Transcript – March 12, 2015: Research

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This Week’s Chat Questions

  • We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week?
  • Do you use research to inform your practice? If so, what are your sources?
  • Why do some seem so resistant to research? Why do some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving it?
  • What challenges exist in reading research? How can we overcome them?
  • What are some red flags that can hint that a researcher skewed research towards his or her own personal agenda?
  • Why do you think some people practice without any regard to research?
  • If you were to write a research report, what are some of the issues you’d focus on to ensure high quality/accuracy?

Chat Transcript

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8:30 PM lrnchat Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
8:30 PM trainersleaders Joining #lrnchat colleagues now for an hour-long exploration of the role of research in training-teaching-learning; hope to see you there
8:31 PM Tracy_Parish Hello #lrnchat nice to see you all again.
8:31 PM OpenAccessLearn RT @lrnchat: Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
8:31 PM SLDoyle67 Happy to be here! Been enjoying above seasonal temperatures back in Alberta
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8:31 PM DanHirtEsq Let’s rock and roll with another #lrnchat ! Feeling good about this!
8:31 PM kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
8:31 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
8:31 PM lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
8:31 PM willconstantine Very good! #lrnchat
8:31 PM KristieLBurk Hi all! #lrnchat
8:32 PM opurt11 Chad Lowry, Customer Education Manager, Chicago, Grad Student. Finishing up last class before graduation in May! #lrnchat
8:32 PM OpenAccessLearn Hi #lrnchat – ters. I’ve been well thanks – fine and warm in Brisbane, Australia today.
8:32 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
8:32 PM SLDoyle67 Working on learning the financial industry. New job started last week! #lrnchat
8:32 PM bschlenker Hi everyone! Brent Schlenker #meerkat-ing from Phoenix, AZ where winter is over. CLO at LitmosLMS. #lrnchat
8:32 PM Learning_Dude Hello, #lrnchat. Happy Thursday. Stephen from Roanoke, Virginia, USA. http://t.co/YlGtewyfYv
8:32 PM OpenAccessLearn RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
8:32 PM JD_Dillon On my way to hockey but stopping in to say HI to the #lrnchat crew! Hope to cya in Orlando for #LSCon in 2 weeks.
8:32 PM Tracy_Parish Just came back from a trip down the California coast. Have about 7000 photos to sort through and create into a book. #lrnchat
8:32 PM trainersleaders Intro: Paul Signorelli, San Francisco-based writer-trainer-consultant; enjoying @bencareynyt’s book “How We Learn” #lrnchat
8:32 PM DanHirtEsq I’m Dan from Michigan, training, #podcasting about #training, being a dad, the usual..#lrnchat
8:32 PM opurt11 @SLDoyle67 Nice! Which company? #lrnchat
8:33 PM Quinnovator yay, time for the memestream mayhem that is #lrnchat, duck or, better yet, join
8:33 PM Learning_Dude @bschlenker We’re competing for screen time. I’m running @AppMeerkat, too. It’s bit tricky, and maybe too much multi-tasking! #lrnchat
8:33 PM LnDDave Greetings #lrnchat – David from NY, checking in!
8:33 PM brunowinck Hi #lrnchat, Bruno, Passion: Learning, Working on: Market segmentation (contact me to get interviewed!) + Garden (Spriiing!)
8:33 PM Learning_Dude For the next 60 minutes I’ll be sending a tidal wave of tweets, aka. #lrnchat. Beware. Ignore. Join? My apologies in advance.😉
8:34 PM SLDoyle67 @opurt11 Alberta Treasury Branch. I’m a learning partner for the business & agriculture side #lrnchat
8:34 PM jsilapas Jessica from New Jersey, social media manager. Working on data reporting and professional development training. #lrnchat
8:34 PM bschlenker @bschlenker Hello from Meerkat! #lrnchat
8:34 PM kelly_smith01 Kelly Smith, consultant somewhere in North America #lrnchat
8:34 PM Learning_Dude Thanks to @bschlenker I learned about both @AppMeerkat and @videolicious. Two very cools ways to get video online. #lrnchat
8:34 PM flipchartguy Brian from Seattle… kind of checking in while also shoveling food into my kids’ mouths… #lrnchat
8:34 PM Quinnovator Clark Quinn, consultant/author/speaker, L&D revolution instigator, miscreant, Walnut Creek CA #lrnchat
8:34 PM opurt11 @LnDDave Thx for noting that the concurrent session rooms are in alpha order on the #LSCon hangout today. Would’ve missed it! #lrnchat
8:34 PM OpenAccessLearn RT @Quinnovator: yay, time for the memestream mayhem that is #lrnchat, duck or, better yet, join
8:35 PM TheRealAirton Airton, Living the Dream in Orlando, FL enabler of learning formal or not… #lrnchat
8:35 PM kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:35 PM Learning_Dude Major project across org is implementing the right tech to enable eff social collaboration + informal lrng. #lrnchat
8:35 PM DanHirtEsq a0. Garbage in, garbage out. LMS reporting shenanigans…#lrnchat
8:35 PM OpenAccessLearn RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:35 PM JeremyDBond Checking in! Parent. Education communications professional. Journalist by trade. Always had to do research in one way or another. #lrnchat
8:35 PM flipchartguy a0) The idea of net promoter scores as measuring tool for training is more controversial than I thought… #lrnchat
8:35 PM opurt11 Q0) Learned there is an ongoing debate over whether media influences learning, or if method is all that matters. #lrnchat
8:35 PM willconstantine Will Constantine, Creator of LearnHaus, President of NNJ ATD, Chef and from NJ #lrnchat
8:35 PM brunowinck Q0) Learning .. micro learning and micro content : development, combining, semantic support #lrnchat
8:35 PM SLDoyle67 Q1) I learned I can’t make it to ATD2015. Will be following backchannels! #lrnchat
8:36 PM LnDDave @opurt11 I missed it the first time I was there.🙂 #lrnchat
8:36 PM trainersleaders q0) Learned this week that I’ll be among the break-out session presenters for #NMCorg’s summer conference: http://t.co/lsTYWla7Xj #lrnchat
8:36 PM sbruington @bschlenker Hey, Brent! More eyes, less forehead. Nice.😉 #lrnchat
8:36 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:36 PM urbie #lrnchat urbie, education engineer from arizona
8:36 PM TheRealAirton Apologies for the streamof tweets over the next hour… #LRNCHAT
8:36 PM Tracy_Parish This week I observed the power of having someone explain something back to you in their own words to reinforce and understand. #lrnchat
8:36 PM bschlenker @jsilapas Welcome! #lrnchat
8:36 PM kelly_smith01 Q0) Patience is an important virtue when trying to land a client #lrnchat
8:36 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:36 PM Learning_Dude For 2015 I’ve made it my goal/mission to learn about metacognition and mindfulness; still getting started. #lrnchat
8:36 PM OpenAccessLearn A0) This week I’m learning how to use the paper app by @fiftythree by participating in the @blairrorani Twitter draw-a-thon #lrnchat
8:36 PM bschlenker @sbruington Just learning as I go🙂 #lrnchat
8:36 PM AllisonAnderson A0) I learned about being a support group leader for the Alzheimer’s Association.
#lrnchat
8:36 PM Dan_Jacques_LD a0) creating a mobile website is not as hard as I expected #lrnchat
8:37 PM Learning_Dude A0) Our team is getting much better at collaborating across @Yammer. Here’s to less email! #lrnchat
8:37 PM AllisonAnderson Allison from Portland, OR signing in for just a few minutes of Lrnchat fun!
