Posts Tagged "eLN"

Designing interactions? Perhaps you shouldn’t bother…

The speakers at a recent eLearning Network event spoke in great detail about what interactions was, wasn’t and how to ensure that we used ‘science’ to craft our interactions.

I facilitated a session that essentially said “don’t bother” – well at least for some things….

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I got it wrong….. Or did I?

I recent attended the eLearning Network event ’10 things every learning designer should know’ and whilst the event gave me a few ideas to mull over, what really had an impact on me was a chance conversation that I had during the mid-morning break, which if I’m being honest, shocked me a little and distracted me for the rest of the day. Allow me to explain… During the first session of the day Bryan Hopkins from UNHCR made a general reference to the fact that “people can’t possibly be learning effectively if they are tapping away on mobile...

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A word of warning, be careful…

… as to what media you use if you are ever asked to produce a festive tip for the eLearning networks 24 tips advent calendar Why a warning? Well, because you might just be asked to facilitate a session on it at a future eLN event!! Joking aside, I was privileged to be asked by Rob Hubbbard to co-facilitate the recent eLN event How to produce rich media learning materials. This was something of a departure for an eLN event as it was planned to be very ‘hands on’, so it was great to be asked to be a part of it. Each of the speakers had been asked to promote their individual...

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Have you ever struggled…

…… with a function in an IT application? Have you ever struggled to provide assistance to somebody else who was struggling with an IT application? If the answer to either is “Yes”, then could I be cheeky enough to ask you to take part in this survey? http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/eLNscreencastsession There are only 2 questions and I’m not looking for any lengthy responses, a couple or words or a sentence will be sufficient. The results will be used as part of a workshop I am facilitating for the eLearning Network on the 08th April 2011 on the subject of...

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My first taste of Pecha Kucha..

…was provided to me by Clive Shepherd at the 2010 eLN showcase. Clive’s effort when combined with fantastic Pecha Kuchas (PKs) from Barry Sampson and Phil Green was enough to inspire me that PK was something I needed to have an attempt at….. now it was just a case of waiting for the right opportunity… That opportunity arose at a recent eLearning Network event, where myself, @KimSGeorge and @fionaleteney each delivered a Pecha Kucha session. I chose to talk about how my organisation had utilised technology to enhance it’s assessment processes. Did I enjoy it?...

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