Archive for Tag Archives: ' Learning'

Learner Generated Learning Content – Possibilities, mechanics and chaos ? Online Forum

  Thu, July 17, 2014 12 – 1 PM, Register Remember the time we got all our news and entertainment from traditional media such as TV, Newspapers and Radio and experts. Fast forward to now and [...]

Usability and e-Learning – The Critical Connection

An interface is the medium via which the human (user) interacts with the product or application. The design of an interface whether it is a hand-held device, a cockpit, a console or a website, impacts human [...]

Observations from Supporting Performance with Learning – Learning Cafe Workplace Trends Forum

28 Learning professionals from a wide cross section of industries participated in the  online Workplace Trends Forum on Supporting Performance with Learning. Peter Davis moderated the session with a expert panel comprising of Belinda Liu – [...]

The Rise and Fall of 3D Learning – Lessons from Real Implementations

On being asked to write a blog post on my experience with virtual learning, our near obsessive interest a few years ago, with Virtual worlds and 3D Learning comes to mind. Second Life in particular had caught [...]

A beachhead for learning – Learning Conversation with Helen Zwicker, CEO Kiama Community College

We talk to Helen Zwicker, the Executive Officer of the Kiama Community College Inc. Kiama Community College Inc is a not-for-profit, volunteer managed, community based Registered Training Organisation . It has been operating since 1986 and [...]

Effective Learning – Musings from the UnConference

This blog post is a summary of the “Effective Learning” stream of the Learning Cafe UnConference which was led by Bob Spence. This stream, which was well attended all day, was concerned with how we can make [...]

Do you need a fix?

The fix I am of course referring to is the good old prefix, more specifically the prefix used to identify types of learning delivery methods. The most notorious being the ‘e’ in e-learning and more recently [...]

Near Future of Learning in Australia – Theme for Learning Cafe UnConference 16 Feb. Limited places.

  What is an Unconference? This event will be very different to any standard conference you have been to before.  If you are not sure what an unconference is, start here, browse a little and you will [...]

The “un-science” of learning evaluation

Evaluation is notoriously under-done in the corporate sector. And who can blame us? With ever increasing pressure bearing down on L&D professionals to put out the next big fire, it’s no wonder we don’t have time [...]

Method and madness – Disconnect between learning & knowledge

I’ve oftened wondered about the organisational disconnect between Learning and KM/Documentation areas. For years the model has perpetuated a sort of ‘doubling up’ on effort around the information people need to perform on the job. Learning [...]