Posts Tagged "Jane Hart"

My top 10 Learning Tools for 2011

It’s that time of the year again folks when Jane Hart is reminding us all to submit our ‘Top 10 Learning Tools 2011/of the year’. This is something that I contributed to for the first time last year and it was interesting to see where my preferred tools came in the ‘Top 100′ ranking structure that Jane works out from all of our submissions, it is also a great place to catch wind of any new tools that are out there. I am once again contributing to this years list, however I have decided to take a different tack. Whereas my list last year probably (I say probably...

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Learning Beyond the Course (eLN event)

Once again I have been lucky enough to attend a fantastic CPD event in the shape of todays eLN event – Learning Beyond the Course. @RobHubbard was our compère for the day, decked out as usual in a gloriously flowery shirt (where do you get them from Rob?) In line with my previous Blog post ‘Small Chunks‘ I was committed to taking away 1 Action Planning point per session that I could actually do something with back in my organisation. Here we go… Ben Betts – And Now For Something Completely Different… If you’ve ever wondered what you can do with a...

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From Anti-Social to Social, all in a day!

I was fortunate today to participate in one of Jane Harts Masterclasses entitled ‘The use of social media in Learning’, but before I get on to that I desperately need to ask the following question “What part of ‘Quiet Coach’ don’t people understand on Virgin Trains”? I spent the best part of 2 1/2 hours this morning sharing a train carriage with Wayne and Waynetta Slob and their kids from hell!!! Alarm Bells started to sound in my head when Waynetta went to the buffet car at 0817hrs and returned with 2 x cans of lager for Wayne (are Virgin even...

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