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Because You Can’t Learn to Ride a Bicycle From a Book

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Educational simulations are a broad genre of immersive learning simulations focused on increasing participants' mastery level in the real world. They differ from computer games in that their goal is not to be fun for participants (although they do engender a level of en... More »

Twitter: Inside the Enterprise, Up the Next Hill

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Marcia Conner

Forming a committee to develop a social media strategy didn't seem right to Greg Matthews, director of consumer innovation at Humana. He saw advantages in encouraging the company's 28,500 employees to begin to incorporate new practices, and wanted to demonstrate an alte... More »

Twitter 101: Are You Tweeting

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Marcia Conner

Stephen Hart, a corporate trainer specializing in recruitment and management training, read about Twitter in a computer magazine. He questioned the value of the "microblogging" tool and its 140-character messages. Yet he was curious and signed on. After a month of dippi... More »

Learning 2.0 and Workplace Communities

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To one expert, the future of learning is a kind of workplace community. For another, it's a new application of social media to an existing business process. Others call it simply "learning 2.0" or "social learning." Despite this apparent name game, nearly every learning... More »

Live and Direct

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Have you ever taken a different route than planned, only to discover the drive was far more rewarding? On a trip halfway across America, we took one route to reach the West Coast and found it boring and tedious. On the way back, we took a different route that surprising... More »