Transcript 14-October 2010 (early)

10:31:34 am lrnchat: Welcome everyone to #lrnchat. How have you been? Q0 warm up after the rules.
10:31:47 am lrnchat: Rules for #lrnchat: 1. Introduce yourself. (We do this again at the end). Location? Focus? Fave topics?
10:32:10 am JudithELS: Many thanks everyone for a gr8 ‘chat’, much to think about & a lot learned. Judith C-C signing off until next time #lrnchat
10:32:28 am lrnchat: Rule2. [try to] stay on the #lrnchat topic. A new question will be asked every 20 min or so. If you can, include Q# in related responses.
10:32:58 am myFootpath: Hello all! Jumping into #lrnchat, please excuse the massive amounts of tweets coming over the next hour. #lrnchat
10:33:18 am JudithELS: Apologies for that last tweet – it was from last week’s lrnchat – oops #lrnchat
10:33:29 am lrnchat: Rule3. When writing, complete thoughts help followers outside chat learn from you. #lrnchat
10:33:51 am simbeckhampson: @mrch0mp3rs Was thinking, perhaps we need to dedicate a whole session to ‘A’😉 #lrnchat
10:33:58 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat Andrew Peterson, educational gaming junkie, West Shore Community College staff geek
10:34:10 am c4lpt: #lrnchat starting now – come and join us
10:34:18 am JudithELS: OK, Judith Christian-Carter now signing on for this week’s lrnchat – I thought for a moment I was in some form of time-warp #lrnchat
10:34:28 am WasimB1: Time to get me learn on #lrnchat
10:34:28 am lrnchat: Rule4. Remember to include the #lrnchat in all posts. http://tweetchat.com http://tweetgrid.com & http://twubs.com work well
10:34:34 am cpjobling: RT @c4lpt: #lrnchat starting now – come and join us #lrnchat
10:34:35 am 2GFred: @JudithELS whew! Was afraid you were signing off already. Glad you’re part of the chat again today. #lrnchat
10:34:42 am ckagy: Chris Kagy, Washington DC, intrsts include training, ID, int’l travel, learning cool stuff #lrnchat
10:34:43 am eshwaranv: Here for #lrnchat Join the discussion on “Tools of the Trade”
10:34:51 am myFootpath: RT @c4lpt #lrnchat starting now – come and join us #lrnchat
10:34:59 am tmiket: RT @c4lpt: #lrnchat starting now – come and join us
10:35:05 am kelly_smith01: Tweets from #lrnchat coming = on learning and learning tools. #lrnchat
10:35:10 am c4lpt: Jane Hart joining #lrnchat from nr Bath (in England). Working as Social Business Consultant.
10:35:17 am lress: RT @c4lpt: #lrnchat starting now – come and join us
10:35:26 am JudithELS: Sorry for the flurry of tweets for the next 90 mins everyone. Do join us if you wish though to discuss ‘Tools of the Trade’. #lrnchat
10:35:54 am myFootpath: Noel here from myFootpath, I’ll be jumping in and out of #lrnchat today! #lrnchat
10:36:03 am lrnchat: Rule5. Periodically RT questions so others outside #lrnchat know what you’re talking about so they can chime in too.
10:36:13 am eshwaranv: Just made it to #lrnchat. This is Vytheeshwaran, science teacher from Chennai, India. Fav topics: science and elearning
10:36:14 am kelly_smith01: Kelly Smith, ISD and Telecom Consultant, North Texas #lrnchat
10:36:24 am 2GFred: Fred Stevens, Los Angeles, Training and Personal Improvement coach. Interests: Learning. Sharing. Growing. #lrnchat
10:36:33 am daviddlacroix: David D. LaCroix, learning and education specialist in the D of C. http://linkd.in/bBqkdl #lrnchat
10:36:39 am lrnchat: Rule6. On #lrnchat we aim to play nice. Sarcasm & irony welcome though. Really
10:36:59 am cpjobling: Hi everybody. This is Chris Jobling, Swansea University. Academic, #PLENK2010 scaffolder, meerkat and lab rat. Probably unqualified #lrnchat
10:37:01 am Dr_KG: Building roads to reduce traffic is like loosening your belt to lose weight! #USDLA #virtualworlds #lrnchat #nea
10:37:07 am WasimB1: I’m Wasim and look after L&D at Sky for Sales. Work with @KaSpill to develop and up-skill agents, managers and our training team #lrnchat
10:37:11 am sahana2802: Sahana, L&D professional, ID, consultant, learner, believe that collaborative social learning is the key to effective learning org. #lrnchat
10:37:14 am simbeckhampson: Paul Simbeck-Hampson, Bavaria. Life long learner, promoter of all things learning… #lrnchat
10:37:23 am lrnchat: Rule7. 10 min before the end of #lrnchat, reintroduce yourself. Links, requests, & shameless plugs welcome, too.
10:37:35 am briandusablon: Excuse me for the next hour, folks. I’ll be tweeting a lot about learning & knowledge, and increasingly sarcastic. It’s time for #lrnchat
10:37:57 am daviddlacroix: hurrying in out of the rain to be in time for #lrnchat
10:38:07 am myFootpath: @WasimB1 Hey! How was the thai food? #lrnchat
10:38:29 am PTKLearning: Patrick Fitzpatrick on #lrnchat from Sheffield (UK) – elearning rule breakers!!
10:38:31 am maritzavdh: Joining early evening #lrnchat tonight. Apologies for tweet volume in the next 90 minutes.
10:38:31 am EmmanuelleEN: #lrnchat Emmanuelle Erny-Newton, educational designer and Twitter addict. Francophone, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
10:38:37 am StephanieDaul: Stephanie Daul, Instructional Designer, Chicago #lrnchat
10:38:48 am lrnchat: Q0) We begin w/ a #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? If nothing fabulous, what have you learned this week?
10:38:49 am Rsuominen: Riitta Suominen joining the #lrnchat session from Tampere, Finland. Fave topics are #eLearning, course design, and writing.
10:38:55 am myFootpath: @daviddlacroix Blech. It rained here ALL morning yesterday. #lrnchat
10:39:08 am briandusablon: Hi! My name is Brian Dusablon. I like learning, teaching & collaborating. I’m pushing for change in the org, guerilla-style. #lrnchat
10:39:09 am WasimB1: I’ll be joining Judith in a flurry ot tweets RT @JudithELS: Sorry for the flurry of tweets for the next 90 mins everyone. Join us.. #lrnchat
10:39:11 am olliegardener: Ollie Gardener – Norwegian entrepreneur and social learning enthusiast. Hoping to contribute to the future’s tools of the trade🙂 #lrnchat
10:39:15 am MimiBarbara: Barbara Smith, Instructional Design strategist, Atlanta #lrnchat #lrnchat
10:39:29 am maritzavdh: Maritza van den Heuvel, South Africa. Product Manager for Kaplan IT Learning. Social learning and EPSS for self-driven learning. #lrnchat
10:39:35 am torriedunlap: Torrie Dunlap, Kids Included Together in San Diego working worldwide to ensure kids with disabilities have access to comm programs. #lrnchat
10:39:46 am simbeckhampson: Pouring a glass of grapefruit juice and getting comfortable… it’s time for > #lrnchat
10:39:53 am briandusablon: Q0) Today, I learned that a lot of people don’t know what I do for the organization, or what department I work for. #orgchart #fail #lrnchat
10:39:54 am mrch0mp3rs: Folks, I’m Aaron Silvers. Sipping my coffee in Chicago, IL. Managing community for ADL. Blogging. Loving Instagr.am. #lrnchat
10:39:55 am NancyWhite: I learned you can teach a puppet how to tweet #lrnchat
10:40:38 am J_Schulz: Hi, #lrnchat – it’s been a while. #lrnchat
10:40:58 am maritzavdh: Q0) Learned to never use somebody else’s slides for a presentation. Your own conceptualization and metaphors are key. #lrnchat
10:40:59 am socialtech: Luke, Bournemouth, UK. Consultant/geek/trainer joining #lrnchat for the next hour
10:41:03 am cpjobling: Q0) Today I learned that funding for teaching in UK universities might be cut by 70% … #lrnchat
10:41:03 am alwaysme3: Ampsters, #lrnchat is starting in… http://dlvr.it/71mGd :Amplify
10:41:08 am myFootpath: Q0: I learned that everything in yoga can pretty much be applied to life. #lrnchat
10:41:12 am billcush: Bill Cushard. Mountain View, CA. Trainer of sales people. Fond of the abstruse, the marvelous, and the incompressible. #lrnchat
10:41:15 am J_Schulz: John Schulz, ID & solution architect, Chicago, working with XML and content management. #lrnchat
10:41:17 am JudithELS: Forgot to say that I’m all things learning, including myself. I really must concentrate & that’s what I’ve learned today! #lrnchat
10:41:32 am billcush: RT @lrnchat: Q0) We begin w/ a #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? If nothing fabulous, what have you learned this week?
10:41:39 am torriedunlap: Hi followers, it’s #lrnchat time. Please excuse my excessive tweeting- or come join the discussion!
10:41:46 am trinarimmer: Trina Rimmer, L & D consultant, writer, life-long student – champion for collaboration and fun as the best learning tools. #lrnchat
10:41:51 am daviddlacroix: RT @myFootpath: @daviddlacroix Blech. It rained here ALL morning yesterday. || 20 minutes and it will have been all AM here, too. #lrnchat
10:41:52 am sahana2802: Q0. Learned tons this week…about Pecha Kucha (mine was amateurish but it was such fun), about effective feedback #lrnchat
10:42:00 am ckagy: q0) #gamestorming has lots of good activities. also lrnd that my company is dabbling in social media for internal use #lrnchat
10:42:18 am torriedunlap: RT @myFootpath: Q0: I learned that everything in yoga can pretty much be applied to life. YES!!!!!!! #lrnchat
10:42:21 am daviddlacroix: RT @lrnchat: Q0) We begin w/ a #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? If nothing fabulous, what have you learned this week? #lrnchat
10:42:38 am cpjobling: Q0) …on a more positive note educational use of SoMe was featured in the Times Higher today http://bit.ly/9D0M7N. #lrnchat
10:42:47 am eshwaranv: Q0) Learned that PBL works beyond my expectations in kids. #lrnchat
10:42:51 am maritzavdh: I just also learned that there is something called Pecha Kucha. What is that @sahana2802? #lrnchat
10:43:03 am theteachinggame: Q0) This week I learned that “shipping” a long term project leads to a sense of urgency to create something new #lrnchat
10:43:07 am MimiBarbara: Today I’ve learned a presentation I’m doing is going to take a lot of work Q0 #lrnchat #lrnchat
10:43:11 am ckagy: @briandusablon oh wow. that’s challenging! #lrnchat
10:43:12 am olliegardener: q0) Learned about a great conference next week in London. Embracing social media for competitive advantage. http://ow.ly/2Twgg. #lrnchat
10:43:13 am briandusablon: Q0) I learned about the awesome #DevLearn app from @ATIVSoftware. http://www.ativsoftware.com/ #lrnchat
10:43:14 am myFootpath: @torriedunlap Thanks for the RT! (yoga saves my sanity on a daily basis, lol). #lrnchat
10:43:28 am PTKLearning: Q0) I have learner a lot of professional HR they need help form the old traditional world of procedures #lrnchat
10:43:28 am ckagy: RT @lrnchat: Q0) We begin w/ a #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? If nothing fabulous, what have you learned this week? #lrnchat
10:43:28 am myFootpath: @maritzavdh Ditoo, what is Pecha Kucha? #lrnchat
10:43:33 am lisadawley: #lrnchat Hi all, I’m thinking about the process of converting assignments to quests, and what variables make quests engaging learning
10:43:39 am eshwaranv: RT @lrnchat: Q0) We begin w/ a #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? If nothing fabulous, what have you learned this week? #lrnchat
10:43:39 am billcush: Q0) I learned this week that the train into San Francisco is easy. #lrnchat
10:43:44 am simbeckhampson: Q0) Witnessed how not to do startup presentations at Tech Crunch Munich – you should take a look at kinkon.de #lrnchat
10:43:47 am Rsuominen: Q0) Writing is hard. Is there any way to accelerate the process? #lrnchat RT @lrnchat What have you learned today?
