This week, with much thanks to Tony Karrer (@tonykarrer), this blog began being featured in eLearningLearning, which is pretty much the biggest aggregator of eLearning-related blogs (and wow, there are a lot of them now). Of course, eLL focuses on more than straight-up eLearning, which is good because as casual readers would guess I’m blogging […]
This question asked on Quora was expanded here… “While some trainers and educators have embraced the digital age and moved a great deal of their content and teaching material to web based an e-learning solutions some are reluctant to make the leap and leave the paper behind. Some entire schools, learning organizations and even corporate […]
My presentation and slides originally planned for the DevLearn 2010 General Session. I connect the use and the history of the hash-tag on Twitter to Design Thinking principles as expressions of liberty, freedom and joy (Democracy) that are paramount to successful “social learning.”
A question asked on the survey in the ADL User Community Survey from this summer was this: The ADL Learning Technology Lab at the ADL Co-Lab Hub in Alexandria, Virginia maintains installations of SCORM 2004-certified content authoring, management, and delivery systems, including learning management systems (LMSs). ADL makes these systems available to the public for […]
Currently ADL is in the process of improving its support of SCORM 1.2 and 2004. If you have five minutes, would you please help guide us in supporting you by filling out this survey?