21 October – Early

lrnchat Welcome everyone to #lrnchat. How have you been? Q0 warm up after the rules. 10/21/10 10:32
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. 10/21/10 10:32
NYChase Please excuse the flooding as I will be participating in today’s #lrnchat. Learning pros are all welcome! 10/21/10 10:33
eshwaranv Joining #lrnchat🙂 10/21/10 10:33
jenisecook RT @c4lpt: #lrnchat starts in around 10 minutes time.  Come and join us to talk about Learning in the Workdlow 10/21/10 10:33
lrnchat Rule3. When writing, complete thoughts help followers outside chat learn from you. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:34
c4lpt RT @lrnchat: Rules for #lrnchat: 1. Introduce yourself. (We do this again at the end). Location? Focus? Fave topics? 10/21/10 10:34
CanadianPacMan I’ll be joining #lrnchat. Pardon the extra tweets. 10/21/10 10:34
lrnchat Rule4. Remember to include the #lrnchat in all posts. http://tweetchat.com http://tweetgrid.com & http://twubs.com work well 10/21/10 10:34
eshwaranv Hi all… This is Vytheeshwaran, science teacher and ID from Chennai, India. Fav topic: elearning #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:34
hamtra Hello to all the #lrnchat participants.  All others please excuse the extra tweets. 10/21/10 10:35
PTKLearning Hi all PTK Learning here (Patrick Fitzpatrick), Sheffield, eLearning Innvoator, #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:35
lrnchat Rule5. Periodically RT questions so others outside #lrnchat know what you’re talking about so they can chime in too. 10/21/10 10:35
2GFred Joining #lrnchat this morning.  Come and join the discussion about learning! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:36
npmaven Debra Beck, Wyoming, adjunct lecturer teaching online, #nonprofit facilitator/educator. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:36
c4lpt #lrnchat Jane Hart from Bath – Social Biz Consultant – helping  orgs use social media effectively for working, learning and marketing 10/21/10 10:36
mrch0mp3rs You know what time it is. Turn SMS notifications off, keep your hands and feet inside the Twitter client at all times. Time for  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:36
charlesjennings <excuse extra tweets>  #lrnchat: 1. Charles Jennings. Winchester UK. Focused on performance and productivity. 10/21/10 10:36
PTKLearning Please excuse all the tweets over the next hour or so  – all for the #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:36
Quinnovator time for the (first) 90 minute memestream that’s #lrnchat; duck or join 10/21/10 10:36
lress Joining #lrnchat today! Erhöhtes Tweet-Aufkommen ! 10/21/10 10:36
mattiaskareld Hi all, Mattias Kareld from Sweden. Working as Learning Designer at IKEA of Sweden. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:37
lrnchat Rule6. On #lrnchat we aim to play nice. Sarcasm & irony welcome though. Really 10/21/10 10:37
torriedunlap RT @PTKLearning: Please excuse all the tweets over the next hour or so  – all for the #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:37
Quinnovator Clark Quinn, learning experience design strategist, genial malcontent Walnut Creek CA #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:37
lrnchat Rule7. 10 min before the end of #lrnchat, reintroduce yourself. Links, requests, & shameless plugs welcome, too. 10/21/10 10:37
2GFred Good day everyone!  Fred Stevens here in Los Angeles.  Focused on learning and coaching.   #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:37
gellesastar RT @edReformer: edReformer: Digital Learning Discussion http://bit.ly/aBbWzl #lrnchat #edchat #educationnation 10/21/10 10:37
briandusablon Excuse me for the next hour or so, I’ll be ranting and raving about learning and knowledge. It’s time for #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:38
weboffices joining #lrnchat for the first time! 10/21/10 10:38
lrnchat Q0) We begin w/ a #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? If nothing fabulous, what have you learned this week? 10/21/10 10:38
CanadianPacMan RT @weboffices: joining #lrnchat for the first time! <- Welcome to the chat. Looking forward to hearing from you. 10/21/10 10:38
techherding Joining #lrnchat, an amazing discussion of learning topics by practitioners online. (Strategists are specifically excluded.) Jump in! 10/21/10 10:38
eshwaranv @weboffices Welcome to #lrnchat🙂 10/21/10 10:38
cnagel #lrnchat has just started on Twitter.Come and join us to talk about Learning in the Workdlow for the next 90 minutes or so… 10/21/10 10:38
Rsuominen Joining #lrnchat  from #Tampere, the most pleasant town in Finland.  Fave topics are #eLearning, course design and writing. 10/21/10 10:38
hamtra #lrnchat Tracy Parish, Newmarket, Ontario. Trying to spread the joy of elearning though masses here in a hospital setting. 10/21/10 10:39
cpjobling No time to participate in #lrnchat today … I’ll try to catch up on the archive #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:39
Quinnovator @techherding just *try* to exclude me!  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:39
briandusablon Greetings! Brian Dusablon, Performance Consultant, Administaff, Houston, TX. I’m a dad, geek, learning ninja, & podcaster, I guess. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:39
2GFred @weboffices Welcome to you! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:39
eshwaranv RT @lrnchat: Q0) We begin w/ a #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? If nothing fabulous, what have you learned this week? 10/21/10 10:39
TerrenceWing Terrence Wing, Los Angeles. In and out during this session of #lrnchat but am confident I will learn some good stuff from the community. 10/21/10 10:39
c4lpt RT @lrnchat: Q0) We begin w/ a #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? If nothing fabulous, what have you learned this week? 10/21/10 10:39
npmaven RT @lrnchat: Q0) We begin w/ a #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? If nothing fabulous, what have you learned this week? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:40
myFootpath Have to miss #lrnchat today. Just wanted to say hi to all! *waves hello* Have a great chat! 10/21/10 10:40
LearnTribe #lrnchat intro Gordon McLeod, Scotland, learning technologist, encouraging use of technology to enhance learning in the arts 10/21/10 10:40
eshwaranv Q0) I’ve been learning some heavy duty stuff on ID this week. Having fun! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:40
CanadianPacMan Phil Cowcill in North Bay, ON . Joining #lrnchat. Join certificate course at DevLearn http://bit.ly/bxNgch 10/21/10 10:40
TerrenceWing @2GFred That’s 2 virtual meet ups in two days. Hope to see you live tonight. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:40
mrch0mp3rs Q0) I learned that @edwsonoma and I have been living parallel, but time-lapsed lives. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:40
flowersprof Turea Flowers, learning strategy, standards and innovation, Atlanta, Ga #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:41
cnagel Pardon the excessive #lrnchat tweets.  Joining in on morning session one of my favorite L&D resources that I know of. 10/21/10 10:41
briandusablon Q0) I’ve learned that my job, thankfully, changes frequently, but also remains the same. I help someone do something better. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:41
NYChase RT @lrnchat: Q0) We begin w/ a #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? If nothing fabulous, what have you learned this week? 10/21/10 10:41
2GFred @TerrenceWing See you there! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:41
tonya_simmons Tonya Goth Simmons, project developer, Phasient Learning Technologies, Ames IA  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:41
TerrenceWing I learned that a fun website is a productivity killer. Now I am behind today because of photofunia.com #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:41
britz Mark Britz Perf. Specialist (they call me an ISD) Syracuse, NY ..its raining #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:41
johnnyeducation #lrnchat intro Johnny Kissko, Texas, seeking to effectively integrate technology in my math classroom and other classes 10/21/10 10:42
KristiBroom Kristi Broom, learning technology, Minneapolis, MN #Lrnchat 10/21/10 10:42
tonya_simmons Q0) I learned that one email sent at 6 a.m. can turn my entire life upside down #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:42
bschlenker Q0) I re-learned that buying a new still sucks #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:42
briandusablon Q0) I learned that I need better audio equipment for multiple recording projects. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:42
LearnTribe q0) have learned that there isn’t an opposite of a busy period at work #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:42
charlesjennings #lrnchat I learned today that sometimes it pays to have a paper backup (Webex spluttered with 150 people on other end of a webinar) 10/21/10 10:42
Rsuominen @myFootpath  Hope to see you here next week. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:43
Quinnovator Q0: learned that there’s such a thing as limited auditory verbal working memory, which explains a lot😉 #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:43
briandusablon Q0) I also learned that I don’t need/want a new Macbook Air, but I do want, and will buy, an SSD for my Macbook Pro. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:43
bschlenker Qintro) Brent Schlenker – Anxious DevLearn Program Guy – Phx, AZ – All things eLearning and then some #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:43
cnagel Good Morning #lrnchat  Cyndi Nagel, Retail Training Manager joining from rainy So Cal. I’ve missed you for the last month or so. 10/21/10 10:43
techherding Dick Carlson — Pug Daddy, designer of amazing learning, Microsoft escapee, faux Southerner living in SC. http://www.TechHerding.com #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:43
hamtra Q0) I learned that apparently too many users access an LMS can clog up the “tubes” it uses to transport information (arg!!!) #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:43
PTKLearning Q0) I learned that I could cope with an intensive 30 min interrogation on elearning – and come through smiling #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:43
mrch0mp3rs @bschlenker I LOVED buying my new car this summer. 12 hour negotiation. I got them just where I wanted them. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:43
briandusablon @bschlenker buying a new what? Car, Macbook, dog, sandwich? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:44
eshwaranv @myFootpath See you next week. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:44
torriedunlap Q0) I learned that you should not get too attached to you technology when the server is being rebuilt! Flexibility is key! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:44
trebornotwal learned that sometimes there’s nothing better than picking up the phone and just talking. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:44
TerrenceWing @cnagel It finally stopped raining in LA. We actually have sunny skies again. Yeah
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Quinnovator welcome to new and returning #lrnchat participants! 10/21/10 10:44
mattiaskareld Q0) That maintenance of eLearning content can be quite fun. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:44
mrch0mp3rs Aaron Silvers, ADL Community Manager. Saving my best stuff for #DL10 Ignite. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:44
Quinnovator RT @trebornotwal: learned that sometimes there’s nothing better than picking up the phone and just talking. #lrnchat < *shudder*😉 10/21/10 10:44
Rsuominen It’s never too late to start an online course. RT @lrnchat Q0) What have you learned today? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:44
PTKLearning Q0) I also learned that I cannot live without Starbucks Chai Tea #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:45
TerrenceWing @mrch0mp3rs Benefits of a bad economy. Every purchase is open to negotiation.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:45
briandusablon Indeed! Welcome to the madness. RT @Quinnovator: welcome to new and returning #lrnchat participants! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:45
NYChase Chase Sinsuan, ISD Manager from Manila, welcome to #lrnchat @candysg25 10/21/10 10:45
lrnchat Q1) From formal learning for novices we want to move to social for practitioners: how do we get an elegant segue in between? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:45
jay_a_allen #lrnchat Hello! @ADL_Initiative Q0) I learned that we have a lot of work to do in order to genuinely be a BUSINESS partner. #astdforum 10/21/10 10:45
stipton Shannon, Chicago learned to be careful what you ask for this week. Asked for L&D to be involved in certain projects & yikes! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:45
Quinnovator @briandusablon that’s ‘madness’ in the good sense! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:45
TerrenceWing @Quinnovator That would be picking up a Smartphone, right?