10:43:52 am kelly_smith01: Q0) Learned that the on-ramp (hiring) process does not seem to have a true “end.” #lrnchat
10:43:59 am trinarimmer: Q0) Learned that my 6 yr old and I have the same culinary palette. #lrnchat
10:44:01 am tmiket: Q0 I learned most ppl want to give good presentations but just don’t know how. #lrnchat
10:44:17 am briandusablon: @kelly_smith01 nor should it. #lrnchat
10:44:30 am z_rose: RT @cpjobling: Q0) Today I learned that funding for teaching in UK universities might be cut by 70% … #lrnchat
10:44:32 am maritzavdh: RT @lrnchat Q0) Welcome – What have you learned today?
10:44:34 am eshwaranv: @myFootpath My intro to PechaKucha: http://bit.ly/cDhmKB #lrnchat
10:44:41 am MimiBarbara: Q0 @tmiket Isn’t that the truth? I want my presentation to knock their socks off! #lrnchat
10:44:51 am simbeckhampson: RT @tmiket: Q0 I learned most ppl want to give good presentations but just don’t know how < opportunity knocks… #lrnchat
10:44:55 am trinarimmer: @tmiket So true. #lrnchat
10:45:06 am daviddlacroix: Q0): Training a group that includes newbies, experienced, and intermediate SoMe users is challenging. Hard to find the sweet spot! #lrnchat
10:45:06 am ckagy: RT @myFootpath: @maritzavdh Ditoo, what is Pecha Kucha? #lrnchat < 20 PPT slide of ~20 seconds each
10:45:16 am simbeckhampson: @z_rose Oh shit! #lrnchat
10:45:17 am tmiket: pecha kucha http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pecha_Kucha #lrnchat
10:45:27 am briandusablon: Q0) I learned a little more about @litmos and @kindlingapp. Can’t wait to put them to the test. #lrnchat
10:45:29 am cpjobling: Q0) This week I discovered trailmeme (http://trailmeme.com/) and WebSlides (http://slides.diigo.com/) #lrnchat
10:45:39 am daviddlacroix: Q0: Plus, that SUNY-Albany thinks that several foreign languages are a waste of time. #lrnchat
10:45:49 am lrnchat: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat
10:45:56 am myFootpath: @ckagy Oh, thanks!! And by “Ditoo” I meant “Ditto” … sheesh. #lrnchat
10:46:06 am JudithELS: RT @Rsuominen: Q0) Writing is hard. Is there any way to accelerate the process? <Oh how I wish there was. #lrnchat
10:46:06 am eshwaranv: RT @lrnchat: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat
10:46:09 am simbeckhampson: RT @cpjobling: Q0) This week I discovered trailmeme (http://trailmeme.com/) and WebSlides (http://slides.diigo.com/) #lrnchat
10:46:19 am JudithELS: RT @lrnchat: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat
10:46:20 am briandusablon: That’s what we’re for! To teach them. > RT @tmiket: Q0 I learned most ppl want to give good presentations but just dont know how. #lrnchat
10:46:32 am myFootpath: RT @lrnchat Q1 When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat #lrnchat
10:46:36 am Rsuominen: @maritzavdh http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pecha_Kucha #lrnchat
10:46:54 am briandusablon: RT @lrnchat: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat
10:46:55 am maritzavdh: Thanks for the link! RT @tmiket: pecha kucha http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pecha_Kucha #lrnchat
10:46:58 am olliegardener: q0) Learned that I am a slooow blogger. Blog nr 2 finally posted on http://blog.noddlesoft.com. Let me know what you think🙂 #lrnchat
10:47:02 am MimiBarbara: Learning professionals who have used the tools and know the ins and outs of them #lrnchat
10:47:03 am ckagy: RT @lrnchat: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat
10:47:04 am daviddlacroix: RT @lrnchat: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat
10:47:16 am eshwaranv: Q1) My PLN #lrnchat
10:47:16 am 2GFred: RT @lrnchat: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat
10:47:21 am myFootpath: Q1: Do you mean learning tools? Technology tools? How are we defining tools for this conversation? #lrnchat
10:47:27 am maritzavdh: RT @lrnchat: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat
10:47:32 am c4lpt: RT @lrnchat: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat
10:47:36 am tmiket: @briandusablon Yes! One of my life missions – eliminate painful PPTs😎 #lrnchat
10:47:40 am sahana2802: RT @JudithELS: RT @lrnchat: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat
10:47:46 am petersonandrew: Q1) social networking. A problem is rarely unique #lrnchat
10:47:55 am trinarimmer: Q1) I rely on fellow training geeks and my own experimentation to see what works for me. #lrnchat
10:48:02 am myFootpath: RT @eshwaranv my intro to PechaKucha: http://bit.ly/cDhmKB >> oooo thanks!!! #lrnchat
10:48:07 am tmiket: Q1 Definitely my PLN is stop #1 #lrnchat
10:48:09 am briandusablon: Q1) In search for new tools, I look to gurus on Twitter, occasionally email my network or ask a general question to the interwebs. #lrnchat
10:48:09 am MimiBarbara: Q1) Learning professionals who have experience using the tools #lrnchat
10:48:15 am cpjobling: Q1) I don’t look for new tools … my tweeps, colleagues, mashable, PLN and RSS feeds bring them to me. #lrnchat
10:48:18 am UnlikeBefore: Hi #lrnchat. Deanne, ex-pat Kiwi, project consultant, Owner Unlike Before, sitting here in NW Italy. Look 4ward to learning.
10:48:22 am WasimB1: Delicious thanks .. Had a lovely sleep after how r u? RT @myFootpath: @WasimB1 Hey! How was the thai food? #lrnchat
10:48:22 am JudithELS: RT @MimiBarbara: Learning professionals who have used the tools and know the ins and outs of them <Probably the most effective way #lrnchat
10:48:27 am briandusablon: Q1) Also, after-hour bar conversations at #DevLearn. #lrnchat
10:48:28 am nandorr: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat : Jane Hart, social Bookmarks, google
10:48:37 am myFootpath: RT @MimiBarbara Q1) Learning professionals who have experience using the tools #lrnchat
10:48:40 am ckagy: q1) ASTD, peers in other orgs, past ppl who have trained me #lrnchat
10:48:44 am eides_2000: Q1) google apps and download free trials to see how they work. use social network to ask peers. #lrnchat
10:48:48 am Rsuominen: RT @eshwaranv: Q1) My PLN #lrnchat
10:48:50 am z_rose: Q1) Not to suck up or anything, but… you guys. I always ask twitter first, and 80% of the time, it works. (Thanks.) #lrnchat
10:48:59 am maritzavdh: Q1) Social networking, TechCrunch, Mashable, Wikipedia, > sources of app info #lrnchat
10:49:01 am myFootpath: @ckagy What is ASTD? #lrnchat
10:49:02 am daviddlacroix: Q1: I am making increased use of Twitter and other SoMe, but along with more traditional sources. Plus #lrnchat! #lrnchat
10:49:08 am StephanieDaul: RT @briandusablon: Q1) Also, after-hour bar conversations at #DevLearn. #lrnchat
10:49:09 am simbeckhampson: Q1) Jane’s Top 100 Tools for Learning 2010 List covers things rather nicely > http://bit.ly/bo9c3g #lrnchat
10:49:15 am MimiBarbara: Q1) White papers #lrnchat
10:49:22 am myFootpath: RT @z_rose Not to suck up or anything, but… you guys. I always ask twitter first, and 80% of the time, it works. >> Agreed!!! #lrnchat
10:49:27 am daviddlacroix: RT @petersonandrew: Q1) social networking. A problem is rarely unique #lrnchat
10:49:28 am UnlikeBefore: @briandusablon Hey Brian, like the sound of your guerilla-style approach to org change. #lrnchat
10:49:32 am StephanieDaul: RT @eshwaranv: Q1) My PLN #lrnchat
10:49:38 am Rsuominen: RT @petersonandrew: Q1) social networking. A problem is rarely unique #lrnchat
10:49:38 am busynessgirl: Maria Andersen, Learning Futurist (and math prof) checking in to #lrnchat from The LIFT Institute at Muskegon Community College.
10:49:39 am MimiBarbara: @ckagy American Society for Training and Development #lrnchat
10:49:40 am kelly_smith01: Q1) Personal network (#lrnchat, professional organizations, blogs, white papers (read with caution), search tools
10:49:42 am eshwaranv: Q1) A random google search… Can’t say what you might stumble upon. #lrnchat
10:49:45 am tmiket: Yep RT @simbeckhampson: Q1) Jane’s Top 100 Tools for Learning 2010 List covers things rather nicely > http://bit.ly/bo9c3g #lrnchat
10:49:52 am maritzavdh: Q1) Are we assuming learning = authoring tools only? #lrnchat
10:50:06 am JudithELS: Q1) Like others, social networking (Twitter & LinkedIn), Google, etc. #lrnchat
10:50:06 am theteachinggame: Q1) I’ve solved three tech tools questions via twitter this week. It’s amazing and fast (like within 2 minutes) #lrnchat
10:50:14 am briandusablon: @UnlikeBefore it’s frequently the only way to accomplish change, I’ve found. #lrnchat
10:50:16 am kelly_smith01: Q1) Personal network (#lrnchat, professional organizations, blogs, white papers (read with caution), search tools #lrnchat
10:50:29 am ckagy: @myfootpath RT @MimiBarbara: @ckagy American Society for Training and Development #lrnchat
10:50:36 am petersonandrew: @briandusablon Q1) Also, after-hour bar conversations at #DevLearn. #lrnchat Beer is a business expense🙂
10:50:36 am MimiBarbara: RT @tmiket: Agree! Q1) Janes Top 100 Tools for Learning 2010 List covers things rather nicely > http://bit.ly/bo9c3g #lrnchat
10:50:45 am StephanieDaul: Q1) Learn about most of the new tools by read tweets #lrnchat
10:50:47 am PTKLearning: Q1) I look for reviews anywhere I can get them. #lrnchat
10:50:48 am oxala75: RT @z_rose: Q1) Not to suck up or anything, but… you guys. I always ask twitter first, and 80% of the time, it works. (Thanks.) #lrnchat
10:50:49 am tmiket: @maritzavdh I think it also means my own learning via Blogs, twitter, etc i.e consuming AND creating #lrnchat
10:50:56 am 2GFred: @myFootpath try ASTDLA.org or ASTD.org #lrnchat
10:51:03 am EmmanuelleEN: Q1) I ask my PLN, mostly on Twitter. Online search. Wikipedia is a good starting point too. #lrnchat
10:51:16 am UnlikeBefore: @briandusablon Snap! #lrnchat
10:51:18 am ckagy: q1) tech tools, i have different sources than i use for classroom tools #lrnchat
10:51:20 am mrch0mp3rs: Good question — I’m not assuming that. > RT @maritzavdh: Q1) Are we assuming learning = authoring tools only? #lrnchat
10:51:25 am eshwaranv: Twitter has never failed me so far #lrnchat
10:51:26 am tmiket: @oxala75 Sucking up with get you FAR! #lrnchat
10:51:31 am trinarimmer: @tmiket @briandusablon I’m so down with your mission. Working on a PPT now that’s generic. Presenter didn’t want it to upstage him. #lrnchat
10:51:36 am 2GFred: RT @PTKLearning: Q1) I look for reviews anywhere I can get them. #lrnchat
10:51:46 am simbeckhampson: I get lots of great tips from the #amplify community, especially from @svartling and @flavio – so my PLN #lrnchat
10:51:47 am cpjobling: Jane’s Pick of the Day (thanks @c4lpt) and Top 100 Tools (http://bit.ly/9vZnwb) is a great source too. As is @HelenRSC. #lrnchat
10:51:51 am StephanieDaul: RT @tmiket: @maritzavdh I think it also means my own learning via Blogs, twitter, etc i.e consuming AND creating #lrnchat
10:52:06 am Rsuominen: RT @tmiket Yep RT @simbeckhampson Q1) Jane’s Top 100 Tools for Learning 2010 http://bit.ly/bo9c3g #lrnchat
10:52:10 am tmiket: @trinarimmer And what does he think a bad PPT will do?😎 #lrnchat
10:52:39 am briandusablon: Total #FAIL when it’s about the presenter! > RT @trinarimmer: “Presenter didnt want it to upstage him.” #lrnchat
10:52:59 am JudithELS: RT @maritzavdh: Q1) Are we assuming learning = authoring tools only? <I wasn’t either, more a broad band of tools. #lrnchat
10:53:03 am maritzavdh: Agreed, just checking others take. RT @tmiket: @maritzavdh Also means own learning via Blogs, twitter, i.e consuming AND creating #lrnchat
10:53:03 am busynessgirl: Q1) I think about what FUNCTION I want the tool to have, then look for others that need the same functionality – see what they use. #lrnchat
10:53:13 am olliegardener: Good question: I would certainly hope not!! RT @maritzavdh: Q1) Are we assuming learning = authoring tools only? #lrnchat
10:53:16 am trinarimmer: @tmiket Exactly my point and thus the reason I landed the gig! Ca-ching! #lrnchat
10:53:37 am torriedunlap: RT @lrnchat: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat
10:53:49 am eshwaranv: Web sites = Reader learns. Blogs, Wikis and Twitter = The reading and writing network learns. That’s collaboration! #lrnchat
10:53:50 am sahana2802: @maritzavdh It’s a form of presentation that is short, pithy–20 slides for 20 secs each. The constraint makes for creativity. #lrnchat #yam
10:53:57 am petersonandrew: RT @busynessgirl: Q1) I think about what FUNCTION I want the tool to have, then look for others that need the same functionality – see what they use. #lrnchat
10:54:02 am tmiket: @trinarimmer Nice!!! #lrnchat
10:54:18 am briandusablon: Q1) I know who I hardly ever ask: coworkers or managers. They’re stuck in the now and not looking ahead. #lrnchat
10:54:32 am maritzavdh: Q1) What else besides authoring, own learning tools (PLN) do you consider to be “learning” tools – screenshot apps, etc.? #lrnchat
10:54:35 am swanlearninglab: RT @cpjobling: Q1) Sorry that should have been @HelenHRSC. #lrnchat
10:54:38 am daviddlacroix: Q1) Also starting to look at user-curated Google Reader bundles. #lrnchat
10:54:41 am myFootpath: @ckagy Thanks!! #lrnchat
10:54:44 am billcush: RT @EmmanuelleEN: Q1) I ask my PLN, mostly on Twitter. Online search. Wikipedia is a good starting point too. #lrnchat
10:54:45 am StephanieDaul: Think about the function and see what tools we already have and repurpose #lrnchat
10:54:47 am myFootpath: @2GFred Thanks!! #lrnchat
10:54:57 am JudithELS: Q1) Ah, yes, Blogs – what a great source they are from which to learn as well as for giving back. #lrnchat
10:55:01 am ckagy: RT @busynessgirl: Q1) I think abt wht fcn I wnt the tool 2 have, then look 4 others that need the same functionality #lrnchat < smart!
