joy of connection. In looking across the room, I saw myself at each age – from the shy child, to the teens who only gain confidence in groups, to the later awkward attempts at self-expression, to the college students, to the young fathers, to the truly confident Lions at the peak of their game, to the Olds. We all wonder what is next, but for the Olds that question has been answered many times. For this one magical evening, there were no questions of what is next – there was a sharing of magic, song, and later, dance. The season features moments like this. When all ages are joined in the same laughter, when a stranger wandering into the home would feel right at home. Only the Olds appreciate how rare and wonderful such evenings are. Here’s to the holiday. Here’s to the child on Christmas morning, the young teens exiled to the kid’s table, the older teens laughing too loudly at play, the Lions reveling in their ability to sustain a home. But more than all, here is to the Olds. Who have lived each phase, and only now fully understand we are all One. 3 comments Alexa Cortes Culwell / December 31, 2010 Beautiful sentiment John. And I have a feeling I know where the singin’ was. Glad the gang is staying connected. Maggie / December 30, 2010 Wow- that says it all. Appreciating and cherishing the moments we live in is something Olds do better than Youngs. Aleta / December 25, 2010 I loved, related to, and enjoyed your story. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. About John Dr. John Bordeaux brings 28 years’ experience working issues of national security and knowledge management. He holds a Ph.D. in Public Policy, which focused on Organizational Informatics. The views on this site do not reflect necessarily the views of any client or employer – Dr. Bordeaux is solely responsible for the material posted to This site should not be considered reflective of an official position on the part of anyone other than John Bordeaux. Connect What Im reading. Plurality keeps the peace. The tyrrany of the abstract symbolic New seminar programme iPad How Long Before We Start Taking More Seriously Both Privacy and Security in Enterprise 2.0? Shared Items Archives December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 August 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008 August 2008 July 2008 October 2007 Categories Cloud Cognition Complexity Complexity and HR Decision Science Education System Election2008 Governance Ireland KM History Leadership National Security Personal Social Media Strategy Uncategorized Shelfari: Book reviews on your book blog Customized by chel | Powered by WordPress

The real cause of Global Warming: the Vatican

Martijn Linssen

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Four Ways User-Generated Content (UGC) Can Make its Way into.


Home > Learning Content Management , Social Learning > Four Ways User-Generated Content (UGC) Can Make its Way into Formal Learning Four Ways User-Generated Content (UGC) Can Make its Way into Formal Learning January 20th, 2010 Goto comments Leave a comment This past week, I’ve been reading and referring to Jane Hart’s article The State of Social Learning Today and some Thoughts for the Future of L&D in 2010 quite a bit. Home About Podcasts Videos Xyleme Inc.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Paying Attention

John Hagel

Esther reminded us that recent references to the attention economy are heavily influenced (directly or indirectly) by a seminal article on "The Attention Economy and the Net" by Michael Goldhaber on the subject many years ago.

Do You Sociate? » “Exhaust data” cite in the Economist

Jerry Michalski

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Do You Sociate? » Fabulous map of our little online worlds

Jerry Michalski


A huge sigh of relief – a title | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Mark Hurst on 01 Oct 2008 at 9:30 am I like the sci-fi reference, whereby a “habitat&# is an synthetic intelligent structure within which people live in space, for instance a space station or the inside of an asteroid.

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Harold Jarche » Free Range Learning

Harold Jarche

Informal Learning Blog » Pontydysgu-cast

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Internet Time Blog » Engaging Art

Jay Cross

Internet Time Blog » More online documents seminal to learning and the net

Jay Cross

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Harold Jarche » Costs of open source and proprietary LCMS/LMS

Harold Jarche

Harold Jarche » Reputation and Transparency

Harold Jarche

Harold Jarche » Why does Aliant’s service suck?

Harold Jarche

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): The Definitive iPhone eCard

Mark Oehlert

via SomeeCards ) July 14, 2008 in Apple/iPhone/iPod | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference The Definitive iPhone eCard : Comments The comments to this entry are closed.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "Sync Google Calendar with Outlook and more with WideLens" (Alex Barnett)

Mark Oehlert

March 19, 2008 in The G Word | Permalink Technorati Tags : google , outlook TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference "Sync Google Calendar with Outlook and more with WideLens" (Alex Barnett) : Comments The comments to this entry are closed.

working smarter with PKM

Harold Jarche

At 12 pages it is not designed to cover all aspects of the models, frameworks, and practices that inform PKM, but provide a quick reference, especially for those new to the discipline. Working Smarter with Personal Knowledge Mastery is a field guide for the networked knowledge worker.

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Arrgghh!!! Re-installing Zone Alarm AV on my other machine.AGAIN!

Mark Oehlert

January 30, 2008 | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Arrgghh!!! e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Engaging Web design from Dutch dept.

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Why iTunes is not a workable model for the newspaper business.