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torriedunlap RT @TerrenceWing: @cnagel It finally stopped raining in LA. Sunny in San Diego too!  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:45
torriedunlap RT @lrnchat: Q1) From formal learning for novices we want to move to social for practitioners: how do we get an elegant segue in between? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:46
Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q1) From formal learning for novices we want to move to social for practitioners: how get an elegant segue in between? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:46
langholloman #lrnchat in reviewing some training,sounds like Obama is narrator, incentive for performance is getting charged for mistakes in simulation 10/21/10 10:46
npmaven RT @lrnchat: Q1) From formal learning 4novices we want 2 move 2 social 3 practitioners: how do we get an elegant segue in between? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:46
lress #lrnchat Q0 Learned: Should skip “Social Media” and talk about “Workplace Training”, for some people Sociel Media = Facebook = bad 10/21/10 10:46
jenisecook Q0) #learning designer & developer in wet So CA http://www.ridgeviewmedia.com #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:46
TerrenceWing @NYChase Hi Chase, Good to see you again today. Hope you enjoyed yesterdays Webinar. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:46
c4lpt RT @lrnchat: Q1) From formal learning for novices we want to move to social for practitioners: how do we get an elegant segue in between? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:46
theteachinggame Q0) I finally learned chaturanga dandasana #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:46
britz @TerrenceWing productivity killer in the short term -learning from website (design, functionality, etc) creates innovation later. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:46
Quinnovator Q1) wrap social around the formal learning is one step, aligning both to task is another #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:47
briandusablon RT Q1) From formal learning for novices we want to move to social for practitioners: how do we get an elegant segue in between? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:47
torriedunlap Q1) Taking a stab- incorporating some social into the initial formal? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:47
bschlenker RT @lrnchat: Q1) From formal learning for novices we want to move to social for practitioners: how get an elegant segue in between? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:47
Quinnovator @theteachinggame gesundheit! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:47
TerrenceWing @torriedunlap Crazy weather this week.
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jenisecook RT @lrnchat: Q1) From formal learning for novices move to social for practitioners: how do we get an elegant segue in between? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:47
rickzanotti RT @TerrenceWing: I learned that a fun website is a productivity killer. Now I am behind today because of photofunia.com #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:47
techherding Q0) I learned that if you drill down, “Commonly Accepted Knowledge” turns out to be something a guy said in the 50’s.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:47
JaneBozarth Working–can’t stay today. Here’s an idea for a remarkably appropriate holiday gift for your #lrnchat buds http://twitpic.com/2u10j0 10/21/10 10:47
cnagel Q0) This week I learned that as a Mgr, it’s less about managing the tasks, and more about managing my people’s energy. EE Passion. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:47
NYChase I learned that bldg a great working rel with your Marketing dept. produces awesome visual design results. Less work on templates. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:48
TerrenceWing @britz I wish I could say I looked at it from that angle.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:48
eshwaranv @theteachinggame Nice🙂 #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:48
KristiBroom I think so too RT @torriedunlap: Q1) Taking a stab- incorporating some social into the initial formal? #Lrnchat 10/21/10 10:48
c4lpt Q1) We need to help them from the outset become confident autonomous “learners” so that they are able to support one another #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:48
TerrenceWing @rickzanotti Good Morning my friend #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:48
Quinnovator RT @techherding: learned that if you drill down, “Commonly Accepted Knowledge” turns out to be something a guy said in the 50’s.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:48
npmaven RT @techherding: Q0) I learned that if you drill down, “Commonly Accepted Knowledge” turns out 2 be something a guy said in 1950s.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:48
npmaven RT @c4lpt: Q1) We need to help them from outset become confident autonomous “learners” so that they are able to support one another #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:48
britz Q0) I learned that, altho irritating, my daughter eating my breakfast in AM is resulting in much eeded weight lose! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:49
CanadianPacMan Q1) When possible it helps to mentor novices and build the excitement. Must show value. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:49
weboffices @techherding You can throw things on twitter? I don’t think I have that app🙂 #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:49
jenisecook Q1) transition slowly w/ easy topic and activity. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:49
Quinnovator Q1) design formal, perf support, and social in awareness of each, incorporate in delivery #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:49
techherding RT @hamtra: “…an LMS can clog up the “tubes” it uses to transport information…”  Might be the effluent in the tubes. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:49
sahana2802 RT @Quinnovator: RT @techherding: learned that if you drill down, “Commonly Accepted Knowledge” turns out to be something a guy said in the 50’s.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:49
jay_a_allen #lrnchat Q1) A1) Find a real problem to pilot & demo crowdsource/brainstorm-common way of finding solutions using 2.0. Post results. 10/21/10 10:50
Tina_Barr RT @CanadianPacMan: Q1) When possible it helps to mentor novices and build the excitement. Must show value. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:50
NYChase @TerrenceWing me and my team enjoyed your webinar! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:50
charlesjennings RT @lrnchat: Q1) From formal learning for novices move to social for practitioners: how do we get an elegant segue in between? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:50
mrch0mp3rs Q1) I’m thinking through what are activities that educe the kinds of sharing needed to do social, but can be facilitated/coached..  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:50
sahana2802 RT @lrnchat: Q1) From formal learning for novices we want to move to social for practitioners: how do we get an elegant segue in between? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:50
mattiaskareld Making co-workers aware of that learning takes place everywhere, not only in classrooms. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:50
jenisecook RT @c4lpt: Q1) Help them from the outset become confident autonomous “learners” so that they are able to support one another #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:50
cnagel RT @lrnchat: Q1) From formal learning for novices we want to move to social for practitioners: how do we get an elegant segue in between? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:50
britz Q0) I found that file structures can be funny. I discovered we have a drive here titled “Shart” ..eeew. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:50
eshwaranv RT @lrnchat: Q1) From formal learning for novices we want to move to social for practitioners: how do we get an elegant segue in between? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:50
eshwaranv RT @Quinnovator: Q1) wrap social around the formal learning is one step, aligning both to task is another #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:51
TerrenceWing Q1) Aren’t the learners already learning socially? We just need to provide them more opportunities to do it.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:51
LaurenLK RT @lrnchat: Q1) From formal learning for novices we want to move to social for practitioners: how do we get an elegant segue in between? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:51
Quinnovator RT @C4LPT: Q1) need to help them from the outset become confident autonomous “learners” so that are able to support one another #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:51
britz RT @Quinnovator: Q1) wrap social around the formal learning is one step, aligning both to task is another #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:51
carneysandoe RT @CanadianPacMan: Q1) When possible it helps to mentor novices and build the excitement. Must show value. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:51
LearnTribe q1) design the learning so SoMe is intrinsic (here’s how to do it, here’s a forum/FAQ to discuss it) #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:51
jenisecook Q1) Start w/ FAQs and they can share their knowledge w/ others, socially. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:52
rickzanotti @TerrenceWing good morning, Terrence… I’m in a conf call but just listening… #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:52
LaurenLK @lrnchat  #lrnchat Move to application, problem-based learning, fuzzy stuff? 10/21/10 10:52
theteachinggame Q1) Integrate/pair practitioners who are learning socially with novices. Skip the formal learning completely. No transition needed. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:52
carneysandoe RT @britz: RT @Quinnovator: Q1) wrap social around the formal learning is one step, aligning both to task is another #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:52
lress #lrnchat Q1) start with Social Training = use SoMe in Training and show the value, build up C of Practice 10/21/10 10:52
jenisecook @LearnTribe Ha! We think alike, re: FAQs. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:52
npmaven Mentoring a fantastic-and-underused/valued concept 4 novice learning. (That includes novice board members, 4 #nonprofit listeners) #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:52
Quinnovator Q1) think systemically, with meta-learning (HT @C4LPT ) #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:52
TerrenceWing Q1) Build a culture where people question, share, and collaborate. Draw lines and you restrict social learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:53
techherding @weboffices “TwiToss” #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:53
jenisecook @rickzanotti Buenos dais! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:53
LearnTribe q1) use SoMe to get the learners to research the topic and develop their own learning content together #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:53
Quinnovator RT @TerrenceWing: Q1) Build a culture where people question, share, and collaborate. Draw lines and you restrict social learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:53
PTKLearning RT @theteachinggame: Q1) Integrate/pair practitioners who are learning socially with novices. Skip the formal learning completely. No transition needed. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:53
KristiBroom Q1)struggling to determine downsides to bldg some social into learning for novices…not sure why we need to separate? #Lrnchat 10/21/10 10:53
Tina_Barr @theteachinggame do you mean making teaching more of a trade learning process than higher ed learning? Plz clarify #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:53
trebornotwal divide info into Need to Know, Nice to Know and concentrate the formal portion only on Need to Know. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:53
stipton Q1) making social learning part of the norm rather than treating social lrning or SOME learning as whimsical or nice to have. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:54
Tina_Barr @TerrenceWing you don’t think we already have that type of culture? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:54
cnagel Q1) The social has to be incorporated as mentioned prior. They need to see what they can get from it to start using it. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:54
briandusablon RT @TerrenceWing: Q1) Build a culture where people question, share, and collaborate. Draw lines and you restrict social learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:54
LearnTribe RT @jenisecook: @LearnTribe Ha! We think alike, re: FAQs. #lrnchat > why waste time answering same question 100 times a day? 10/21/10 10:54
npmaven RT @stipton: Q1) making social learning part of the norm rather than treating social lrning or SOME learning as whimsical… #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:54
c4lpt Q1) Need to reduce dependence on having a teacher/trainer, and build their collaboration skills #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:54
LaurenLK @KristiBroom Agree – not sure why there needs to be a separation. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:55
2GFred RT @lrnchat: Q1) From formal learning …we want to move to social for practitioners: how do we get an elegant segue in between? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:55
theteachinggame @Tina_Barr I was talking in general.I do think that the contextual format of trade learning is more valuable than book learning.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:55
LaurenLK RT @TerrenceWing: Q1) Build a culture where people question, share, and collaborate. Draw lines and you restrict social learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:55
npmaven Yes!  RT @TerrenceWing: Q1) Build a culture where people question, share,  collaborate. Draw lines & you restrict social learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:55
Quinnovator RT @C4LPT: Q1) Need to reduce dependence on having a teacher/trainer, and build their collaboration skills #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:55
gjcannon Q1) Need to maintain motivation to learn by taking employees out of their comfort zone! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:55