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8:37 PM willconstantine Q0) that I need to get a new DVD player because the HDMI won’t communicate with my TV. I want to watch my movie! #lrnchat
8:37 PM Learning_Dude @AllisonAnderson Very cool. #lrnchat
8:37 PM brunowinck #truefact It’s becoming easier RT @Dan_Jacques_LD: a0) creating a mobile website is not as hard as I expected #lrnchat
8:37 PM duchampian Hey #lrnchat looking for a great next job? I #lovemyjob you could too, work @Availity! https://t.co/DEhBx0NSgq
8:37 PM LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:37 PM bschlenker @willconstantine Have you looked at #meerkat yet? #lrnchat
8:37 PM LorettaDonovan A0 I learned that teaching grad school courses on elearning still makes me a expert after a decade #lrnchat
8:38 PM TheRealAirton A0) Learned that actual learning many times is second to clicky blingness #lrnchat
8:38 PM jsilapas Q0) I learned that digital citizenship is extremely important for students of all ages! #lrnchat
8:38 PM rfs426 Been learning a ton at @sxswedu the last few days. Looking forward to sharing tonight from public ed K-12. #lrnchat
8:38 PM trainersleaders Sounds wonderful; writing about it? MT @AllisonAnderson Learned about being a support group leader for the Alzheimer’s Association
#lrnchat
8:38 PM kelly_smith01 Q0) Listening to NPR and a report on later in life learning #lrnchat
8:38 PM brunowinck #meerkat it with someone with HDMI ? @willconstantine #lrnchat
8:38 PM fugu13 A0) learned that I rather like whipped cream on cheap drip coffee. Probably too much. #lrnchat
8:38 PM SLDoyle67 Q0) Also learned about Flipboard this week. Awesome resource! #lrnchat
8:38 PM Learning_Dude A0) I learned that coming up with a topic for #DevLearn is hard, especially having not been to an #eLG conference before. #lrnchat
8:38 PM willconstantine @bschlenker No not yet #lrnchat
8:39 PM Tracy_Parish I have remembered I need to rearrange my tweetdeck columns before starting #lrnchat.😉
8:39 PM JeremyDBond @jsilapas sounds like last night’s #ptchat. #lrnchat
8:39 PM AllisonAnderson @trainersleaders Hopefully. But mostly, I’m starting a new support group next month! V. excited to use my experience to help others #lrnchat
8:39 PM lrnchat Q1) Do you use research to inform your practice? If so, what are your sources? #lrnchat
8:39 PM Learning_Dude @SLDoyle67 Love @Flipboard! I push articles I want to read from there to @Pocket to read later. #lrnchat
8:39 PM rfs426 Pumped to find ways to bring @atd into the public ed realm. #lrnchat
8:39 PM Newchapterlearn RT @stipton: NEW POST: Why over-think #learning design? Beauty in the Simplicity of Learning http://t.co/FOwt625XdJ #LRNchat #Elearning
8:39 PM urbie #lrnchat A0 Learnt about learning missions through #eduLS ..
8:39 PM OpenAccessLearn RT: Mairi from Oz. Passion is #learning in all levels/forms. Working on blog start-up and reading/sharing interesting things #lrnchat
8:39 PM TheRealAirton RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you use research to inform your practice? If so, what are your sources? #lrnchat
8:40 PM opurt11 @Learning_Dude What’s the last technology you implemented as part of your job? #lrnchat
8:40 PM willconstantine @Learning_Dude I would say go with the natural flow #lrnchat
8:40 PM bschlenker RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you use research to inform your practice? If so, what are your sources? #lrnchat
8:40 PM Learning_Dude A1) Yeah…I may be more ears than mouth in this discussion. I put too much weight on Google for research. Doh. #lrnchat
8:40 PM LorettaDonovan RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you use research to inform your practice? If so, what are your sources? #lrnchat
8:40 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you use research to inform your practice? If so, what are your sources? #lrnchat
8:40 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you use research to inform your practice? If so, what are your sources? #lrnchat
8:40 PM Tracy_Parish RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you use research to inform your practice? If so, what are your sources? #lrnchat
8:40 PM danno4krist Daniel Adeboye, from SA, passionate about Educational Technology. Presently doing a masters in IS&T #lrnchat
8:40 PM Learning_Dude . @opurt11 Version X of a sales CRM platform. #lrnchat
8:40 PM flipchartguy a1) I let @WillWorkLearn be my guide to research in L&D stuff #lrnchat
8:40 PM opurt11 Q1) The research I’ve read in grad school has been instrumental to not only my work there, but also my full-time job. #lrnchat
8:41 PM Learning_Dude . @willconstantine I wonder if my topics of interest are out of line with the general theme of the conference. #lrnchat
8:41 PM OpenAccessLearn RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you use research to inform your practice? If so, what are your sources? #lrnchat
8:41 PM kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you use research to inform your practice? If so, what are your sources? #lrnchat
8:41 PM TheRealAirton A3) use both internal (end users/clients) and external (national trends etc) #lrnchat
8:41 PM sellio7 RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you use research to inform your practice? If so, what are your sources? #lrnchat
8:41 PM urbie #lrnchat A1 Research informs my craft. #EdCamp is a big part of that. Last Monday I hung out with storytellers at gangplank.
8:41 PM willconstantine Q1) YouTube, books, humans, the Google, music #lrnchat
8:41 PM bschlenker A1) Here’s a good one http://t.co/b9ZQ02VT3H #lrnchat
8:41 PM Learning_Dude A1) I have a great colleague, @J1MFrame, who excels at finding and interpreting academic research. He’s my source.😉 #lrnchat
8:41 PM pamelamaeross A1 a lot of my research is talking to leaders in successful organizations. #lrnchat
8:41 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you use research to inform your practice? If so, what are your sources? #lrnchat
8:42 PM opurt11 Q1) Need to figure out how to keep up with research once I graduate. Will probably sub to Performance Improvement Quarterly. #lrnchat
8:42 PM DanHirtEsq a1) i’ve spent 50 episode of my podcast researching just to get better #lrnchat
8:42 PM LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you use research to inform your practice? If so, what are your sources? #lrnchat
8:42 PM flipchartguy @Learning_Dude @willconstantine Only one way to find out… submit 10 proposals and see what happens! #lrnchat
8:42 PM Kevreadenn a1: reading teacher, teaching children mathematics, Ed leadership, blogs, Twitter, NSF #lrnchat
8:42 PM Quinnovator a1) search online, read books, track channels, #lrnchat
8:42 PM LnDDave RT @flipchartguy: a1) I let @WillWorkLearn be my guide to research in L&D stuff #lrnchat
8:42 PM trainersleaders q1) Reading research papers on learning helps tremendously in training-teaching-learning; library databases are great resources #lrnchat
8:42 PM willconstantine @Learning_Dude something out of the box is always good in my opinion. Throw some ideas around with peers. #lrnchat
8:42 PM Learning_Dude Best article I’ve read on How To Research in a long time. Thank you, @bufferapp! http://t.co/tvSxvRw8Ap #lrnchat #bufferchat
8:42 PM OpenAccessLearn A1) I use journals, articles, newspapers, web sites, blogs, #Twitter, life experience, family, friends, colleagues… #lrnchat
8:43 PM Quinnovator a1) more esoterically, review journal and conference submissions #lrnchat
8:43 PM bschlenker A1) Here’s another good one… https://t.co/kC0T6j01Nv #lrnchat
8:43 PM kelly_smith01 Q1) Google. Which does list research and the number of citations a particular piece of research has. #lrnchat
8:43 PM urbie #lrnchat A1 Next week I’ll be at either #cue15 or #compile. It’s amazing learning about pedagogy, esp when learners transition to adults.