Clay Shirky

I’m putting this here so I can refer to it later, because I’m tired of reconstituting these arguments one conversation at a time.). You can find endless examples of this belief by googling ‘iTunes newspapers’; as a reference, take David Lazurus’s piece iTunes proves newspapers can and should charge for online access , whose title neatly encapsulates the idea. But that’s not what Matteo is referring to. Clay Shirky.

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How to Train Your Customers Using an Extended Enterprise LMS Training System


They keep organizations afloat by purchasing products and services, as well as by referring new customers. But customers only continue purchasing from a company and referring new customers if they’re satisfied with their experience. Customers are the heartbeat of your company.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Generate Your Own Mii

Mark Oehlert

June 12, 2007 | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Generate Your Own Mii : Comments The comments to this entry are closed.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): The Argument for Casual Games in the Corporate World

Mark Oehlert

July 27, 2007 in Gaming & Learning | Permalink Technorati Tags : casual games , game-based learning TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference The Argument for Casual Games in the Corporate World : Comments casual gamers with 80 million so odd gamers um that doesnt sound to casual [link] Posted by: | November 01, 2007 at 07:58 PM The comments to this entry are closed.

Social learning is not something you make other people do

Jane Hart

As organisations “go social” (a term increasingly used to refer to one that is adopting an enterprise social or collaboration platform) , I am often asked: “How do you make people learn socially?”

How the Egyptians multiplied

David Weinberger

The title refers to The Maths, people! Get your minds out of the gutter for once, will you?


2016: Rethinking workplace learning

Jane Hart

Workplace training is often euphemistically referred to as workplace learning, so there has been an assumption for a long time now that they are one and the same thing. But whilst workplace training is about telling people what they need to learn, how they need to learn it, when they need to learn it, and making sure they […]. Social learning

The Knowledge and Learning Transfer Problem

Charles Jennings

Some organisations, such as Citibank , refer to their 70:20:10 approach as the 3Es – learning through experience, exposure and education. That’s an area where the 70:20:10 approach and the 70:20:10 methodology can really help. -- References Burke, L.

The (new) role of the Workplace Learning Advisor

Jane Hart

Many of you will know that I refer to myself as an independent Workplace Learning & Collaboration Advisor. What does that involve? I help L&D (as well as other organizational) teams in the following ways: I keep them up to date with what’s happening in the world of workplace learning and collaboration trends, technologies and [.]. Social learning

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The Social Learning Revolution and 3 ways that L&D are re-thinking their practices

Jane Hart

Links to some of the references are shown below The Social [.]. On Monday 16th September I was invited to present at a small workshop at the GREATLX International Conference on Games and TEL, in Lisbon, Portugal. Here are the slides I used – they include some small pieces of text to explain them. Social learning

6 Tips for Creating the Best SCORM Compliant LMS Content


SCORM, or Sharable Content Object Reference Model, defines a standard for developing e-learning content to be used on any SCORM compliant LMS platform.

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70:20:10 - Beyond the Blend

Charles Jennings

In my experience with many organisations around the world, the 70:20:10 reference model can help us get there.

70:20:10 – Above All Else It’s a Change Agent

Charles Jennings

This is a reference model, not a recipe. L&D professionals need to have tattooed onto their brains that “ 70:20:10 is a reference model and not a ''rule'' ”. “Progress is impossible without change; and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.”

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70-20-10: Origin, Research, Purpose

Charles Jennings

As a meme or reference model, it both validates the importance of Formal Courses – the “10” as well as opening up the opportunity of intentionally activating Learning from Challenging Assignments – the “70” and Learning from Others – the “20.”

70:20:10 - A Framework for High Performance Development Practices

Charles Jennings

A Reference Model, not a Recipe It’s important to be aware that 70:20:10 is a reference model and not a recipe. Over the past few years the 70:20:10 model for development has captured the imagination of organisations across the world.

70:20:10 Primer

Charles Jennings

70:20:10 is a reference model or framework that helps organisations extend their focus on learning and development beyond the classroom and course-based eLearning to build more resilient workforces and create cultures of continuous learning.

Examples of eLearning 2.0

Clark Quinn

We use podcasts to release information on department updates wikis for SMEs to submit content/feedback project Wikis ; resource / tools sharing on wiki online reference for patient care using podcasts for our ASTD chapter to introduce upcoming speakers wikis, blogs, jing to capture best practices, conduct training and elearning resources virtual learning environment that encompasses social tools Use discussion boards and blogs for reflection and share learner experience A great list of examples.

How Important Is It for an LMS to Support BYOD?


BYOD, or bring your own device, is a growing global trend that refers to employees bringing personal devices to their place of employment to complete work activities or functions.

Seek-Sense-Share Mini Online Workshop

Jane Hart

Although we refer to these events as “workshops” they are [.]. The first mini online workshop at the Connected Knowledge Lab takes place from 8-19 July and is led by Harold Jarche. This mini online workshop will help you understand the Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) framework as a model for taking control of your professional development. Social learning

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