Screencast, Aha!

Jay Cross

Screencasts are a great way to look over someone’s shoulder remotely to see what’s happening on screen. I used to use Camtasia for this but the price tag drove me away. I used Jive instead. Both Jive and Snagit were rendered inoperable by the latest update of Yosemite for the Mac.

Video and Screencast Styles for Corporate Training?

Clark Quinn

I'd like to get help identifying examples of videos and screencasts that show different styles. I've been discussing with several people recently how they can create small (5 minute) screencasts or videos that teach something very briefly.

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Screencast Showing eLearning Learning

Tony Karrer

Michael Hanley was nice enough to post a description and screencast of how to navigate the eLearning Learning Community and what he sees as the value proposition. It's very cool to have people like Michael involved who can add value to the collective whole. Thanks Michael. Browse eLearning Content at www.elearninglearning.com

Jing Screencasts Bandwidth Limit

Tony Karrer

I had used Jing several times recently to create screencasts. Luckily, viewing of my recent screencasts ( LinkedIn for Finding Expertise and Searching for Expertise - LinkedIn Answer ) will be pretty low over time. So, I'm now back to searching for a free tool that works to create screencasts that I can use for my blog. I have been pretty happy with it as a tool, but I got a message from Jing that told me that I had nearly used up my monthly bandwidth.

Screencasting Tools

Nigel Paine

Articulate's Rapid E-Learning Blog describes how to use their free screencasting tool screenr. It is labled as a screencast for Twitter but it has much more flexibility. It is simple and easy to use and outputs to Twitter, iPhone, YouTube and into Articulate or you can embed it into your own website. Check it out here. It also has its own url: [link]. Their 25 second video on the screenr home page explains it all

Informal Learning Blog » Jay’s interface for working, learning, researching, reflecting, and play

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Beyond Instructional Design: How Performance Support is Revolutionizing eLearning

Jane Hart

Insights on providing resources and bite-sized content, such as video, screencasts, or text instead of courses. Ready to get results with performance support? Trivantis have asked me to host this free webinar, in which I will consider how you can move beyond instructional design to designing for performance support. In the session I will cover the following aspects. Trends in modern authoring.

My Twitter Weekly Links Digest for 2011-09-11

Jane Hart

Screeny – screencasting tool for Mac is free for 1 more day [link] More screencasting tools here [link] #. Don’t forget to hear The Truth About Social Learning [link] with @ janebozarth #. Learning the game of social media – FT.com – [link] #. RT @ EdenTreeToolkit : Jane Hart @ C4PLT talks about working and learning smarter ahead of her # LEARNINGLIVE session: [link] #. Social Learning for a Social Workplace [link] #.

Thriving in the Relationship Economy

Jerry Michalski

I’m currently in the mode of improving that talk, then I’ll record a screencast talking through it and share that. This morning I gave a new talk with a tool that I hadn’t used before: Prezi. I’ll ruminate on my experience with the tool some other time. My talk has the same title as this blog post. Here’s the Prezi file I spoke from (the link is only good through Oct. 21, when Prezi will remove it).

Rules for Copying Presentation Style?

Clark Quinn

In a previous post - Video and Screencast Styles for Corporate Training? - if I found something that I thought was a good style to copy for the videos and screencasts that I'm thinking about, I was planning on borrowing from it. I had mentioned Common Craft as an example of a particular well-known style that seems to have struck a chord. I'm still looking for examples of other good styles that people have seen.

Ch-ch-ch-changes

Clark Quinn

And that’s increasingly true: with tools to do narrated slides, screencasts, and videos in the hands of everyone, there’s little need to have the same old ordinary courses coming from L&D. Is there an appetite for change in L&D? That was the conversation I’ve had with colleagues lately. And I have to say that that the answer is mixed, at best. The consensus is that most of L&D is comfortably numb.

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1st update on 10 Tools Challenge 2013

Jane Hart

Screencapture/ Screencasting. It has been good to see the varied interest in the 10 Tools Challenge both on my blog and Twitter as well as on other social channels – so here are a few updates.

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Searching for Expertise - LinkedIn Answers

Clark Quinn

So in this screencast, I look at what I would do given this need. Yesterday I created a screen cast on LinkedIn for Finding Expertise. Today, I saw a post on our Free - Web 2.0 for Learning Professionals where someone said: I am currently trying to find a SME experienced with Moodle (a CMS/LMS) and WizIQ (synchronous web class technology). I posted a query about this to several of the groups that I've joined on LinkedIn and have received about a dozen responses so far.

