Best of eLearning Learning for March 17, 2022 by eLearning Learning Daily
Best of eLearning Learning March 17, 2022. ALLEN INTERACTIONS | THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 2022 Celebrating the Instructional Design Traditions of St. Patrick’s Day Today finds people all around the world celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. Like so many ancient customs, the precise history of St. Patrick and the significance of iconic bits of folklore have become muddled. What few people realize is that these legends were really much more about e-learning design than Ireland. Let me fill you in. […]
Best of eLearning Learning for March 24, 2022 by eLearning Learning Daily
Best of eLearning Learning March 24, 2022. WISETAIL | THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 2022 Encouraging Lifelong Learning: Continuous Learning in the Workplace Learning is the most important investment you can make in your employees and your business. Knowledge is valuable, especially given how quickly technology advances. And knowledge that drives innovation and agility is even more valuable. MORE >> LAMBDA SOLUTIONS | THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 2022 6 Easy Steps To Create A Customer Loyalty Program […]
Best of eLearning Learning for March 23, 2022 by eLearning Learning Daily
Best of eLearning Learning March 23, 2022. ALLEN INTERACTIONS | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 2022 Can We Avoid Hostile Instructional Design? I recently came across a provocative article, A Field Guide to the ‘Weapons’ of Hostile Architecture in NYC. I am an enthusiastic fan of New York City, so it is uncharacteristic for me to join in the frequent bashing it suffers from outsiders. Custom e-Learning Instructional Design MORE >> GYRUS | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 2022 How Do Public Sector Employees […]
Best of eLearning Learning for March 22, 2022 by eLearning Learning Daily
Best of eLearning Learning March 22, 2022. EXPERIENCING ELEARNING | TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2022 Upcoming Events in April-June 2022 I have several upcoming events scheduled for the next few months, both online and in person. Most of my speaking engagements are related to scenarios for learning, but I also have events on workflow learning and instructional design careers scheduled. Learning Solutions Conference April 19-22. MORE >> ONTUITIVE | TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2022 Knowledge Sharing […]
Best of eLearning Learning for March 21, 2022 by eLearning Learning Daily
Best of eLearning Learning March 21, 2022. NICK LEFFLER | MONDAY, MARCH 21, 2022 Less Is More What motto do you live by? Lately I’ve been focusing a great deal on the less is more way of living. I don’t mean saying it and then living by the more is more motto either. Saying one thing but doing another seems to be popular. MORE >> WEB TOOLS FOR LEARNERS | MONDAY, MARCH 21, 2022 Seeking Consciousness Trying to see what you lost in the park across the road years ago […]
Best of eLearning Learning for March 20, 2022 by eLearning Learning Daily
Best of eLearning Learning March 20, 2022. DAN KECKAN | SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 2022 Why Now Is The Time For More Organizations To Leverage Social Learning Social learning is an interactive experience with hands-on activities that increase learners’ interest and engagement. Such collaborative learning experiences can form a strong base for L&D programs. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Social Learning Continuous Learning Corporate Learning And Development […]
Best of eLearning Learning for March 19, 2022 by eLearning Learning Daily
Best of eLearning Learning March 19, 2022. DAN KECKAN | SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 2022 5 Ways Machine Learning Helps eLearning Machine learning helps teachers or instructors to have a thorough understanding of a student’s performance. In this article, we’ll look at the advantages of machine learning and how it can help with online learning. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. MORE >> SUPERB LEARNING | SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 2022 The benefits of creating a course from your […]
Best of eLearning Learning for March 18, 2022 by eLearning Learning Daily
Best of eLearning Learning March 18, 2022. LEARNING POOL | FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 2022 Learning lessons from lockdown: Retaining and retraining If you’re a manager or working in HR or L&D how do you ensure you have the right people and how can you make them stay ? A strategy of retaining and retraining provides some answers. Be flexible. One key benefit we’ve learned from lockdown is that remote working gives you flexibility. MORE >> DAN KECKAN | FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 2022 […]