10:55:05 am trinarimmer: @briandusablon Amazing how often I get it from people who claim they want to “wow” their audience. Total #Fail. #lrnchat
10:55:14 am swanlearninglab: Q1) Sorry that should have been @HelenHRSC. #lrnchat
10:55:15 am cpjobling: Q1) Sorry that should have been @HelenHRSC. #lrnchat
10:55:15 am StephanieDaul: RT @briandusablon: Q1) I know who I hardly ever ask: coworkers or managers. Theyre stuck in the now and not looking ahead. #lrnchat
10:55:19 am eshwaranv: RT @JudithELS: Q1) Ah, yes, Blogs – what a great source they are from which to learn as well as for giving back. #lrnchat
10:55:35 am petersonandrew: @busynessgirl #lrnchat I love it when I can find an unknown tool from a different arena to to solve a similar function.
10:55:41 am briandusablon: Ditto! Save $$ by getting creative. > RT @StephanieDaul: Think about the function and see what tools we already have and repurpose #lrnchat
10:55:59 am sahana2802: @maritzavdh You might want to take a look at this: “Pecha Kucha and the art of liberating constraints” http://ht.ly/2TwWq | #lrnchat
10:56:04 am myFootpath: Q1: The guys in the IT department always seem to know about cool new tools too. #lrnchat
10:56:08 am EmmanuelleEN: Q1) Usually start by searching, to know what’s available. Then ask ppl (actually pln) for their advice. #lrnchat
10:56:09 am StephanieDaul: I don’t look to vendors who only have one solution #lrnchat
10:56:13 am ckagy: RT @briandusablon: Q1) I know who I hardly ever ask: coworkers or managers. They’re stuck in the now & not looking ahead. #lrnchat < a shame
10:56:17 am MimiBarbara: @StephanieDaul I struggle with managers who are stuck in the now as well. #lrnchat
10:56:19 am trinarimmer: RT @StephanieDaul: RT @briandusablon: Q1) I know who I hardly ever ask: coworkers or managers. Theyre stuck in the now and not looking ahead. #lrnchat
10:56:29 am maritzavdh: RT @petersonandrew: @busynessgirl #lrnchat I love it when I can find an unknown tool from a different arena to solve a similar function.
10:56:30 am billcush: Q1) Twitter, Google Books, vendor web sites often have good tools. Public libraries are great for checking out any book. #lrnchat
10:56:38 am eshwaranv: A big yes! RT @StephanieDaul: Think about the function and see what tools we already have and repurpose #lrnchat
10:57:07 am oxala75: @briandusablon i almost always (well, at last job) ask co-workers. Tight, forward focused group (perhaps to a fault) #lrnchat
10:57:14 am maritzavdh: @sahana2802 Thanks for the additional links! Started on Wikipedia, will be checking out more. Sounds so creative! #pechakucha #lrnchat
10:57:14 am billcush: Now you’re talkin’ RT @StephanieDaul: Think about the function and see what tools we already have and repurpose #lrnchat
10:57:19 am lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
10:57:42 am tmiket: RT @lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
10:57:43 am trinarimmer: Me 2! RT @petersonandrew @busynessgirl #lrnchat I love it when I find an unknown tool from a different arena to to solve a similar function.
10:57:49 am oxala75: ditto, just ending the sentence after ‘vendors’ RT @stephaniedaul I don’t look to vendors who only have one solution #lrnchat
10:57:50 am maritzavdh: Q1) Also industry magazines and newsletters feature new tools. Dedicated review sites. #lrnchat
10:57:52 am 2GFred: RT @lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
10:57:54 am petersonandrew: @myFootpath We in IT collect gadgets, it’s in our blood. #lrnchat
10:57:55 am JudithELS: RT @lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
10:57:59 am daviddlacroix: RT @lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
10:58:01 am eshwaranv: RT @lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
10:58:02 am briandusablon: @oxala75 lucky you! I’m jealous. #lrnchat
10:58:03 am cpjobling: RT @lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
10:58:08 am trinarimmer: RT @StephanieDaul: I don’t look to vendors who only have one solution #lrnchat
10:58:08 am ckagy: q1) @thiagi, the 10 minute trainer, gamestorming, telling ain’t training. all help lead me toward solutions. #lrnchat
10:58:18 am tmiket: Q2 Yes. I try to filter for the good stuff for the rest of our org. But I try LOTs personally #lrnchat
10:58:20 am reyniebanks: RT @lrnchat: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat
10:58:23 am c4lpt: RT @lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
10:58:23 am socialtech: #lrnchat q2) I sometimes look at what the worst tool is to work out what would make a great feature set for the right tool
10:58:24 am StephanieDaul: Repurposing a current tool that helps change behavior makes the business case for what you really want #lrnchat
10:58:28 am maritzavdh: RT @lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
10:58:44 am eides_2000: Q2) for myself I download the trial version and play with it to learn it and see it’s capabilities. Work, a team evals tools. #lrnchat
10:58:46 am ckagy: RT @lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
10:58:46 am oxala75: Q2) in the ‘lab’, then in secret controlled experiments, then in the open. #lrnchat
10:58:50 am angietarasoff: RT @dannymaas: Markup.io Bookmarklet Let’s You Draw on and Annotate Any Web Site http://pulsene.ws/9hvY #edchat #edtech #lrnchat
10:58:56 am myFootpath: RT @lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
10:59:02 am maritzavdh: Q2) Play with it! Use it on a realistic pilot/sample and learn it’s shortcomings/advantages. #lrnchat
10:59:15 am briandusablon: Q2) Evaluating tools: trials/demos. Test cases. Take current project and try to use a tool to develop a solution – report results. #lrnchat
10:59:25 am 2GFred: RT @eides_2000: Q2) for myself I download the trial version and play with it to learn it and see its capabilities. <- works well #lrnchat
10:59:37 am oxala75: @briandusablon well, i’m on to a new job now; have to try to cultivate same sort of environment all over again. #lrnchat
10:59:38 am myFootpath: Q2: For myself, ease of operation. How long does it take to learn and implement? Is it worth the time it takes to learn? #lrnchat
10:59:38 am lisadawley: Q2) look at functionality of the tool, then match it to the objective you’re trying to achieve #lrnchat
10:59:38 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat Q2) Cost vs Effectiveness is what the evaluation all boils down to.
10:59:38 am JudithELS: RT @socialtech: q2) I sometimes look at what the worst tool is to work out what would make a great feature set for the right tool #lrnchat
10:59:41 am olliegardener: RT @maritzavdh: Q2) Play with it! Use it on a realistic pilot/sample and learn its shortcomings/advantages. #lrnchat
10:59:47 am reyniebanks: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat : depends on topic–blogs, google, wikis, coworkers, prof orgs
10:59:49 am StephanieDaul: Q2) Use the tool and see if it does what I need it to do #lrnchat
10:59:50 am Rsuominen: What works in practise, not only in theory RT @lrnchat Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
11:00:13 am eshwaranv: Q2) Understand what can actually be done with the resources in hand. #lrnchat
11:00:19 am sheridan_webb: Q1 I go to twitter and discussion groups to help me find new sources. Too much info to just google it these days #lrnchat
11:00:22 am sahana2802: RT @JudithELS: RT @lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
11:00:24 am ckagy: q2) I eat my own dogfood. I use ’em on internal projects/training to see if good. Lets me model the use for others at same time.#lrnchat
11:00:26 am maritzavdh: Q2) Currently trying out something in plain sight, organically. With #SoMe tools, the only way to go. #lrnchat
11:00:27 am WasimB1: RT @lrnchat: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat
11:00:29 am cpjobling: Q2) It’s usually a good idea to have an “itch to scratch.” For example … I need to demo web tools to students -> WebSlides? #lrnchat
11:00:48 am myFootpath: Q2: For my company, how does it apply to our business objectives? Are we using it just because it’s nifty? #lrnchat
11:00:51 am briandusablon: Q2) Also, to @stephaniedaul’s point, I try to use existing tools to accomplish same function as new tool. What’s better value? #lrnchat
11:00:53 am JudithELS: Q2) I always try (don’t always succeed) to think is it fit for purpose. #lrnchat
11:01:03 am sifowler: Dang! Late to #lrnchat. Got timezones confused. Also not sure if what I tweet in Vegas will/should leave here.
