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"Tell the chef, the beer is on me."
Jane Hart’s recent post on changing the role of L&D (learning & development) explains how training departments need to move beyond packaging content and toward scaffolding and capability building.
What I like about this matrix is that it makes it easier to describe my professional services in the organizational learning area. I have highlighted my areas of focus in red. The rest is not really...
We get lots of questions about our opinion on the major e-learning authoring tools. A while back, I did a comparison grid to help outline the key differences. There have been a lot of changes to the authoring tool landscape in the last 12 months, so I thought I’d update it.
The following table summarizes my personal opinion on the matter. I’m sure many (perhaps even some on my own team...
Skills matter a great deal more at work than knowledge. Skills are the abilities to do things, to put knowledge into practice. As such, they directly impact on performance. There is really only one way to acquire skills and that is through practice, ideally with the aid of specific, timely and relevant feedback. If there is one consistent fault with the training programmes that most...
Obywatelstwo jako przynależność do wspólnoty danego państwa deprecjonuje się, tak samo jak deprecjonuje się celebrytyzm. I nie jest to wcale złą rzeczą. Powiem więcej, może to mieć rewelacyjny wpływ na marketing miast i gmin. Chcesz posłuchać?
Pod koniec 2012 roku Francja straszyła widmem wprowadzenia horrendalnie wysokiego podatku dochodowego dla swoich najbogatszych obywateli. Ci, którzy...
You messed up. SCIENCE RULES!
A Russian company called Displair is pitching a 3D display that's made up of air. No glass, no screen, no keyboard. They claim it is coming to the United States later this year, initially in some kind of business-to-business application. Is this another step toward the world of Minority Report? Or just a cool idea that will come to nothing?
Check out the video below, plus a bunch of others in...
Whether or not you prescribe to the idea that there are different types of learners there are some scenarios in which a visual explanation is extremely helpful in understanding the subject matter at hand.
The post Explania: A Useful Source For Free Educational Videos appeared first on Edudemic.
Centrum e-Learningu uczestniczy od dwóch lat w projekcie na temat zapewniania jakości e-learningu w uczelniach wyższych E-xcellence NEXT. Podczas projektu zostało zorganizowane lokalne seminarium z udziałem naszych pracowników oraz przedstawicieli środowisk związanych z oceną jakości procesu kształcenia. Przewodniczący Komisji Akredytacyjnej Uczelni Technicznych (KAUT), prof. dr hab...
Professional farmers don't begrudge the backyard gardener his tomato harvest. That's silly.
And talented mechanics certainly don't mind the antics of the Car Talk guys (or their listeners). Sooner or later, if you need a real mechanic, you'll find one, and if you don't, well, that's fine too.
A few years ago, typesetting, wedding photography, graphic design and other endeavors that were...
In countless little ways each day, we blame other people for our frustrations.
They irritate us, don’t do things the right way, are incompetent, rude, inconsiderate, bad drivers, too slow, not tidy, boring, uncaring.
And yet, we will always be frustrated if we stick to this mindset.
We will always be angry, offended, hurt, disappointed. There will be no end to the offenses humanity c...
Compelling speakers. Powerful visuals. A captive audience. And remarkably stupid ideas.
This is the premise of “Talks,” a two-month-old video series from the comic geniuses at The Onion. “Talks” pokes fun at all of the pageantry of presentation events like PopTech, TED, and TechCrunch—with the speakers, the audience, and the format itself all getting their due. And, for the...
The abstract beauty of science, made dramatically visible.
Photographer Berenice Abbott(1898-1991) might be best-remembered for her striking black-and-white prints of New York’s changing face in the 1930s, but she was also intensely interested in science and in making the abstract elegance and beauty of science visible and concrete. In 1939, she began experimenting with scientific imagery and...
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