Best of eLearning Learning for March 16, 2022 by eLearning Learning Daily
Best of eLearning Learning March 16, 2022. DASHE & THOMSON | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2022 Top Onboarding Practices for New Employees in 2022 The learning and development landscape has shifted dramatically in the last couple of years, and that includes employee onboarding. Many organizations are opting for fully virtual onboarding programs leading to new strategies, rollout methods, and employee experiences. MORE >> UPSIDE LEARNING | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2022 Desirable Difficulties: […]
Best of eLearning Learning for March 15, 2022 by eLearning Learning Daily
Best of eLearning Learning March 15, 2022. EXPERIENCING ELEARNING | TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 2022 Voice Over Script Review Checklist I’ve been updating all of my posts on how to write effective voice over scripts. This review checklist summarizes all of the tips from the previous posts into a single Word document you can download and use yourself. Download the Voice Over Script Review Checklist. What’s included. MORE >> CLARK QUINN | TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 2022 Working with […]
Returning to the office, with purpose: Let’s make life delicious by Elizabeth Loutfi (Chief Learning Officer – CLO Media)
The rhythms of work and life will shift as we familiarize ourselves with a world that has been transformed by our collective experience during one of the most challenging times in human history. The post Returning to the office, with purpose: Let’s make life delicious appeared first on Chief Learning Officer – CLO Media.
The virtual training producer by /u/Tough-Seesaw-7422 (elearning: courseware, platforms, tips, and discussion)
Hey Everyone! So I read this article and another new role that’s emerged from the pandemic… the Virtual Training Producer. This just highlights how different live training online is compared to in-person, with its own set of complexities. Is live, virtual training and important part of the new norm for you? Btw I’m not associated with the blog or anything but just curious about how the hybrid setup of the workforce does create a new responsibility for instructors or if you’ll hire a virtual training producer submitted by /u/Tough-Seesaw-7422 [link]
Getting it wrong – Weeknote #160 – 25th March 2022 by James Clay (eLearning Stuff)
I spent the week working from home, there was a combination of factors which influenced this decision, from home-schooling, builders, and plumbers. Next week I am in Manchester for the UCISA Leadership conference. I spent some of the week working on a new sector group that can provide feedback to Jisc. This group will advise … Continue reading Getting it wrong – Weeknote #160 – 25th March 2022 → The post Getting it wrong – Weeknote #160 – 25th March 2022 appeared first on eLearning Stuff.
hope springs eternal by Harold Jarche (Harold Jarche)
On the last Friday of each month I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. I call these Friday’s Finds. “A society which eulogizes the average citizen is one which breeds mediocrity. What the world should be seeking, and what in Canada we must continue to cherish, are not concepts… Read more »
[imoox] Neue Landinpage MCI | Die Unternehmerische Hochschule® #mci #imoox by Martin (e-Learning Blog)
Es freut uns sehr, dass auch das MCI | Die Unternehmerische Hochschule® Partner von iMooX.at ist und bereits 2 Kurse anbietet. Nun gibt es auch eine eigene Landingpage:
Authority Accelerator by Sunny Lenarduzzi by /u/Ok-Ad-9512 (elearning: courseware, platforms, tips, and discussion)
Has anyone here had a personal experience with Authority Accelerator course by Sunny Lenarduzzi? I’m certainly interested, but 6K seems like a bit too much. I wonder whether their prerecorded lectures are all I need. Or if the Facebook group and everything else that is included was worthwhile as well? I know a lot of people believe it’s a scam, but I’ve seen some people with results. However, if you know about some negative experiences as well, please share them here. I’m seriously considering investing into this program. I appreciate your help! Thank you! submitted […]
Expanding our understanding of personalisation by James Clay (eLearning Stuff)
In my role at Jisc I have been looking at how data and technology can deliver a personalised learning journey and we have in our HE strategy, Powering UK Higher Education, the following ambition statement. We will explore and develop solutions to help universities deliver personalised and adaptive learning using data, analytics, underpinning technologies and … Continue reading Expanding our understanding of personalisation → The post Expanding our understanding of personalisation appeared first on eLearning Stuff.