11:01:04 am cpjobling: Q2) Then if the tool works, blog about it and share the love… #lrnchat
11:01:11 am tmiket: @ckagy Yes, “Eating own dogfood” should be a requirement for all! #lrnchat
11:01:11 am trinarimmer: Q2) Learn through trial & error with demo versions of tools. Try to apply them to a problem and see how they work out. #lrnchat
11:01:17 am daviddlacroix: RT @socialtech: q2) I sometimes look at what the worst tool is to work out what would make a great feature set for the right tool #lrnchat
11:01:27 am myFootpath: RT @maritzavdh Q2) Currently trying out something in plain sight, organically. With #SoMe tools, the only way to go. #lrnchat
11:01:39 am rscsam: @Philbradley has usually done a good job of finding and evaluating tools – a frequent first call http://bit.ly/S14pl #lrnchat
11:01:42 am myFootpath: RT @cpjobling Q2) Then if the tool works, blog about it and share the love… #lrnchat
11:01:49 am eshwaranv: RT @cpjobling: Q2) Then if the tool works, blog about it and share the love… #lrnchat
11:01:52 am theteachinggame: Q2) I always do a trial period and set a date to evaluate whether or not the new tool has improved my life/work. #lrnchat
11:02:15 am petersonandrew: Q2) i’d have to echo the “play with it” mentality for a step in evaluating anything. #lrnchat
11:02:16 am olliegardener: Q2) Ignore feature lists, business jargon and white papers – is it pleasant to use? does it produce the results I need? #lrnchat
11:02:32 am myFootpath: @petersonandrew You guys always know what’s up! (And usually how to use it too!) #lrnchat
11:02:43 am Rsuominen: RT @maritzavdh Q2) Play with it! Use it on a realistic pilot/sample and learn it’s shortcomings/advantages. #lrnchat
11:02:43 am cpjobling: RT @rscsam: @Philbradley has usually done a good job of finding and evaluating tools – a frequent first call http://bit.ly/S14pl #lrnchat
11:02:46 am StephanieDaul: Q2) Ask the ppl that will be using it the would use it #lrnchat
11:03:09 am myFootpath: RT @theteachinggame I always do a trial period and set a date to evaluate whether or not the new tool has improved my life/work. #lrnchat
11:03:13 am ckagy: q2) Is it agile? Can it become or produce a reusable asset? Does it develop a resuable skill? #lrnchat
11:03:23 am StephanieDaul: Q2) think of the tool in the context of the content…does it make sense to use it #lrnchat
11:03:49 am trinarimmer: Q2) Also rely on my personal tech screening tool (aka husband @jrimmer) to help me evaluate & find potential in tools. #lrnchat
11:03:50 am myFootpath: @sifowler Vegas??? *jealous* #lrnchat
11:03:52 am petersonandrew: @myFootpath or at least we know 53 ways to break it. #lrnchat
11:03:54 am maritzavdh: RT @olliegardener: Q2) Ignore feature lists, jargon & white papers – is it pleasant to use? does it produce results I need? #lrnchat
11:03:57 am kuriousmind: RT @lisadawley: Q2) look at functionality of the tool, then match it to the objective you’re trying to achieve #lrnchat
11:04:02 am olliegardener: YEP! RT @ckagy: q2) Is it agile? Can it become or produce a reusable asset? Does it develop a resuable skill? #lrnchat
11:04:04 am sifowler: Q0) Simon Fowler, R&D at Forum Corp, overwhelmed with glitter and gaudiness in Las Vegas. #lrnchat
11:04:09 am myFootpath: @petersonandrew LOL! #lrnchat
11:04:11 am Rsuominen: RT @petersonandrew #lrnchat Q2) Cost vs Effectiveness
11:04:19 am JudithELS: RT @StephanieDaul: Q2) think of the tool in the context of the content…does it make sense to use it <plus the context too? #lrnchat
11:04:49 am sifowler: RT @lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
11:05:02 am myFootpath: RT @Rsuominen RT @petersonandrew #lrnchat Q2) Cost vs Effectiveness >> so true. Some tools just complicate things further. #lrnchat
11:05:10 am tmiket: @trinarimmer Spouses are good for that. My wife says I’m the CIO but I know I’m really more like the help desk. #lrnchat
11:05:14 am eshwaranv: RT @olliegardener: Q2) Ignore feature lists, business jargon and white papers – is it pleasant to use? does it produce the results I need? #lrnchat
11:05:16 am trinarimmer: RT @maritzavdh: RT @olliegardener: Q2) Ignore feature lists, jargon & white papers – is it pleasant to use? does it produce results I need? #lrnchat
11:05:34 am reyniebanks: RT @lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
11:05:36 am TrDev: Why Upgrade to PeopleSoft HCM 9.1: Tune into this conversation with Jay Richey, Director, Product M… http://bit.ly/d1eh8k #trdev #lrnchat
11:05:51 am sifowler: RT @oxala75: Q2) in the ‘lab’, then in secret controlled experiments, then in the open. #lrnchat
11:06:03 am maritzavdh: Yes, fit for purpose NB. RT @lisadawley: Q2) look at functionality of tool, then match it to the objective you’re trying to achieve #lrnchat
11:06:04 am lisadawley: @billcush any favorite e-readers? kindle on ipad, anyone? #lrnchat
11:06:30 am Rsuominen: RT @olliegardener Q2) Ignore feature lists and business jargon – is it pleasant to use? does it produce the results I need? #lrnchat
11:06:36 am tmiket: @trinarimmer Does it cause you to curse aloud? that’s a quick disqualifier! #lrnchat
11:06:56 am trinarimmer: Q2) Also keep a journal with links to tools I’ve eval’d. Helps when I need a new toolset to overcome a new prob. #lrnchat
11:06:57 am tmiket: @lisadawley I really like Kindle on ipad! #lrnchat
11:06:57 am PTKLearning: Q2) Best way to evaluate the tools – is to create something real and relatively low risk to test its worth. #lrnchat
11:07:00 am WasimB1: RT @lrnchat: Q2) How do you evaluate tools for yourself and/or for your org? #lrnchat
11:07:10 am myFootpath: RT @lisadawley @billcush any favorite e-readers? kindle on ipad, anyone? >> ditto, I would like to know also! #lrnchat
11:07:17 am StephanieDaul: Q2) Are there multiple projects or programs that it can be used with #lrnchat
11:07:20 am olliegardener: @lisadawley KINDLE.. any day – presuming it really is reading you want it for!! #lrnchat
11:07:29 am JudithELS: Q2) Try to see through any hype & get to the real ads & disads. #lrnchat
11:07:36 am 2GFred: RT @PTKLearning: Q2) Best way to evaluate the tools – is to create something real and relatively low risk to test its worth. #lrnchat
11:07:54 am trinarimmer: @tmiket LOL Refer to my DH as “Tech Support”. He knows he’s in for it when he gets the email with subj “Help Tech Support, Help!” #lrnchat
11:07:57 am rjacquez: Two most excellent Tweet Chats going on now: #lrnchat http://bit.ly/dmgjjF and #tcchat http://bit.ly/dcsxai
11:08:15 am WasimB1: Q2) Self-testing or small trials to evaluate effectiveness #lrnchat
11:08:26 am briggzay: q2) i try to test them in the wild as much as possible. Very difficult to imagine emergent value in a walled-off environment #lrnchat
11:08:46 am z_rose: Q2) Very clever @dfarb says: ‘ the more expensive software is, the less likely it is that the purchaser will also be the end user’ #lrnchat
11:09:03 am trinarimmer: My personal screening method! RT tmiket Does it cause you to curse aloud? that’s a quick disqualifier! #lrnchat
11:09:16 am hamtra: Q2. I’m sitting in on a webinar to learn how we in health care can better use social media tools. So learning from peers. #lrnchat
11:09:21 am maritzavdh: @trinarimmer @tmiket Fortunately, quid pro quo in our house. Hubby provides dev & networking, I provide software & analysis.😉 #lrnchat
11:09:30 am lrnchat: Q3) How do you keep up with the rate new tools come out? #lrnchat
11:09:33 am lisadawley: @olliegardener what else can you use kindle for besides reading? #lrnchat
11:09:34 am sifowler: Q2) I use tool while handholding luddite to solve/meet an immediate business goal, see how they like it #lrnchat
11:09:36 am briandusablon: Q2) Tip: Ask vendor for a trial extension so you can apply it to a real-world scenario (or multiple) and get actual user testing. #lrnchat
11:09:39 am EmmanuelleEN: Q2) I try them for awhile depending on the time I have-which is a pb: easily rewarding tools are + likely to grab one’s attention. #lrnchat
11:09:39 am cpjobling: Q2) Re: recommendations @zaidlearn (http://bit.ly/9S5fFH) is a good resource too. Discovered through #PLENK2010. #lrnchat
11:09:43 am c4lpt: Q2) With SoMe tools it is more often than not the workers who are trying them out and implementing them, not L&D! #lrnchat
11:09:43 am sahana2802: Harold Jarche » Exploring and free ranging: http://bit.ly/9J4KwL #lrnchat
11:09:47 am oxala75: RT @z_rose: Q2) Very clever @dfarb says: ‘ the more expensive software is, the less likely it is that the purchaser will also be the end user’ #lrnchat
11:09:51 am eides_2000: RT @trinarimmer: My personal screening method! RT tmiket Does it cause you to curse aloud? thats a quick disqualifier! #lrnchat
11:09:58 am JudithELS: Too right RT @trinarimmer: My personal screening method! RT tmiket Does it cause you to curse aloud? thats a quick disqualifier! #lrnchat
11:10:09 am mrch0mp3rs: RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do you keep up with the rate new tools come out? #lrnchat
11:10:22 am StephanieDaul: RT @lisadawley: @olliegardener what else can you use kindle for besides reading? In learning – perf support #lrnchat
11:10:25 am eshwaranv: RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do you keep up with the rate new tools come out? #lrnchat
11:10:38 am z_rose: @trinarimmer I do that! If DH can’t work it out *without* reading the help docs, it’s no good. (He’s clever but not techie) #lrnchat
11:10:44 am briandusablon: Q3) Rate of new tools is not as important as the rate of people REVIEWING said tools. For instance, ELS2 for Mac – ZERO reviews. #lrnchat
11:10:48 am kuriousmind: #lrnchat Q2) I like Rod Sims’ analogy that tools R only vehicles 4 instruction we need to be sure we use car, plane, etc tech not drive inst
11:10:48 am maritzavdh: .@dfarb says: ‘ the more expensive software is, the less likely it is that the purchaser will also be the end user’ #lrnchat (via @z_rose)
11:10:54 am 2GFred: RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do you keep up with the rate new tools come out? #lrnchat
11:10:54 am JudithELS: Oh yes RT @c4lpt: Q2) With SoMe tools it is more often than not the workers who are trying them out and implementing them, not L&D! #lrnchat
11:10:55 am StephanieDaul: RT @c4lpt: Q2) With SoMe tools it is more often than not the workers who are trying them out and implementing them, not L&D! #lrnchat
11:10:57 am myFootpath: RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do you keep up with the rate new tools come out? #lrnchat
11:11:01 am bschlenker: RT @mrch0mp3rs: RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do you keep up with the rate new tools come out? #lrnchat
11:11:11 am JudithELS: RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do you keep up with the rate new tools come out? #lrnchat
11:11:13 am hamtra: @trinarimmer do you have a blog or somewhere to share that list maybe? #lrnchat
11:11:20 am briandusablon: Q3) I keep up by trying as many as I can, and letting my #PLN and trusted colleagues fill in the gaps. #lrnchat
11:11:28 am eshwaranv: Q3) Be informed of it. Bookmark it and use it only when needed. #lrnchat
11:11:33 am sifowler: Don’t be. It’s, erm, well I have no words for it. Maybe I’m too English for it. RT @myFootpath: @sifowler Vegas??? *jealous* #lrnchat
11:11:51 am StephanieDaul: Q3) Use the PLN – one person can’t keep up #lrnchat
11:11:53 am maritzavdh: RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do you keep up with the rate new tools come out? #lrnchat
11:11:56 am olliegardener: @lisadawley Kindle can browse websites, subscribe to blogs/news, some SoMe functionality. Essentially it is just a very nice reader #lrnchat
11:11:59 am myFootpath: Q3: read industry literature: magazines, blogs, etc. Attending conferences helps too. #lrnchat
11:12:03 am eestes1: RT @mrch0mp3rs: RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do you keep up with the rate new tools come out? #lrnchat
11:12:05 am cpjobling: RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do you keep up with the rate new tools come out? < Can’t and don’t [but I still try] is the correct answer! #lrnchat
11:12:08 am trinarimmer: Q3) Not sure I do keep up! Tend to rely on Tweeps, aforementioned tech savvy spouse, blogs, etc. #lrnchat
11:12:09 am eshwaranv: RT @StephanieDaul: Q3) Use the PLN – one person can’t keep up #lrnchat
11:12:11 am z_rose: Q3) Oh man, the answer is PLN again… same as Q1 and (partly) Q2… #iamsopredictable #thanksyouguys #lrnchat
11:12:15 am myFootpath: @sifowler Intense? LOL. #lrnchat
11:12:18 am sifowler: RT @briggzay: q2) i try to test them in the wild as much as possible. Very difficult to imagine emergent value in a walled-off environment #lrnchat
11:12:18 am olliegardener: RT @c4lpt: Q2) With SoMe tools it is more often than not the workers who are trying them out and implementing them, not L&D! #lrnchat
11:12:28 am StephanieDaul: Q3) use your own tools to manage the information #lrnchat
11:12:35 am sifowler: RT @z_rose: Q2) Very clever @dfarb says: ‘ the more expensive software is, the less likely it is that the purchaser will also be the end user’ #lrnchat
11:12:39 am petersonandrew: Q3) I don’t. Just like I don’t own all the tools from Home Depot. I go get what I need, when I need it, no more, no less. #lrnchat
11:12:50 am c4lpt: RT: @lrnchat: Q3) How do you keep up with the rate new tools come out? #lrnchat
11:12:50 am cpjobling: RT @StephanieDaul: Q3) Use the PLN – one person cant keep up < That’s right. Recommendations carry weight. #lrnchat
11:12:54 am lisadawley: Q3) I’ve been using a private Diigo site to store all the goodies I find, love Diigo for that purpose #lrnchat
11:12:55 am maritzavdh: And only try what I need. Don’t overkill on tools. RT @StephanieDaul: Q3) Use the PLN – one person can’t keep up #lrnchat
11:13:02 am WasimB1: “It’s not a crime to make a mistake, but it is a crime not to learn from it” .. #lrnchat
11:13:04 am socialtech: #lrnchat dumb q) what is PLN? Personal learning network?
