Family council meeting was conducted at the Southwest Arkansas Regional Archives. This medical apparatus is from the estate of our cousin Dr. Pink Carrigan.
Alfred Carrigan kept a watchful eye on our proceedings.
Old Washington, Arkansas, at one time Arkansas’s Continue reading
It’s 9:35 am. We were scheduled to kick off at 9:00 am. The locals explain we’re not behind schedule. Rather, we’re on Brazilian time. The expectation here is that nothing happens on schedule.
Private homes here are guarded by security forces. Everywhere one Continue reading
It’s 9:35 am. We are kicking off the 9:00 am session. The locals explain we’re not behind schedule. Rather, we’re on Brazilian time. The expectation here is that nothing happens on schedule.
Private homes are guarded by security forces. For that matter, everything Continue reading
REDE DE CONVERSAÇÕES INFORMAIS
“How are informal conversations transforming our understanding and learning practices in businesses and communities?”
This is the theme to be explored by Jay Cross (USA), Paul Pangaro (USA) and Ignacio Muñoz (Chile), with mediation by Luiz Algarra Continue reading
I’m going to be debating the merits of informal learning with some downright scary competition: Nancy Lewis, who’s probably best known as the champion of IBM’s formidable sales training, and Allison Rossett, who has developed more can-do instructional designers than anyone else on the planet. We’ll Continue reading
Yesterday I gave a presentation to a couple of dozen people using Adobe Connect Pro. I couldn’t see them. I might as well have been blindfolded.
Most web conferencing software is set up for one-way lectures. I’m more into conversations. The assumption is that the speaker will lead the audience through Continue reading
When a company sends me an invoice with no return address or way to reply, I consider it invalid. And unprofessional.
For example, I just received an invoice from [email protected] for $24.95. That’s the fee for withholding advertising on the group lukeshosp.ning.com.
I’ve tried to close Continue reading
Informal Learning begins with these words:
“THIS IS A BOOK about knowledge workers, twenty-first-century business, and informal learning. I first heard the term informal Learning from the late Peter Henschel, then director of the Institute for Research on Learning (IRL), who told me:
Video is to photographs as photographs are to text. Cheap pocket videocams will change the way we look at the world.
If you’re introducing a new product at British Telecom, instead of developing and distributing an introductory course, you take a brief video of someone explaining it with your Continue reading