jarroddodson @lress couldn’t agree more. Change the vernacular! E-learning=Business leaders are excited, “Social network”=drain on productivity. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:55
LearnTribe @KristiBroom other than technophobia it’s all good – and fear can be overcome! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:55
npmaven RT @c4lpt: Q1) Need to reduce dependence on having a teacher/trainer, and build their collaboration skills #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:55
charlesjennings Q1) focus on outcomes: that forces everyone to look beyond formal constructs for learning. It puts a lens on others as resources #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:56
mrch0mp3rs RT @Quinnovator: RT @C4LPT: Q1) Need to reduce dependence on having a teacher/trainer, and build their collaboration skills #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:56
theteachinggame RT @LaurenLK: @KristiBroom Yes no separation! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:56
trebornotwal Need to reduce dependence on having a teacher/trainer, and build their collaboration skills #slbootcamp #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:56
jarroddodson RT @theteachinggame: Q1) Integrate/pair practitioners who are learning socially with novices. Skip the formal learning completely. No transition needed. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:56
z_rose Can’t join #lrnchat, but here’s my Q0): I learned that the maximum number of PDFs you can have open on Windows XP is 50. Don’t. Ask. 10/21/10 10:56
LearnTribe RT @npmaven: RT @c4lpt: Q1) Need to reduce dependence on having a teacher/trainer, and build their collaboration skills #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:56
cnagel RT @terrencewing: Q1) Build a culture where people question, share, and collaborate. Draw lines and you restrict social learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:57
Rsuominen RT @npmaven Mentoring a fantastic-and-underused concept 4 novice learning. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:57
sahana2802 1. Build informal learning & collaboration into formal training sessions. Create a seamless blend of formal with informal sharing #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:57
jenisecook Q1) Post-activity chats w/ facilitator as moderator, for reinforcement over time. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:57
mattiaskareld Q1) By blending in social parts in the formal setup. E.x. connect a forum for learners to the formal setup. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:57
lrnchat Q2) Performance support is a major concern, but how is it integrated into formal and social? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:57
c4lpt RT @charlesjennings: Q1) focus on outcomes: that forces everyone to look beyond formal constructs for learning. It puts a lens on others as resources #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:57
theteachinggame @Tina_Barr Practitioners need to want to be mentors. There is nothing worse than a begrudging mentor.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:57
2GFred Q1) Maybe we need to transition from “trainer” to “facilitator” to allow more (social) and interaction. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:57
Quinnovator RT @sahana2802: Build informal learning & collaboration into formal training. Create seamless blend of formal with informal sharing #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:57
Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q2) Performance support is a major concern, but how is it integrated into formal and social? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:57
jenisecook RT @lrnchat: Q2) Performance support is a major concern, but how is it integrated into formal and social? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:57
mrch0mp3rs RT @lrnchat: Q2) Performance support is a major concern, but how is it integrated into formal and social? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:58
bschlenker RT @lrnchat: Q2) Performance support is a major concern, but how is it integrated into formal and social? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:58
johnnyeducation Q1) Determine how proposed social media is aligned w principles of learning… If it fits, use it, if not, adapt #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:58
KristiBroom Couldn’t agree more RT @c4lpt: Q1) Need to reduce dependence on having a teacher/trainer, and build their collaboration skills #Lrnchat 10/21/10 10:58
Tina_Barr @theteachinggame I cmpletly agree that a combination of trade & text learn could B further adjusted 2 generate better teachers. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:58
stipton RT @LearnTribe: @KristiBroom other than technophobia it’s all good – and fear can be overcome! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:58
sahana2802 RT @lrnchat: Q2) Performance support is a major concern, but how is it integrated into formal and social? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:58
Quinnovator Q2) we don’t always take responsibiilty for perf support, but should: design formal with perf support in mind, and vice versa #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:58
2GFred RT @lrnchat: Q2) Performance support is a major concern, but how is it integrated into formal and social? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:58
Rsuominen Seconded  RT @lress #lrnchat Q1) use SoMe in Training and show the value, build up C of Practice 10/21/10 10:58
briandusablon RT Q2) Performance support is a major concern, but how is it integrated into formal and social? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:58
eshwaranv RT @lrnchat: Q2) Performance support is a major concern, but how is it integrated into formal and social? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:58
carneysandoe RT @theteachinggame: @Tina_Barr Practitioners need to want to be mentors. There is nothing worse than a begrudging mentor.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:58
TerrenceWing @Tina_Barr Some organization come to mind but I would suggest most don’t have that culture #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:59
c4lpt RT @lrnchat: Q2) Performance support is a major concern, but how is it integrated into formal and social? #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:59
Tina_Barr @theteachinggame ABSOLUTELY!!! #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:59
hybridkris Can’t join #lrnchat either, but Q) Learned that 20% of the Kenyan GDP is on mobile phones & that it’s fun to speak at Oxford University. 10/21/10 10:59
briandusablon Q2) Performance support is done in whatever format works best for the user. Which means, all of the above, with multiple users. #lrnchat 10/21/10 10:59
CanadianPacMan Looming deadlines means I have to bolt from #lrnchat. Hope to meet some of you at DevLearn. Cheers. 10/21/10 10:59
Tina_Barr @TerrenceWing Ah, certainly if we are talking about org vs. society. I misunderstood ur point. Thx for the clarity! I agree! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:00
Quinnovator Q2) taking self-support further, users should be co-creating performance support in community #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:00
c4lpt Q2) We need to encourage workers to support their own and their team’s performance #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:00
Quinnovator RT @C4LPT: Q2) We need to encourage workers to support their own and their team’s performance #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:00
derekwwade Late to the show, hi all. Derek W. Wade, coach and educator in #agile methods/thought.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:00
mrch0mp3rs Performance Support and Formal Learning/Training – there again are divisions. Social is often my Performance Support. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:00
npmaven RT @briandusablon: Q2) Performance support is done in whatever format works best for the user. Which means…with multiple users. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:01
jarroddodson RT @2GFred: Q1) Maybe we need to transition from “trainer” to “facilitator” to allow more (social) and interaction. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:01
learninganorak @c4lpt If navigation and architecture make it possible for random access after the initial formal rollout, it can be done imo #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:01
derekwwade This week learned that some folks like spoon-feeding vs. social learning, and that mental model concept is hard to explain. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:01
LearnTribe RT @c4lpt: Q2) We need to encourage workers to support their own and their team’s performance #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:01
2GFred RT @c4lpt: Q2) We need to encourage workers to support their own and their teams performance <– Yes! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:01
jenisecook Q2) For perf support post-activity, have learners tweet real work issues and solutions they applied w/ new KSAs. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:01
tonya_simmons Q2) people need to feel comfortable about asking questions – not just how do I do this, but why do we do it this way #lrnchat #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:01
splove1 RT @TerrenceWing: Q1) Build a culture where people question, share, and collaborate. Draw lines and you restrict social learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:01
britz Q1) More social activities in formal training, Time for sharing, collaborating…measure impact. The tech “want” then appears #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:01
lress #lrnchat @C4LPT Q1) Trainer: trainers have to chance to faciliators or “Lernbegleiter” 10/21/10 11:02
2GFred RT @jenisecook: Q2) For perf support post-activity, have learners tweet real work issues and solutions they applied w/ new KSAs. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:02
cnagel RT @lrnchat: Q2) Performance support is a major concern, but how is it integrated into formal and social? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:02
trebornotwal Part of the move to this process should include collaboration training #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:02
Quinnovator Q2) make perf support resources searchable, shareable, and organize by user goals, not silo #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:02
briandusablon Encouragement doesn’t lead to adoption. RT @Quinnovator @C4LPT: Q2) need to encourage workers to support own and team performance #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:02
gjcannon Q2) is a question of individual accountability – take responsibility for own performance and therefore learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:02
theteachinggame Q2) An environment where performance tweaking is constant, playful, done on all levels and part of the culture #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:02
jay_a_allen #lrnchat Q2) A2) Plan up front for meeting performance needs through a variety of methods. Ask audience what they will need back on the job. 10/21/10 11:02
jenisecook RT @Quinnovator: Q2) make perf support resources searchable, shareable, and organize by user goals, not silo #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:03
techherding Q2)  Good support rule is “Only answer a question once.”  There are lots of great automated ticket and FAQ management systems. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:03
weboffices RT @lrnchat: Q2) Performance support is a major concern, but how is it integrated into formal and social? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:03
Rsuominen Good way to smooth the transition RT @sahana2802 Build informal learning & collaboration into formal training sessions. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:03
Quinnovator @briandusablon the *right* sort of encouragement does: culture, rewards, safety, etc #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:03
briandusablon Q2) If there is no accountability, and those involved don’t care about improving, what’s left to do? Keep trying, sharing, showing. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:03
TerrenceWing Q2: Performance Support = stand up, leave your cubicle (real or virtually) and ask someone who knows the answer.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:03
PTKLearning Q2) There should be more focus on ‘own performance dev’  what is the point on integrating general processes that don’t really work #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:03
briandusablon RT @theteachinggame: Q2) An environment where performance tweaking is constant, playful, done on all levels and part of the culture #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:03
Quinnovator RT @techherding: Q2)  Good support rule is “Only answer question once.”  Lots of great automated ticket and FAQ management systems. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:03
LearnTribe @tonya_simmons great point – but massive culture shift for most orgs to create confidence to question #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:04
mrch0mp3rs RT @briandusablon: Q2) If there is no accountability, and those involved dont care about improving, whats left to do? Keep trying. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:04
briandusablon @Quinnovator agreed. Tough sell in some environments. Culture change can take a long time, if it happens at all. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:04
torriedunlap RT @lrnchat: Q2) Performance support is a major concern, but how is it integrated into formal and social? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:04
sahana2802 RT @techherding: Q2)  Good support rule is “Only answer a question once.”  There are lots of great automated ticket and FAQ management systems. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:04
NYChase Q2) Place a weightage on collaborative team interface on performance scorecard. This encourages learners to ask. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:04
Quinnovator Q2) wrap social around perf support resources: build community development mentality #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:04
LandDDave Greetings all.  A little late to the party but figured I’d hope in during my workshop’s lunch break. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:04
Quinnovator @briandusablon no one said it would be *easy*, or everyone would wanna do it😉 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:05
TerrenceWing @LandDDave Hi Dave #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:05