Social Learning Examples

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

At DevLearn, many people lamented the difficulty of explaining the benefits of social media to their managers and peers. We talked about building a repository of web 2.0 learning applications. It turns out that my pal Jane Hart has already done it for us!

Social Bookmarks

Clark Quinn

I'm hoping that there will be a couple of good questions/examples that will emerge again this week that can get folks to do screencasts similar to what I did last week. The second week of our Web 2.0 for Learning Professionals Course is starting and the topic is Social Bookmarks.

From Learning Management to Personal Knowledge Management

Jane Hart

Acquiring new knowledge and skills – e.g. in webinars, online workshops, MOOCs, and through videos and screencasts, etc.

1,000+ Learning & Performance Tools

Jane Hart

Screencapture & Screencasting Tools. Looking for some new ideas for tools to support your work? Here are the links to the pages in my Directory of Learning & Performance Tools , which lists over 1,000 tools in 4 main categories as shown below. Want to add or amend a tool’s details? You can do so here. What are your favourite tools for learning? Voting is now open in this year’s Top Tools for Learning survey. Please share your own. INSTRUCTIONAL TOOLS.

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Good Posts from Last Week

Tony Karrer

Twitter Job Aid - work in progress - Adventures in Corporate Education , April 12, 2009 Reduce Searching Start Talking - eLearning Technology , April 14, 2009 Solve problems with screencasting - eLearning Acupuncture , April 14, 2009 Augmented Reality in Learning - Upside Learning Blog , April 15, 2009 Top Other Items The following are the top other items based on social signals.

[liveblog] Renee Hobbs on teachers as creators

David Weinberger

Another used Screencast-o-matic to capture interaction with a google doc to share a lesson plan. Renee Hobbs from the Harrington School of Comm and Media is giving a talk about teachers as makers. NOTE: Live-blogging. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting key information. Introducing artificial choppiness. Over-emphasizing small matters. Paraphrasing badly. Not running a spellpchecker. Mangling other people’s ideas and words. You are warned , people.

The Smart Worker : shares what s/he learns

Jane Hart

Videos and screencasts at sites like YouTube , that show you how to carry out a task, e.g. How to use Google Plus. Tweet. This is the 4th in a series of posts about how L&D departments can move forward from their traditional role of creating, delivering and managing formal learning.

Starting from scratch

Clark Quinn

They’d also be able to both create and share media, video, audio, and screencasts. From a conversation with my ITA colleagues, talking about the (self-imposed) death of L&D that Charles wrote about, Jane wondered what we might do if we were starting from scratch.

[dpla] DPLA plenary

David Weinberger

minute demo this afternoon…talking to a screencast I did in my hotel room last night, leaving no room for temporal variance. I’m at what is in effect the public launch of the Digital Public Library of America — “in effect” because the DPLA has been open to all from the beginning. But today we’re in the theater of the National ARchives and have just been greeted by the Archivist of the United States, David Ferriero.

Notes on Audio and Videocasting

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Or an open source program called icecast (but it doesn't support mp3 well)) or freecast.com - [link] Mac You're essentially using nicecast - [link] Screencasting Jing - [link] Screen sharing - live sharing of computer screens [link] Video streaming ustream.tv - free hosted service To connect audio and video to computer - Pinnacle device - takes audio and video cables in one side, and provides a/v computer inputs out the other side

NING Alternatives via Stephen Downes

Nancy White

Sylvia Curry has a screencast of the document being updated. I don’t normally wholly post others blog posts, but I think spreading the word about alternatives to NING , which will be ending its free service, is a useful thing. So thanks for Stephen for putting this together. I had collected a few more, but I’ll add them to the Alternatives to Ning GoogleDoc! The issue of “free, hosted, self hosted, propriatary, open&# or whatever is a key technology stewardship challenge.

