Yesterday I became involved in a Twitter conversation around the ‘rethinking/redesigning’ of the conference experience.
Here are my thoughts on the subject…Read More
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...Read More
Since I started work in my new Organisation, I’ve facilitated a few Lunch & Learn sessions on the subject (unsurprisingly) of using technology to enhance and enrich what the HR team offer and how they offer it. One of my sessions included this much publicised infographic which generated a great deal of surprise and in turn, discussion – Great! Prior to facilitating the session for the second time (I facilitate each session twice to hopefully attract as many attendees as possible) I reflected on the fact that the infographic references a ‘minute’; a period of time...Read More
I’ve spent the best part of last week in Las Vegas attending DevLearn 2012, so as is customary, I thought I’d provide you with a run-down of the sessions I attended…Read More
Weeeeeell not exactly come *with* me, more of a ‘would you like me to ask any questions on your behalf whilst I’m there‘ (let’s be honest, you probably wouldn’t enjoy it and I’m sure you’ve got better things to be doing next week) Why not take a look at the sessions I’m attending and let know via the comments section below (please include the hashtag #DevLearn) if there’s anything you’d like me to enquire about on your behalf. Of course I can’t promise to ask every question or indeed guarantee a reply, but I’ll do what...Read More
Regular readers of my blog and social media followers will know that I’m not a huge fan of click-next, self-paced eLearning. Sure, there’s a time to wrap the whole learning experience up in a SCORM object, bury it deep within a Learning Management System and track the bejesus out of everything. (When I say everything, of course I’m not actually referring to whether the learner has been able to synthesise the content and has an ability to recreate it in the real world and the subsequent business impact, I’m actualy talking out who did it, when they did it, what score...Read More