techherding Q2) Design your course objectives by asking “What are the top 10 customer issues?” That’s both your content and support. Repeat. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:05
carneysandoe Q2) Having strong leaders who can generate the best environment is critical, anyone can fill this role as a leader #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:05
nadinerothermel How is the DIA shaping the workforce of the future? Suspect we have similar issues among Forum members #lrnchat #slbootcamp #astdforum 10/21/10 11:05
learninganorak RT @Quinnovator: Q2) wrap social around perf support resources: build community development mentality #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:05
cnagel RT @quinnovator: Q2) make perf support resources searchable, shareable, and organize by user goals, not silo #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:05
jenisecook RT @TerrenceWing: Q2: Performance Support = stand up, leave your cubicle (real or virtually) and ask someone who knows the answer.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:05
britz Q2) Formal often sets the foundation, social extends, expands, & contextualizes #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:06
lress RT: @C4LPT: Q2) We need to encourage workers to support their own and their team’s performance #lrnchat -> needs open communication 10/21/10 11:06
mrch0mp3rs @Quinnovator Acknowledgement, Value of that input by leaders — it’s not just encouragement, safety; it’s also participation. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:06
derekwwade Can “collaboration” be taught in a vacuum? Does it need to be “collaboration in service of ____”? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:06
c4lpt Q2) L&D can provide perf consulting services (rather than training) to help with non-training solutions, e.g CoPs, collab working #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:06
tonya_simmons @LearnTribe I guess I’m just lucky to work in a really great place #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:06
PTKLearning Q2) if we are promoting a ‘learner controlled’ strategy – performance support in its current view needs to change #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:06
briandusablon @Quinnovator not asking for easy. A little faster adoption would be nice, though. Patience wearing thin. Pushing harder. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:06
LaurenLK @lrnchat Performance itself needs to be valued — if no value, then little/no motivation for any learning, exc. to “get out” #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:06
jenisecook RT @britz: Q2) Formal often sets the foundation, social extends, expands, & contextualizes #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:06
techherding RT @Quinnovator: RT @C4LPT: Q2) We need to encourage workers to support their own and their team’s performance #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:06
c4lpt @briandusablon Encourage those who can; support those who can’t #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:07
mrch0mp3rs @Quinnovator I’ve noticed interesting scenario where leadership encourages, but isn’t participating; social signal = “not valued” #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:07
derekwwade RT @techherding: Q2) Design course objectives by asking “What are the top 10 customer issues?” Thats both content/support. Repeat. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:07
TerrenceWing Performance Support is teamwork made complicated #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:07
LearnTribe @techherding agree (and do) – but how do we get EVERYONE to use FAQ first instead of going to trainer /IT/etc? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:07
Rsuominen RT @learninganorak RT @Quinnovator Q2) wrap social around perf support resources: build community development mentality #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:07
charlesjennings Q2) integrating performance support – needs both cultural adoption within org. and tools – see http://bit.ly/avCEdw  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:07
mrch0mp3rs @briandusablon Been there. Like REO, keep pushing. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:07
techherding RT @Quinnovator: Q2) make perf support resources searchable, shareable, and organize by user goals, not silo #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:07
Quinnovator @mrch0mp3rs absolutely: 3 components: leadership, concrete processes, supportive environment (Garvin & Edmundson, HBR) #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:07
mattiaskareld Q2) Encourage SME’s to take part in discussion forums, blogs and wikis and trainings to share their knowledge #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:07
learninganorak RT @techherding: RT @Quinnovator: RT @C4LPT: Q2) need 2 encourage workers 2 support their  and team’s performance #lrnchat <= Too right! 10/21/10 11:08
npmaven RT @techherding: RT @Quinnovator: Q2) make perf support resources searchable, shareable, and organize by user goals, not silo #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:08
mrch0mp3rs RT @Quinnovator: 3 components: leadership, concrete processes, supportive environment (Garvin&Edmundson, HBR) #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:08
jenisecook @LearnTribe Send trainer and IT on a 3 week sabbatical!😉 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:08
weboffices RT @mattiaskareld: Q2) Encourage SME’s to take part in discussion forums, blogs and wikis and trainings to share their knowledge #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:08
Tina_Barr @c4lpt I agree think of what potential pairing teachers with sales experts could bring. A new way to engage students #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:08
jenisecook RT @mattiaskareld: Q2) Encourage SMEs to take part in discussion forums, blogs and wikis and trainings to share their knowledge #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:08
learninganorak @mattiaskareld Yes! I like it! If you incentivise/reward that, it has a better chance of taking off, too. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:08
briandusablon RT @techherding: RT @Quinnovator: Q2) make perf support resources searchable, shareable, and organize by user goals, not silo #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:08
Quinnovator @briandusablon sympathies.  Look for levers!  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:09
LandDDave @TerrenceWing Hey- missed your webinar yesterday so I’m looking forward to the recording link. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:09
mrch0mp3rs @Quinnovator Way to pull out the citations in a tweet. You truly are the Master. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:09
britz Youch! Tweetchat terribly slooooow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:09
briandusablon RT @c4lpt: @briandusablon Encourage those who can; support those who can’t #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:09
lrnchat Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:09
jarroddodson RT @jenisecook: RT @mattiaskareld: Q2) Encourage SMEs to take part in discussion forums, blogs and wikis and trainings to share their knowledge #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:09
Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:09
derekwwade Q2) Performance support needs to have interactive, social component. No more “institutionalizing knowledge” by posting on intranet. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:09
kerina RT @jenisecook: RT @mattiaskareld: Q2) Encourage SMEs to take part in discussion forums, blogs and wikis and trainings to share their knowledge #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:09
learninganorak @charlesjennings Or, in the absence of the ‘right’ tools, creative use of what you *do* have! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:09
TerrenceWing Absolutely RT @Quinnovator: Q2) make perf support resources searchable, shareable, and organize by user goals, not silo #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:09
jenisecook RT @Tina_Barr: @c4lpt I agree think of what potential pairing teachers with sales experts could bring. A new way to engage students #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:09
LaurenLK @mattiaskareld Good idea Matt – how to get SME’s to release the power they hold by keeping knwldge their own? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:09
2GFred RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:10
Quinnovator Q3) (deja vu) think systemically, with meta-learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:10
LearnTribe @jenisecook  Does that mean I get 6 weeks off? I’ll book now then! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:10
jenisecook RT @learninganorak: @mattiaskareld Yes! I like it! If you incentivise/reward that, it has a better chance of taking off, too. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:10
TerrenceWing RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:10
KristiBroom RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #Lrnchat 10/21/10 11:10
npmaven RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:10
weboffices Q2) can even integrate wiki into initial training – make perf support feel like an ongoing extension of course #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:10
techherding RT @TerrenceWing: “Performance Support=stand up, leave your cubicle” << EEEEK!  God No!  “Quick Search For Best Answer!” #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:10
jenisecook RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? << Need top-down buy in. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:10
learninganorak @NYChase If you do that, you run the risk of scaring off those who answer less than perfectly. Participation shd be rewarded, too. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:10
briandusablon RT Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:10
finiteattention Late arrival to #lrnchat: Q0) This week I learned that if I tell students “‘I don’t get it’ is a legitimate question to ask me”, they ask. 10/21/10 11:10
2GFred RT @weboffices: Q2) can even integrate wiki into initial training – make perf support feel like an ongoing extension of course #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:11
lress RT @jenisecook: @LearnTribe Send trainer and IT on a 3 week sabbatical! 😉 #lrnchat Yes and delete the FAQs, support  collaboration 10/21/10 11:11
jenisecook @LearnTribe Go for it; you’ve earned it. ;-D #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:11
derekwwade +1! RT @weboffices: Q2) can even integrate wiki into initial training – make perf support feel like an ongoing extension of course #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:11
NYChase @learninganorak  good point #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:11
Quinnovator Q3) design with the whole system in mind; think facilitation, not presentation; focus on impactful outcomes #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:11
KristiBroom *sigh* yep RT @britz: Youch! Tweetchat terribly slooooow #Lrnchat 10/21/10 11:11
TerrenceWing @techherding The “leave your cubicle was figurative”. We’re talking the same language just limited by 140 characters #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:11
mrch0mp3rs RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:11
c4lpt RT: @lrnchat: Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:11
jarroddodson RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:11
learninganorak Q3 By answering the needs where they occur, instead of lifting them out of context #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:12
LaurenLK #lrnchat Q3 – ditto Quinn.  Systems approach 10/21/10 11:12
jenisecook RT @Quinnovator: Q3) design with the whole system in mind; think facilitation, not presentation; focus on impactful outcomes #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:12
learninganorak RT @NYChase: @learninganorak  good point #lrnchat <= I try :o) 10/21/10 11:12
Quinnovator @mrch0mp3rs easy, from a blog post.  Diagrammed, therefore I ‘own’ #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:12
c4lpt Q3) Move everything into the workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:12
npmaven Q3) Maybe too simple: find ways to acknowledge learning when/where it happens. Reinforce that it’s embedded in their work. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:12
jenisecook RT @learninganorak: Q3 By answering the needs where they occur, instead of lifting them out of context #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:12
briandusablon Q3) Keep it simple. Find things/tools that work well and integrate with other things/tools that work well. #OneThingWell #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:12
Quinnovator RT @C4LPT: Q3) Move everything into the workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:12
Quinnovator RT @learninganorak: Q3 By answering the needs where they occur, instead of lifting them out of context #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:12
2GFred Q3) We have to communicate across the silos, too! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:13
lress #lrnchat: Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? 10/21/10 11:13
mattiaskareld Context is king! RT @learninganorak: Q3 By answering the needs where they occur, instead of lifting them out of context #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:13
derekwwade Q3) Require learning outcomes to be at Correlation level vs. Understanding/Application level of learning (FAA FoI) #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:13
eshwaranv RT: @lrnchat: Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:13
charlesjennings RT @lrnchat Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:13
Quinnovator RT @2GFred: Q3) We have to communicate across the silos, too! #lrnchat < hear hear! 10/21/10 11:13
KristiBroom RT @learninganorak: Q3 By answering the needs where they occur, instead of lifting them out of context #Lrnchat 10/21/10 11:13
c4lpt Q3) If it’s out of the workflow – and separate from work – it won’t be valued #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:13
jenisecook Q3) Is there an LMS for that (integrated workflow)?😉 Again, need buy-in, support from the C-Level, esp. IT. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:13
sahana2802 3. Break down silos, build learning into workflow, a culture of open sharing & collaboration, a platform that allows these. #lrnchat #SoMe 10/21/10 11:13
mrch0mp3rs @Quinnovator So you’re saying it was already integrated into your workflow😉 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:13
