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Want to be counted in the top league – Hire mobile learning

On-the-Job training is an integral part of every organisation. They are focused to augment the skills and knowledge of the employees, so that they can contribute better to the productivity of the organisation. Training programs work in a holistic way to enhance the growth and learning curve of an organisation. If these training programs are camouflaged with learning management system…

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Added by Akanksha Garg on April 30, 2013 at 8:13 — No Comments

E-learning solutions – The new age tutorials for firms

Functions in organisations are becoming increasingly complex owing to the urges of entrepreneurs to extend their grasp on the market share. Tough work requires tough training since employees need to be equipped to become adept to tackle organisational pressures. Although the human resource department is responsible for all kinds of training programs, but on today's date almost every organisation lacks concrete training procedures and less potent study materials. These…

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Added by Akanksha Garg on April 25, 2013 at 13:46 — No Comments

Need for E-learning Outsourcing

With recession hitting the markets every now and then, companies today have made “penny saved is penny earned” as their motto for recouping. Having said that, the cost effectiveness of outsourcing and proper designing and development of the e-learning programs are the major reasons why companies opt for e-learning outsourcing. E-learning companies demands for skillful and knowledgeable workforce and…

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Added by Akanksha Garg on April 17, 2013 at 10:15 — No Comments

Learn the smart way with E-Learning

The demand for skilful workforce is on the rise and this has led various organisations to lay more focus on, on-the-job training. E-learning, an emerging tool to learn the smart way, has therefore become one-stop solution for the companies worldwide. What adds value to e-Learning India…

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Added by Akanksha Garg on April 16, 2013 at 12:51 — No Comments

Mobile learning, a new way to reach out to the employees

In the current scenario mobiles are not just there for calling, one can do a lot more than just talking. Smartphones have revolutionised the way people use to look at mobiles. Nowadays, it's like you are carrying a mini computer which can connect you to the world. Training sessions can hamper the productivity of the employees, mobile learning ensures that one can attend the these session without losing out…

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Added by Akanksha Garg on April 12, 2013 at 14:06 — No Comments

Exactly what is a 'Professional'?

I recently agreed to give a talk to a group of IT Professionals entitled "Professionalism in IT, does it matter?". During the talk there was much consternation when, after posing a series of questions to the audience, I told them that 'none of you are IT professionals' - and this to a seasoned audience of senior practitioners in the industry.

My justification for making that bold statement was not that this audience was made up of incompetent, untrustworthy…

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Added by Paul David Jagger on April 11, 2013 at 21:07 — No Comments

This house believes that Academic Education will never meet the skills needs of the IT Profession

An Oxford Union style Debate

"This house believes that Academic Education will never meet the skills needs of the IT Profession"

BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT and the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists are jointly hosting an Oxford Union style debate on Wednesday 12 June 2013, 6.30pm - 9.00pm at Armourers' Hall in the City of London.

Guests of honour…

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Added by Paul David Jagger on April 2, 2013 at 16:26 — 2 Comments

After Learning Technologies 2013

So after two of the busiest days in my calendar year at the annual Learning Technologies conference and event, I wanted to just do an initial round-up of what I saw and heard. I'll try and delve a little deeper in subsequent posts but need time to digest it a bit more first. It was fantastic to catch up with so many people at the event - and sorry to everyone I missed, it all went so quickly!…

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Added by Kate Graham on January 31, 2013 at 10:48 — No Comments

Learning Technologies: Tune into the back channel (part three)

This is the final part of the pre-Learning Technologies 2013 build up, which if I’m honest I’m writing as much for myself as for everyone else! I want to check I’ve got everything covered and all the relevant information out there that will help people get the most from the event, both for those attending in person and those following the back channel. I’m a big lover of check lists, so here goes:

  • Links to the conference programme – …
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Added by Kate Graham on January 27, 2013 at 23:08 — No Comments

Learning Technologies 2013: Tune into the back channel (Part two)

Following on from my blog post earlier this week, here’s some more information on how to get the most out of the Learning Technologies 2013 back channel.

