Presentation: trends in collaboration

Here is the presentation that kicked off the Collaborative Learning 04 conference. It's 25 minutes but you can pick and choose what you want to see. This is recorded in Macromedia Breeze; the live recording didn't turn out that well.

After listening, please leave a comment below. Thanks.

Posted by Jay Cross at January 14, 2004 07:14 PM | TrackBack


hats for this out standing presentation.

What I liked the most:

a) Your friendly, uncontrived voice, telling me a story. A true set of personal stories that come from your heart and which I can indetify it as when I listen to a good friend recounting me some great discovery or equally silly adventure she went through.

b) Your key points. They are all on target. As simple as they appear to be, they are so effectively critical in making some top corporate management start to understand that the way in to effective learning does not take off from the ROI airport.

c) Your presentation design. Out of the boring boundaries of Microsoft bulleted-slide straightjacket, you do show hindisght and good feel for complementing your talk with visuals that extend and reinforce the simple ideas you present.

Jay, let me invite you to take such topics to those who may have a lot to do with the way tools and technologies will be designed in the near future.

At Kolabora (, I have setup a forum where I would like to see those of us who actually use such tools and have a vision for it, to share and pollinate the industry leaders and developers into better looking and questioning the models and solutions that they are bringing out.

You are very welcome to step in and make some of your ideas heard.

Thanks Jay for this wonderful piece.
I do look forward to more.

Robin Good

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