by Jane Bozarth
Trainers and instructional designers have professional development needs too! Social media tools can be as powerful for solving your information and skill needs as they are for your learners’ needs. Here is the way to develop your own Personal Learning Network. It’s simple, and it’s free!
Badges, those little icons so loved by gamers, have some surprising uses in e-Learning. These uses go beyond providing superficial rewards, including improving recall, increasing motivation, and supporting social interaction. Here’s what we’re learning about this element of gamification.
Many instructional designers and training managers believe that Twitter is not a useful channel for learning. However, it is where many of your learners spend a lot of time, and it offers some often-overlooked features that can serve as effective delivery vehicles. Terrence shows you how, and offers a demonstration.
The enormous and growing numbers of Facebook users create an opportunity for e-Learning. The Facebook Developer API allows you to change Facebook's functionality from a Content Management System (CMS) to a Learning Management System (LMS). Here's how to bend Facebook to your will!
by Nemo Chu
Strategy is the key to successful implementation of social learning, but not all strategies are created equal. This one-item checklist offers a simple test that will help you identify the best place to roll out social learning in your organization, and the places not to launch it.