Keys to a Professional Learning Community: My Own List by Stephen Downes (Half an Hour)
I said on a recent post that “Alexandra Minhai says successful professional learning communities depend on four factors: being a safe space, validation by peers, crowdsourcing ideas, and accountability. If I had to create my own list it would be: tools that work, practical value, timely response, and whole-of-enterprise (and beyond!) scope.”In all fairness, I should probably expand on why I think these are necessary (and possibly even sufficient) for the fostering of a professional learning community.Technology that WorksNothing works without working technology. This do […]
Free Articulate Storyline 360 Reference Guide / Cheat Sheet by /u/SlowMtn (elearning: courseware, platforms, tips, and discussion)
Hello fellow ID/LXDers! Here is a free Articulate Storyline 360 reference guide/cheat sheet I’ve been working on. It’s new and in “beta”, but it’s helped me and hopefully it’ll help you. I’ll be adding to it over time, so bookmark it if you find it useful. Am I missing something you want to see, or do you have something to add? Comment in the document I’ll link to below. This guide is just the beginning – I’m working on many more, and when they are ready for sharing and feedback, you’ll know. — Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1\_fCxHIJqdZo7wblIhaxXBRJjNetkI9i5ov […]
Stellenausschreibungen im Bereich digitaler Hochschullehre by e-teaching.org-Blog
Diese Woche finden Sie hier folgende Stellenausschreibungen: Operative Leitung des Kompetenzzentrums Digitale Lehre an der OTH Amberg-Weiden gesucht +++ Stelle als Projektmitarbeiter/in an der Technischen Hochschule Mittelhessen (THM) zu vergeben
Universities interpret change as harm… but that’s probably ok by mweller (The Ed Techie)
We were discussing the new Open University strategy recently, one strand of which calls for innovation in teaching. This has been a constant thread in nearly all strategies that I can recall in my 27 odd years at the OU. And, to be fair, it is something the OU and colleagues have largely delivered on. …Continue reading
[essay] Open Education – why we need it #OER #OEAA #tugraz by Martin (e-Learning Blog)
I wrote a short essay about „Open Education why we need it“ and described our Open Education Austria Advanced project very briefly. [Link to the article @ Education Technology Insights magazine][Link to article @ ResearchGate]
Design for a better e-learning approach by /u/ignorantwanderer (elearning: courseware, platforms, tips, and discussion)
I used to be a high school teacher, but haven’t been in the classroom for about 10 years. My kids are now in high school. They have done some on-line school over the past two years (basically normal class on zoom). They also took an online math class. Their online math class basically looked like a webpage with imbedded videos and multiple choice questions to answer. It was fine, but I think online learning could be done so much better. Ever since I started teaching I’ve been imagining ways to do online learning. I imagine instead of looking like a webpage that you scrol […]
Questions about Feedback Smile sheets and LMS Data by /u/SlowMtn (elearning: courseware, platforms, tips, and discussion)
Hello ID hive mind. I have a couple of questions I could use help with. This is a long post, so I appreciate your time and attention. I’m new to ID and am doing most everything for the first time – want to do things right – hence questions below. PS. I know this is a big post – longer than most, I just wanted to consolidate everything in one place instead of 3 individual posts. Answer as much or little as you’d like. ————— ————— *1. POST-COURSE FEEDBACK DATA ANALYSIS – AVOID RISK* How do I know if the data produced by many years of smile sheets is valuable/helpful/useful […]
A way to share powerpoints without using a host? by /u/EDKit88 (elearning: courseware, platforms, tips, and discussion)
We have an on going issue with power points, our students are in a different org than us in one drive, and IT refuses to allow the “share all” option. I get it, I really do, but within our LMS the only other way to share our powerpoints are through PDF and it just looks bad, and we can’t even utilize all the tools ppt allows. I’m the curriculum manager at our college and I just would like some sort of solution to improve student experience. Any thoughts? Is there a way to share power points without them being a pdf. I also share them in Rise as lessons/prep that pushes a […]
Ausschreibung: Fellowships für Innovationen in der digitalen Hochschullehre by e-teaching.org-Blog
Das Thüringer Ministeriums für Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft und Digitale Gesellschaft und der Stifterverband vergeben erneut bis zu zehn Fellowships für Innovationen in der digitalen Hochschullehre. Ziel ist es eine dauerhafte fachbezogene und fächerübergreifende Diskussion über digitale Hochschullehre an der Hochschule anzuregen. Bewerben können sich Lehrende, die an Hochschulen in staatlicher Trägerschaft des Freistaats Thüringen tätig sind. Bewerbungsschluss ist der 27. Mai 2022.
