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One of the main concepts that leads to successful e-Learning course design is information chunking. But what is chunking? Why is it embedded in the world of instructional design? And what kind of chunking strategies can an ...
Cool HOW TO infographic about how to "chunk' complex ideas into simplier, easy to remember frames. I like to use the Heath Brothers Made To Stick idea of presenting the NEW with an aid people are already familiar with.
The best example of this presenting NEW from OLD is how the Heath brothers (Chip and Dan) put a piece of simulated duct tape on their book. Great visual messaging since duct tape instatnly communicates STICKY.
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If you only have time to learn and interact on one social network make it G+. Google Plus is the most disruptive of the social nets. More a suite of powerful tools than a social network, G+ is derided but don't let critics fool you. Great web marketing is, at its core, a contrarian pursuit. When you are in a room and people laugh when something is mentioned, laughing in a way that says they would NEVER use that thing, then that becomes what you want to do :).
G+ is catching up big time for many reasons. Among these reasons is the Hangout integration.
We just facilitated a remote 1.5 day leadership development session with Hangouts and it was fantastic.
Google is sticking to their strategy and their value is starting to win people over. I was never a fan and, through valuable features, I am changing my perspective on the suite of offerings.
This is a relevant infographic.
NICE ONE! Great reference
Mashing Up InfographicsIt struck me today that we are so infographic rich that we may have the building blocks we need to create new associations. Here two infographics about infographics create an interesting juxtaposition. Are infographics inherent good? No, infographics are inherently neutral. They can aid in our "lean content" movement or confuse and bore. Mashing one infographic into another can do the same, but it is FUN :).