Posts Tagged "LSG11UK"

Getting Beyond Bullet Points – Tools and Resources

For those of you who have read this series of posts relating to my LSG11UK session you’ll know that I reference several tools, resources and pieces of research throughout. Rather than just sitting on these resources I thought I’d share them with you via this blog post. You can find the bookmarked resources in my Diigo account or alternatively if you fancy viewing them whilst you are out-and-about, here’s a QR code that will get you to the same location. If you find anything of interest/use it would great if you could let me know in the comments box below or indeed if you...

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Podcast #15: The Learner’s Voice

If you’ve not already read my previous blog posts ‘Getting Beyond Bullet Points (visuals only)’, ‘Getting Beyond Bullet Points (with audio) and Bringing in the BackChannel then I’d strongly suggest having a read of them before you read any more of this post. Why? Well for 2 reasons really: 1. The earlier posts will provide you with the context behind this post. 2. The purpose of this specific post is to provide a brief audio summary of the actions that the attendees committed to, on leaving my session. By viewing the earlier posts in this series there is more likelihood that the attendees...

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Getting Beyond Bullet Points with visual and audio.

If you’ve not already read my previous blog post ‘Getting Beyond Bullet Points (visuals only)’ then I’d strongly suggest having a read of it before you read any more of this post. Why? Well for 2 reasons really: 1. The earlier post will provide you with the context behind this post. 2. The purpose of this specific post is to act as a comparison to the first post in this series, hence the benefit of viewing the first one! As you will have seen in the previous post, using the approach of images and single words in a presentation is certainly visually engaging, however...

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Getting Beyond Bullet Points (visuals only)

Once again, I consider myself extremely lucky and privileged to have been asked to speak at the Learning and Skills Group Annual Conference earlier this month at London Olympia. I always try to facilitate a session that (I hope) has  immediate take-aways for anybody that has attended. I believe that there are enough people speaking at a strategic and theoretical level about L&D and it’s associated disciplines without me throwing my hand in too, so I always try to ensure that I do what I can to offer what I call a ‘Monday morning quick win‘ i.e. something that can be...

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It started with a Tweet…

… never thought it would come to this (if you’re not a Hot Chocolate fan then this blog title is wasted on you!) That’s how the structure came about for my recent session at the Learning and Skills Group 2011 conference. Having seen how Stephanie Dedhar used Twitter and Wordle to crowdsource and then visualise feedback, I decided to use Twitter to put out the following request What 3 words would you use to describe a presentation that is ineffective/boring/turn off? Research 4 #LSG11uk http://bit.ly/iSQuiE Pls RT04/06/2011 08:39 via...

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