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Top 10 Tools for Learning 2016

Luis Suarez

Every year, and for the last 10 years, which is a huge achievement in this day and age, if you ask me, Jane Hart puts together this wonderful list of Top 100 Tools for Learning , where she encourages everyone to fill in a form , or tweet further along, or even create your own blog post, where you’d be listing your Top 10 Tools for Learning, indicating whether each of those tools would be fitting in under the following categories: . Top 100 Tools for Education – for use in schools, colleges, universities, adult ed . Top 100 Tools for Workplace Learning – for use in training, for performance support, social collaboration, etc. Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning – for self-organised learning. Now, I guess it’s never too late to dive in into such an interesting exercise that would definitely help you question how you learn, at work or in one’s own personal life. I mean, even though Jane has been running this exercise for a decade I think this is the first time I’m chipping in. I suppose better late than never, right? The voting for this year is well under way and folks can cast their vote(s) till Friday 23rd, September 2016. So I thought for today’s blog post I’d put together my own list and share it further along. I can’t wait to see what that list would be like say, in 5 to 10 years from now, and whether my tools selection I’m sharing across today would differ much over time. Something tells me that a good number of them won’t even have a place anymore in the landscape of options I’d go for to accommodate my learning needs, but we shall see. Needless to say it’s been a bit of a challenge as well to try to summarise my own Top Tools List for Learning down to just 10, more than anything else, because of how varied and mixed my very own learning needs and wants have become over the course of the last few years. So from the initial list of 40 different tools I eventually came down to the following 10 for 2016, where I have just selected them based purely on learning terms versus other key elements such as productivity, life hacks, curation, content management, etc. etc. . I have also taken the liberty of adding a brief paragraph for each of the tools themselves to explain a little bit how I use them to help cover my learning needs, but I’m pretty sure that, over the course of time, I will be talking plenty more in detail about each and everyone of them, plus the other 30 I have left behind for now, in order to share across how I, eventually, get work done WHILE I learn, because that’s what matters at the end of the day, doesn’t it? Adapting to living live in perpetual beta , as my good friend, Harold Jarche would say… So here we go: . Top 10 Tools for Learning 2016. IBM Connections : [ Education and Personal & Professional Learning ] Like I have blogged just recently, ‘ Learning is the Work ’, and since IBM Connections is where I spend nowadays vast majority of my time, while working with clients, it would be my number #1 tool for this year. And more than anything else, because, a long time ago, I realised that one of my main sources where my learning comes from is, basically, the clients I work with. They are my main source that keeps feeding my brain on a daily basis and that, thanks to them, plenty of the blog posts you see over here, in this blog, are direct reflections of those key learnings. At one point in time, I believed rather strongly that the moment you stop learning from your clients, that’s the moment that you are in trouble and it’d be a good thing to perhaps move on to better things. IBM Connections becomes then my number #1 Learning tool for 2016. Twitter : [ Education, Workplace Learning and Personal & Professional Learning ] Coming up, and pretty close, as my number #2 Learning tool, it would be Twitter. And for obvious reasons, specially, after I did a little experiment, which I blogged about under the heading ‘ Is Twitter Where Connections Go to Die – The Unfollowing Experiment ’. There will be a specific blog post coming up where I will talk more in detail about what has happened in the last year since I embarked in that experiment, but suffice to say that Twitter has become my main Personal Learning Network of choice and for absolutely everything, whether it’s work related, personal, global events, news items, etc. etc. It’s become my main glimpse into the Pulse of the Planet , as I used to call it back in the day. I have always sensed the moment I decide to leave Twitter behind, for whatever the reason(s), that’s the moment a little bit of me will die off as well. It’s become my preferred method of just pure learning , whether work related or not, just for the sake of it, which would probably explain a little bit further along why I’m so picky with it in terms of defining how I would want to use it to get the most out of it outside from the standards and expectations everyone seems to be conforming with. Slack : [ Education, Workplace Learning and Personal & Professional Learning ] Ok, I realised I haven’t blogged much about Slack per se, unless it’s been in connection with something else, but right now, for 2016, it’s my number #3 learning tool of choice and for multiple reasons… If there is a single word I could utilise to describe my own use of Slack, it would probably be flexibility , more than anything else, because I’m using Slack for work with different project teams, as well as participating in a number of different communities of practice, or of interest, as well as one of my favourite use cases, that one of a personal knowledge hub , but I will blog plenty more about it over the course of time, not to worry. For now though, it’s my number #3 learning tool for this year. WordPress (blogs) : [ Education, Workplace Learning and Personal & Professional Learning ] It’s been powering this blog for over a decade and still going strong! It’s this blog that I have always considered an extension of my own brain, my own reflections, ideas and thoughts, along with experiences, about everything that I learn on a daily basis, so, of course, WordPress had to come up within the Top 5 tools list for learning and, in this case, at number #4. It’s also the main blogging platform that vast majority of the blogs I follow through my blogroll are using at the moment. To me, a non techie, it’s the easiest and most effective blogging platform out there, with a huge community to offer support and learning along the way and, above all, the most effective tool, in the long run, to help your manage your own personal knowledge. That powerful. Feedly : [ Education and Personal & Professional Learning ] Since I rely quite heavily on reading and commenting on different blogs, as well as receiving news items from different various Web sources, one learning tool that I just can’t do without, and which, in this case, comes up as number #5, is Feedly, my preferred RSS news feed reader. Yes, I still use RSS feeds and quite a lot! Remember them ? From the good old days of the Web 2.0, it’s still very much alive and kicking and, to me, an integral part of my day to day learning activities to keep me in the know about what’s going on with the blogs and Web sites I am subscribed to. I mostly use Feedly on my iOS