I don’t know how my friend and colleague Jane Hart does it. In addition to implementing social learning systems for universities and corporations, she leads workshops on social learning and somehow finds time to maintain the most useful learning site on the net, the Centre for Learning & Performance Continue reading Top Ten Tools
Three out of four chief learning officers say their people are not growing fast enough to keep up with the needs of their business. Another way to state this would be “Our people are falling behind.” That’s but one of the findings of the togetherLearn/CLO Survey on Meta-Learning.
The awards will recognize products, projects, and companies that represent significant innovation in Corporate/Workplace Learning and Performance.
Winners will be announced and will Continue reading LearnTrends Innovation Awards
Jay, Lenora, and Jai Cross in Virginia, early 1950s
November 17-19, 2009 | Online | Free
George Siemens, Tony Karrer, and Jay Cross today announced that the third annual conference on Corporate Learning Trends & Innovation will take place online November 17, 18, and 19, 2009. This year’s topic is Convergence in Corporate Continue reading Announcing Corporate Learning Trends and Innovation
Today, Ning made a bunch of free apps available for download. I have added five of them (Ning’s limit) to the Internet Time Community to assess how they work.
Since the top menu of a Ning community is limited to 14 items, I collapsed some links into sub-categories. Mouse over Add-ons to see the Continue reading Free Ning Applications
McKinsey has an insightful new study on business and web 2.0 that’s well worth a read. [Free, but registration required.]
For the past three years, roughly 1,700 executives from around the world—across a range of industries and functional areas—have responded to a McKinsey survey on how organizations Continue reading Business+Web 2.0 from McKinsey
Ten years ago Elliott Masie led a workshop for eLearning vendors at the Bell Harbor Conference Center in Seattle. Honchos from dozens of top-tier eLearning companies filled the lecture theater. Everybody was new at this, so we spent a lot of time on nuts and bolts.
Elliott asked for a show of hands: Continue reading Jay the Novice