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eLearning Paradigms 2014

*Reblog. This content was originally posted on Will Thalheimer’s WillAtWorkLearning: eLearning Paradigms 2014. Thank you so much Will for creating this paradigms list and your efforts to the eLearning Manifesto. I created a list of eLearning Paradigms to talk about … Continue reading

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Wither we like it or not, technology solutions are cheap and the go to panacea for training

I came across another discussion on the Chief Learning Officer Magazine group on LinkedIn started by Ladan Nikravan Senior Editor at MediaTec Publishing. As the pace of organizations has increased and technology has become a convenient enabler, has the learning … Continue reading

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eLearning Manifesto: Has eLearning advanced alongside technology? Or has technology passed it up?

I have been devoting my last few blogs the eLeanringManifesto.org which was instigated by Michael Allen, Julie Dirksen, Clark Quinn, and Will Thalheimer. We are so privileged that this amazing group of professionals in the field of Instructional Design and … Continue reading

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eLearning Manifesto: Can we take a dose of our own medicine? Do you want to take your own eLearning?

Let’s continue looking into the eLeanringManifesto.org which I started blogging about previously. What happened when four industry leading professionals talked about ways to improve the state of eLearning? The “instigators” of the manifesto are Michael Allen, Julie Dirksen, Clark Quinn, … Continue reading

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eLearning Manifesto: The current way of eLearning doesn’t add up to a “serious” effort for the designer or the student…

I have been blogging in a series about a recent movement in eLearning started by some key members or “instigators” of our field, Michael Allen, Julie Dirksen, Clark Quinn, and Will Thalheimer. Their “manifesto” of sorts is called the eLeanringManifesto.org. … Continue reading

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eLearning Manifesto: The problem isn’t how present is wrapped. The problem is what is inside the box.

I have been blogging in a series about a recent movement in eLearning or perhaps a “manifesto” of sorts called the eLearning Manifesto. What an amazing group of professionals in the field of Instructional Design and eLearning that banded together … Continue reading

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eLearning Manifesto: Can we break the multifaceted pattern of bad eLearning?

Yesterday I started a blog series about a recent movement in eLearning or perhaps a “manifesto” of sorts by introducing The eLeanring Manifesto Instigators. What an amazing group of professionals in the field of Instructional Design and eLearning that banded … Continue reading

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