8:43 PM flipchartguy a1) Art Kohn’s articles in Learning Solutions magazine is another amazing source of research #lrnchat
8:43 PM Dan_Jacques_LD Research almost everything most topics are moving targets, what i taught 3-4 years ago has changed, use Twitter, books, networks #lrnchat
8:43 PM DanHirtEsq i think we touched on the best sources a little while ago w/ informal learning #lrnchat
8:43 PM Learning_Dude . @flipchartguy @willconstantine I hear a shotgun cocking. *BANG* “Think it’ll stick?” #lrnchat
8:43 PM KnowledgeAdvntg Hello Ruth Kustoff #learning strategist. Principal #Knowledge Advantage working on article on #continuous learning #lrnchat
8:43 PM LnDDave RT @Quinnovator: a1) search online, read books, track channels, #lrnchat
8:43 PM Quinnovator a1) and friends & colleagues #lrnchat
8:43 PM Tracy_Parish A1) Mostly informal, searching online, following channels, those with similar interests, digging deeper into topics of interest #lrnchat
8:43 PM opurt11 @Learning_Dude Can lessons from that project serve as an inspiration for a #DevLearn session? #lrnchat
8:43 PM TheRealAirton RT @TheRealAirton: A0) Using PLN, Twitter, The Google, Youtube #lrnchat
8:44 PM rfs426 A1) Luckily in public ed we have data to pull from. As Coach Wooden said. You haven’t taught until they have learned. #lrnchat
8:44 PM TheRealAirton A1) best research was failures from previous attempts #lrnchat
8:44 PM Learning_Dude Not to muddy the #lrnchat ?, but how do you determine the credibility of the source (e.g., Wikipedia)?
8:44 PM bschlenker RT @pamelamaeross: A1 a lot of my research is talking to leaders in successful organizations. #lrnchat
8:44 PM danno4krist Google scholar is a good one, a simple google search with pdf is nice too. Jounals, articles etc. #lrnchat
8:44 PM The_NthDegree timezones again… caught me out (again)… but Nigel from NZ joining now🙂 #lrnchat
8:44 PM KristieLBurk A1 I try to take an hour every week to look at research, news sources #lrnchat
8:44 PM opurt11 @Quinnovator Which journals do you find most useful? (Might be jumping the gun on this q). #lrnchat
8:44 PM bschlenker A1) Some of the best “research” I’ve found is in talking with colleagues like all y’all! #lrnchat
8:44 PM jsilapas A1) Online research, comb survey results, ask thought-leaders, try, fail, analyze data, try, fail again, analyze data, keep trying #lrnchat
8:44 PM Tracy_Parish A) Curated resources sites tend to me a starting point for me to find info of interested and then I research more on my own. #lrnchat
8:45 PM Learning_Dude To some extent, if you want to be truly, purely innovative you may not have research to support your crazy idea. #lrnchat
8:45 PM Learning_Dude RT @bschlenker: A1) Some of the best “research” I’ve found is in talking with colleagues like all y’all! #lrnchat
8:45 PM flipchartguy @Learning_Dude @willconstantine On a more serious note – if you’ve found something that works there may be 100 other ppl interested #lrnchat
8:45 PM AllisonAnderson RT @Learning_Dude: To some extent, if you want to be truly, purely innovative you may not have research to support your crazy idea. #lrnchat
8:45 PM Tracy_Parish RT @Learning_Dude: To some extent, if you want to be truly, purely innovative you may not have research to support your crazy idea. #lrnchat
8:45 PM OpenAccessLearn A1) … books, subscriptions, general observations, trial and error… #lrnchat
8:45 PM DanHirtEsq other peoples bosses? (kinda like you ‘uncle’ as a resource as a kid) #lrnchat
8:45 PM flipchartguy @KristieLBurk Where do you look? #lrnchat
8:46 PM Quinnovator @opurt11 well, I am on the editorial board for British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET), so biased #lrnchat
8:46 PM The_NthDegree A1 Reseach yes, but in a far more haphazard way than some I expect… often as needed or as interested by… #lrnchat
8:46 PM fugu13 A1) constantly using research, though in my case we’re talking about data collection & analysis, not instructional design #lrnchat
8:46 PM kelly_smith01 Q1) I have user ERIC. Although ERIC sometimes includes non-research and things that look like a rough draft of a rough draft #lrnchat
8:46 PM robbartlett RT @Learning_Dude: To some extent, if you want to be truly, purely innovative you may not have research to support your crazy idea. #lrnchat
8:46 PM DanHirtEsq RT @OpenAccessLearn: A1) … books, subscriptions, general observations, trial and error… #lrnchat T&R!! 100%
8:46 PM Learning_Dude I’m reading “Rework” which has me rethinking the concept of failing. I love the authors’ philosophy. @37signals #lrnchat
8:46 PM TheRealAirton RT @DanHirtEsq: other peoples bosses? (kinda like you ‘uncle’ as a resource as a kid) #lrnchat Unless it the drunk conspiracy uncle
8:46 PM bschlenker RT @jsilapas: A1) Online research, comb survey results, ask thought-leaders, try, fail, analyze data, try, fail again, analyze data, keep t…
8:46 PM AllisonAnderson A1) Also, do not under estimate the usefulness of Google Scholar. Not always the newest research but certainly some gems. #lrnchat
8:46 PM lrnchat Q2) Why do some seem so resistant to research? Why do some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving it? #lrnchat
8:46 PM danno4krist @Learning_Dude Yeah,credibility is key! Academic research hardly allows wikipedia or blogs for credibility reasons #lrnchat
8:46 PM bschlenker RT @lrnchat: Q2) Why do some seem so resistant to research? Why do some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving it? #lrnchat
8:46 PM urbie #lrnchat A1 #devlearn #mLearnCon are gold.
8:46 PM Quinnovator @opurt11 but also like Learning Solutions mag, eLearn mag (not journals) #lrnchat
8:47 PM Learning_Dude . @danno4krist Haha! Yeah, I know. It’s tough because it’s so prolific; every search returns one or more @Wikipedia articles. #lrnchat
8:47 PM Tracy_Parish A2) The age old stmt “But we’ve always done it this way.” #lrnchat
8:47 PM KristieLBurk @flipchartguy I usually start with my Twitter feed. I also read two newspapers a day! #lrnchat
8:47 PM angler #lrnchat Hi, great topic for someone who researches a lot for blogs, so my first time here. Assume everyone uses http://t.co/rA8Xi1wfPc?
8:47 PM DanHirtEsq a2. Intertia #lrnchat
8:47 PM jshamsy A0) Hi #lrnchat Long long time Jennifer – online instructor/designer/grad student & I have a day job too
8:47 PM Quinnovator @opurt11 not at institution, so don’t really have access to lots #lrnchat
8:47 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q2) Why do some seem so resistant to research? Why do some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving it? #lrnchat
8:47 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q2) Why do some seem so resistant to research? Why do some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving it? #lrnchat
8:47 PM opurt11 Q2) Reseach, by its nature, isn’t constant. When it changes, some can feel burned by the experience. #lrnchat
8:47 PM jadekaz A1) Human Performance Improvement Manual is always #1, followed by ISPI journal for year round updates. Then blog roll. #lrnchat
8:47 PM Tracy_Parish RT @lrnchat: Q2) Why do some seem so resistant to research? Why do some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving it? #lrnchat
8:47 PM amckellar222 I use the internet! So much to look at and read..it’s endless. #lrnchat
8:47 PM AllisonAnderson A1) this is one reason to track your fav curators, your LrnChat buddies, etc.
