Categories: Learning, Assessment, Connectivism, OCC2007, Designing Online Courses, Evaluation, FOE2007, Large scale programmes, Learning Ecosystem, Learning Objects, Learning to learn

Self-driven professional development

Learning, Schools Send feedback »  1785 views
I'm really pleased to see what's happening amongst the teaching community in the UK and around the world. Teachers are starting to take control of their own professional development. This is a great step forward for a profession that has been syst… more »

Starting out in online learning

Learning, Designing Online Courses Send feedback »  1394 views
  Beginner Experienced Online environment     Supporting learning     more »

The Mobile LMS

Learning, Mobile Send feedback »  1400 views
Looking around the LMS marketplace, there are lots of providers who will let you get to elearning content on your mobile device. But I'm looking for something more like the Amazon or Ebay apps, which let you interact with the application. For exam… more »

IT Toolkit for a Learning Organisation

Learning, Technology, Context, Management & Implementation, Presentations & Workshops Send feedback »  2564 views
At the recent Learning Live conference, organised by the Learning & Performance Institute, I ran a workshop entitled: "An IT Toolkit for a Learning Organisation". From my perspective, inside a large organisation that delivers a full range of lear… more »

Elearning learning

Learning, Social media Send feedback »  1312 views
You may have noticed the little badge on the right of this blog that says I'm one of elearninglearning.com's featured writers. Elearning Learning brings together content from leading experts and companies like the Adobe Captivate Blog, Clark Quinn, … more »

Twitter as your main learning tool? I still don't get it

Learning to learn, Social media 9 feedbacks »  3252 views
For two years now, Jane Hart's collation of the Top 100 Tools for Learning has had Twitter in the number 1 spot.  And any number of "learning technology" people will tell you it's their most important tool. Perhaps I'm missing something, but I just don… more »

Reflections on some deep questions about L&D

Learning Send feedback »  1451 views
I came out of learning technologies event today (at the extraordinary Kensington Roof Gardens - a wonderful venue!) with a lot of questions rattling around in my head. I hoping that some of the people that read this blog might be able to help me forw… more »

Learning made easy?

Learning Send feedback »  2584 views
A while back I received a T-shirt as part of a promotion for a new IT training service. It's not a bad T-shirt at all; quite comfortable and easy to wear. But wearing it in public makes me feel rather uneasy, as the words on it run counter to what I… more »

Technology in the training room - no thanks!

Learning, Technology 5 feedbacks »  2060 views
There's a lot of talk in L&D teams these days about using mobile technology (usually tablets) in the training room. It's similar to the discussions schools had (or in most cases didn't have!) when the last government's Interactive WhiteBoard funding… more »

Flipping the classroom

Learning, Context, Management & Implementation, Change Management 3 feedbacks »  12651 views
There's a lot of thought flying around the web at the moment about the concept of "flipping the classroom" - using the internet to provide pre-classroom lectures and the classroom to embed that knowledge through exercises, coaching and discussion. Key… more »
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