Editor’s note: Press release from yesterday’s Adobe product announcements, including Adobe Edge Animate 1.0, Adobe Edge Inspect 1.0 (formerly codenamed “Shadow”), Adobe PhoneGap Build 1.0, Adobe Edge Web Fonts and a preview of Adobe Edge Code and Adobe Edge Reflow.
Editor’s note: How will we collect and share our portfolio of skills, achievements and work in the future. Start-up Pathbrite thinks it has the answer.
Editor’s note: This 10-minute video looks at how games are being used in learning. The focus is on schools and how students interact with a range of different types of games.
Editor’s note: A useful list that includes: Loosecubes, Treehouse, Trello, Lift.do and Fonolo.
Editor’s note: A bit of graphic fun for a Tuesday morning with this cartoon of what the left and right side of our brain provide us with.
I thought a tag cloud of the conference agenda at World of Learning 2012 would…
Following her session on social media for trainers at the 2012 Learning Live conference, LearnPatch…
Editor’s note: Slide deck from Harold Jarche that takes the journey from training to social learning. Packed with useful slides.
Editor’s note: Review of David Mallon’s session at Learning Live in which he talked through Bersin & Associate’s research into what makes a high-impact learning culture.
Editor’s note: Researchers have shown that activity in the brain’s parahippocampal cortex predicts how well people will remember a visual scene.
Editors note: ‘Because of greater connectivity and hugely dispersed workforces, we’ll mimic the organised chaos of a bee or ant colony.’ Interesting research to keep you awake at night – what’s the impact for L&D?
Editor’s note: A short article introducing Paul Harris’s book Trusting What You’re Told: How Children Learn from Others. ‘Children recognize early on that other people are an excellent source of information. And so they ask questions. But youngsters are also remarkably discriminating as they weigh the responses they elicit,’ says Harris.
Learning is changing rapidly and is being driven by consumers, technology and socio-economic shifts, according…
Editor’s note: An in-depth look at why designing enterprise social software for humans and human interaction is key to getting colleagues to start using such tools. As the author says, ‘we need to do a much better job at understanding the cultural context in which people work and how “work” fits into a broader social context’.
Editor’s note: Thought-provoking review of the recent Salesforce conference. How much longer can we continue to buy and use enterprise software in siloed business functions?