#lrnchat
8:47 PM SLDoyle67 Q2) “Because we’ve always done it that way” #lrnchat
8:47 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q2) Why do some seem so resistant to research? Why do some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving it? #lrnchat
8:47 PM Quinnovator a1) and conferences, local meetings #lrnchat
8:47 PM LorettaDonovan A1 also search for papers on http://t.co/z0wgwBulCs and Google Scholar @lrnchat: #lrnchat
8:47 PM TheRealAirton RT @lrnchat: Q2) Why do some seem so resistant to research? Why do some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving it? #lrnchat
8:47 PM jshamsy A1) I try to stay open to all sorts of sources – Twitter is great for diverse set of resources #lrnchat
8:47 PM LnDDave A1) I’m wondering if part of the challenge we have is that we see “looking into something” as research. #lrnchat
8:47 PM kelly_smith01 Q1) one of the first places I look is the bibliography of an article or the Review of Research of published research #lrnchat
8:48 PM LorettaDonovan RT @lrnchat: Q2) Why do some seem so resistant to research? Why do some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving it? #lrnchat
8:48 PM AllisonAnderson A2) You mean doing research or accepting research? I’ve seen resistance to both. #lrnchat
8:48 PM KnowledgeAdvntg A1) search online, read articles. would love real time conversation with colleagues to brainstorm, compare notes, impressions #lrnchat
8:48 PM kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q2) Why do some seem so resistant to research? Why do some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving it? #lrnchat
8:48 PM Learning_Dude A2) It’s incredibly difficult to overcome internalized beliefs. “Research be damned. I know what works.” #sarcasm #lrnchat
8:48 PM LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q2) Why do some seem so resistant to research? Why do some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving it? #lrnchat
8:48 PM OpenAccessLearn A1) Public libraries in Oz also have lots of great research resources, and free subscriptions to peer reviewed journals #lrnchat
8:48 PM Quinnovator a2) that’s two questions. 1) why avoid? It’s harder work, and takes time. #lrnchat
8:48 PM Tracy_Parish @angler Welcome to #lrnchat. Glad you are here tonight joining us. I had forgotten that link.
8:48 PM Dan_Jacques_LD A2) winds of change drive research and those who want to disprove, world was flat at one point #lrnchat
8:48 PM LnDDave RT @Tracy_Parish: A2) The age old stmt “But we’ve always done it this way.” #lrnchat
8:48 PM willconstantine Q2) there is probably an emotional connection to it. Or conditioned behaviors towards it. #lrnchat
8:48 PM jshamsy A1) I learn from others-so often good director of additional research, just wandering on the internet – never know what will pop up #lrnchat
8:48 PM The_NthDegree A2 Sometimes “research” ends up being common knowledge – Wikipedia anyone? – doesn’t mean it’s right just because lots of people do #lrnchat
8:48 PM danno4krist @kelly_smith01 That’s a good one, gives me an idea of who’s written on that topic before. #lrnchat
8:48 PM flipchartguy a2) I haven’t found much resistance to research… one big barrier is not knowing those mountains of research exist #lrnchat
8:48 PM angler #lrnchat Plus create a Twitter account to follow only, following best researchers. My best finds are by following researchers I like
8:48 PM Quinnovator a2) and why people resist? Avoid challenges to world view #lrnchat
8:48 PM TheRealAirton A2) Because #lrnchat
8:49 PM opurt11 Q2) Easier to just go with your gut and find “evidence” to support your beliefs than engage in the hard work of challenging them #lrnchat
8:49 PM Learning_Dude A2) It’s easier to question the context of the research, intended outcomes, etc. That’s not *exactly how I’m doing things. #lrnchat
8:49 PM JeremyDBond A2) Inquiry is less valued in our society than power and influence. So leaders disdain research and declare themselves experts. #lrnchat
8:49 PM LnDDave A2) Many people are only interested in learning things that support what they already believe to be true. #lrnchat
8:49 PM AllisonAnderson A2) “That research doesn’t reflect our history.” “They (researcher) can’t know anything about us.” #lrnchat
8:49 PM avanbarn RT @Tracy_Parish: A) Curated resources sites tend to me a starting point for me to find info of interested and then I research more on my o…
8:49 PM brunowinck A2) takes time, need to spend time reading, relating stuff, often not very well explained, risk of loosing candor #lrnchat
8:49 PM Learning_Dude . @LnDDave Isn’t there a term for getting over that? #lrnchat
8:49 PM The_NthDegree A2b research is sometimes ‘easier’ than free-thought too… #lrnchat
8:49 PM OpenAccessLearn RT @lrnchat: Q2) Why do some seem so resistant to research? Why do some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving it? #lrnchat
8:49 PM dbuckedu A2: May depend on who is sponsoring the research. Ppl may take this into consideration when reading a research study. #lrnchat
8:49 PM trainersleaders q2) Some ideas seem resistant to research because numerous people repeat them–with the appearance of authority. #lrnchat
8:49 PM jshamsy RT @Learning_Dude: Best article I’ve read on How To Research in a long time. Thank you, @bufferapp! http://t.co/tvSxvRw8Ap #lrnchat #buffer…
8:49 PM Ruthie_HB Q2) fear of the unknown, mitigating risk with what’s comfortable #lrnchat
8:49 PM Tracy_Parish A2) Because until we see the research supported in “real world situations” we tend not t believe what we don’t see. #lrnchat
8:49 PM LorettaDonovan A2 Resistance to research comes from fear of finding academic lingo and no practical application of ideas #lrnchat
8:49 PM TheRealAirton A2) Maintaining appears to be easier, cheaper to status quo #lrnchat
8:49 PM Tracy_Parish RT @LnDDave: A2) Many people are only interested in learning things that support what they already believe to be true. #lrnchat
8:50 PM avanbarn @Tracy_Parish #lrnchat Curation is good too! Need to ensure credibility, though.
8:50 PM DanHirtEsq a2. 1 day eggs are good for u, the next they’re bad for u. “why bother?” #lrnchat
8:50 PM The_NthDegree A2c some people are resistant to anything that is different from what they normally do of course… #lrnchat
8:50 PM jaycross Truthiness. It sort of sounds logical. E.g. learning styles. #LRNCHAT
8:50 PM OpenAccessLearn A2) Maybe because research is hard work. Easier to just go with what you think you know… #lrnchat
8:50 PM brunowinck @angler did you try list ? it achieve this function listening #lrnchat
8:50 PM LnDDave A2) People don’t really resist research. What they resist is the change that the research speaks towards. #lrnchat
8:50 PM LorettaDonovan RT @trainersleaders: q2) Some ideas seem resistant to research because numerous people repeat them–with the appearance of authority. #lrnc…
8:50 PM KristieLBurk A2 because research told me to stop eating eggs…and then they were ok. Fat was bad..now it’s good #lrnchat
8:50 PM The_NthDegree @DanHirtEsq you could put them in the fridge surely they’d last longer than a day?? #lrnchat
8:50 PM Learning_Dude . @LorettaDonovan BOOM! You saw it here first folks. From Loretta to #lrnchat. This is great!
8:50 PM TheRealAirton A2) decisions makers may not like being the learning position instead of leading #lrnchat
8:50 PM trainersleaders q2) ) Some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving them because they’re sticky (Heath Brothers, “Made to Stick”) #lrnchat
8:50 PM DanHirtEsq RT @KristieLBurk: A2 because research told me to stop eating eggs…and then they were ok. Fat was bad..now it’s good #lrnchat
8:50 PM rfs426 A2) Remind me of a recent @freakonomics podcast. What ideas should die? http://t.co/MFcC6Itj9U #rrisdpd #lrnchat
8:51 PM jshamsy @Learning_Dude Wikipedia is the best and the worst thing ever! =( #lrnchat
8:51 PM LnDDave RT @AllisonAnderson: A2) “That research doesn’t reflect our history.” “They (researcher) can’t know anything about us.” #lrnchat
8:51 PM opurt11 @jaycross Or, YouTube videos have millions of views, therefore all of our training should be YouTube videos. #lrnchat
8:51 PM Tracy_Parish @avanbarn Yes, that’s why I use it as a starting point to opening “volumes” I might not have opened on my own to look into. #lrnchat
8:51 PM Ruthie_HB RT @The_NthDegree: A2c some people are resistant to anything that is different from what they normally do of course… #lrnchat
8:51 PM avanbarn @Quinnovator @opurt11 #lrnchat – Yep, you’re biased! Not that that’s a bad thing here!