devices (both iPad Pro and iPhone), but on the Mac I don’t use Feedly, but Reeder , which is also available in iOS, where I’d only use it for when I’m offline for an extended period of time, like being stuck on a plane for several hours on a business trip. The great thing about RSS news feed readers is that there are tons of choices out there , and it’d be just your own personal choice to go for the one that works for you the best, pretty much like you would do with your own Web browser of choice. . Pocket [ Personal & Professional Learning ]: Coming up as number #6 is one of my all time favourite Apps, accessible via both the regular Web browser and iOS, it’s become an essential application to help me keep up with #longreads, or more in-depth items, I’d want to read and learn from with more pause and while disconnected, taking my time , allowing me to reflect on a deeper level what I am learning about. At the same time, and since not long ago, it acts as a superb tool for curation where you can recommend the best reads you may bump into that you’d want to share across, so your learning becomes everyone’s learning. It’s got a gorgeous user interface making the learning more focused on what you are reading, rather than trying to figure out the tool. Essential for the to – read-later fans. . Skype : [ Education, Workplace Learning and Personal & Professional Learning ] I think I may have been using Skype for well over a decade and, despite everything that may have happened throughout all of that time, it still remains within my top 10 list of tools for whatever the purpose. It’s the main learning tool I keep using on a regular basis for both audio and video conferencing, for podcasting, for vodcasting, for reaching out to people (either 1:1 or 1:many), so I can keep up with them and learn what they have been up to and despite other noteworthy efforts, like WhatsApp, Google Plus Hangouts, Blab, Viber, Tango, FaceTime, Zoom, Fuze, WebEx, Vyew, GoToMeeting, etc. etc. (It’s a far too long list already!) Skype is the only one I can continue to use reliably with good quality of both video and audio, and, most importantly, knowing it will always be there, while some others just don’t manage to pick up enough steam and therefore disappear into thin air over time, sadly. . Instagram / Flickr : [ Education, Workplace Learning and Personal & Professional Learning ] Back in the day, over 11 years ago, for number #8 I would have selected Flickr as my preferred tool to learn about how people live AND experience life, both on a personal and work levels. But in 2016, while I still use Flickr a fair bit, things have switched and I would now have to go for Instagram. It’s my photoblog where I try to share what I experience during the course of a given week, not just when I’m on the road, traveling, but also while living in Gran Canaria. It’s become my window to show the world a little bit of my world and therefore for me to learn plenty more about everyone’s world. I’m a visual animal and can then spend a fair amount of time learning different tidbits about the different photos people share through my Instagram feed, more than anything as an opportunity to help me cultivate and nurture my own social capital skills, so I can then put them into work when meeting up wonderful folks face to face to talk, share and learn about those mutual experiences of the pictures we share. Yes, I know, you may have noticed I got a thing for Instagram, and I surely do. It’s the only social networking tool from the Dark Social Web (a.k.a. platform monopolists ) that I still use on a regular basis to keep me on my toes and remind me why I left that Social Web behind a long while ago (Facebook, LinkedIn, Pulse, Slideshare, Uber, Airbnb, etc. etc.) and why we still have got a long way to go to realise the so-called Web 2.0 spirit in its full potential and reach. Haiku Deck : [ Education, Workplace Learning and Personal & Professional Learning ] I am pretty sure that plenty of folks would probably choose between either PowerPoint or Slideshare as one of their preferred Top Tools for Learning in 2016. Perhaps not only for the creation and curation of their own presentations they may have done for a particular conference event, or a client engagement, but also to learn about a whole lot of different topics by curating other people’s decks. Well, in my case, it’s been nearly three years since I last uploaded a presentation into Slideshare and quite a long while ago as well last time I went there to learn about specific subject matter or themes. For the creation of my own presentations, I don’t use PowerPoint either, but rely more on Keynote (Mac & iOS), specially, if offline, but since I’m mostly online when crafting a presentation or learning about other’s presentations I usually resort to Haiku Deck. It’s my preferred learning tool to put together different stories that then, eventually, end up in a presentation and the reason why I heart it quite a bit is because I can always manage to find some stunning visual aids that would go really nice with the story, in a heartbeat, and therefore makes the job of having to find that perfect snap shot painless. That’s why Haiku Deck is my number #9 top tool for learning in 2016. . YouTube : [ Education, Workplace Learning and Personal & Professional Learning ] And, finally, my top tool number #10 would go to YouTube. Yes, I know and realise most of you would be a tad surprised I’ve picked up YouTube as one of my Top Tools for Learning in 2016, but I use it quite frequently, either on my MacBook Air, iPhone or iPad for almost every type of learning aid: whether it’s a podcast, a vodcast, a screencast, a tutorial, a MOOC, a review, a presentation and / or a dissertation, interviews, book reviews, music videos, funny videos, etc. etc. and you name it, YouTube does it for me. And since there is a lovely hack everyone can use to download either the video or just the audio of the clip for offline watching it makes for the perfect companion when being disconnected for a while and having to catch up with a particular presentation, video, podcast / vodcast, etc. Yes, indeed, YouTube makes it into my Top 10 list of learning tools for 2016. . And that’s a wrap! That’s my list of Top 10 Tools for Learning for 2016. But before I let you all go I wanted to mention, perhaps, how my favourite learning tool this year, and without a doubt, although it doesn’t have much to do with software or a specific service, is a piece of hardware, or, better said, two pieces of hardware: my iPad Pro and my iPhone. Why am I saying that? Well, because for the very first time in a long while 2016 is the year where I have gone mobile with my own learning, regardless of whenever, or wherever I may well be and that’s, probably, as good as it gets as I can now take my own learning where I’d want to, or need to, and not be attached to a specific setting, computing device and what not. Just me and my own learning activities on my own space , the way it should have always been. How about you? Have you put together your own Top 10 Tools list for Learning for 2016 yet? What are you waiting for? Collaboration Communities General Interest Innovation Knowledge Management Knowledge Tools Learning Open Business Open Leadership Productivity Tools Tools and Gadgets

