January 26, 2010
Christee Gabour Atwood
Knowledge management systems that consistently yield the most effective results for their organizations typically have a few factors in common.
October 30, 2009
When adding gaming elements to e-learning, there's this odd notion
that after you include a wacky 'dinging' sound and a few zany
graphics, suddenly you'll have Sexual Harassment Jeopardy:
instructional, hilarious, and meaningful. It's just not that
simple. (And really, ...
August 31, 2009
When discussing the future of learning, there are many advocates
and descriptors, but far too few concrete definitions. To one
expert, the future of learning is a kind of workplace community;
for another, its a new application of social media to an
existing business pro...
January 15, 2009
We're in a new age. Organizations can no longer be dependent on
training to meet their learning needs. When things changed slowly,
we could train people and trust that they could perform or be
coached to do their jobs. That day has passed. The steady
acceleration of inf...
April 13, 2007
Among the many features that an LMS contains, chats and forums
are perhaps the most underused and under appreciated. Yet, academia
has long used discussion as the best way to build community and
promote learning. So can you, by leveraging the power of chat in
your LMS. ...
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