8:51 PM KristieLBurk @DanHirtEsq omg – same wavelength! #lrnchat
8:51 PM Learning_Dude . @trainersleaders Another great book. #lrnchat
8:51 PM LorettaDonovan RT @LnDDave: A2) People don’t really resist research. What they resist is the change that the research speaks towards. #lrnchat
8:51 PM Tracy_Parish RT @rfs426: A2) Remind me of a recent @freakonomics podcast. What ideas should die? http://t.co/MFcC6Itj9U #rrisdpd #lrnchat
8:51 PM flipchartguy a2) There may be some confusion b/n “research” and “data” — just because you took a survey doesn’t mean it’s *research* #lrnchat
8:51 PM LnDDave A2) Ego. #lrnchat
8:51 PM urbie #lrnchat A2 @DonWettrick in #PureGeniusBook talks about educators a few educators teaching the same year 20 times. So not just designers
8:51 PM Learning_Dude . @jshamsy I hate to love it. #lrnchat
8:51 PM OpenAccessLearn A2) Maybe also because people don’t want new ideas, if the old ideas reinforce their comfort zone or desired operating model #lrnchat
8:51 PM fugu13 A2) research results aren’t a panacea; you can get burned, or just spend too much for too little. #lrnchat
8:52 PM TheRealAirton A2) My dogma is bigger than yours #lrnchat
8:52 PM bschlenker A2)Just because you can show research doesn’t mean your client or management wants to hear it. They want a course, PERIOD! #lrnchat
8:52 PM PatriceKiraly RT @lrnchat: Q2) Why do some seem so resistant to research? Why do some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving it? #lrnchat
8:52 PM OpenAccessLearn RT @LnDDave: A2) Ego. #lrnchat
8:52 PM JeremyDBond A2) It’s work. #lrnchat
8:52 PM Learning_Dude A2) It’s also possible that so-called “resistance” appears in the form of questions. Understand your biz partners. #lrnchat
8:52 PM LorettaDonovan RT @OpenAccessLearn: A2) Maybe also because people don’t want new ideas, if the old ideas reinforce their comfort zone or desired operating…
8:52 PM jshamsy A2)Because it takes work…many want the quick answer =( #lrnchat
8:52 PM bschlenker RT @Learning_Dude: A2) It’s also possible that so-called “resistance” appears in the form of questions. Understand your biz partners. #lrnc…
8:52 PM The_NthDegree A2d often research is done very badly – reverse engineered to match the pre-determined outcome? Guilty anyone? #lrnchat
8:52 PM jadekaz Beliefs override science facts. I’ll try to find recent “scientific” article on this phenomenon, but most mostly wont’ read it. #lrnchat
8:52 PM LorettaDonovan RT @bschlenker: A2)Just because you can show research doesn’t mean your client or management wants to hear it. They want a course, PERIOD! …
8:52 PM LnDDave A2) Because people don’t look for research that provides answers; they look for research that supports an assumption. #lrnchat
8:52 PM jaycross RT @LnDDave: A2) People don’t really resist research. What they resist is the change that the research speaks towards. #lrnchat YES!
8:52 PM Learning_Dude RT @The_NthDegree: A2d often research is done very badly – reverse engineered to match the pre-determined outcome? Guilty anyone? #lrnchat
8:53 PM rfs426 A2) all the personality tests we do are from faulty research. Why do I need to be a Green, or a Leopard, or a Direct person? #lrnchat
8:53 PM AllisonAnderson RT @jaycross: RT @LnDDave: A2) People don’t really resist research. What they resist is the change that the research speaks towards. #lrnch…
8:53 PM KnowledgeAdvntg A2) Bad ideas. It’s like a bad habit, it takes work to #change it even when you know the evidence is there about it. #lrnchat
8:53 PM kelly_smith01 Q2 Sometimes it seems research is ignored or misunderstood as much as it is understood #lrnchat
8:53 PM Learning_Dude A2) If you’re in an org, be careful not to look too far from home. The grass is always greener. Do you understand your biz? #lrnchat
8:53 PM jsilapas A2) Change is scary. The ADKAR change management model comes to mind. #lrnchat
8:53 PM audioswhite RT @LnDDave: A2) Many people are only interested in learning things that support what they already believe to be true. #lrnchat
8:53 PM DanHirtEsq @LnDDave This is a challenge w/ online communities. ppl go where they can get their own beliefs re-enforced #lrnchat
8:53 PM kelly_smith01 RT @jaycross: RT @LnDDave: A2) People don’t really resist research. What they resist is the change that the research speaks towards. #lrnch…
8:54 PM avanbarn #lrnchat Cannot see Q2 – what is it?
8:54 PM rfs426 @DanHirtEsq @LnDDave True of just about everything. #lrnchat
8:54 PM jadekaz A2) Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored. — Aldous Huxley #lrnchat
8:54 PM jshamsy A2) Not sure that #students are taught how to research anymore? The process has been lost with easiness of internet #lrnchat
8:54 PM Learning_Dude @avanbarn Why do some seem so resistant to research? Why do some ideas persist despite piles of research disproving it? #lrnchat
8:54 PM lrnchat Q3) What challenges exist in reading research? How can we overcome them? #lrnchat
8:54 PM angler #lrnchat Q2 People resist because it’s written for other researchers. Need more people to bridge the gap between research and practice.
8:54 PM TheRealAirton RT @lrnchat: Q3) What challenges exist in reading research? How can we overcome them? #lrnchat
8:54 PM urbie #lrnchat A2 Could be the Bumble Bee Effect. Been doing it so long they become True Believers and shun that which says different.
8:54 PM The_NthDegree RT @avanbarn: #lrnchat Cannot see Q2 – what is it? < tell us your most embarrasing moment ever…
8:54 PM fugu13 A2) Lived experience is often valuable and good guidance, but all too easy to overbalance it compared to good research #lrnchat
8:54 PM AimeeYarwood A2) “that’s not how we’ve always done it.” We can also make research say what we want it to, so it is automatically suspect. #lrnchat
8:54 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q3) What challenges exist in reading research? How can we overcome them? #lrnchat
8:54 PM opurt11 Q3) The language can be a bit…dense. #lrnchat
8:55 PM bschlenker RT @lrnchat: Q3) What challenges exist in reading research? How can we overcome them? #lrnchat
8:55 PM LorettaDonovan RT @lrnchat: Q3) What challenges exist in reading research? How can we overcome them? #lrnchat
8:55 PM Kevreadenn A2. Depends on context if life threatening disease I want the best research and I’m more likely to buy in #lrnchat
8:55 PM DanHirtEsq @rfs426 @LnDDave speaking of which, let’s get back to all the ‘egg’ talk that was happening….#lrnchat
8:55 PM Quinnovator a3) academese #lrnchat
8:55 PM The_NthDegree A3 Language is a big one… #lrnchat
8:55 PM LnDDave RT @JeremyDBond: A2) It’s work. #lrnchat
8:55 PM danno4krist RT @lrnchat: Q3) What challenges exist in reading research? How can we overcome them? #lrnchat
8:55 PM JeremyDBond A2) People don’t trust what they don’t know. #lrnchat
8:55 PM Tracy_Parish RT @opurt11: Q3) The language can be a bit…dense. #lrnchat <that’s putting it mildly.
8:55 PM AllisonAnderson A3) People don’t nec. know how to write up the research. Clearly show findings vs. interpretation & application. #lrnchat
8:55 PM Learning_Dude A3) Separating the wheat from the chaff. What’s in there that really matters? #lrnchat
8:55 PM urbie #lrnchat A2 Change is hard. So there’s that. Doing something new/different invites risk and failure on the way to proficiency.