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Social Networks

Clark Quinn

I discussed part of this in my recent screencasts LinkedIn for Finding Expertise and Searching for Expertise - LinkedIn Answers. The first week of our Free - Web 2.0 for Learning Professionals is wrapping up. This week we looked at Social Networks. Here are some thoughts on this topic, especially thoughts around social networks for learning. Starting with Social Networking was a blessing and a curse. Social networks have a tendency to be a bit messy.

Social Learning doesn’t mean what you think it does!

Jane Hart

We create more performance aids (in diff formats: PDfs, screencasts, etc) than courses. A few days ago my Internet Time Alliance colleague, Harold Jarche, shared this article, written by Deb Lavoy, with me: Social Business Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Does, Neither Does Enterprise 2.0. The first few paragraphs say it all! Social Business” is not about technology, or about “corporate culture.” It is a socio-political historical shift that is bigger, broader and much more fascinating.

Qarbon Camtasia and Adobe Captivate

Tony Karrer

These videos would have software demos, screencasts and PowerPoints embedded inside them. Question from a reader, hoping you can provide your thoughts: I am in the process of selecting an elearning tool that is easy to use, quick to create the demos and does not bloat the file size much. I want to create some online videos that will be a total of about 6-7 hours and upload them on my site. Also every screen would have audio (voiceover with my voice) accompanying it.

Howard Rheingold on the Social Media Classroom

Nancy White

The Classroom also includes curricular material: syllabi, lesson plans, resource repositories, screencasts and videos. As part of CPSquare’s “ Connected Futures &# workshop exploring the use of web technologies in the service of communities of practice, we (John Smith and I!)