Quinnovator Q3) start with the workflow, then augment it #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:13
npmaven Oh, yes. RT @learninganorak: Q3 By answering the needs where they occur, instead of lifting them out of context #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:13
briandusablon Agreed> RT @learninganorak: Q3 By answering the needs where they occur, instead of lifting them out of context #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:14
theteachinggame Q3) Start with one project where the desecrate components benefit from working together. Then debrief  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:14
TerrenceWing @techherding But I do hv 2 say tech is not always the answer. There r those that learn diff than us.  They do need to leave cube #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:14
cnagel RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:14
jenisecook Q3) Need thoughtful design… and the IT system to support it all. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:14
jay_a_allen Agreed, systems-thinking. RT @Quinnovator: Q3) Design w/system in mind; think facilitation, not preso; focus on impactful outcomes #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:14
npmaven (#nonprofit tweeps, take note!)  RT @c4lpt: Q3) If its out of the workflow – and separate from work – it won’t be valued #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:14
LearnTribe RT @sahana2802: 3. Break down silos, build learning into workflow, a culture of open sharing & collaboration, a platform that allows these. #lrnchat #SoMe 10/21/10 11:14
Quinnovator @mrch0mp3rs no, but I’m a capable self-learner.  Don’t assume that of your learners, however, ensure it! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:14
jenisecook RT @Quinnovator: Q3) start with the workflow, then augment it #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:14
mrch0mp3rs Question for the group: is there one integrated workflow that covers every working context? If not, is it integrated? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:14
finiteattention RT @techherding: Q0) I learned that if you drill down, “Commonly Accepted Knowledge” turns out to be something a guy said in the 50’s.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:14
charlesjennings Q3) Grasp that learning is a process, not a series of events and that learning IS the work, and that work is learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:14
techherding -@LearnTribe To get people to use FAQ, reply to emails with a direct web link to the answer in the FAQ.  Nobody EVER asked 3 times. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:15
Quinnovator RT @jenisecook: Q3) Need thoughtful design… and the IT system to support it all. #lrnchat < yes, infrastructure 10/21/10 11:15
nadinerothermel Kari Willyerd consulted with DIA to help reshape vision of their 2020 Workplace #slbootcamp #lrnchat #astdforum 10/21/10 11:15
NYChase Q3) I remember when “building a Geocities website” was a just an add-on to our high school project <– the discreet component. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:15
Quinnovator RT @charlesjennings: Grasp that learning is process, not series of events & that learning IS the work, and that work is learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:15
derekwwade Q3) Prob: integration -> outcomes over silos, but can create vague vs actionable. Soln: eliminate “workflow”, use “workspace”
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10/21/10 11:16
briandusablon @mrch0mp3rs maybe interoperable is more accurate? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:16
LaurenLK RT @Quinnovator: RT @charlesjennings: Grasp that learning is process, not series of events & that learning IS the work, and that work is learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:16
npmaven RT @charlesjennings: Q3) Grasp that learning is a process, not a series of events and that learning IS the work, & work is learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:16
LandDDave RT @mrch0mp3rs: RT @lrnchat: Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:16
jenisecook RT @charlesjennings: Q3) Grasp that learning is a process, not series of events & that learning IS the work, & that work = learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:16
z_rose RT @techherding: Q0) I learned that if you drill down, “Commonly Accepted Knowledge” turns out to be something a guy said in the 50’s.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:17
carneysandoe RT @charlesjennings: RT @lrnchat Q3) How do we move from discreet components to an integrated workflow environment? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:17
jarroddodson RT @charlesjennings: Q3) Grasp that learning is a process, not a series of events and that learning IS the work, and that work is learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:17
Quinnovator @mrch0mp3rs  integrate uniquely around the workflow, but make individuals take ownership of change, because it will #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:17
learninganorak RT @charlesjennings: Grasp that learning is process, not series of events & that learning IS the work, and that work is learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:17
Dave_Ferguson @finiteattention “Commonly accepted knowledge” — “stuff I usually believe”
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10/21/10 11:17
charlesjennings @Quinnovator Clark, do we ‘design’ learning in the workflow? Or do we ‘architect’ it? Designer and architect see world differently #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:17
sifowler <drive-by> really important questions and great responses being discussed, re “Learning in the Workflow”, #lrnchat today. Wish I could join! 10/21/10 11:17
TerrenceWing @NYChase I remember when punch keys were the closest thing to a computer we saw in High School. Yikes! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:17
c4lpt RT: @charlesjennings: Q3) Grasp that learning is a process, not a series of events and that learning IS the work & work is learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:18
techherding Q3) I like “move everything into the workflow”, but it will be 2050 before that happens.  For now, a pretty web page with links. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:18
LandDDave @Dave_Ferguson Hi Dave – Thanks for the nice feedback comment on my blog.
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10/21/10 11:18
jarroddodson RT @techherding: Q0) I learned that if you drill down, “Commonly Accepted Knowledge” turns out to be something a guy said in the 50’s.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:18
Dave_Ferguson @charlesjennings Workplace learning has enough problems that maybe we don’t want to pretend to be architects, too. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:18
derekwwade Q3) “workflow” concept contains seeds of functional separation (“silos”). Workspace lets all interact as needed for outcome.
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10/21/10 11:18
Quinnovator @charlesjennings interesting  question, def’n but short answer might be that we architect it, they design it #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:18
jenisecook RT @charlesjennings: @Quinnovator Design learning in workflow? Or architect it? Designer & architect see world differently. <Both! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:19
NYChase This nails it. RT @Quinnovator: but make individuals take ownership of change, because it will #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:19
learninganorak @TerrenceWing I was in high school even before that… and now I am more tech-literate than my kids. Age is just a number. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:19
Rsuominen True RT @2GFred: Q3) We have to communicate across the silos, too! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:19
Akevy613 I am sorting just sitting back and watching the #lrnchat- Is there a topic or do  u just ask different questions 10/21/10 11:19
TerrenceWing @learninganorak A number and higher medical costs.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:19
learninganorak RT @techherding: Q0) If you drill down, “Commonly Accepted Knowledge” turns out to be something a guy said in the 50’s.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:20
NYChase LOL! RT @TerrenceWing: @NYChase I remember when punch keys were the closest thing to a computer we saw in High School. Yikes! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:20
derekwwade RT @charlesjennings: Q3) Grasp that learning = process, not series of events; learning IS the work & work is learning | Exactly! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:20
npmaven Scary. And correct. RT @NYChase: This nails it. RT @Quinnovator: but make individuals take ownership of change, because it will #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:20
andrewducker RT @techherding: Q0) I learned that if you drill down, “Commonly Accepted Knowledge” turns out to be something a guy said in the 50’s.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:20
mrch0mp3rs @Quinnovator @charlesjennings We’ve *been* architecting it, and perhaps that’s been one of the challenges. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:20
trebornotwal RT @npmaven: RT @charlesjennings: Q3) Grasp that learning is a process, not a series of events and that learning IS the work, & work is learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:20
Quinnovator @Akevy613 you can read lrnchat.com for the overview, but there’re are serious of questions addressed #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:20
LearnTribe @TerrenceWing Yikes i can’t remember using computers in High School .. has it been that long? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:20
learninganorak @TerrenceWing LOL! True that. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:20
jenisecook @Akevy613 Welcome! We have weekly topics. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:20
Dave_Ferguson @Akevy613 There’s (usually) a weekly theme for the 4 Qs, but there aren’t many question police.  See lrnchat.wordpress.com
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10/21/10 11:20
LandDDave @Akevy613 There are usually four questions over the 90 minutes that steer things, but tangents are allowed and encouraged. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:20
Tina_Barr @learninganorak @TerrenceWing  I completely agree. If you make an effort that is all you need to learn the technology #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:21
learninganorak @Akevy613 The questions are predetermined, we answer as they come up #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:21
TerrenceWing @Akevy613 View the questions @lrnchat to keep up. There is a topic typically too. Welcome #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:21
eshwaranv Oh my… Got to go now :(  I’ll try to make it to the later edition of #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:21
britz Q3) I like discreet components! get them in, let the workers help define need & use  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:21
Akevy613 @jenisecook What is todays topic #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:21
mattiaskareld Q3) At least make it simple to find the information needed. Quick, lean and simple #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:21
lrnchat Q4) What new tools or trends are coming along that we should be aware (wary) of? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:21
TerrenceWing @LearnTribe It has. Sadly it has. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:21
Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q4) What new tools or trends are coming along that we should be aware (wary) of? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:21
jenisecook RT @lrnchat: Q4) What new tools or trends are coming along that we should be aware (wary) of? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:21
LandDDave RT @lrnchat: Q4) What new tools or trends are coming along that we should be aware (wary) of? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:22
briandusablon RT  Q4) What new tools or trends are coming along that we should be aware (wary) of? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:22
npmaven RT @lrnchat: Q4) What new tools or trends are coming along that we should be aware (wary) of? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:22
Dave_Ferguson Q4: I’m generally wary of any new term that requires ” e- ” in front or ” 2.0 ” after. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:22
2GFred RT @lrnchat: Q4) What new tools or trends are coming along that we should be aware (wary) of? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:22
learninganorak RT @LandDDave: @Akevy613 “tangents are allowed and encouraged”. <= Booyah!!!!   :o) #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:22
jenisecook Q4) Go for it, @terrencewing From your webinar yesterday! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:22
jarroddodson RT @lrnchat: Q4) What new tools or trends are coming along that we should be aware (wary) of? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:22
cnagel RT @lrnchat: Q4) What new tools or trends are coming along that we should be aware (wary) of? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:22
Dave_Ferguson Also, trendyCaps are a GoodWarning that you might be fadDealing. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:22
npmaven Q4) So many possibilities emerging via mobile web. Smart, accessible ways to incorporate will be critical. Not just ‘cuz. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:23
LaurenLK RT @lrnchat: Q4) What new tools or trends are coming along that we should be aware (wary) of? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:23
Quinnovator Q4) SoMe, semantics, info architecture, DITA, #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:23
learninganorak We do need to think about the privacy/data protection thing that’s hot news right now #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:23
jenisecook Q4) Will sit this Q out and watch for the answers. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:23
LearnTribe q4) assuming facebook has the right answers (or google, or wikipedia) #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:23
Rsuominen @eshwaranv  See you next week. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:23
Dave_Ferguson For updates on trends to be wary of, check Google Wave.  And anything you need an invite for. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:23