8:55 PM kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q3) What challenges exist in reading research? How can we overcome them? #lrnchat
8:55 PM OpenAccessLearn RT @lrnchat: Q3) What challenges exist in reading research? How can we overcome them? #lrnchat
8:55 PM audioswhite RT @Quinnovator: a3) academese #lrnchat
8:56 PM The_NthDegree A3b it can also be very focussed and slightly different from what you’re after… #lrnchat
8:56 PM MultiplyingGood Test #nonprofit #vision. MT @opurt11: Easier to find “evidence” to support #beliefs than #engage in hard work of challenging them. #lrnchat
8:56 PM Quinnovator a3) most journals require being steeped in the a) vocabulary, b) history #lrnchat
8:56 PM urbie RT @LnDDave: A2) Many people are only interested in learning things that support what they already believe to be true. #lrnchat
8:56 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q3) What challenges exist in reading research? How can we overcome them? #lrnchat
8:56 PM J1MFrame Jumping in and catching up a bit…#lrnchat
Q0) just learned how to “filter” 1 column of tweets so I have time to create a response – yea!
8:56 PM AllisonAnderson A3) Agree with @opurt11 – the language is often very dense. #lrnchat
8:56 PM Ruthie_HB RT @lrnchat: Q3) What challenges exist in reading research? How can we overcome them? #lrnchat
8:56 PM Learning_Dude A3) The easy answer is time. A lot of research is dense. You have to find it, then read it. Time. Time. Time. #lrnchat
8:56 PM Quinnovator RT @bschlenker: A3) Journal subscriptions are price prohibitive for most average folk looking to learn #lrnchat < and there’s that
8:56 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q3) What challenges exist in reading research? How can we overcome them? #lrnchat
8:56 PM Kevreadenn A3 familiarity with terminology; forgot so much from stats classes #lrnchat
8:56 PM The_NthDegree A3c honestly it can be really boring as shizzle too… #lrnchat
8:56 PM MelMilloway I just realized I’m missing #lrnchat may try to jump in!
8:56 PM OpenAccessLearn A3) Overcoming unconscious bias. Need to look for all ideas, not just the ones that reinforce what you already believe. #lrnchat
8:56 PM flipchartguy a3) Some research can be extensive and academic… I get over this by letting @WillWorkLearn translate it! (yes, I’m lazy) #lrnchat
8:56 PM AllisonAnderson RT @Quinnovator: RT @bschlenker: A3) Journal subscriptions are price prohibitive for most average folk looking to learn #lrnchat < and ther…
8:56 PM LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q3) What challenges exist in reading research? How can we overcome them? #lrnchat
8:57 PM TheRealAirton A3) force the results to be “published” in a manner better understood by the lay, like dance http://t.co/Kh8XZJ6imB #lrnchat
8:57 PM willconstantine Q3) the research can be outdated and one sided very easily, but it can also be highly credible. Depends on the book🙂 #lrnchat
8:57 PM LnDDave RT @Quinnovator: a3) academese #lrnchat
8:57 PM Learning_Dude . @The_NthDegree Haha! There’s my laugh from Nigel. Thanks!🙂 #lrnchat
8:57 PM Ruthie_HB Q3) Source of the research. Is it bias? Find the other perspective. #lrnchat
8:57 PM jadekaz A2) Why facts can’t change beliefs: http://t.co/FxXro9EjkK #lrnchat
8:57 PM LorettaDonovan As stated b4: lingo. Also, dense statistical studies. Qualitative research that gleans theory fro practice would be easier to use #lrnchat
8:57 PM Quinnovator a3) and there’re a slew of not so good journals, hard to know which are legit if you’re not in the club #lrnchat
8:57 PM LorettaDonovan RT @Quinnovator: RT @bschlenker: A3) Journal subscriptions are price prohibitive for most average folk looking to learn #lrnchat < and ther…
8:57 PM AllisonAnderson A3) To someone’s previous point, it’s hard to read research that disagrees with your point of view! #lrnchat
8:57 PM fugu13 A3) one of biggest is data+numerical expertise, something even research authors often lack. Focus on survey papers, broad trends #lrnchat
8:57 PM jshamsy @angler Think some researchers could use a little help with the KISS method – it is still English right? #lrnchat
8:57 PM urbie #lrnchat A3 Maybe I’m too much of a practitioner but.. I just want to try stuff. That’s the #EdCamp #cue #tcea way. Hear it. Try it. Share.
8:57 PM jaycross I cannot stand the academic format, so many doors are closed. Why can’t scientists use paragraph breaks and headings? #LRNCHAT
8:57 PM J1MFrame Q1) I love research – Yes, use library to access peer reviewed journals. Read blogs and Google too #lrnchat
8:57 PM opurt11 Q3) Hard enough to understand one article; knowing where it meaningfully differs from a similar one can induce migraines. #lrnchat
8:57 PM trainersleaders q3) One challenge to reading research is that so much of it is hidden behind paywalls; need to rethink copyright laws? #lrnchat
8:58 PM AllisonAnderson RT @jaycross: I cannot stand the academic format, so many doors are closed. Why can’t scientists use paragraph breaks and headings? #LRN…
8:58 PM Learning_Dude A3) The more tech is involved in the research, the quicker it becomes dated. 2010 was and wasn’t so long ago. #lrnchat
8:58 PM bschlenker RT @The_NthDegree A3c honestly it can be really boring as shizzle too… #lrnchat <but academic writing is SO creative!
8:58 PM OpenAccessLearn A3) Making meaning from abstracted concepts that might not immediately appear transferable or applicable. Need to think sideways #lrnchat
8:58 PM fugu13 RT @Quinnovator: a3) and there’re a slew of not so good journals, hard to know which are legit if you’re not in the club #lrnchat
8:58 PM DonWettrick RT @urbie: #lrnchat A2 @DonWettrick in #PureGeniusBook talks about educators a few educators teaching the same year 20 times. So not just d…
8:58 PM Quinnovator a3) and, often, the studies are of a ‘number of angels that can dance on the head of a pin’ scope #lrnchat (better to find the digests)
8:58 PM AimeeYarwood A3) it’s hard to know when to stop. There is so much information out there. Research could go on forever. #lrnchat
8:58 PM bschlenker RT @jaycross: I cannot stand the academic format, so many doors are closed. Why can’t scientists use paragraph breaks and headings? #LRN…
8:58 PM Learning_Dude RT @AimeeYarwood: A3) it’s hard to know when to stop. There is so much information out there. Research could go on forever. #lrnchat
8:58 PM JeremyDBond A3) Overcome the challenge of esoteric language through using brilliant (social) science writers who can speak to broad audiences. #lrnchat
8:58 PM LnDDave A3) Most research isn’t written to be easily understood; it is written to withstand being disproved. #lrnchat
8:58 PM The_NthDegree A3c A lot of research is how to cleverly say what someone else already cleverly said and aren’t we all so clever… #lrnchat
8:58 PM opurt11 Q3) Good way to overcome challenge of reading research is to discuss it with others. #lrnchat
8:58 PM Quinnovator RT @trainersleaders: q3) 1 challenge is that so much of it is hidden behind paywalls; need to rethink copyright laws? #lrnchat
8:59 PM charlesjennings #lrnchat a3) most academic research is written to be defended. Thus s often impenetrable.
