Editor’s note: Clark Quinn provides a great mindmap from Bob Mosher’s keynote to the Performance Support Symposium.
Editor’s note: A look at Clive Shepher’d’s book on digital learning content. According to the review, the book would be a useful read for anyone involved in creating this kind of content.
Editor’s notes: As technology changes the face of education this piece looks at 12 hypotheses for the future of schools.
Editor’s note: The acquisitions continue . . . Skillsoft says Mindleaders will help boost its compliance training offering in the US and UK.
Editor’s note: Harold Jarche has pulled together a 13-slide deck making the case for social technologies. If it is a case you are having to make then this is a must-read.
Editor’s note: An interview with Yammer CEO David Sacks, in which he talks about the past, present and future for the enterprise social network.
Editor’s note: The first in a series of research reports from the Elearning Guild looks at the impact of informal learning, definitions of informal learning and how best to support it.
Editor’s note: A look at the emerging issues in schools of bringing your own device. How will this play out in the workplace?
Editor’s notes: Google launches Google Course Builder, which just goes to show how much interest there is in this space. You can join a Google hangout with creator Peter Norvig to find out more – see article for details.
Editor’s note: What is an event Twitter backchannel and how useful is one if you cannot attend an event? Find out in this article and follow the event tweeters from the event over the next two days.
Editor’s note: A Yammer for college students? Aside from the tech itself, which will be worth a look, this is the type of collaboration tool students will be ‘used to using’ when they hit the workplace. Ready?
Editor’s note: In this article, Robin Good says: “If we learn not by memorizing facts, but by collaborating with others in the creation of a meaningful collection-explanations of specific topics/issues/events then, for the first time in history, we can enrich planetary knowledge each time we take on a new learning task.” He goes on to expand on 10 ways in which curation can revolutionise learning.
Editor’s note: So what is the impact of iPads and other tablets in education? Steve Wheeler says the empirical data is only just emerging. He also highlights some emerging research and case studies.
Editor’s note: A look at the 2012 edition of Education at a Glance: OECD Indicators, which provide a feast of information on education around the world.
Editor’s note: From bionic limbs to virtual careers fairs, a look at the central role tech will play in the process of getting people into work.