Posts made in December, 2012

Jumping on the bandwagon. My predictions for 2013…

  As the end of a year approaches it’s time for the blogging fraternity to turn to the tried and tested ‘Top ‘this that and the other’ of 2012″ and ‘My predictions for 2013″ blog posts. Far from me to turn down the opportunity to poke a little fun, here are my 2013 predictions / absolute cast iron guarantees…       My Twitter stream will continue to be bombarded with Instagrammed photos of hot beverages and food. Fortunately I use Tweetbot which allows me to permanently block hashtags. Unfortunately hardly anybody tags their...

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A ‘storified’ insight into my recent Lunch & Learn session

Since I started in my new role back in September, I’ve facilitated four Lunch and Learn sessions on the following subjects: “what is elearning” Mobile Learning The use of technology in the onboarding/induction process My most recent session on onboarding / inductions attracted some conversations on Twitter Here’s a ‘Storify’ to allow you to take a nosey at that backchannel… [View the story "Lunch & Learn - \"Welcome Aboard...\"" on...

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Podcast #26: One month on…

Craig chats with Bianca Woods about what they took away from Devlearn 12, but more importantly what they’ve been able to implement back in their organisations in the 6 weeks since Devlearn concluded.

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My day out to My Learningworx

Today saw me attend the official launch of Learningworx which also doubled as a workshop centering on how to design online learning content. Here’s a bit of the official blurb Take a course. Make a course. Change the world. As the UK’s first ‘crowd-sourced content’ learning centre, we want to help you join in and start creating your own learning content to share your knowledge and skills. But when it actually comes to making a course we understand you might not know where to start. You probably haven’t created any kind of online content before. You might even not be...

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Virtual Learning Show Day 2

I recently attended Day 1 of a 2-day Virtual Learning Show. I thought I’d take the opportunity to post some reflections on Day 2 and in particular each session, with a particular focus on: A key ‘take-away’ from the sessions content itself The way in which it was facilitated (in part or in whole) with a view to what can I re-use/build upon for myself. Overall view on undertaking essentially a day’s worth of webinar/virtual classrooms. Welcome & Recap on Day 1  Presented by Colin Steed 10.45 – 11.00 GMT (UK time) Conference organiser Colin Steed will recap on the...

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