8:59 PM LorettaDonovan RT @OpenAccessLearn: A3) Making meaning from abstracted concepts that might not immediately appear transferable or applicable. Need to thi…
8:59 PM TheRealAirton A3) Concepts usually are only relateable to a select few #lrnchat
8:59 PM jadekaz q3) Biggest roadblock: closed research systems and sites. No access. No read. No use. #lrnchat
8:59 PM kelly_smith01 Q3) understanding the basics of research design and the potential impact of any result(s) if any of any published research #lrnchat
8:59 PM Quinnovator RT @LnDDave: A3) Most research isn’t written to be easily understood; it is written to withstand being disproved. #lrnchat < yup
8:59 PM J1MFrame Q2) the power and ease of the internet…most probably search for research that supports their predetermined ideas #lrnchat
8:59 PM LnDDave RT @AllisonAnderson: A3) People don’t nec. know how to write up the research. Clearly show findings vs. interpretation & application. #lrnc…
8:59 PM LorettaDonovan RT @opurt11: Q3) Good way to overcome challenge of reading research is to discuss it with others. #lrnchat
8:59 PM DanHirtEsq In our click-bait, slideshow media slop show no one is willing to read through a text to find a punch line #lrnchat
8:59 PM Learning_Dude A3) As in many things, begin with the end in mind. Determine what point you’re trying to make, or claim you’re backing up. #lrnchat
8:59 PM The_NthDegree @LnDDave very true… and sometimes the way to avoid being disproved is to never say anything too controversial… #lrnchat
8:59 PM trainersleaders q3) We can overcome some challenges to reading research (e.g., access to it) by creating/supporting #OpenContent #lrnchat
8:59 PM LorettaDonovan RT @charlesjennings: #lrnchat a3) most academic research is written to be defended. Thus s often impenetrable.
8:59 PM bschlenker What we do is NOT rocket surgery! Research is not even really necessary! #lrnchat
8:59 PM kelly_smith01 RT @Quinnovator: RT @trainersleaders: q3) 1 challenge is that so much of it is hidden behind paywalls; need to rethink copyright laws? #lrn…
8:59 PM avanbarn A3. Research not always accessible by or written for practitioners. #LRNCHAT
8:59 PM danno4krist @Learning_Dude But with tech, anythimg after 5 years is becoming old…#lrnchat
8:59 PM Kevreadenn A3: need something practical can use tomorrow like a doctor knows the top effective treatments for your condition #lrnchat
9:00 PM flipchartguy RT @LnDDave: A3) Most research isn’t written to be easily understood; it is written to withstand being disproved. #lrnchat
9:00 PM MelMilloway Everyone have a nice chat, my rate limit is exceeded on Twitter for phone. 😞 #lrnchat
9:00 PM Learning_Dude . @danno4krist True. That’s my point. #lrnchat
9:00 PM KristieLBurk A3. Turning the theoretical into practical #lrnchat
9:00 PM jshamsy @AimeeYarwood Need to have a clearly defined goal going on .. and a timer! =) #lrnchat
9:00 PM Learning_Dude @MelMilloway Doh! #lrnchat
9:00 PM urbie #lrnchat A3 Collaborate.. team research readers (they whom love academic tomes) with doers (they who love sweat on brow). Find happy medium.
9:00 PM jshamsy RT @LnDDave: A3) Most research isn’t written to be easily understood; it is written to withstand being disproved. #lrnchat
9:00 PM The_NthDegree @bschlenker …speak for yourself Brent I’m just passing through the atmosphere as I type…😉 #lrnchat
9:00 PM AssignmentHelpN Learning English as #SecondLanguage for a Better #Career http://t.co/P1drd2x1Tz http://t.co/RV5pFTOVP9 #langchat #lrnchat #G2Great #ESL #ELL
9:00 PM LnDDave A3) I think the biggest challenge is to be reading something that looks like research but is anything but. #lrnchat
9:00 PM bschlenker Better to read case studies to learn what works… research takes too long to produce. #lrnchat
9:00 PM jshamsy @LnDDave It is hard to have a logical argument against when your eyes are rolling and head is spinning! =) #lrnchat
9:00 PM danno4krist @jaycross hahahah yeah, academics! #lrnchat
9:00 PM Learning_Dude A3) Research is an inherently selfish endeavor. Nothing is going to fit like a glove. Curate, comb, be picky. #lrnchat
9:01 PM LorettaDonovan @bschlenker Rocket science nor brain surgery #lrnchat
9:01 PM willconstantine @bschlenker you mean rocket science?😉 #lrnchat
9:01 PM J1MFrame Q3) Research takes time. I think the biggest challenge is curating research and not just opinions #lrnchat
9:01 PM flipchartguy @bschlenker Can you give me a chart on this? I’m a visual learner and didn’t quite grasp that last point. #lrnchat
9:01 PM opurt11 @bschlenker You mean not needed anymore? #lrnchat
9:01 PM The_NthDegree A3 of course there’s research, Research and “Research” – we’re referring to the published stuff in the ‘old style’ here? #lrnchat
9:01 PM theASIDEblog We teach F.E.A.R. when researching. Watch out for Factual Evidence Appearing Real. #lrnchat
9:01 PM willconstantine @MelMilloway I hate that! #lrnchat
9:01 PM AllisonAnderson AWrap: Sorry folks, gotta run! Allison from PDX wishing you all well until next week. Happy chatting! #lrnchat
9:01 PM bschlenker @MelMilloway We will miss you! Check out #meerkat instead🙂 #lrnchat
9:01 PM Learning_Dude RT @theASIDEblog: We teach F.E.A.R. when researching. Watch out for Factual Evidence Appearing Real. #lrnchat
9:01 PM KristieLBurk @MelMilloway #lrnchat mine too but I’m back!
9:01 PM jaycross RT @opurt11: Q3) Good way to overcome challenge of reading research is to discuss it with others. #lrnchat YES
9:01 PM avanbarn A3. Too theoretical and lacks application to practice #lrnchat
9:01 PM LnDDave A3) The proliferation of the phrase “recent research shows…” being linked to cr@p someone just made up. #lrnchat
9:01 PM willconstantine RT @J1MFrame: Q3) Research takes time. I think the biggest challenge is curating research and not just opinions #lrnchat
9:01 PM LnDDave RT @Quinnovator: a3) most journals require being steeped in the a) vocabulary, b) history #lrnchat
9:01 PM rfs426 A3) Anyone think research is a crutch? #lrnchat
9:02 PM DanHirtEsq Research get funded by groups that tend to have an answer in mind. Integrity may be a concern #lrnchat
9:02 PM theASIDEblog Gotta have evidence to support any claim. #lrnchat
9:02 PM lrnchat Q4) What are some red flags that can hint that a researcher skewed research towards his or her own personal agenda? #lrnchat
9:02 PM danno4krist @MelMilloway its amazingly fast…struggling to keep up myself #lrnchat
9:02 PM TheRealAirton RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some red flags that can hint that a researcher skewed research towards his or her own personal agenda? #lrnchat
9:02 PM fugu13 RT @LnDDave: A3) The proliferation of the phrase “recent research shows…” being linked to cr@p someone just made up. #lrnchat
9:02 PM DanHirtEsq RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some red flags that can hint that a researcher skewed research towards his or her own personal agenda? #lrnchat
9:02 PM OpenAccessLearn A3) Using diverse sources to confirm validity and reliability #lrnchat
9:02 PM opurt11 Q4) First, make sure you are reading peer-reviewed research. #lrnchat
9:02 PM angler #lrnchat Just back from Bogota. Time to kiss the hubby, so leaving. Back again another time.
9:02 PM KnowledgeAdvntg A3) Reading #research takes time, effort, concentration. Today everything is bite size cause of short attention spans, moving fast #lrnchat
9:02 PM avanbarn @charlesjennings #lrnchat How useful is that?
