Standards are crucial for digital success…is L&D missing the point and focusing on systems?
What metrics do people use to analyse webinars? Here are some ideas that struck me after co-hosting one.
If we don’t say ‘course’ or ‘programme’ can we say anything at all?
I have been nursing this thought for some time now. I managed to spend a little time trying to add some structure to it and see if that helps me think it through more constructively. I belive it did. Now, in Web 2.0 style (yes I am a traditionalist), I thought I would share it… Continue reading Stakeholders beat out users in LMS implementation (of course they do)
Yes. This is another post about the LMS. A perennial feature of any learning commentators blog. I return to theme this week following a call with Don Taylor about leading a session at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum on designing good user experiences for digital learning. Something practical about good and bad practice is required.… Continue reading An LMS for the open web? Not for me, thanks
It is Sunday afternoon and I have just laid fragile claim to some masculine territory. It is a minor triumph by any standards and no triumph at all by many. However, as an office worker, who has been a keyboard warrior since work began, I will take my emotional sustenance as I can. My achievement… Continue reading This product must be installed by a competent person
A quick thought… A few weeks ago, I posted about the head office bubble. A place where central office functionaries talk to each other about people in their organisation without talking to them. Returning form holiday and catching up with a few folks, I think there is an L&D bubble. This is a place where L&D… Continue reading A learning bubble?
Some time ago, a friend and colleague suggested this topic. I agreed and then time overtook me and I missed the moment. A conversation yesterday jogged my memory and the theme rose again. So, thank you Karen Moran, if you still have the patience to stick with me, for what was a good idea. The… Continue reading Whose training record is it anyway?
In a bid to keep pace with developments, I have been reading a few research reports and papers on various themes of the eLearning industry. The visit to Learning Technologies is still running through my mind as I continue an attempt to complete my mental sketch of the status of the market. It is clear… Continue reading The LMS market – bigger and better or just bigger?
Here is a short story describing a learning journey I have just completed. (Qualifying statement: I am uncertain about the definition of a learning journey and the veracity of many claims made on the topic. This was a three web site exploration, from one to the next. If that is learning journey (perhaps a jaunt), then… Continue reading My little learning journey – or how to microlearn?