11:13:06 am sifowler: RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do you keep up with the rate new tools come out? #lrnchat
11:13:07 am JudithELS: Q3) Twitter (surprise, surprise), blogs, e-mail newsletters to name but a few. #lrnchat
11:13:10 am 2GFred: Q3) Gather info in a tool like Evernote. Track and prioritize using techniques of GTD. #lrnchat
11:13:12 am daviddlacroix: RT @sahana2802: Harold Jarche » Exploring and free ranging: http://bit.ly/9J4KwL || Agreed! #lrnchat
11:13:17 am briandusablon: Q3) I don’t rely on industry literature unless it’s written by or linked to from someone I trust. #lrnchat
11:13:40 am tmiket: @socialtech yes! No dumb questions #lrnchat
11:13:47 am briandusablon: Exactly – you get a cookie! > RT @socialtech: #lrnchat dumb q) what is PLN? Personal learning network? #lrnchat
11:13:54 am trinarimmer: @hamtra I use Evernote to journal & highlight tools in my blog for @Mindflash. Occasionally tweet w/ links when I’m actively using. #lrnchat
11:13:54 am maritzavdh: RT @petersonandrew: Q3) Just like I don’t own everything from Home Depot. I go get what I need, when I need it, no more, no less. #lrnchat
11:13:58 am c4lpt: Q3) That’s part of my job, and then to let people know of any good ones I come across #lrnchat
11:14:04 am EmmanuelleEN: Q3) I don’t !! The point is to look for something when you need it. I treat new tools as a flow, not a queue (RT @hrheingold🙂 #lrnchat
11:14:11 am olliegardener: RT @briandusablon: Q3) I dont rely on industry literature unless its written by or linked to from someone I trust. #lrnchat
11:14:20 am eestes1: Q3) Sacrifice a lot of personal time basically. Or convince your boss to let you take 3 hours a week to research. #lrnchat
11:14:21 am petersonandrew: @socialtech PLN, personal learning network, correct #lrnchat
11:14:22 am StephanieDaul: Q3) Know what you need first – don’t go after the shinny objects #lrnchat
11:14:28 am z_rose: If I stumble on something, I instapaper it, read it over later, then off to evernote. #lrnchat
11:14:40 am trinarimmer: @socialtech Not dumb. Took me a minute to figure out too! #newbie #lrnchat
11:14:40 am theteachinggame: Q3)I don’t try and keep up with tools, I solve problems. If the tool I have isn’t doing the job well enough I search for a new one. #lrnchat
11:14:52 am z_rose: RT @briandusablon: Q3) Rate of new tools is not as important as the rate of people REVIEWING said tools. For instance, ELS2 for Mac – ZERO reviews. #lrnchat
11:14:54 am mrch0mp3rs: Me too! > RT @z_rose: If I stumble on something, I instapaper it, read it over later, then off to evernote. #lrnchat
11:15:17 am trinarimmer: RT @briandusablon: Q3) I don’t rely on industry literature unless it’s written by or linked to from someone I trust. #lrnchat
11:15:18 am maritzavdh: Personally, think home-grown social in ERP is a mistake. Integrate existing social INTO ERP. Don’t reinvent the wheel. #SoME #lrnchat
11:15:26 am eshwaranv: How true! THINK! RT @StephanieDaul: Q3) Know what you need first – don’t go after the shinny objects #lrnchat
11:15:30 am cpjobling: Q3) Theorem: PLN as source … if your pool of contacts is too small, you won’t get many recommendations. Lemma -> grow your PLN. #lrnchat
11:15:34 am tmiket: @z_rose That would be a good future topic. Your personal learning ‘infrastructure’ i.e Instapaper, Delicious. Evernote etc #lrnchat
11:15:43 am mrch0mp3rs: RT @trinarimmer: RT @briandusablon: Q3) I dont rely on industry literature unless its written by or linked to from someone I trust. #lrnchat
11:15:46 am myFootpath: Q3: I also think it’s good to wait and see how a new tool is received/reviewed before you rush out and get it for yourself. #lrnchat
11:15:55 am StephanieDaul: Q3) make the time in your day to explore new tools – actually put it on the calendar #lrnchat
11:16:06 am maritzavdh: RT @theteachinggame: Q3)I don’t try and keep, I solve problems. If tool I have isn’t doing the job I search for a new one. #lrnchat
11:16:10 am svartling: @simbeckhampson Thanks! You are great too😉 #lrnchat
11:16:28 am eshwaranv: RT @tmiket: @z_rose That would be a good future topic. Your personal learning ‘infrastructure’ i.e Instapaper, Delicious. Evernote etc #lrnchat
11:16:40 am 2GFred: RT @tmiket: @z_rose That would be a good future topic. Your personal learning infrastructure i.e Instapaper, Delicious. Evernote #lrnchat
11:16:45 am myFootpath: RT @StephanieDaul Q3) make the time in your day to explore new tools – put it on the calendar >>gr8 advice! So u make it happen! #lrnchat
11:17:03 am Rsuominen: Do I have to? RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do you keep up with the rate new tools come out? #lrnchat
11:17:06 am trinarimmer: @StephanieDaul What? No shiny objects? Bummer. I love blingy-ness. #lrnchat
11:17:08 am cpjobling: Q3) I have to admit to being a bit of a hoarder as well … a tech squirrel! #lrnchat
11:17:28 am z_rose: *Mulling* it’s not so important to have a perfect system for tracking finds, as to have *a* system… #lrnchat
11:17:45 am briandusablon: Good idea. Doing it = tough>RT @StephanieDaul: Q3) make the time in your day to explore new tools – actually put it on the calendar #lrnchat
11:17:50 am myFootpath: @Rsuominen Ha ha! You can do what I do and wait until everyone else has them and all the bugs are worked out! #lrnchat
11:17:50 am myFootpath: @Rsuominen Ha ha! You can do what I do and wait until everyone else has them and all the bugs are worked out! #lrnchat
11:17:56 am Rsuominen: RT @petersonandrew Q3) I don’t. – – I go get what I need, when I need it, no more, no less. #lrnchat
11:17:58 am eshwaranv: @Rsuominen It’s good to know… To chase it… That’s bad! #lrnchat
11:18:00 am maritzavdh: Q3) But don’t grow PLN for tools too much either. If you don’t follow up or use them, it’s just more waste. #lrnchat #lean
11:18:03 am tmiket: @z_rose agreed and curious about the systems of others. #lrnchat
11:18:27 am StephanieDaul: @trinarimmer you have lots of blink that doesn’t have value or the crowning jewel that’s worth so much #lrnchat
11:18:28 am trinarimmer: Great idea! RT @stephaniedaul Q3) make the time in your day to explore new tools – actually put it on the calendar #lrnchat
11:18:35 am briandusablon: @StephanieDaul but no excuses, right!? Just dig in and knock it out. After hours is when I do most of my testing. #lrnchat
11:18:37 am z_rose: @tmiket I *really* like the terminology you just coined – ‘personal learning intrastructure’. I’m keeping that #lrnchat
11:18:41 am hamtra: @C4LPT I look to your site and lists.🙂 #lrnchat
11:18:49 am c4lpt: Q3) Keeping abreast of new tools is important; you can oft use them 2 address problems differently rather than in the same old way #lrnchat
11:18:49 am olliegardener: q3) Involve employees in finding the tool that does the job best for them. With out them it remains just a tool. #lrnchat
11:18:59 am eshwaranv: @trinarimmer To much glimmer hurt the eyes.😎 #lrnchat
11:19:01 am PTKLearning: Q3) It is important that the tools had been reviewed by many ppl. I like star rates out of 5, look at the 3 star review and decided #lrnchat
11:19:07 am lisadawley: RT @z_rose: *Mulling* it’s not so important to have a perfect system for tracking finds, as to have *a* system… #lrnchat
11:19:21 am tmiket: @z_rose Special today only! No charge!😎 #lrnchat
11:19:26 am myFootpath: RT @olliegardener q3) Involve employees in finding the tool that does the job best for them. With out them it remains just a tool. #lrnchat
11:19:45 am briandusablon: Good idea. Build environment of innovation. RT @olliegardener: q3) Involve employees in finding tool that does job best for them. #lrnchat
11:20:02 am z_rose: RT @PTKLearning: Q3) It is important that the tools had been reviewed by many ppl. I like star rates out of 5, look at the 3 star review and decided #lrnchat
11:20:03 am myFootpath: @olliegardener And then you have their buy in, so they help you make it work for your organization! #lrnchat
11:20:15 am trinarimmer: @cpjobling They say the first step is admitting… #lrnchat
11:20:15 am michaelcjohnson: RT @theteachinggame: Q3)I don’t try and keep up with tools, I solve problems. If the tool I have isn’t doing the job well enough I search for a new one. #lrnchat
11:20:18 am maritzavdh: Q3) Be careful of chasing “new” tools all the time, though. Sometimes using existing differently ala @StephanieDaul is the answer. #lrnchat
11:20:24 am c4lpt: Q3) Your people are #lrnchat
11:20:36 am reyniebanks: RT @olliegardener: q3) Involve employees in finding the tool that does the job best for them. With out them it remains just a tool. #lrnchat
11:20:39 am michaelcjohnson: RT @c4lpt: Q3) That’s part of my job, and then to let people know of any good ones I come across #lrnchat
11:20:43 am Rsuominen: RT @eshwaranv How true! THINK! RT @StephanieDaul:Q3) Know what you need first #lrnchat
11:20:49 am z_rose: Ha ha! Yeah, that’s a very good strategy –> RT @hamtra @C4LPT I look to your site and lists.🙂 #lrnchat
11:21:05 am michaelcjohnson: RT @WasimB1: “It’s not a crime to make a mistake, but it is a crime not to learn from it” .. #lrnchat
11:21:10 am maritzavdh: Q3) Anybody remember Tucows? That was my general productivity gadget site for many years. #lrnchat
11:21:17 am olliegardener: @myFootpath You took the words right out of my mouth😀 #lrnchat
11:21:22 am lrnchat: Q4) What are some strategies to successfully replace an existing tool? #lrnchat
11:21:26 am simbeckhampson: RT @c4lpt: Q3) Your people are #lrnchat < nice
11:21:27 am briandusablon: @michaelcjohnson @theteachinggame ahh, but what if there’s a new tool that could save you hours of development? Why wait? #lrnchat
11:21:41 am trinarimmer: Keeper! RT @z_rose @tmiket I *really* like the terminology you just coined – ‘personal learning intrastructure’. I’m keeping that #lrnchat
11:21:41 am Rsuominen:🙂 RT @myFootpath @Rsuominen Ha ha! You can do what I do and wait until everyone else has them and all the bugs are worked out! #lrnchat
11:21:45 am michaelcjohnson: RT @petersonandrew: Q3) I don’t. Just like I don’t own all the tools from Home Depot. I go get what I need, when I need it, no more, no less. #lrnchat
11:21:47 am WasimB1: Sorry all, I’ve been called away and so I hope you enjoy #lrnchat .. See you all next week. Happy learning
11:21:51 am maritzavdh: RT @olliegardener: q3) Involve employees in finding the tool that does the job best for them. With out them it remains just a tool. #lrnchat
11:21:53 am petersonandrew: RT @maritzavdh: Q3) Anybody remember Tucows? That was my general productivity gadget site for many years. #lrnchat
11:21:57 am briandusablon: @maritzavdh ahh, good ol’ TUCows! Memories. #lrnchat
11:21:58 am myFootpath: Getting called away … sorry to leave early. Bye to all and thanks for a great chat!! #lrnchat
11:22:00 am mrch0mp3rs: Q3) Having strong relationships in a network helps. I don’t need to follow everything. I need to know who’s on top of what I need. #lrnchat
11:22:04 am JudithELS: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some strategies to successfully replace an existing tool? #lrnchat
11:22:09 am mrch0mp3rs: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some strategies to successfully replace an existing tool? #lrnchat
11:22:11 am myFootpath: @WasimB1 Me too! #lrnchat
11:22:22 am c4lpt: Thx @hamtra @z_rose #lrnchat
11:22:36 am petersonandrew: @maritzavdh I LOVED tucows. #lrnchat (the ultimate collection of winsock software)
11:22:39 am eshwaranv: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some strategies to successfully replace an existing tool? #lrnchat
11:22:42 am tmiket: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some strategies to successfully replace an existing tool? #lrnchat
11:22:43 am trinarimmer: @maritzavdh Wow! Tucows? I’m so having a flashback now… #lrnchat
11:22:45 am c4lpt: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some strategies to successfully replace an existing tool? #lrnchat
11:22:47 am briandusablon: What he said > @mrch0mp3rs #lrnchat
11:22:54 am cpjobling: RT @maritzavdh: Q3) Anybody remember Tucows? < Me too … before the web became the platform anyway! What’s the equivalent in web2? #lrnchat
11:23:08 am tmiket: @petersonandrew Do you know File Hippo? It’s good too #lrnchat
11:23:13 am olliegardener: @myFootpath Take care🙂 #lrnchat
11:23:16 am 2GFred: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some strategies to successfully replace an existing tool? #lrnchat
11:23:16 am cpjobling: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some strategies to successfully replace an existing tool? #lrnchat
11:23:28 am briandusablon: Q4) How to replace a tool? Just do it. If it’s a tool worthy of using, it shouldn’t be difficult. #lrnchat
11:23:29 am petersonandrew: Q4) Step 1, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it #lrnchat
11:23:37 am michaelcjohnson: @briandusablon @theteachinggame I agree that is a good argument for keeping up on new developments #lrnchat
11:23:43 am theteachinggame: Q4) It’s not that difficult to replace old tools. Usually you are moving on to new ones because the old ones didn’t work..right?🙂 #lrnchat
11:23:52 am z_rose: hey @finiteattention @siibo, you should join us over here on #lrnchat! It’s on for another 30 mins > lots of gems
11:24:01 am reyniebanks: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some strategies to successfully replace an existing tool? #lrnchat
11:24:01 am eshwaranv: I was about to say that. Important! RT @petersonandrew: Q4) Step 1, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it #lrnchat
11:24:07 am briandusablon: Q4) If you’re talking training development, convert the old materials as they come up for maintenance. #lrnchat
11:24:12 am mrch0mp3rs: Q4) Get people into the act of networking; not the tool you’re using. Approach any tool like it’s going to go away someday. #lrnchat
11:24:16 am tmiket: Q4 have a backup plan in case the new tool doesn’t work out #lrnchat
11:24:18 am c4lpt: Q4) Is it applicable in the (bottom-up) “new social learning” world or just replicating the traditional top-down model of learning #lrnchat
11:24:31 am stipton: RT @lisadawley: Q3) I’ve been using a private Diigo site to store all the goodies I find, love Diigo for that purpose #lrnchat
11:24:35 am simbeckhampson: Q4) Creativity freedom to explore is key… #lrnchat
11:24:41 am eshwaranv: Q4) Know whether the replacement will actually get the job done. #lrnchat
11:25:01 am TerrenceWing: It may not be broke but that doesn’t mean it’s efficient RT @petersonandrew: Q4) Step 1, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it #lrnchat
11:25:06 am maritzavdh: Big wave to all those who remember Tucows fondly. #lrnchat In web 2.0 no equivalent – all dispersed through PLN, it seems.
