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Mindmap from 20 August 2009 #lrnchat

August 22, 2009

Tracy Hamilton (@hamtra) did this great mindmap from our #lrnchat last night!  Check it out.

Recap of 30 July #lrnchat on virtual worlds

July 31, 2009

I’ve blogged about last night’s lrnchat, and summarized what I took away from the conversation.  Feedback welcome!

#lrnchat 11 recap

June 19, 2009

Tonight we held the eleventh weekly #lrnchat, fast, lively, amazing. Our overall theme tonight was design: instructional design, visual design, and cognitive design. We had a warm up question, and three core questions related to one another. See the full transcript.

Questions:
Q0 (our weekly welcome, now also @lrn2day) What have you learned today? If nothing fabulous, what have you learned this week?
Q1 via @oxala75: What apps and methods are you using for storyboarding (elearning, presentations, etc.)
Q2: What do you do to help workplace learning pros learn about design? Mentor? Classes? Books? Field Trips? What should be done?
Q3: Where did *you* learn what you know about design and what does design mean to you?

Thank you to everyone who joined us. This was another very busy, very frenetic, very educational chat. In additional to workplace learning professionals, we had school teachers, training product vendors, and people curious about the flying sparks. We hope to continue to grow and learn at this pace with your help.

Please be sure to tell us whos-who, submit any questions you have for future chats (please include your @name) and plan to join us again. Also, please help us spread the word on #lrnchat by tweeting about it, writing about it in your blog, and asking your friends to join us next Thursday. Here’s to learning between now and then!

#lrnchat 10 recap

June 12, 2009

Tonight we held the tenth weekly #lrnchat, the liveliest to date. Many new faces, fabulous perspectives and non-stop learning. The overall theme for the chat was the use of social media in workplace learning and training. We had a warm up question, and three core questions related to one another. See the full transcript.

Questions:
Q0 (our #lrnchat warmup): How’ve you been? What have you been learning?
Q1: Why aren’t ppl using social media & twitter-like tools in training? What myths do they have? Excuses they use? Legit reasons?
…Addition: My hope with Q1 is to hear both reasons why not using, and how you reply.
Q2 from @kasey428: Have you used (or seen used) social media to push out training reinforcement as follow-up to ILT or elearning?
Q3 inspired by @ichrisbarnes: Do we know of any places SoMe is bad (for learning, in training, for edu)?

Thank you to everyone who joined us. To give you a sense of just how much chatter there was tonight, there were twice as many characters typed during the chat as there were last week. We hope to continue to grow and learn at this pace with your help.

Please be sure to tell us whos-who, submit any questions you have for future chats (please include your @name) and plan to join us again. Also, please help us spread the word on #lrnchat by tweeting about it, writing about it in your blog, and asking your friends to join us next Thursday. Here’s to learning between now and then!

#lrnchat 9 recap

June 5, 2009

Tonight we held the ninth weekly #lrnchat. We had a warm up question, and two core questions (with followups) related to one another. See the full transcript.

Questions:
Q0 (our #lrnchat warmup): What did you learn today? (If nothing that interesting, tell us about something you learned this week.)
Q1: How would workplace learning profession be different if all elearning had social media features? What would be biggest change?
Q1b spurred by @jenniethede: What would be harder if there was more social media in elearning? Ways to overcome those downsides?
Q1c: What social media would you like to see in elearning? Wikis, Twitter-like capabilities, blogs, webcasting, directories?
Q2: From the abstract to the specific: What social media tools are you using today to help your people learn? And how?

Thank you to everyone who joined us. Please be sure to tell us whos-who, submit any questions you have for future chats (please include your @name) and plan to join us again next Thursday. Here’s to learning between now and then!


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