Video: Setting skills-based learning in motion by Elizabeth Loutfi (Chief Learning Officer – CLO Media)
Chris Ernst, chief learning officer at Workday, shares some of their organization’s best practices of their skills-based learning and development strategy. The post Video: Setting skills-based learning in motion appeared first on Chief Learning Officer – CLO Media.
OfS launches new strategy targeting quality and standards by James Clay (eLearning Stuff)
The Office for Students (OfS) is today launching its strategy for 2022 to 2025. The strategy confirms two main areas of focus for the OfS’s work: quality and standards, and equality of opportunity. The OfS’s work on quality and standards aims to ensure that students receive a high quality academic experience which improves their knowledge … Continue reading OfS launches new strategy targeting quality and standards → The post OfS launches new strategy targeting quality and standards appeared first on eLearning Stuff.
[app] AddSubTrainer #tugraz #children #app by Martin (e-Learning Blog)
Für den Additions & Subtraktionstrainer gibt es nun eine neue Appversion für iOS: Die App beinhaltet ein webbasiertes Trainingssystem für das du ein Konto benötigst. Dein Lernfortschritt wird online gespeichert, und du bekommst immer auf dich zugeschnittene Rechenaufgaben.Weiters gibt es einen Übungsmodus der in unterschiedlichen Schwierigkeitsstufen anonym durchführbar ist, und dem Zwecke der Verbesserung der … „[app] AddSubTrainer #tugraz #children #app“ weiterlesen
ELC 072: The Wonderful World of No Code Tools by Connie Malamed (The eLearning Coach)
In this episode, we’re exploring the wonderful world of no code tools. These are powerful apps that you can use without programming skills.
Moving on up: Is vertical development missing from your L&D plan? by Ashley St. John (Chief Learning Officer – CLO Media)
As companies struggle to fill leadership roles, talent managers are shifting their focus from horizontal development, or acquiring skills, to vertical development. Here’s why you should — and how you can — incorporate vertical development into your L&D strategy. The post Moving on up: Is vertical development missing from your L&D plan? appeared first on Chief Learning Officer – CLO Media.
Fancy LMS Recs Please by /u/DataRikerGeordiTroi (elearning: courseware, platforms, tips, and discussion)
I hear about people’s underwhelming experiences with LMS style platforms. Are there any ones that are actually good, or fancy, or luxurious to use? Edit: To expand upon this, my question, to paraphrase myself as in the comments, is: Why elearning always gotta look and feel like an Angelfire site with a LiveJournal plugin circa 2001? Gimmee yr esoteric findings oh hivemind. submitted by /u/DataRikerGeordiTroi [link]
Gloat – Product Review by Craig Weiss (By Craig Weiss)
While Gloat is spun as a talent marketplace, what it really is a new way to identify opportunities, tapping into skills, mentoring and a tiny bit of learning. In other words, a recruiting solution empowering people – your people.
Upcoming Events in April-June 2022 by Christy Tucker (Experiencing eLearning)
I have several upcoming events scheduled for the next few months, both online and in person. I’ll be speaking and teaching about scenarios. The post Upcoming Events in April-June 2022 appeared first on Experiencing eLearning.
