Think back to a job you couldn’t wait to leave. When was the first moment you realized that it wasn’t going to work out? For many of us, even if we enjoyed a “honeymoon” period where we were willing to forgive any number of sins, we looked back later on our very first week in an unhappy position and realized we “should have known …”
Many (if not most) of today’s corporate learners are suffering from too much of a good thing – an excess of available learning opportunities. Few corporations provide dedicated time for team members to complete learning related activities.
Ms. Chris F. Willis, Media 1 CEO, recently returned from presenting a session on designing and delivering cohort learning at the eLearning Guild Learning Solutions 2010 conference. We asked Chris to share a few highlights from her session for those who could not attend.
I’ve been doing some writing lately on social media and learning and this passage seems relevant. I would love to hear your thoughts!
I never thought I’d take on a role as defender of smile sheets, but in reading the previous comments I think it’s important to remember that developing and delivering training/performance interventions should never be a one-way street.
For our new Media 1 team blog, I thought it appropriate to post a truly novel use of online media. Developed by the University of Nottingham, 60 Symbols is a visual exploratory interface of a number of symbolic icons that relate to subjects in physics and astronomy. Rolling over the symbol reveals the main subject it respresents. Clicking opens a video interface with an expanded title and a related thought provoking statement or question.
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