December 30, 2006
There is only one training metric that matters: the person
responsible for the training program gets promoted.
Any other metric, be it smilesheets or increased organizational
productivity, or stock price, is only ammunition.
Now, clearly we need to tap into pure res...
December 29, 2006
(MMORPG = Massively multi-player online role-playing game)
Clark Aldrich got quite a reaction a while back when he posted
Second Life is not a Teaching Tool to LCB. While I generally
agreed with those who rose in opposition to his declaration,
something still just ...
December 19, 2006
Relax, relax. It's definitely open blog and you can look onto your
neighbor's screen anytime you want. This month you get two chances
to voice your opinion. What I've done is summarized all the answers
provided to date by our participating bloggers to the "challenge...
December 14, 2006
You may have noticed some changes here at Learning Circuits Blog. I
just wanted to take few moments to point out the enhancements, in
case you missed one or two.
Wider is Better
Based on the fact that 96% of our readership is using screen
resolutions of 1000 pixels ...
December 11, 2006
I came upon an interesting term -- Convergence Journalism: from the convergence
of technologies that has taken place with digitization, to
economic convergence in media ownership, through to the
journalistic convergence that is seeing both a combination of
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