11:25:11 am cpjobling: Q3) At Swansea U we have lunch-time tech sharing sessions … but audience is small. Do a top 10 tools every year. #lrnchat
11:25:14 am z_rose: @eshwaranv disagree – things that aren’t *technically* broken can be slow, unwieldy, generally sub-awesome. #lrnchat
11:25:45 am eshwaranv: Q4) Make a list of options which will serve as an ideal replacement and try them. Also, get in touch with your PLN. #lrnchat
11:25:46 am simbeckhampson: Q4) I’m finding #twazzup VERY useful… #lrnchat
11:25:47 am trinarimmer: Q4) If it’s the right tool for the right problem – done deal. #lrnchat
11:25:51 am petersonandrew: Q4) Step 1.5, unless someone budgeted for a fix, in which case you mess with it until it’s broken and requires a fix #lrnchat
11:26:02 am mrch0mp3rs: Note to self: I need to blog next about how the “ain’t broke/don’t fix it” notion is actually broken. #lrnchat
11:26:05 am cpjobling: Q4) Sharing can backfire though! Last year I shared Ning, the day before they killed free accounts! #lrnchat
11:26:05 am briandusablon: RT @TerrenceWing: It may not be broke but that doesnt mean its efficient @petersonandrew Q4) Step 1, if it aint broke, dont fix it #lrnchat
11:26:06 am reyniebanks: RT @petersonandrew: Q4) Step 1, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it #lrnchat
11:26:12 am TerrenceWing: Q4) Test Test Test the new tool before you abandon the old. #lrnchat
11:26:23 am maritzavdh: Q4) What are some strategies to successfully replace an existing tool? #lrnchat
11:26:30 am PTKLearning: Q4) Productive, Economic and Trend — why we replace old tools??? #lrnchat
11:26:59 am briandusablon: Me too! Battle! RT @mrch0mp3rs: Note to self: I need to blog next about how the “aint broke/dont fix it” notion is actually broken. #lrnchat
11:27:03 am petersonandrew: @z_rose New word of the day “sub-awesome” thank you #lrnchat
11:27:04 am maritzavdh: Nothing worse than graveyard of half-used tools. RT @petersonandrew: Q4) Step 1, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it #lrnchat
11:27:05 am TerrenceWing: The tool may be incredible but if you don’t manage the process of change, the users may commit mutiny #lrnchat
11:27:23 am TerrenceWing: There are no bad tools only fickle users #lrnchat
11:27:24 am torriedunlap: Q4) If the new tool is for multi-users conduct your change management strategies! Ppl may love the old tool-if it works or not. #lrnchat
11:27:28 am z_rose: There’s a difference between replacing a tool and replacing a work process – sometimes doing the latter is the better option #lrnchat
11:27:28 am simbeckhampson: @mrch0mp3rs agree… old way of thinking, disruption occurs while you’ve got your head in the sand #lrnchat
11:27:37 am Rsuominen: Good principle! RT @petersonandrew: Q4) Step 1, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it #lrnchat
11:27:38 am mrch0mp3rs: @briandusablon Oh, it’s on Houston Stormshadow! #lrnchat
11:27:49 am trinarimmer: Excellent point! Shelf-life always a consideration. RT @mrch0mp3rs “Q4)…Approach any tool like it’s going to go away someday.” #lrnchat
11:27:52 am socialtech: #lrnchat q4) I hate “if it aint broke…” so… closed minded. (sorry)
11:28:02 am maritzavdh: Q4) For some tools, data migration is important. If business-critical, plan properly for risk and eventualities. Then Just Do It. #lrnchat
11:28:16 am eshwaranv: @z_rose Just because something new is awesome, it can’t be taken for granted that the old one can’t do it. Evaluate. #lrnchat
11:28:38 am eshwaranv: RT @TerrenceWing: There are no bad tools only fickle users #lrnchat
11:28:47 am tmiket: @socialtech There is sometime validity in “if it ain’t broke, break it!” #lrnchat
11:28:58 am mrch0mp3rs: Anyone see “Ronin” (Robert DeNiro)? I don’t walk into a technology without a way out. #lrnchat
11:29:12 am petersonandrew: @mrch0mp3rs I would concede that it’s a balancing act, working solutions just require more justification for a “fix” #lrnchat
11:29:44 am olliegardener: So tools need to facilitate that. Enable initiative, learning and engagement. @DerekWWade RT: Tools aren’t agile, people are. #lrnchat
11:29:52 am z_rose: Q4 @maritzavdh is on the money – don’t forget the data migration. (Actually that’s another Q1 answer, I look for data export 1st) #lrnchat
11:29:55 am maritzavdh: Q4) If the requires buy-in, wait for a “help us” moment. Let the need speak for itself. Cajoling and convincing doesn’t work. #lrnchat
11:30:07 am c4lpt: Q4) Taking the learning to (the places where) your people are and not forcing them to come to unfamiliar learning systems #lrnchat
11:30:14 am briandusablon: You said that last week🙂 RT @mrch0mp3rs: Anyone see “Ronin” (Robert DeNiro)? I dont walk into a technology without a way out. #lrnchat
11:30:15 am eshwaranv: @tmiket Why break it just like that? Push it to see how far it goes. If it doesn’t the breaking will happen eventually. #lrnchat
11:30:19 am simbeckhampson: Q4) Understanding the problem your trying to solve is pretty important… start there. #lrnchat
11:30:22 am socialtech: @tmiket of course. but generally people who say that are of that mindset #lrnchat
11:30:23 am trinarimmer: Implementation fails breed distrust. RT @maritzavdh @petersonandrew Q4) Step 1, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it #lrnchat
11:30:27 am lisadawley: can anyone post a question in #lrnchat or is it moderated? thanks, I’m new today
11:30:32 am cpjobling: Q4) There has to be a USP. With web 2.0 it’s collaboration … collaboration by email file exchange is still dominant model though! #lrnchat
11:30:33 am ISD20: RT @eshwaranv: RT @TerrenceWing: There are no bad tools only fickle users #lrnchat
11:31:03 am PTKLearning: 4) change is important otherwise you will get left behind. This why elearning is behind the rest of the media technology world? #lrnchat
11:31:07 am mrch0mp3rs: EXACTLY, except ppl lose agility if it’s never reinforced > RT @olliegardener @DerekWWade RT: Tools arent agile, people are. #lrnchat
11:31:11 am c4lpt: Q4) Just because it ain’t broken, doesnt mean it can’t be done better #lrnchat
11:31:15 am JudithELS: Spot on here RT @simbeckhampson: Q4) Understanding the problem your trying to solve is pretty important… start there. #lrnchat
11:31:31 am z_rose: @eshwaranv @mSenbetta actually I agree – see my last ‘sometimes better to replace the work process than the tool’🙂 #lrnchat
11:31:38 am busynessgirl: I always start on #lrnchat and then get sidetracked by in-person conversations. Sigh.