tonya_simmons RT @Dave_Ferguson: Q4: Im generally wary of any new term that requires ” e- ” in front or ” 2.0 ” after/ or any subsequent “.0” No. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:23
jay_a_allen #lrnchat Q4) A4) Augmented Reality. 10/21/10 11:23
learninganorak @LaurenLK @terrencewing Go us!!! ;o) #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:23
carneysandoe RT @lrnchat: Q4) What new tools or trends are coming along that we should be aware (wary) of? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:23
derekwwade Q4) #lean and #kanban boards in workplace: visual info radiators enabling ad-hoc learning on vy focused outcomes #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:23
Quinnovator Q4) minimalism, meta-learning, broader responsibility on both learning facilitator and learner #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:23
TerrenceWing Q4 Be wary of Spam-aholics masking their evil ways in “Cloud Computing”. Some are wolves in sheeps clothing #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:24
LearnTribe RT @Quinnovator: Q4) SoMe, semantics, info architecture, DITA, #lrnchat > yes – definitely semantic web 10/21/10 11:24
charlesjennings @Quinnovator in the long run – architected structures have greater impact.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:24
derekwwade @jay_a_allen Aug Reality – really? I’ve been wanting this since VRML. Still think it’s really “any day now?” #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:24
Quinnovator Q4) mobile, of course😉 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:24
c4lpt RT @lrnchat: Q4) What new tools or trends are coming along that we should be aware (wary) of? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:24
jarroddodson @Dave_Ferguson Q4: yes, sometimes that is the best way to get buy-in from those that don’t know social lrning. E helps the process #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:24
lress RT  jenisecook: Q4) Will sit this Q out and watch for the answers. #lrnchat  🙂 10/21/10 11:24
Quinnovator @charlesjennings need to point me to a post or something; think I agree, but helps to nail distinction down #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:24
c4lpt Q4) Be VERY wary of systems that want to integrate work into learning; learning needs to be integrated into the workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:24
Dave_Ferguson @derekwwade No, that’s been updated to “real soon now.” #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:24
carneysandoe Q4) Being wary of new things cn B the cause of problems. Learning 2 embrace new tech/resources is critical 2 move forward #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:24
Rsuominen Same here @Dave_Ferguson: Q4: I’m generally wary of any new term that requires ” e- ” in front or ” 2.0 ” after. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:25
npmaven Ha!  RT @Dave_Ferguson: For updates on trends to be wary of, check Google Wave.  And anything you need an invite for. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:25
TerrenceWing @LaurenLK @learninganorak @LearnTribe @NYChase We don’t get older, we only get more techy. Go team Geriatric!! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:25
Dave_Ferguson RT @c4lpt: Q4) Be VERY wary of systems that want to integrate work into learning; learning needs to be integrated into the workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:25
npmaven RT @c4lpt: Q4) Be VERY wary of systems that want to integrate work into learning; learning needs to be integrated into the workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:25
LandDDave Q4) Be aware of SoMe, but be wary of SoMe policies. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:25
theteachinggame Q4) Wary Trend-Forgetting to match goals with new products. That is just using something because it’s trendy. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:25
vincentmaurin RT @Quinnovator: RT @charlesjennings: Grasp that learning is process, not series of events & that learning IS the work, and that work is learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:25
Quinnovator RT @Dave_Ferguson: Q4: generally wary of any new term that requires ” e- ” in front or ” 2.0 ” after. #lrnchat < ah, healthy skepticism😉 10/21/10 11:25
cnagel RT @c4lpt: Q4) Be VERY wary of systems that want to integrate work into learning; learning needs to be integrated into the workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:25
jay_a_allen #lrnchat Q4) A4) Building skill in discerning knowledge from informatiog (author-ranking, comments, etc to aid in sorting wheat fm chaff). 10/21/10 11:25
britz Q4) LMS w/social built in…I dunno…me just a bit wary #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:25
jarroddodson RT @c4lpt: Q4) Be VERY wary of systems that want to integrate work into learning; learning needs to be integrated into the workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:25
derekwwade Q4) Wary of: “social learning” tools that dont enable social learning because they bow to restrictive policies. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:26
learninganorak @Dave_Ferguson @derekwade Or, if you live outside the US “really soon now” even ;o) #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:26
TopCloudHosting Q4 Be wary of Spam-aholics masking their evil ways in “Cloud Computing”. Some are wolves in sheeps clothing #lrnchat:  http://bit.ly/9whGZr 10/21/10 11:26
Quinnovator Q4) trends to avoid: multi-generational, learning styles, all-singing all-dancing solutions… #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:26
derekwwade RT @LandDDave: Q4) Be aware of SoMe, but be wary of SoMe policies. | Exactly what I was trying to say, much better! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:26
learninganorak RT @c4lpt: Q4) Be VERY wary of systems that want to integrate work into learning; learning needs to be integrated into the workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:26
LearnTribe Got to go – 20 mins to grab a bite to eat before teaching our teacher’s nightclass – thanks all #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:26
LandDDave Q4) Be wary of following a trend because it’s hot instead of because of it’s potential applications. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:26
weboffices RT @lrnchat: Q4) What new tools or trends are coming along that we should be aware (wary) of? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:26
mattiaskareld Q4) 3D (at least it seems to be the coolest thing in some medias these days) Sure it will be interesting for learning soon #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:27
jenisecook RT @c4lpt: Q4) Be VERY wary of systems that want to integrate work into learning; learning needs to be integrated into the workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:27
weboffices RT @derekwwade: Q4) Wary of: “social learning” tools that dont enable social learning because they bow to restrictive policies. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:27
Quinnovator RT @C4LPT: Q4) Be VERY wary of systems that want to integrate work into learning; learning needs to be integrated into the workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:27
LaurenLK #lrnchat Q4: always be wary of the technology driving; the learning or performance needs to drive 10/21/10 11:27
LandDDave Q4) I’m also very intrigued by the potential applications of Google TV. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:27
Quinnovator RT @LaurenLK: #lrnchat Q4: always be wary of the technology driving; the learning or performance needs to drive < hear hear 10/21/10 11:27
learninganorak @Quinnovator Learning styles Ack, gack ptui! I’ve come over all nauseous ;o) #lrnchat #noppigeonholing! 10/21/10 11:28
techherding Gotta run, wife awaits. Dick Carlson from Sunny (81 degrees) South Carolina. Remember — “LMS” means “Less Money for Spectacular”!  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:28
theteachinggame Q4) Trends to follow anyone? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:28
Dave_Ferguson @learninganorak That’s because you have an aversion-based learning style. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:28
2GFred Q4) Aren’t those in this discussion the ones who are setting the trends? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:28
npmaven Critical. Easy 2 forget. RT @LaurenLK: #lrnchat Q4: always be wary  technology driving; learning or performance needs to drive #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:28
learninganorak Be driven by the org’s goals, not the L&D department’s #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:28
derekwwade @learninganorak re US English vs. True English: http://bit.ly/cTrBIm #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:28
charlesjennings Q4) Business Process Guidance (21st century ePSS) – removes need for formal systems, processes and product training  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:28
Dave_Ferguson Trend to follow: 5+ years of slow-to-no economic growth in developed countries. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:29
jenisecook @LearnTribe Thank you! Have fun in class. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:29
Quinnovator @theteachinggame semantics, mobile, SoMe, meta-learning,… #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:29
Quinnovator RT @charlesjennings: Q4) Business Process Guidance (21C ePSS) – removes need for formal systems, processes and product training  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:29
learninganorak @Dave_Ferguson That’s hilarious!!! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:29
derekwwade RT @mattiaskareld: Q4) 3D | agreed… 3D a major push in mapping, visualisation lately. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:29
jenisecook RT @LaurenLK: #lrnchat Q4: always be wary of the technology driving; the learning or performance needs to drive #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:30
learninganorak @DerekWWade LOL! Words have always had their way with me. Ask anyone who knows me. ;o) #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:30
charlesjennings RT @C4LPT Be VERY wary of systems that want to integrate work into learning;learning needs to be integrated into the workflow #lrnchat <YES> 10/21/10 11:30
johnnyeducation RT @c4lpt: Q4) Be VERY wary of systems that want to integrate work into learning; learning needs to be integrated into the workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:30
c4lpt q4) Be VERY wary of use of the term “social learning”; it might refer to “social training” not  “social workflow learning” #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:30
jwinans17 RT @c4lpt: Q4) Be VERY wary of systems that want to integrate work into learning; learning needs to be integrated into the workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:30
derekwwade @learninganorak Did you watch the link?😉 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:31
learninganorak @DerekWWade It’s running as we speak! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:31
cnagel RT @theteachinggame: Q4) Trends to follow anyone? #lrnchat Research is showing Collaboration, really builds ee engagement, work passion 10/21/10 11:31
Dave_Ferguson @c4lpt What?  Training isn’t learning?  Next you’ll say that accomplishments are more than behavior. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:31
eestes1 Q4) be wary of any data store product w/out a defined API to access it’s data. Availability is needed to be driver of learning  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:31
learninganorak RT @c4lpt: q4) Be VERY wary of use of term “social learning”; it might refer to “social training” not  “social workflow learning” #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:32
jenisecook RT @derekwwade: @learninganorak Did you watch the link?😉 << Let’s make fun of USA English. My fave fun activity. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:32
sahana2802 RT @c4lpt: Q4) Be VERY wary of systems that want to integrate work into learning; learning needs to be integrated into the workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:32
mrch0mp3rs “integrated” vs. “open” comes to mind… #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:32
derekwwade @learninganorak @quinnovator @dave_ferguson Are “learning styles” truly passe’ now? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:32
Luziata RT @c4lpt: Q4) Be VERY wary of systems that want to integrate work into learning; learning needs to be integrated into the workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:32
sifowler <drive-by2!> I recommend “Productive Reflection at Work” by Boud/Cressey/Docherty relevant to WorkflowLearning http://bit.ly/b1bObV #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:33
learninganorak @DerekWWade Self-confessed pedant, here, I’m afraid…. :o> But not as bad as those described #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:33
jarroddodson RT @c4lpt: q4) Be VERY wary of use of the term “social learning”; it might refer to “social training” not  “social workflow learning” #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:33
lrnchat Q5) What are you hoping to see/needing, to make progress with supporting social workflow learning? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:33
johnnyeducation RT @C4LPT q4 on #lrnchat  -Be VERY wary of use of the term social learning; it might refer to “social training” not social workflow learning 10/21/10 11:33
learninganorak @DerekWWade Oh yes please! Long since! And I hope I have contributed to that! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:33
Quinnovator @DerekWWade evidence (UK study, US study) says no evidence for adapting to learning styles #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:33
Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q5) What are you hoping to see/needing, to make progress with supporting social workflow learning? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:34
jenisecook RT @sifowler “Productive Reflection at Work” by Boud/Cressey/Docherty relevant to WorkflowLearning http://bit.ly/b1bObV #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:34
Dave_Ferguson @derekwwade Alas, far from passé, learning styles have real staying power.  Just like astrology. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:34
derekwwade @jenisecook Actually, the link makes terribly literate fun of people who make fun of US English🙂 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:34
jenisecook RT @lrnchat: Q5) What are you hoping to see/needing, to make progress with supporting social workflow learning? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:34