Veranstaltungsreihe „Infopoint Hochschullehre“ von HFD und StIL geht in die zweite Runde by e-teaching.org-Blog
Von April bis Juli 2022 geht die Veranstaltungsreihe „Infopoint Hochschullehre“ des Hochschulforums Digitalisierung (HFD) und der Stiftung Innovation in der Hochschullehre (StIL) in die zweite Runde. In diesem Jahr rücken Grundlagenveranstaltungen verschiedene Disziplinen in den Fokus. Der Kick-Off ist am 08. April 2022 und kann ohne Anmeldung besucht werden. Eine Anmeldung für die einzelnen Veranstaltungen ist bis zum 11. April 2022 möglich. Zielgruppe sind Lehrende bzw. Gestalter/innen von Hochschullehre.
[mint, mooc] Mathe-MOOC zu Funktionen Teil 2 #imoox #mathmooc by Martin (e-Learning Blog)
So der Brückenkurs zur Mathematik ist bereits in Woche 4 und es geht damit in die zweite Woche rund um das Thema Funktionen.Auch haben wir wieder interaktive MATLAB-Übungen hinterlegt, um das Gelernte gleich selbst zu Erproben. Und natürlich dreht sich auch in Woche 4 alles um die Pizza, diesmal kommen auch Ameisen dazu. Mehr dazu … „[mint, mooc] Mathe-MOOC zu Funktionen Teil 2 #imoox #mathmooc“ weiterlesen
knowledge flows at the speed of trust by Harold Jarche (Harold Jarche)
Transparency Businesses that are open, transparent, and cooperative are more resilient because they rely on people, not processes. In a transparent organization there is no way to game the system as an individual. A transparent business focuses on long-term value, not short-term profit. It can also foster innovation, as diverse ideas come to the fore… Read more »
3rd party learning plans loaded into LMS by /u/mynock1026 (elearning: courseware, platforms, tips, and discussion)
I am working on a project and I am wondering if anyone has ever run into this. I want to be able to take a third-party learning plan and load it into an LMS and have the courses automatically assigned. We have proprietary skills assessments that can create a learning plan based on the results. I want to take this information and automatically pass it back to the LMS so the personalized learning plan and courses are automatically assigned. Does anyone know what, if any, LMS support this with an API or another solution? submitted by /u/mynock1026 [link] [comments]
Female leadership development, COVID-19 and the glass cliff by Calvin Coffee (Chief Learning Officer – CLO Media)
Over the past two years, COVID-19 has upended businesses and caused great uncertainty for leaders across every industry. At the same time, people who have gotten the opportunity to become a leader in the midst of these unprecedented times face a unique challenge. While getting this role provides them an opportunity to prove themselves as […] The post Female leadership development, COVID-19 and the glass cliff appeared first on Chief Learning Officer – CLO Media.
[mooc, imoox] Woche 4: Medienrecht, Medienwirkung, Mediennutzung und OER #lul21 #tugraz #imoox by Martin (e-Learning Blog)
Und wir sind bereits in Woche 4 beim MOOC zu „Lehren und Lernen mit digitalen Medien I„. Diese Woche streifen wir die Themen Medienrecht (insbesondere Urheberrecht), Open Educational Resources und Medienwirkung bzw. -nutzung. Viel Spaß mit den Inhalten – hier z. B. das Video meines Kollegen Michael Lanzinger rund um das Urheberrecht: Mitmachen ist natürlich … „[mooc, imoox] Woche 4: Medienrecht, Medienwirkung, Mediennutzung und OER #lul21 #tugraz #imoox“ weiterlesen
Learn How to Prepare Your E-learning Materials for Translation by /u/gandhiN (elearning: courseware, platforms, tips, and discussion)
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Transforming – Weeknote #159 – 18th March 2022 by James Clay (eLearning Stuff)
According to a study museum visits do not improve GCSE results. A family trip to the theatre or an afternoon at a museum may be a fun day out, but new research suggests that such cultural outings will not actually help children secure higher grades. I love the implication that the only reason to do … Continue reading Transforming – Weeknote #159 – 18th March 2022 → The post Transforming – Weeknote #159 – 18th March 2022 appeared first on eLearning Stuff.