11:31:40 am StephanieDaul: Do a drive by – tell them about the tool then walk away and let them think about how to use it – then come back to it later #lrnchat
11:31:43 am lisadawley: RT @PTKLearning: 4) change is important otherwise you will get left behind. This why elearning is behind the rest of the media technology world? #lrnchat
11:31:43 am maritzavdh: Q4) Find a champion (or three). Preferably not you, if you’re the one who first found it. Especially for #SoMe & collaboration. #lrnchat
11:31:53 am trinarimmer: RT @JudithELS: Spot on here RT @simbeckhampson: Q4) Understanding the problem your trying to solve is pretty important… start there. #lrnchat
11:32:01 am danielbeattydvm: I’d read that RT @mrch0mp3rs: Note to self: I need to blog next about how the “ain’t broke/don’t fix it” notion is actually broken. #lrnchat
11:32:03 am simbeckhampson: Q4) Benchmark… #lrnchat
11:32:33 am eshwaranv: Yes RT @z_rose: @eshwaranv @mSenbetta actually I agree -see my last ‘sometimes better to replace the work process than the tool’🙂 #lrnchat
11:32:35 am cpjobling: Q4) My normal mode is stealth-mode introduction. I’m just a small cog in a big machine though. And a Uni machine is really big! #lrnchat
11:32:40 am z_rose: @lisadawley the questions are picked in advance – @lrnchat announces new ones every so often🙂
11:32:45 am olliegardener: LOL! “If it aint doing it any better, don’t” RT @socialtech: #lrnchat q4) I hate “if it aint broke…” so… closed minded. (sorry) #lrnchat
11:32:53 am Rsuominen: RT @JudithELS: Spot on here RT @simbeckhampson: Q4) Understanding the problem your trying to solve is pretty important… start there. #lrnchat
11:32:55 am derekwwade: @mrch0mp3rs @olliegardener OK so tools should reinforce agility by GETTING OUT OF THE WAY. Simplicity, elegancy, convention. #lrnchat
11:33:02 am mrch0mp3rs: @petersonandrew I think about this: if you accept that there will only ever be working solutions, then solutions will always work. #lrnchat
11:33:03 am maritzavdh: Q4) Sometimes, people don’t realize IT (tool or process) is broken until yous how them with a new tool or process. #lrnchat
11:33:06 am briandusablon: @lisadawley welcome! Post away! #lrnchat
11:33:07 am simbeckhampson: @StephanieDaul Very good… let the ‘children’ play. #lrnchat
11:33:16 am lrnchat: Q5) With technology constantly being advanced, how do you deal with “life in perpetual beta”? #lrnchat
11:33:17 am lahaynes: RT @PTKLearning: Q4) Productive, Economic and Trend — why we replace old tools??? #lrnchat
11:33:22 am 2GFred: @lisadawley All comments welcome. Look to @lrnchat to see Q’s that have been posed to the group. New topic ea 20 minutes. #lrnchat
11:33:30 am mrch0mp3rs: @briandusablon I’m all about reusability. #lrnchat😉
11:33:31 am olliegardener: RT @c4lpt: Q4) Just because it aint broken, doesnt mean it cant be done better #lrnchat
11:33:32 am c4lpt: RT: @lrnchat: Q5) With technology constantly being advanced, how do you deal with “life in perpetual beta”? #lrnchat
11:33:34 am reyniebanks: RT @simbeckhampson: Q4) Benchmark… #lrnchat
11:33:38 am tmiket: @socialtech The trick is to know when to break it and when not to. #lrnchat
11:33:40 am JudithELS: RT @lrnchat: Q5) With technology constantly being advanced, how do you deal with “life in perpetual beta”? #lrnchat
11:33:41 am KaSpill: Oooh look it’s us lot! http://www.twazzup.com/?q=%23lrnchat&l=all RT@ simbeckhampson Q4) I’m finding #twazzup VERY useful… #lrnchat
11:33:47 am maritzavdh: Not about “bad”. Just not “good for what we need”. RT @eshwaranv: RT @TerrenceWing: There are no bad tools only fickle users #lrnchat
11:33:53 am tmiket: RT @lrnchat: Q5) With technology constantly being advanced, how do you deal with “life in perpetual beta”? #lrnchat
11:33:57 am trinarimmer: RT @mrch0mp3rs: @petersonandrew I think about this: if you accept that there will only ever be working solutions, then solutions will always work. #lrnchat
11:33:58 am eshwaranv: RT @lrnchat: Q5) With technology constantly being advanced, how do you deal with “life in perpetual beta”? #lrnchat
11:34:02 am 2GFred: RT @lrnchat: Q5) With technology constantly being advanced, how do you deal with “life in perpetual beta”? #lrnchat
11:34:08 am tmiket: Q5 The only constant is change! #lrnchat
11:34:14 am simbeckhampson: @KaSpill🙂 Nice #lrnchat
11:34:18 am reyniebanks: RT @lrnchat: Q5) With technology constantly being advanced, how do you deal with “life in perpetual beta”? #lrnchat
11:34:26 am derekwwade: @ckagy Tools support process, but process never created a thing in its life.🙂 “People over process:” http://agilemanifesto.org #lrnchat
11:34:27 am c4lpt: Q5) Gotta accept it and go with the flow; don’t try and pretend it’s not happening #lrnchat
11:34:30 am ckagy: Q4) understand very well _why_ you need to replace a tool first #lrnchat
11:34:30 am trinarimmer: RT @mrch0mp3rs: @briandusablon I’m all about reusability. #lrnchat😉
11:35:01 am petersonandrew: @mrch0mp3rs then we get into debates of what is truly “broken” and what a “solutions” is. #lrnchat
11:35:06 am cpjobling: Q4) Email is a trending technology at Swansea University. Even professor’s (assistants) use it😉. #lrnchat
11:35:24 am eshwaranv: Q5) Life in perpetual beta by a single person is stagnation. Collaboration might make things better. #lrnchat
11:35:32 am c4lpt: @lisadawley Lisa, the questions are set up in advance. if you have any suggestions go to lrnchat.com #lrnchat
11:35:34 am JudithELS: RT @c4lpt: Q5) Gotta accept it and go with the flow; dont try and pretend its not happening <Yes, & if beta-adverse then wait. #lrnchat
11:35:37 am olliegardener: RT @derekwwade: @mrch0mp3rs OK so tools should reinforce agility by GETTING OUT OF THE WAY. Simplicity, elegancy, effectiveness(!) #lrnchat
11:35:52 am cpjobling: RT @lrnchat: Q5) With technology constantly being advanced, how do you deal with “life in perpetual beta”? #lrnchat
11:35:56 am dpeter: RT @tmiket: Q5 The only constant is change! #lrnchat
11:35:58 am ckagy: q5) Focus on your processes and not the technology, that way the tool can change but the process is consistent #lrnchat
11:36:04 am Rsuominen: RT @tmiket: Q5 The only constant is change! #lrnchat
11:36:05 am simbeckhampson: Q5) Deal with life in perpetual beta by adopting a perpetual beta mentality… change is complex, embrace it. #lrnchat
11:36:06 am trinarimmer: Q5) I like the perpetual beta – keeps things lively, sharp, and never boring. Same is over-rated. #lrnchat
11:36:23 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat I see ITs job as filtering out the beta for the end users.
11:36:24 am maritzavdh: RT @lrnchat: Q5) With technology constantly being advanced, how do you deal with “life in perpetual beta”? #lrnchat
11:36:25 am torriedunlap: RT @lrnchat: Q5) With technology constantly being advanced, how do you deal with “life in perpetual beta”? #lrnchat
11:36:29 am briandusablon: RT @ckagy: q5) Focus on your processes and not the technology, that way the tool can change but the process is consistent #lrnchat
11:36:42 am olliegardener: RT @trinarimmer: Q5) I like the perpetual beta – keeps things lively, sharp, and never boring. Same is over-rated. #lrnchat
11:36:56 am c4lpt: @cpjobling Wow you’ve arrived in the 20th century then at least😉 #lrnchat
11:37:09 am eshwaranv: @maritzavdh Evaluation should precede before saying that something is not good for what we need. Fickle users don’t evaluate… #lrnchat
11:37:11 am theteachinggame: Q5) Embrace change with childlike joy! #lrnchat
11:37:13 am jenisecook: Future Shock, Alvin Toffler: Predictions for the next 40 years: http://usat.ly/cb04Xk #mlearncon #lrnchat #dl10 #elearning
11:37:14 am mrch0mp3rs: @petersonandrew There’s no debate here; I just don’t believe any fix is truly permanent. We can negotiate when we decide to fix. #lrnchat
11:37:16 am z_rose: Q5) slightly freaked out on a semi-regular basis, actually. What if I’m doing bad/out-of-date/non-durable work and I don’t know it? #lrnchat
11:37:17 am ckagy: RT @lrnchat: Q5) With technology constantly being advanced, how do you deal with “life in perpetual beta”? #lrnchat
11:37:21 am reyniebanks: RT @ckagy: q5) Focus on your processes and not the technology, that way the tool can change but the process is consistent #lrnchat
11:37:26 am torriedunlap: RT @tmiket: Q5 The only constant is change! #lrnchat YES!!
11:37:29 am simbeckhampson: @ckagy – that’s good… #lrnchat
11:37:58 am petersonandrew: RT @trinarimmer: Q5) I like the perpetual beta – keeps things lively, sharp, and never boring. Same is over-rated. #lrnchat
11:37:59 am maritzavdh: Q5) Change is constant. Accept it. Use it. But refer to “don’t fix if it ain’t broke”. Evolution happens when needed, not forced. #lrnchat
11:38:02 am briandusablon: QWrap) Bailing early today, been a fun one people. Keep up the good work. Brian Dusablon, Learning Geek, Houston. I’m here to help! #lrnchat
11:38:09 am c4lpt: RT @simbeckhampson: Q5) Deal with life in perpetual beta by adopting a perpetual beta mentality… change is complex, embrace it. #lrnchat
11:38:10 am trinarimmer: RT @simbeckhampson: Q5) Deal with life in perpetual beta by adopting a perpetual beta mentality… change is complex, embrace it. #lrnchat
11:38:18 am PTKLearning: Q5) we need to become innovators, it is not about changing the old: its progressing the new, working in beta means progression #lrnchat
11:38:24 am nlkilkenny: Q2?) What about considering task goals & user needs before choosing type of gui or tool? #lrnchat
11:38:38 am eshwaranv: @olliegardener Not quite sure of that… What is there to be gained at the end of the day? #lrnchat
11:38:44 am JudithELS: RT @jenisecook: Future Shock, Alvin Toffler: Predictions for the next 40 years: http://usat.ly/cb04Xk <Yikes, I’d better read this. #lrnchat
11:38:50 am cpjobling: RT @c4lpt: Q4) Just because it aint broken, doesnt mean it cant be done better < but inertia is Newtonian! #lrnchat
11:38:54 am weblearning: Sorry I’m late. I play with the phrase “Beta is Better” to convince myself that this is a choice to live in a changing world. #lrnchat
11:38:58 am mrch0mp3rs: @olliegardener @derekwwade tools, environment, organizational culture – we want to be pliable, permeable, evergreen and aware. #lrnchat
11:39:09 am simbeckhampson: @PTKLearning ie. Working Smarter🙂 #lrnchat
11:39:10 am ermphd: @jenisecook You mean the guiy who prommised us 4 hr work days? #mlearncon #lrnchat #dl10 #elearning
11:40:00 am olliegardener: @eshwaranv surely you would want it to actually produce the effect you are after too?🙂 #lrnchat
11:40:05 am z_rose: Q5) I like to keep some things stable. In 2051, I will still have a dusty, broken-down copy of textpad somewhere on my computer #lrnchat
11:40:19 am LandDDave: Greetings All. Just got out of a meeting and figured 20 minutes of #lrnchat is better than non at all. #lrnchat
11:40:21 am eshwaranv: @maritzavdh Yes. That’s evaluation. If the results are conclusive, we’ve got to move on. I don’t use Wordstar today. #lrnchat
11:40:37 am jenisecook: RT @rjacquez: Two most excellent Tweet Chats going on now: #lrnchat http://bit.ly/dmgjjF and #tcchat http://bit.ly/dcsxai
11:40:39 am cpjobling: Q5) Life in perpetual beta … is that like Life on Mars? My name’s Sam Tyler… play the Bowie [obscure UK cultural reference] #lrnchat
11:40:39 am lisadawley: Q5) I like the opportunity of perpetual beta, I can always be learning and inquiring, realizing no one knows it all is empowering #lrnchat
11:40:43 am PTKLearning: @simbeckhampson absolutely #lrnchat
11:41:00 am simbeckhampson: Q4) Social structure now exists online, its time to move on and deploy game design to develop engagement = future. #lrnchat
11:41:03 am trinarimmer: @torriedunlap – @tmiket is on a quotability roll today! #lrnchat
11:41:10 am z_rose: Aigh – gotta go. Really good #lrnchat all, thanks so much (as always).
