e-learning

Live Blog from the ASTD International Conference: Gamification & Learning

May 9, 2012

I'm at the ASTD International Conference & Exposition in Denver, CO and trying live blogging for the first time.  Mary Myers and Robert Pearson from Maritz Canada are speaking on Driving Engagement & Performance: Gamification & Learning Fun can change behavior for the better. The presenters showed a video that covered how people don't want to take the stairs, […]

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Stream 57′s Panel Discussion on Online Training

November 15, 2009

Stream 57 recently hosted a webcast panel discussion on “E-Learning and Online Training in the Face of the Flu, the Recession and the Demand for Better Education.” The panel shared a variety of insights on how to use technology for learning events and best practices for interacting with online audiences. Throughout the discussion, a live […]

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eLearning is Green

February 6, 2009

One of the ancillary benefits of web conferencing that is sometimes overlooked is that by meeting virtually instead of face-to-face, carbon emissions are reduced. I like to include a slide at the beginning of each web conference that describes “what we saved,” to emphasize how web conferencing can contribute to carbon footprint reductions. 1. First, […]

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ELearning Web Sites

January 7, 2009

It’s a new year and a great time to set goals. One of mine is to keep my finger on the pulse of what’s going on in the e-learning industry. I’ve compiled a list of useful e-learning websites, many with free newsletters that may be of use. If you use Delicious, I’ve also posted them […]

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