[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No. 5 #ijet #research by Martin (e-Learning Blog)
Issue 17(5) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-). Table of Contents: The Effects of Online Role-play Teaching Practice on Learners’ Availability for Resources Smart Model for Classification and Orientation of Learners in a MOOC Design of a Smart MOOC Trust Model: Towards a … „[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No. 5 #ijet #research“ weiterlesen
A new Moodle Developer Basics course is now available: Web Output Essentials by Moodle announcements
by Jessica Gramp. Moodle Academy has launched another course for developers.Web Output Essentials is the second course in the Moodle Developer Basics program. It builds on the knowledge gained in the Moodle Development Environment course. You will learn how to use Moodle’s Page and Output APIs to display content in a local plugin and also introduces localisation using language strings.Moodle Academy courses are free and can be completed at your own pace.Enrol on moodle.academy
Cornerstone Announces EdCast Acquisition by Ashley St. John (Chief Learning Officer – CLO Media)
Cornerstone OnDemand has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire LXP software provider EdCast. The transaction is expected to close in Q2 of this year. The post Cornerstone Announces EdCast Acquisition appeared first on Chief Learning Officer – CLO Media.
Getting the sage off the stage: How ubiquity will define the future of learning by Calvin Coffee (Chief Learning Officer – CLO Media)
The sudden switch to virtual learning in 2020 — at least, for those institutions who weren’t online already — is still sending aftershocks through the world of education and learning and development two years later. As with similar developments in fields from health care to white-collar work, the lines between in-person and remote experiences are […] The post Getting the sage off the stage: How ubiquity will define the future of learning appeared first on Chief Learning Officer – CLO Media.
The Butterfly Effect by James Clay (eLearning Stuff)
In the world around us the transformation of caterpillars into butterflies is a marvel of nature. Though technically referred to as metamorphosis rather than transformation, the process for butterflies (and all insects) involves a conspicuous and relatively abrupt change. This got me thinking about digital transformation in organisations, so I asked on the Twitter: Do … Continue reading The Butterfly Effect → The post The Butterfly Effect appeared first on eLearning Stuff.
Stellenausschreibungen im Bereich digitaler Hochschullehre by e-teaching.org-Blog
Diese Woche finden Sie hier folgende Stellenausschreibungen: Professur im Lehrgebiet „Bildungstechnologien in Unternehmen“ an der OTH Amberg-Weiden ausgeschrieben +++ Mitarbeiter/in für das digitale Studierendenmarketing an der Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf (HHU) gesucht +++ VDI/VDE Innovation und Technik GmbH sucht eine/n wissenschaftliche/n Mitarbeiter/in im Bereich Bildungstechnologie
A little in sharing but there’s a virtual conference for women in the L&D space today and tomorrow being run by TLDC by /u/jlibs001 (elearning: courseware, platforms, tips, and discussion)
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[publication] Distance Learning 2020 – Rahmenbedingungen, Risiken und Chancen #nationalerBildungsbericht #tugraz by Martin (e-Learning Blog)
Auch 2021 durfte ich an der Erstellung des nationalen Bildungsberichts mitwirken. Es war durchaus herausfordender als die letzten Jahre, aufgrund der Umstände. Nun ist aber der gesamte Nationale Bildungsbericht abrufbar und auch unser Kapitel zu „Distance Learning 2020 – Rahmenbedingungen, Risiken und Chancen„: Zusammenfassung:Im Kern steht der menschenzentrierte Blick auf die Frage: „Was braucht es … „[publication] Distance Learning 2020 – Rahmenbedingungen, Risiken und Chancen #nationalerBildungsbericht #tugraz“ weiterlesen