Editor’s note: Education focused but an interesting taxonomy of conversations on Skype, from ‘ping pong’ conversations to ‘content’ conversations.
Editor’s note: Global Ethnographic is a free to access online magazine-journal designed to popularise and disseminate anthropological perspectives. It’s first issue is out now – this should be a useful resource to keep an eye on.
Editor’s note: Nick Shackleton-Jones reflects on his trip to the Consumer Electronics Show in the US and how technology and informal learning can impact on organisational culture.
Editor’s note: BP’s Nick Shackleton-Jones provides his list of learning themes for the year ahead. No new shiny in here but more on general themes.
Editor’s note: Are we being made more intelligent by our habituated uses of technology, or are we becoming smarter because we have more opportunities to create our own content, and think more deeply about it? Steve Wheeler discusses.
Editor’s note: Plymouth Enhanced Learning Conference 2013 is open for workshop and paper proposals . . . find out more.
Editor’s note: Clive Shepherd pulls together all the articles he has been writing this year on transformation in workplace learning. Lots of good reads here.
Editor’s note: A review of the Workplace Trends conference, which this year focused on health and wellbeing – two key factors to improved performance and productivity.
Editor’s notes: The DevLearn 12 conference starts today. Follow all the action in the event backchannel.
Editor’s note: This image captured by Nick-Shackleton-Jones at Learning 2012 shows the Unisys approach to content capture. One slide tells quite a story.
Editor’s note: A look at the in the future of mobile learning and the technologies that will impact/affect the future of mobile learning and learning in general. Thanks to the elearning network for highlighting this article.
Editor’s note: Nick Shackleton-Jones’ fascinating look at the evolution of the induction process at BP. Great he is able to share these insights.
Editor’s note: Today, Bersin & Associates launch their latest research into the corporate learning management system market. It’s a market that’s worth a lot but vendors have their challenges, not least keeping up with learners.
Editor’s note: Steve Wheeler shared this slide at the World of Learning conference. It’s a great image which reflects the exponential growth in the web and user-generated content.
Editor’s note: Clive Shepherd shares some thoughts on social interactions in elearning based on judging entries in the E-Learning Awards. Some great innovations that are raising the bar on elearning.