learninganorak @jenisecook This one is making fun of English English… by Stephen Fry, no less #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:34
LandDDave RT @lrnchat: Q5) What are you hoping to see/needing, to make progress with supporting social workflow learning? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:34
derekwwade RT @mrch0mp3rs: “integrated” vs. “open” comes to mind… | +1 to that. I’ll take open over integrated any day. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:34
Quinnovator Q5) first, awareness of the responsibility to take on more than just ‘formal’ #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:34
charlesjennings @C4LPT Be VERY wary of use of the term “social learning”; it might refer to “social training” not “social workflow learning” #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:34
jenisecook Q5) Perf plans that add social to the perf objectives tied to the org’s goals. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:34
carneysandoe Teachers/admin need to conceptualize how the use of various programs/tech can help in a classroom #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:35
Quinnovator Q5) second, understanding that (broad notion of) learning can’t be isolated from workflow #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:35
LaurenLK RT @Dave_Ferguson: @derekwwade Alas, far from passé, learning styles have real staying power.  Just like astrology. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:35
npmaven RT @lrnchat: Q5) What are you hoping to see/needing, to make progress with supporting social workflow learning? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:35
LandDDave Q5) I’d like to see credible data on the benefits.  That usually helps tip the scale towards mass acceptance. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:35
derekwwade Q5) Different legislation regarding privacy! “Privacy” is used to lock down so much, inhibit SoLearn connections. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:35
Quinnovator Q5) focusing on performance outcomes needed #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:35
briandusablon Q5) Just more good examples of successful implementations, best practices, etc. Keep publishing what works, people. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:36
cnagel RT @lrnchat: Q5) What are you hoping to see/needing, to make progress with supporting social workflow learning? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:36
LandDDave RT @Quinnovator: Q5) first, awareness of the responsibility to take on more than just formal #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:36
derekwwade @LaurenLK Bwahaha! Okay, I think I have my answer. Thank you.🙂 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:36
briandusablon Ditto > RT @LandDDave: Q5) Id like to see credible data on the benefits.  That usually helps tip the scale towards mass acceptance. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:36
jay_a_allen RT @briandusablon: Q5) Just more good examples of successful implementations, best practices, etc. Keep publishing what works, people. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:36
Tina_Barr RT @carneysandoe: Teachers/admin need to conceptualize how the use of various programs/tech can help in a classroom #lrnchat PD can help 10/21/10 11:36
Dave_Ferguson RT @briandusablon: Just more good examples of successful implementations, best practices, etc. Keep publishing what works, people. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:36
Akevy613 Thank you to all those that helped me understand #lrnchat. I think I may just lurk a bit this week and hope to join in the future 10/21/10 11:36
c4lpt RT @lrnchat: Q5) What are you hoping to see/needing, to make progress with supporting social workflow learning? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:36
britz RT @johnnyeducation @C4LPT Q4) Be VERY wary of  “social learning”; it might refer to “social training” not social workflow learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:36
briandusablon I should just develop a personal bot that adds “Ditto >” to everything @LandDDave posts. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:36
learninganorak This has been wonderful, boys and girls, but I have things to do, places to go and people to kill, er… scratch that last one ;o) #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:37
jenisecook RT @LandDDave: RT @Quinnovator: Q5) first, awareness of the responsibility to take on more than just formal #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:37
Quinnovator @DerekWWade recognition is growing that SoMe policies are redundant, no different from other media (e.g. conversation) #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:37
Dave_Ferguson Following @briandusablon: pay attention to what you do, work at experimenting & learning, share was worked & what didn’t. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:37
PTKLearning #lrnchat sorry for my limited input – got dragged away with work 10/21/10 11:37
derekwwade Q5) Suggestions for different ‘grading’ methods to encourage social/collaborative learning vs. individual competition. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:37
Rsuominen RT @LandDDave: Q5) I’d like to see credible data on the benefits.  That usually helps tip the scale towards mass acceptance. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:37
Luziata Q5) Opening spaces for process reviews and conversations about the work process (meta process) is key, but not yet valued. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:38
Tina_Barr RT @Dave_Ferguson: @briandusablon: pay attention 2 wht U do, work at experimenting & learning, share was worked & wht dnt. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:38
briandusablon Anyone using innovation tools like BrightIdea, Spigit, Kindling? Experiences? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:38
Quinnovator @LandDDave think @C4LPT and @jaycross have some good examples #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:38
jenisecook @Akevy613 There’s the USA chat that begins at 8:30pm East Coast time. You can also join with us a 2nd time! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:38
LandDDave @briandusablon Auto RT could be a dangerous tactic… especially when I’m watching the 49er games… #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:38
mattiaskareld Q5) Turning fear of “social” into curiosity at decision makers. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:38
jenisecook @PTKLearning Even limited input is welcomed! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:38
Luziata RT @lrnchat: Q5) What are you hoping to see/needing, to make progress with supporting social workflow learning? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:38
torriedunlap Q5) Fewer firewalls in schools and gov’t would help! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:38
derekwwade @derekwwade “Recognition is growing” – references you can point us to? Thx! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:38
Quinnovator RT @mattiaskareld: Q5) Turning fear of “social” into curiosity at decision makers. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:38
jenisecook RT @briandusablon: Anyone using innovation tools like BrightIdea, Spigit, Kindling? Experiences? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:38
Tina_Barr RT @lrnchat: Q5) What are you hoping to see/needing, to make progress with supporting social workflow learning? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:38
Quinnovator RT @LandDDave: @briandusablon Auto RT could be a dangerous tactic… especially when I’m watching the 49er games… #lrnchat < you too? 10/21/10 11:39
LandDDave @Quinnovator Funny, I was just going to tweet that @c4lpt will hopefully have taken that tweet to heart. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:39
Luziata RT @Tina_Barr: RT @Dave_Ferguson: @briandusablon: pay attention 2 wht U do, work at experimenting & learning, share was worked & wht dnt. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:39
cnagel RT @briandusablon: I should just develop a personal bot that adds “Ditto >” to everything @LandDDave posts. #lrnchat –> DITTO 10/21/10 11:39
c4lpt Q5) Courage to take the first steps; and do things differently  .. as always😦 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:39
Quinnovator RT @Luziata:Opening spaces for process reviews and conversations about the work process (meta process) is key, but not yet valued. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:39
PTKLearning This is very much changing – RT @mattiaskareld: Q5) Turning fear of “social” into curiosity at decision makers. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:39
jenisecook RT @c4lpt: Q5) Courage to take the first steps; and do things differently  .. as always😦 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:39
carneysandoe @Akevy613 Also first time at #lrnchat! Greetings! 10/21/10 11:40
briandusablon Of course. Is there any other way?🙂 RT @c4lpt: Q5) Courage to take the first steps; and do things differently  .. as always😦 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:40
Quinnovator RT @C4LPT: Q5) Courage to take the first steps; and do things differently  .. as always😦 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:40
LandDDave @Quinnovator I came across an summer sports magazine the other day – in it they picked the 49ers to win the division. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:40
jarroddodson RT @torriedunlap: Q5) Fewer firewalls in schools and gov’t would help! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:40
lress #lrnchat Q4) we have been asked for new trends, but most answers talk about “to be wary of”🙂 or😦 ? 10/21/10 11:40
jenisecook @carneysandoe Welcome! Hope to see you next week. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:40
Quinnovator Q5) go beyond best practices and take on best principles #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:40
Luziata RT @PTKLearning: This is very much changing – RT @mattiaskareld: Q5) Turning fear of “social” into curiosity at decision makers. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:40
derekwwade @PTKLearning “fear of social is changing into curiosity” – Again, any success stories? Would help us point current decision makers #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:40
PTKLearning RT @c4lpt: Q5) Courage to take the first steps; and do things differently  .. as always😦 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:40
Tina_Barr @Dave_Ferguson thanks! Who doesn’t make tpyos on Twiterr😉 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:41
LandDDave RT @Quinnovator: Q5) go beyond best practices and take on best principles << Nice! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:41
sahana2802 RT @lrnchat: Q5) What are you hoping to see/needing, to make progress with supporting social workflow learning? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:41
Dave_Ferguson @lress “Be wary of” is a fatter target. 😉

#lrnchat

10/21/10 11:41
briandusablon @c4lpt that should be🙂, not😦. We’re lucky to be the innovators. As frustrating as it is, I wouldn’t want it any other way. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:41
Quinnovator @LandDDave the York still thinks they can😉 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:41
derekwwade Q4) Be aware of OpenSpace Technology (not wary of it) @lress #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:41
LaurenLK Lunch is calling — thanks much folks!  Lovely chat today!  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:41
mattiaskareld Q5) Stepping out of the comfort zone  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:42
charlesjennings Q5) It would be great to see the bulk of L&D professionals step up and focus on potentials of social and workplace learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:42
Quinnovator @lress started with things to look for, but then caution took hold, (human trait?🙂 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:42
jenisecook @sahana2802 Hi Sahana!! Good to see you today.😉 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:42
mrch0mp3rs I want open AND integrateable/connectable. I don’t believe that open/integrated is necessarily boolean. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:42
briandusablon @LaurenLK oooh, lunch. Thanks for the reminder. Dagwood-building time. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:42
dpontefract RT @charlesjennings: Q5) It would be great to see the bulk of L&D professionals step up and focus on potentials of social and workplace learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:42
Tina_Barr @derekwwade @lress what is an example of OpenSpace Technology plz? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:42
c4lpt @LandDDave Which one? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:42
LandDDave RT @Quinnovator: @LandDDave the York still thinks they can < Saw that.  He should have allowed himself to sober up before speaking #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:42
Quinnovator RT @charlesjennings: would be great to see bulk of L&D professionals step up and focus on potentials of social & workplace learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:42
Quinnovator RT @mattiaskareld: Q5) Stepping out of the comfort zone  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:43
jenisecook RT @charlesjennings: would be great to see bulk of L&D professionals step up and focus on potentials of social & workplace learning #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:43
Luziata @charlesjennings The question is, if L&D is not focused on potentials of social and workplace learning, what are they doing?😉 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:44
carneysandoe @jenisecook Thank you so much! Trying to get a handle on the convo today, so many people!🙂 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:44
derekwwade @Tina_Barr Google “Harrison Owen” and see http://www.openspaceworld.org. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:44
LandDDave RT @c4lpt: @LandDDave Which 1? < Q5) like to see credible data on the benefits. usually helps tip the scale towards mass acceptance #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:44
PTKLearning @charlesjennings we need to change the bulk of the L&D professionals – i think #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:44
jenisecook @carneysandoe Use http://www.tweetchat.com to follow the convo. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:44