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LinkedIn Connection Approach Rethought

Tony Karrer

You can see how I do this in my posts/screencasts LinkedIn Searching for Experts and Expertise and LinkedIn Answers to Get Help. The screencast then shows how I would go about formulating a request for help through an intermediate contact. If you read my blog much, you know that I use LinkedIn quite a bit to help me find experts and expertise. One of the techniques that I show in the first is that you can expand the reach of your search by choosing to search groups.

Making Your L&D Department Meaningful & Relevant

Charles Jennings

Everything from podcasting tools, wiki tools, social networking tools, screencasting and conferencing tools, blogging tools and so on.

Books, Sites and Interesting Tidbits - A Tab-Clearning Bonanza

Mark Oehlert

Screencasting: How To Start, Tools and Guidelines : Nice article - I felt that the tool review could have been more complete but the guidelines are very good especially for rookies. How Are Enterprise 2.0 Vendors Pitching Web 2.0? Using Wordle to Find Out : I love the idea of Wordle as an analytical tool. E20 Portal: Everything Enterprise 2.0. ETech: Emerging Technology Conference : I keep looking for all the great learning presentations. Office 2.0

Making Business Sense of Social Media and Social Networking – Twitter For Business

Luis Suarez

Well, not really; education on how social software tools work has got very little to do with technology nor the tools themselves, since you can always go through extensive features reviews, or in-depth overviews of capabilities, online videos, Web sites, screencasts, webcasts, etc.

195 posts about MOOCs

Jay Cross

Acquiring new knowledge and skills – e.g. in webinars, online workshops, MOOCs , and through videos and screencasts, etc. “If Page 1 of 2. Previous | Next. GEORGE SIEMENS. JUNE 3, 2012. What is the theory that underpins our moocs?

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Nonprofit Social Media Mavens Are Curators of Metrics

Beth Kanter

I first encountered Eric after I created a screencast for NTEN called “ Web Analytics Demystified for Nonprofits ” and ( wiki ). I’ve been reading Social Media Metrics Secrets by John Lovett who is a senior partner at Web Analytics Demystified where Eric T.

Applying Avinash Kaushik’s Best Social Metrics Framework for the New Facebook Insights Data

Beth Kanter

John Haydon recently pointed to his new screencast about Insights and Ted Fickes offered a shoutout on Twitter to Avinash Kaushik most recent blog post. A few days ago, I moderated two panels at Grantmakers in the Arts pre-conference on arts and technology.

Hot List - April 1, 2009 to April 11, 2009

Tony Karrer

ScreenCastle , April 6, 2009 Here's another online screencasting tool, that caught my eye. The reason it headlines with "One click screencasting" To launch the screencast recorder and record a screencast directly from you browser, just click the button on the right of the screen here : ScreenCastle [67 other screen capture or screencasting tools on this page of the Directory of Learning Tools].Tags:

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@Janetter or How I Started to Enjoy Twitter Once Again

Luis Suarez

I can probably guarantee you won’t be back ever since… The Timeline: I guess at some point I should probably go ahead and put together a short screencast of how I use the Twitter Timeline to quickly scan through tweets and pause through those I would really want to digest and muse further about and when to speed up and move on. There used to be a time when I was very much in love with Twitter. It was my favourite social networking tool by far.

Howard Rheingold on the Social Media Classroom | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

The Classroom also includes curricular material: syllabi, lesson plans, resource repositories, screencasts and videos.

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What tools should we learn?

Harold Jarche

An excellent screencast to watch on this topic is Knowledge Sharing with Tags , which describes some of the benefits of social bookmarking and tagging.

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2009 Predictions How Did I Do?

Tony Karrer

Camtasia is good at screencasting. One of my most popular posts each year is my list of predictions. In fact, my 12 eLearning Predictions for 2009 , was most popular post for 2009 (see 2009 Top Posts and Topics ) and it came up pretty high in the recent Top 125 eLearning Posts of 2009.

2008 2009

Tony Karrer

I put up a couple of screencasts that show how to use LinkedIn for Finding Expertise and Searching for Expertise - LinkedIn Answers. And in the Rapid eLearning Tools space, I left out Camtasia which is great for screencasting.

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Forget Coffee Spoons: I Can Now Measure Out My Life With Facebook Status Updates

Beth Kanter

I was curious what nonprofit colleagues were thinking. Wendy Harman was curious about what the implications were for branded pages and John Haydon posted the above screencast. One of my favorite lines of poetry comes from TS Eliot’s The Love Song of J.