The Learning Sparks – Adding Reflections To Your Learning Programs – Workshop Tip #254

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Whenever I design and deliver learning programs for webinars, eLearning, or workflow learning, I always get curious and excited to witness the sparks of learning. I eagerly anticipate the moment when learners can finally connect the dots and leap up…

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“Brain Freeze: Does your eLearning System Cause Learning Paralysis?”

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Synthesis: The advent of technology options can be exciting.  However, the influx of information to an individual’s brain may prove to be debilitating to one’s decision making process or may result to learning paralysis for learners. Considering the limitations of…

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Quiz Maker in a Wiki? “Wow, what a paradox – sleepless night!”

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Adding a Quiz Maker in a Wiki really causes me anguish. It brings me back to what I call the diseases of trainers, instructional designers, even parents, or anyone for that matter. CONTROL-ITIS – controlling what learners should learnCONTENT-ITIS –…

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Wired article – “Doing everything right by doing everything wrong”

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This is an interesting article from Wired Magazine on “How Apple Got Everything Right By Doing Everything Wrong” – how Steve Jobs’ leadership style is often in contrast to traditionally accepted norms. The part that interests me the most is…

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Enews Reader Responses: Politics of LMS Implementation and The Basics of Games

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Thanks to Terry, Al and Jeff for sharing their comments and observations._____________________________________________Enews, November 26, 2007 What is the politics of e-Learning? Sadly, we all have to navigate the turfs, silos, and territorial waters. Story: A senior executive in-charge of e-Learning…

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