Dave_Ferguson @Luziata They’re giving courses, logging data in the LMS, counting contact hours, and being otherwise useful. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:44
jenisecook RT @derekwwade: @Tina_Barr Google “Harrison Owen” and see http://www.openspaceworld.org. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:44
mrch0mp3rs Bulk of L&D professionals ARE going to accelerate to social & workplace learning. They’ll get there. My question: what then? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:45
Quinnovator RT @Luziata: Question is, if L&D is not focused on potentials of social and workplace learning, what are they doing?😉 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:45
Dave_Ferguson @carneysandoe It’s chaotic here, but only because it’s messy. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:45
DerekWWade @mrch0mp3rs “Open and integratABLE” is fine (see Eclipse). “Open and integratED” is somewhat an oxymoron (see anything by IBM) #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:45
lrnchat Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome, too. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:45
Tina_Barr @derekwwade Thanks! I will check that link out! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:45
c4lpt q5) If you don’t have the courage, there’s always the ITA http://www.internettimealliance.com to help you out🙂 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:45
charlesjennings @Luziata <if L&D not focused on potential of social and workplace learning what are they doing? <writing training manuals,mostly:)> #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:45
briandusablon QWrap) Brian Dusablon, learning geek. Here to help & share. Ask, but be prepared for ranting (usually on usability/accessibility). #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:45
jenisecook RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome, too. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:45
Quinnovator @mrch0mp3rs then we have hope that we can shift orgs to empower their people and raise the game  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:45
LandDDave RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome, too. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:46
Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome, too. #lrnchat < what, already? 10/21/10 11:46
briandusablon @mrch0mp3rs then we do whatever’s next. Innovation, improvement is never-ending. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:46
mrch0mp3rs @derekwwade I thought I typed integrateable? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:46
Quinnovator Clark Quinn, learning experience design strategist extraordinaire, consultant/speaker/author, genial malcontent #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:46
tonya_simmons Qwrap) Tonya Goth Simmons, project developer, Phasient Learning Technologies, Ames IA, http://www.phasient.com #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:46
jenisecook Qwrap) http://www.ridgeviewmedia.com Freelance ID and #elearning developer in So Cal USA.  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:47
c4lpt RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome, too. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:47
PTKLearning Q5) there is a desperation to adopt ‘new ways’ OR ‘innovation’ – the only issues is proving it works.  This is changing but slowly  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:47
DerekWWade @mrch0mp3rs You did. So we agree.🙂 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:47
Dave_Ferguson Dave Ferguson, DC area, workplace learning, wry analogies, seeking new projects (esp in Canada), daveswhiteboard.com #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:47
torriedunlap Qwrap) Torrie, San Diego, Sorry! #lrnchat flake today. Distracted by work demands in real time. See you next week! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:47
CarneySandoe RT @briandusablon: @mrch0mp3rs then we do whatever’s next. Innovation, improvement is never-ending. #lrnchat Agree! 10/21/10 11:47
cnagel RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome, too. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:47
weboffices Thanks everyone for a great first #lrnchat! See you next week 10/21/10 11:47
jarroddodson Qwrap) Jarrod–Employee Dvlpmnt, recently been charged with bringing e-/social learning to our company. thnx for the help! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:47
Quinnovator Shameless request: looks like I’ll be in Europe and footloose 4-11 Dec, anyone want to take advantage? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:47
bcDL10 Going to #DevLearn? Checkout BackChatter, a game of Twitter trendspotting – http://bc.impactgames.com Sign up today! #dl10 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:47
LandDDave @mrch0mp3rs There’s no finish lilne.  When we reach that level, we see what is required to take the next leap. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:47
derekwwade QWrap) Derek W. Wade, passionate about/frustrated with helping people learn HOW to learn. Currently disguised as an #agile coach. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:48
Quinnovator RT @C4LPT: q5) If you don’t have the courage, there’s always the ITA http://www.internettimealliance.com to help you out🙂 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:48
lress Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself #lrnchat: Lore Reß, freelancer, specialist for live-online training, germany 10/21/10 11:48
briandusablon RT @LandDDave: @mrch0mp3rs Theres no finish lilne.  When we reach that level, we see what is required to take the next leap. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:48
c4lpt qwrap) #lrnchat All my tweets today came from my recent article on social workflow learning http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/articles/newera.html 10/21/10 11:48
carneysandoe @jenisecook I will use that link for the next convo, thank you so much! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:48
theteachinggame Qwrap)Thanks for a great Lrnchat everyone! Check my recent post– Getting into Trouble=Getting out of Trouble: http://su.pr/AWldjE #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:48
charlesjennings Qwrap) Charles Jennings, Duntroon Associates http://bit.ly/aTiimX  and ITA http://bit.ly/bO4uvn #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:48
mattiaskareld Mattias Kareld, Learning Designer at IKEA of Sweden, signing off. Thanx for some great insights. C u next week if not earlier. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:49
jenisecook @carneysandoe It really helps,  you’ll like it. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:49
derekwwade QWrap) Shameless plug: just gave talk on mental models visavis #agile methods. At slideshare: http://j.mp/avA1R2 comments welcome! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:49
Quinnovator RT looks like I’ll be in Europe and footloose 4-11 Dec, anyone want to take advantage? #lrnchat < specifically in and near Germany 10/21/10 11:49
LandDDave QWrap) David Kelly, Training Director for a NYC Based Bank.  Thanks for another great  #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:49
Quinnovator RT @C4LPT #lrnchat All my tweets today came from my recent article on social workflow learning http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/articles/newera.html 10/21/10 11:50
PTKLearning Qwrap) PTK Learning (Patrick Fitzpatrick), Sheffield, eLearning Innovator.  Check Out   – elearning Halloween http://bit.ly/atN1gg #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:50
c4lpt #lrnchat Looking for examples see here http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/handbook/corporate.html and here http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/handbook/examples.html 10/21/10 11:50
carneysandoe @Dave_Ferguson🙂 “Chaos in the world brings uneasiness, but it also allows the opportunity for creativity and growth.” -Barrett #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:50
cnagel Qwrap) Thanks for the #lrnchat – Cyndi Nagel, Mission Viejo, Sport Chalet Training Manager. I may jump in again this afternoon. 10/21/10 11:50
Luziata Blogging at http://ideastoinnovate.wordpress.com/ ingl and http://ideiasprainovar.wordpress.com/ port #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:50
elizbtheastman Watch The Seven Spaces of Technology in School Environments on Vimeo! http://vimeo.com/15774119 #tlchat #lrnchat #pyp 10/21/10 11:50
derekwwade RT @carneysandoe: “Chaos in the world brings uneasiness, but it also allows the opportunity for creativity and growth.” -Barrett #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:51
KristiBroom Kristi Broom, learning technology, Minneapolis. Thanks for the conversation! #Lrnchat 10/21/10 11:51
nadinerothermel Proficiency/mastery also rated by peers in social learning environment #slbootcamp #lrnchat #astdforum 10/21/10 11:51
jenisecook @cnagel Cyndi!!! I’m in AV, just a few miles from you. Will follow you, follow me and we can send Direct Messages to each other. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:51
mrch0mp3rs There is no finish line, agreed, but going in without imagining a way out (to what’s next). We’re architecting, not designing. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:52
Quinnovator RT @C4LPT: #lrnchat for examples see http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/handbook/corporate.html and http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/handbook/examples.html 10/21/10 11:52
Quinnovator thanks for another great #lrnchat to all new and returning participants 10/21/10 11:53
Tina_Barr RT @mrch0mp3rs: thr is no finish line but going in w/out imagining a way out (to wht’s nxt). We’re architecting, not designing. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:53
jenisecook RT @C4LPT: Examples see http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/handbook/corporate.html and http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/handbook/examples.html #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:53
jay_a_allen #astdforum #lrnchat Move fm L&D professional to Performance Analyst Coach/Consultant? Is core of our tree rotten? Do we need a major shift? 10/21/10 11:53
cnagel @jenisecook Hi Jenise, I believe I am already following you, and some of the work you do.  Wish more of the people on #lrnchat were local. 10/21/10 11:53
derekwwade @c4lpt @quinnovator @charlesjennings Thanks for links, citations, and thoughts! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:54
Tina_Barr Thanks for the convo on #lrnchat! @jenisecook @Dave_Ferguson @TerrenceWing @theteachinggame 10/21/10 11:54
Dave_Ferguson @jay_a_allen Not rotten; some of the L&D tree is probably petrified. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:54
jenisecook @cnagel Do you go to our ASTD meetings? http://www.astdoc.org #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:54
cnagel RT @c4lpt: #lrnchat Looking for examples see here http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/handbook/corporate.html and here http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/handbook/examples.html 10/21/10 11:54
PTKLearning really enjoyed the #lrnchat – until next week 10/21/10 11:54
mrch0mp3rs Aaron Silvers, Chicago, IL. REALLY looking forward to #DL10. I’m hoping to meet/see/hang with most of you there!!!! #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:55
jay_a_allen #lrnchat Qwrap) @ADL_Initiative Chief Collaboration Officer (Public Sector) & ISD Team Lead. 10/21/10 11:56
derekwwade Thanks again, all – delightful way to spend time stuck in an airport. Love my fellow learning tweeps. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:56
mrch0mp3rs @Dave_Ferguson “Petrified” is a particularly interesting description. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:56
Dave_Ferguson @mrch0mp3rs Matter at rest tend to remain at rest.  Matter in motion tends to not change direction. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:57
LandDDave RT @mrch0mp3rs: @Dave_Ferguson “Petrified” is a particularly interesting description. <I was just thinking the same thing. #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:57
sahana2802 @jenisecook Hi…good to be “back”.🙂 Have been hopping between #lrnchat and work…so missed parts of it. 10/21/10 11:57
carneysandoe Thx for the first #lrnchat experience (and advice) @DerekWWade @Dave_Ferguson @jenisecook 10/21/10 11:57
kwooleyy RT @mrch0mp3rs: Bulk of L&D professionals ARE going to accelerate to social & workplace learning. They’ll get there. My question: what then? #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:57
jay_a_allen You always have way of improving! RT @Dave_Ferguson: @jay_a_allen Not rotten; some of L&D tree is probably petrified. #lrnchat #astdforum 10/21/10 11:57
jenisecook @sahana2802 You can always read the transcript. Now, I need to get back to work!😉 #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:58
Dave_Ferguson @LandDDave It’s good to let the audience come to its own understanding… #lrnchat 10/21/10 11:58
lrnchat Thank you for joining us on #lrnchat. Pls invite others next week & tell us if you blog about the conversation. http://lrnchat.com 10/21/10 11:58
TrainingIndustr RT @c4lpt: qwrap) #lrnchat All my tweets today came from my recent article on social workflow learning http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/articles/newera.html 10/21/10 11:59
elizbtheastman The Moral Imperative–K-12 Online Conference Keynote http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=610 #PYP #tlchat #lrnchat 10/21/10 12:00
simonedays RT @Luziata: Blogging at http://ideastoinnovate.wordpress.com/ ingl and http://ideiasprainovar.wordpress.com/ port #lrnchat 10/21/10 12:01
MaryJoFeeney Lurked my first webchat.  Awesome convo.  Next time I’ll tweet too!  #Lrnchat 10/21/10 12:02
jwinans17 fun to follow the #lrnchat conversation for the first time. looking forward to participating next week 10/21/10 12:03
elizbtheastman How to Compose a Quality Comment! http://goo.gl/Jkzx #tlchat #lrnchat 10/21/10 12:07
jenisecook MUST WATCH!! Very funny vid on #SoMe #socialmedia http://youtu.be/O8g3AFnT_Hk #lrnchat #astd #mlearncon #dl10 HT to @elearning 10/21/10 12:10
derekwwade Dear Tweeps – my twitter volume returns to normal as I’m done with #lrnchat. 10/21/10 12:10
jay_a_allen Great read. #astdforum #lrnchat  @RT @bettrat: Distracted by the data « Mind Hacks http://bit.ly/dCfo3M 10/21/10 12:13
sahana2802 RT @c4lpt: #lrnchat All my tweets today came from my recent article on social workflow learning http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/articles/newera.html 10/21/10 12:17

 

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