Performance + Development = Productivity (What a 9 Year Old Can Teach Us Abut L&D http://t.co/K2og4WrEMp from @brocedwards via @performanceic #learning #development)...
This article provides a view of how we set up learning in the corporate enviroment and how a 9 year old provides a different view of making learning fun, allow mistakes and enjoy the learning not just the long term outcome goal that the training was created to accomplish.
That’s right, selling doesn’t necessarily require constant aggressive marketing. You don’t have to sell to sell. Setting up a strategy for passive sales is an increasingly important aspect of marketing, and it doesn’t annoy customers like more aggressive tactics do.
Stride recently released a neat infographic about the topic, actually. It covers most of the bases (you can find them below), but I can point out the important bits for you, because I’m super nice and generous.
Business Insider Amazon's New Fire Phone Is A Huge Bet On The Future Of Machine Learning Business Insider Amazon believes that the future of machine learning — the idea that software can be programmed in such a way that it teaches itself and...
Amazon will have access to so much data through firefly. The question in my mind is why limit yourself to Amazon's pricing when you can go to the internet and get all pricing. The other question in my mind, does Amazon plan on starting to price accorrding to market pricing since we will be supplying the comp data. They could price a dollar or two below the regional pricing, make more money but the customer loses out as the Amazon price would had been mch lower without the comp. info.
Heatherwick Studio To Build “Learning Hub” in Singapore ArchDaily London based Heatherwick Studio have won a competition to design a Learning Hub at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Interesting concept. Breaking down the traditional learning space and classrooms. There are no corners and the instructor teaches to the room as there is no formal structure to the classroom. No front or back of the room.
U of T's OISE to become all-graduate institute of teaching, learning and research | U of T News http://t.co/F3DG9j1pTR
Interesting twist on education degrees offererd at the U of Toronto. I like where they are headed however a system created by an elite group of learners might not be the best representation of the overall public education population. It would be interesting to put people in the group who do not value learning or do not do well in the traditional learning system to help establish plans that meet the needs of all learners.
By Kira Radinsky When you think about what goes into winning a Nobel Prize in a field like economics, it’s a lot like machine learning. In order to make...
Very cool article that outlines what we might need to consider when putting recomondation tools in the hands of sales people. I like the concept that we need to ensure they understand the why so the tool itself can be trusted a smart partner.
As eLearning becomes more popular in the employee-training sphere, the benefits of cloud-based Learning Management Systems become prevalent factors for the organizations that want to offer cost-effective and flexible training methods. Jump in for more on the cloud-based LMS benefits.
The new features will begin rolling out July 8 with the ability for teachers to create and manage previously uploaded lessons directly from the iPad. Apple says the course creation features will let teachers grab content from iWork, iBooks Author or “any of the over 75,000 educational apps available for iPad.” It will also let teachers use the iPad’s camera to include shots and video of real-world items in courses. The course creation feature will be available to educators in all 69 with the materials they create distributed in up 155 countries.
This is an amazing teaching tool. I could see this type of format being used for all different industries. I would not be surprised to see the next phase of this being the abilty to interact with the heart and fix something that is wrong for learning purposes.
Christian Science Monitor How playful learning will build future leaders Christian Science Monitor In order for our global society to develop solutions to pressing problems in an increasingly technology-driven and constantly changing world, we need...
The Connecticut College Voice Camels, Cardinals & Bantams: Distance-learning enhances course offerings The Connecticut College Voice The course description immediately sparked my interest, but what made it different from any other class at Conn was...
This is an interesting article on how Universities are using simulcasting. I was pleased to read that the particpants liked the enviroment and felt it was a good compromise between the self paced on line courseware and the inconvenience they experienced in the past with a multicollege intergrated course offered on different campus. The application for this type of learning will allow for more people to learn, discuss and ask questions without having to incur the cost or the time to go to where the knowledge is housed. Not all courseware will work in this enviroment, courware that asks for application learning will need additional resources in the locations to allow for coaching and feedback to the learners who are applying the knowledge. Not impossible, just needs additional assistance.
How can we better leverage these options in learning? How do we leverage these to show best practices, quick bites of information for a particular group or use it in the classroom for application learning through video and discussion of that video. Interesting. Anyone doing it?
Carnegie Mellon to work with Intel to add to curriculum Pittsburgh Business Times Carnegie Mellon University plans to incorporate the principles of integrative design into its curriculum as a member of the Intel Design School Network, the...
Interesting partnership for learning. Wonder how many other companies are going to consider this