Session hashtags

As there’s soooo much going on at the event, this year the conference sessions will have individual hashtags. So if you’re following using TweetChat or something similar, you can search on the specific sessions to keep your focus on a particular topic. Below is a list of these hashtags and…

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Added by Kate Graham on January 24, 2013 at 23:31 — No Comments

Learning Technologies 2013: Tune into the back channel

It’s that time of year again. No sooner have the Christmas festivities finished then it’s the end of January and time for Europe’s (if not the world’s) largest event focused on organisational learning and development. Learning Technologies and Learning and Skills 2013 kicks off next week and I am privileged to be working with Don Taylor and the organisers to bring you a back channel  that is worthy of such a great conference and exhibition.

In the first of several blog posts that will…

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Added by Kate Graham on January 22, 2013 at 22:00 — No Comments

That Learning Dude and Lego

What happened to creation? 

 

Chistmas brings joy and usually Lego to my house, but what has happened to Creation?

Added by Learning Dude on January 9, 2013 at 11:11 — No Comments

Introducing That Learning Dude

Hello there, just a short note to introduce myself, I am (he says in alter ego fashion) That Learning Dude, just the one that people ask all about this and that and a little bit more. I am by day a learning consultant with Tesco Academy (Tesco Bank) with and by night and day spending far too much time online according to my dear wife, but that is me, thinking learning around 18 hours a day and loving it.

I have just started down the blog route and taking things a little more…

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Added by Learning Dude on June 26, 2012 at 22:57 — No Comments

How do subject matter experts create high-quality eLearning resources?

It has become increasingly easy to create eLearning resources. Software tools such as authorware, learning management systems and social web applications allow those without programming or design skills to produce their own eLearning courseware. More and more organisations are making use of this potential, in particular because it can support the spread of knowledge and best practice internally from subject matter experts to colleagues.

However, though this…

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Added by Rolf Reinhardt on June 25, 2012 at 17:37 — No Comments

Is that really me?

I've started doing my first voiceovers for software demonstrations using Adobe Captivate, and there's another huge wave still to come.  I class myself as a veteran of these kinds of software demonstrations, in fact in a 6 month period this year I recorded over 100 of these! …

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Added by James Hobson on November 16, 2011 at 23:48 — No Comments

Live video on webinar

I'm looking for some ideas on streaming video live during a webinar. Does anyone have any experience of this?

Added by Martin Fettes-Neame on October 20, 2011 at 13:20 — No Comments

How social media has changed the way I think & learn (part 3)

Copied over from my personal blog

Forums

 

Last October I started my Masters degree (MEd) with the University of Hull, done entirely online. Seems fitting, especially as the subject was in…

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Added by James Hobson on September 28, 2011 at 15:46 — No Comments

How social media has changed the way I think & learn (part 2)

Copied over from my personal blog

 

Blogging

 

Keeping a public blog has been a very positive move for building my self-awareness, and overcoming some of my own limitations in communicating.  As an…

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Added by James Hobson on September 28, 2011 at 15:30 — No Comments

How Social Media has changed the way I think & learn

[Copied over from my personal blog]

So, some time ago I had an idea about getting social media used more at my workplace. It's been on the back-burner for a while to avoid clashing with our busiest period, but that will be drawing to an end soon, and I now have a whole lot more tricks at my disposal thanks to…

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Added by James Hobson on July 22, 2011 at 11:11 — No Comments

Architects for learning

Architects as we usually know them

An architect is someone who creates the plans from which others build.

An architect of buildings designs environments for living. Only rarely will they be designing an environment in which they themselves will be living. More typically they will be responding to a very specific brief that reflects very particular requirements. Before they put pen to paper, the architect simply has to know the following:

  • What type of building is…
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Added by Clive Shepherd on June 13, 2011 at 9:32 — No Comments

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