11:41:33 am eshwaranv: @olliegardener Beta is not bad. Perpetual beta might be. #lrnchat
11:41:38 am maritzavdh: Or better. RT @ckagy: q5) Focus on your processes & not the technology, that way the tool can change but the process is consistent #lrnchat
11:42:01 am c4lpt: Q5) You certainly can’t do benchmarking exercises that last for months, and expect software solutions to go on for years #lrnchat
11:42:16 am TerrenceWing: @mrch0mp3rs Cool flick and nice analogy. I think I found a fellow film freak. First SOA now Ronin. Were we separated at birth #lrnchat
11:42:32 am cpjobling: Q5) Even Google was beta once upon a time. Beta ain’t what it used to be: it’s evolving not unfinished. #lrnchat
11:42:33 am EmmanuelleEN: Q5) Focus on goals. Tools help achieve goals. Tools are tools, not goals. #lrnchat
11:42:41 am maritzavdh: @eshwaranv Some orgs cling to old tools, though. “Always been done” “Too much invested”. That often needs a quiet revolution.😉 #lrnchat
11:42:43 am torriedunlap: RT @trinarimmer: @torriedunlap – @tmiket is on a quotability roll today! LOL! #lrnchat
11:42:53 am tmiket: Q5 Do something then adapt is usually better than test forever looking for ‘perfect’ #lrnchat
11:43:14 am mrch0mp3rs: @TerrenceWing Perhaps we were separated at birth. How often do you need a shave? #lrnchat
11:43:14 am simbeckhampson: RT @EmmanuelleEN: Q5) Focus on goals. Tools help achieve goals. Tools are tools, not goals. < Agree #lrnchat
11:43:16 am ckagy: Yes RT @maritzavdh: Or better. RT @ckagy: q5) Focus on yr processes …, that way the tool cn change but the process is consistent #lrnchat
11:43:17 am dennisschleiche: RT @mrch0mp3rs: Anyone see “Ronin” (Robert DeNiro)? I don’t walk into a technology without a way out. #lrnchat
11:43:21 am eshwaranv: @nlkilkenny Perpetual beta is like floating in space… You’re there for eternity without air to breathe. Now where was I? #lrnchat
11:43:34 am maritzavdh: Good point from @c4lpt. With rapid business change, rapid adoption and evolution becoming more common. #lrnchat
11:43:39 am reyniebanks: RT @EmmanuelleEN: Q5) Focus on goals. Tools help achieve goals. Tools are tools, not goals. #lrnchat
11:43:48 am cpjobling: RT @maritzavdh: @eshwaranv Some orgs cling to old tools, though < the Internet 6 issue! #lrnchat
11:44:01 am trinarimmer: @TerrenceWing @mrch0mp3rs What is it with guys and Ronin? Guess that’s a whole different chat, eh? #lrnchat
11:44:19 am simbeckhampson: I used Benchmark in this sense, to mean study those in the same market means see how others in the same #lrnchat
11:44:20 am ckagy: Q5) Remember, change for change’s sake may not be best. Have a goal in mind with tool changes. #lrnchat
11:44:30 am JudithELS: RT @tmiket: Q5 Do something then adapt is usually better than test forever looking for perfect <Yes, because ‘perfect’ dosn’t exist #lrnchat
11:44:31 am cpjobling: I meant internet *explorer* 6 of course. Blast that over hasty enter key! #lrnchat
11:44:36 am eshwaranv: @maritzavdh @cpjobling Very true… I’ve seen that!😦 #lrnchat
11:44:40 am trinarimmer: RT @maritzavdh: Good point from @c4lpt. With rapid business change, rapid adoption and evolution becoming more common. #lrnchat
11:44:47 am ckagy: Q5) Establish success criteria for the change and be able to back down if it fails. #lrnchat
11:44:54 am trinarimmer: RT @ckagy: Q5) Remember, change for change’s sake may not be best. Have a goal in mind with tool changes. #lrnchat
11:45:13 am mrch0mp3rs: @trinarimmer I can reframe to Pretty Woman or another choice, if you’d prefer. I’m quite agile with movie and music references. #lrnchat
11:45:20 am eshwaranv: RT @ckagy: Q5) Establish success criteria for the change and be able to back down if it fails. #lrnchat
11:45:32 am maritzavdh: @briandusablon Bye! Nice running into you on #lrnchat.
11:45:33 am PTKLearning: RT @maritzavdh: Good point from @c4lpt. With rapid business change, rapid adoption and evolution becoming more common. #lrnchat
11:45:50 am lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome, too. #lrnchat
11:46:05 am lisadawley: Q5) serendipty is an important part of discovery; sometimes we just play with the tools to figure out new uses, no goal in mind #lrnchat
11:46:13 am JudithELS: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome, too. #lrnchat
11:46:13 am c4lpt: Q5) As everything is changing so fast, I think it is unwise to sign up to long time software license commitments #lrnchat
11:46:31 am reyniebanks: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome, too. #lrnchat
11:47:10 am ckagy: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome, too. #lrnchat
11:47:24 am c4lpt: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome, too. #lrnchat
11:47:36 am mrch0mp3rs: RT @c4lpt: Q5) As everything is changing so fast, I think it is unwise to sign up to long time software license commitments #lrnchat
11:47:38 am JudithELS: Many thanks everyone for a really useful chat today, Judith C-C signing out (I’ve got that right at long last). See you next week. #lrnchat
11:47:43 am simbeckhampson: RT @lisadawley: Q5) serendipty is an important part of discovery < put yourself in the position where serendipity can find you… #lrnchat
11:47:49 am eshwaranv: #lrnchat Qwrap already? This is Vytheeshwaran, science teacher from Chennai, India, blogging at http://eshwaranv.wordpress.com
11:47:59 am cpjobling: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome, too. #lrnchat
11:48:01 am simbeckhampson: @JudithELS😉 #lrnchat
11:48:14 am 2GFred: Qwrap) Fred Stevens. Learning. Sharing. Growing. Very interesting discussion, I’ll be thinking re analogies with tools all day. #lrnchat
11:48:17 am maritzavdh: Q5) Beta phrase overused, though. Every new version of product is evolution. There is no such thing as “complete” software. #lrnchat #agile
11:48:18 am olliegardener: @c4lpt It is the era of software on demand begins? – available to trial before use – scalable and flexible as the need changes. #lrnchat
11:48:36 am theteachinggame: Thanks for the chat! Katie Hellerman, Just posted my new book Winning the Teaching Game for free download http://tiny.cc/8519o5jkhj #lrnchat
11:48:44 am TerrenceWing: @mrch0mp3rs I have to shave 2x a day or animal control starts chasing me through the neighborhood. Hmmm maybe we are related #lrnchat
11:48:46 am Rsuominen: Agreed RT @lisadawley Serendipty is an important part of discovery; sometimes we just play with the tools to figure out new uses #lrnchat
11:48:56 am tmiket: Qwrap. Mike Taylor in Cbus, multitasking w/ lunch, work and #lrnchat Thanks all!
11:48:59 am ckagy: QWrap) Chris Kagy, trainer/analyst/instigator with Devis in Washington DC. #lrnchat
11:49:09 am mrch0mp3rs: Aaron Silvers, Chicago, IL. Latest blog post on how Undo is harder than doing something New > http://beard.it/c84asY #lrnchat
11:49:12 am olliegardener: RT @maritzavdh: Q5) Beta phrase overused. No such thing as “complete” software. Avoid abondonware! #lrnchat
11:49:18 am maritzavdh: RT @JudithELS: RT @tmiket: Q5 Do something, adapt usually better than test forever. <Yes, because ‘perfect’ dosn’t exist #lrnchat
11:49:21 am socialtech: #lrnchat done now on to #meetdraw see y’all there!
11:49:26 am theteachinggame: @michaelcjohnson @briandusablon @maritzavdh thanks for sharing your thoughts today!🙂 #lrnchat
11:49:30 am c4lpt: #lrnchat PLEASE contribute to the Top 100 tools list (closes Sunday) last years preso seen by 90,000+ on Slideshare http://bit.ly/9c2Zpd
11:49:38 am TerrenceWing: @trinarimmer @mrch0mp3rs If we start a chat on that it might turn into a Dinero fest #lrnchat
11:49:51 am PTKLearning: Qwrap) Patrick Fitzpatrick @PTKLearning elearning innovators from Sheffield (UK) – mixing up the elearning world #lrnchat
11:49:51 am cpjobling: Qwrap) Chris Jobling, squirrel living life in perpetual beta and blogging as fresh and crispy: http://blog.cpjobling.org. TTFN #lrnchat
11:49:54 am lisadawley: #lrnchat loved this! Lisa Dawley, chair of EdTech at Boise State Univ. http://bit.ly/bVDqlq, wrote “Tools for Successful Online Teaching”
11:49:57 am maritzavdh: We got it.😉 RT @cpjobling: I meant internet *explorer* 6 of course. Blast that over hasty enter key! #lrnchat @eshwaranv
11:50:13 am simbeckhampson: QWrap) Enjoyed… thanks > #lrnchat
11:50:14 am trinarimmer: @mrch0mp3rs Blech! No Pretty Woman for me, please. Star Trek/Star Wars/Airplane/BigLebowski references are all I need. #lrnchat
11:50:41 am maritzavdh: Q5) On old tools – sometimes you just have to take a stand and say “no more”. #ie6 #win2000 #novell #lrnchat
11:50:59 am PTKLearning: My first time on #lrnchat – really enjoyable – looking forward to the next one
11:51:10 am simbeckhampson: RT @c4lpt: PLS contribute to the Top 100 tools list (closes Sunday) last yrs preso seen by 90k+ on Slideshare http://bit.ly/9c2Zpd #lrnchat
11:51:33 am StephanieDaul: Stephanie Daul, Instructional Designer, Chicago, see some of you at #devlearn10 #lrnchat
11:51:36 am nlkilkenny: #lrnchat Natalie Laderas-Kilkenny here Instructional designer from #pdx Oregon. Enjoying unseasonably sunny weather🙂
11:51:37 am eshwaranv: Talking about software, here are my thoughts on good ol PPT, one of the most abused software: http://bit.ly/9bvmsC What do u think? #lrnchat
11:51:43 am eshwaranv: RT @maritzavdh: We got it.😉 RT @cpjobling: I meant internet *explorer* 6 of course. Blast that over hasty enter key! #lrnchat @eshwaranv
11:51:52 am maritzavdh: @lisadawley Hope you enjoyed your first #lrnchat. Agree on the serendipity aspect. Finding new things by accident is awesome.
11:52:08 am eshwaranv: RT @simbeckhampson: RT @c4lpt: PLS contribute to the Top 100 tools list (closes Sunday) last yrs preso seen by 90k+ on Slideshare http://bit.ly/9c2Zpd #lrnchat
11:52:15 am trinarimmer: QWrap) Trina Rimmer, Writer, ID – student of life, fan of bad puns and good humor. Follow me/check out my blog for @mindlfash. #lrnchat
11:52:44 am Rsuominen: Thanks, it’s been great talking with you. – Riitta Suominen from Finland, #eLearning Consultant, Course Designer, Writer #lrnchat
11:52:47 am nlkilkenny: #lrnchat my somewhat infrequently updated learning blog http://nkilkenny.wordpress.com.
11:52:47 am lisadawley: @maritzavdh thanks, loved the chat, and the organization, very interesting! #lrnchat
11:53:01 am olliegardener: Ollie Gardener. Founder of NoddlePod, a networking application for social learning. Beta coming soon🙂 #lrnchat
11:53:05 am torriedunlap: Qwrap) Torrie, San Diego, Check out our pretty new website at kitonline.org #lrnchat
11:53:25 am eshwaranv: Thanks to @maritzavdh @cpjobling @olliegardener @nlkilkenny @z_rose @Rsuominen @StephanieDaul @myFootpath for a great convo! #lrnchat
11:53:42 am jarroddodson: Q0) that learning how to do something completely new with unlimited creative control isn’t as easy or fun as it sounds! #lrnchat
11:54:17 am maritzavdh: Thanks to all for a great #lrnchat today. Feels like this topic is not done, like evolving software.😉 Always a good sign. #lrnchat
11:54:20 am cpjobling: Still internet v6 … just think what that will be like! [Just realized that that would be IPV6 and that it already exists] Doh! #lrnchat
11:54:34 am chambo_online: RT @c4lpt: #lrnchat PLEASE contribute to the Top 100 tools list (closes Sunday) last years preso seen by 90,000+ on Slideshare http://bit.ly/9c2Zpd
11:55:21 am olliegardener: Check out my new blog post “Never blame the lettuce” on blog.noddlesoft.com. Thanks for a great #lrnchat #lrnchat
11:55:54 am jenisecook: Nope, diff guy. Toffler.com >> RT @ermphd @jenisecook You mean the guywho prommised us 4 hr work days? #mlearncon #lrnchat #dl10 #elearning
11:56:17 am trinarimmer: @torriedunlap Your site is VERY pretty! #lrnchat
11:56:24 am CraigTaylor74: RT @c4lpt: #lrnchat PLEASE contribute to the Top 100 tools list (closes Sunday) last years preso seen by 90,000+ on Slideshare http://bit.ly/9c2Zpd
11:57:57 am trinarimmer: @olliegardener Nice blog post – very good points. #lrnchat
11:58:03 am jarroddodson: Q1) My struggle is finding ways to make the old tools do what I want them to do without additional cost involved #lrnchat
11:58:07 am jarroddodson: RT @lrnchat: Q1) When looking for new tools, what information sources do you use? #lrnchat
11:58:24 am lrnchat: Thank you for joining us on #lrnchat. Pls invite others next week & tell us if you blog about the conversation. http://lrnchat.com

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