9:03 PM Kevreadenn Perhaps practitioners are not the audience of the researchers therefore not written for us #lrnchat
9:03 PM willconstantine @rfs426 for forming your own opinion it is. But you need an informed opinion #lrnchat
9:03 PM LnDDave A3) The fact that many vetted journal practices haven’t been properly adapted to the digital world. #lrnchat
9:03 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some red flags that can hint that a researcher skewed research towards his or her own personal agenda? #lrnchat
9:03 PM TheRealAirton A4) Reference to previous work without citing #Lrnchat #petpeeve
9:03 PM LorettaDonovan RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some red flags that can hint that a researcher skewed research towards his or her own personal agenda? #lrnchat
9:03 PM bschlenker @danno4krist welcome to #lrnchat! cc @MelMilloway
9:03 PM OpenAccessLearn RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some red flags that can hint that a researcher skewed research towards his or her own personal agenda? #lrnchat
9:03 PM DanHirtEsq Anything from BuzzFeed should be ok….#lrnchat
9:03 PM kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some red flags that can hint that a researcher skewed research towards his or her own personal agenda? #lrnchat
9:03 PM charlesjennings #lrnchat a4) more self-citations than other
9:03 PM Ruthie_HB Q4) Product endorsement. #lrnchat
9:03 PM LorettaDonovan RT @opurt11: Q4) First, make sure you are reading peer-reviewed research. #lrnchat
9:03 PM danno4krist RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some red flags that can hint that a researcher skewed research towards his or her own personal agenda? #lrnchat
9:03 PM MrKMaston @lrnchat A3) The use of high level statistics and technical language. Infographic summaries in basic language may help. #lrnchat
9:03 PM SimonBlairTrain By and for researchers. RT @Kevreadenn: Perhaps practitioners are not the audience of the researchers therefore not written for us #lrnchat
9:03 PM Learning_Dude RT @Ruthie_HB: Q4) Product endorsement. #lrnchat
9:03 PM The_NthDegree A4 Over citing other stuff they’ve done #lrnchat
9:03 PM jshamsy A4) Look who the author is affiliated with – that would be a clue #lrnchat
9:03 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some red flags that can hint that a researcher skewed research towards his or her own personal agenda? #lrnchat
9:03 PM KristieLBurk @rfs426 the opposite – I think too many say things without data to support… #lrnchat
9:03 PM theASIDEblog We talk a lot about “fact checkers” for publications. Kids need to know someone is checking for accuracy. It’s a job! #lrnchat
9:03 PM kelly_smith01 RT @OpenAccessLearn: A3) Using diverse sources to confirm validity and reliability #lrnchat
9:03 PM Quinnovator RT @charlesjennings: #lrnchat a4) more self-citations than other
9:03 PM jadekaz A4) The “reference list”…is it well rounded or not #lrnchat
9:03 PM bschlenker A4) Look for ads in the research paper #lrnchat
9:04 PM fugu13 A4) it got published (I’m serious; seen the sausage made quite a bit in my research group) #lrnchat
9:04 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some red flags that can hint that a researcher skewed research towards his or her own personal agenda? #lrnchat
9:04 PM _valeriei RT @KnowledgeAdvntg: A3) Reading #research takes time, effort, concentration. Today everything is bite size cause of short attention spans,…
9:04 PM Learning_Dude A4) It starts with a hypothesis. #lrnchat
9:04 PM brunowinck A4) check “disclosure” section at the end of the paper before reading it #lrnchat
9:04 PM _valeriei RT @Kevreadenn: Perhaps practitioners are not the audience of the researchers therefore not written for us #lrnchat
9:04 PM The_NthDegree A4 …and on the other end citing too much other stuff in an attempt to validate without much referencing to it… #lrnchat
9:04 PM LnDDave A3) The cultural need for currency – the time required to vet research for accuracy doesn’t mesh well with the world of NOW. #lrnchat
9:04 PM trainersleaders q4) Reading researchers’ bios/affiliations can help us identify when researchers skew research toward their personal agendas #lrnchat
9:04 PM danno4krist @bschlenker @MelMilloway thanks Brent, my first time! #lrnchat
9:04 PM _valeriei RT @trainersleaders: Agree: RT @jaycross RT @opurt11: Q3) Good way to overcome challenge of reading research is to discuss it with others. …
9:05 PM bschlenker @fugu13 And I’ll believe that sausage is good food before I believe most research #lrnchat
9:05 PM LorettaDonovan RT @The_NthDegree: A4 Over citing other stuff they’ve done #lrnchat
9:05 PM OpenAccessLearn A4) An absence of dissenting or alternative opinions. #lrnchat
9:05 PM The_NthDegree RT @Learning_Dude: A4) It starts with a hypothesis. #lrnchat < “it started with a kiss?” really?
9:05 PM kelly_smith01 Q4) Was the research funded by a friendly party? #lrnchat
9:05 PM rfs426 @KristieLBurk Perhaps, but it can also be a constraint to innovation. #lrnchat
9:05 PM DanHirtEsq @brunowinck that only tells you which grain of salt to take it with #lrnchat
9:05 PM SimonBlairTrain RT @brunowinck: A4) check “disclosure” section at the end of the paper before reading it #lrnchat <- Assuming it even has one.
9:05 PM fugu13 which might sound bad, but isn’t inherently; most research direction being driven by agenda doesn’t make it wrong #lrnchat
9:05 PM jaycross What is the researcher’s monetary interest? Is their reputation squeaky clean? #LRNCHAT
9:05 PM danno4krist @jshamsy maybe #lrnchat
9:05 PM jshamsy RT @LnDDave: A3) The cultural need for currency – the time required to vet research for accuracy doesn’t mesh well with the world of NOW. #…
9:05 PM LorettaDonovan RT @Learning_Dude: A4) It starts with a hypothesis. #lrnchat
9:05 PM jadekaz A3) Likely unpopular hypothesis: but “training” profession draws fans not necessarily for “research” or “analysis” #lrnchat
9:05 PM Learning_Dude Shameless selfie, me and #2. #lrnchat #justforfun http://t.co/34Q2hiUUow
9:05 PM LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some red flags that can hint that a researcher skewed research towards his or her own personal agenda? #lrnchat
9:05 PM brunowinck @DanHirtEsq true it’s just a good start @brunowinck #lrnchat
9:05 PM LnDDave RT @charlesjennings: #lrnchat a4) more self-citations than other
9:06 PM willconstantine Q4) aligning the research with a one sided approach🙂 #lrnchat
9:06 PM Learning_Dude . @Learning_Dude …since I can’t get @AppMeerkat to work for me.😦 #lrnchat
9:06 PM MelMilloway @danno4krist @bschlenker Enjoy! #lrnchat is a great way to connect w. others in the field!
9:06 PM kelly_smith01 Q4) was the research reviewed or monitored by a reliable entity? #lrnchat
9:06 PM opurt11 Q4) Reframing questions to suit the author’s own agenda #lrnchat
9:06 PM DanHirtEsq @brunowinck I’ve always been a fan of transparency #lrnchat
9:06 PM bschlenker @Learning_Dude THAT’s the best tweet all night! #lrnchat
9:06 PM rfs426 A4) Wouldn’t it be easier if we accepted that everyone had an agenda and just thought for ourselves? #lrnchat
9:06 PM danno4krist @Learning_Dude Really?? Not always! #lrnchat
9:06 PM urbie #lrnchat A4 @LnDDave did this bit about snake oil a while back do there’s that. Gimmicky, reliance on unheard-of stuff are indicators.
9:06 PM Learning_Dude . @kelly_smith01 Was the research reviewed…at all? #lrnchat
9:06 PM OpenAccessLearn A4) An underlying commercial driver for the research – eg: lots of ‘whitepapers’ telling us to ‘buy this system/product/package’ #lrnchat
9:06 PM Learning_Dude . @danno4krist Someone had to kick up a little dust. #lrnchat
9:06 PM JeremyDBond A4) Is it reminiscent of the political debate on the subject? Does it use blaming language or does it focus exclusively on results? #lrnchat
9:06 PM Quinnovator a4) if the literature survey is cursory and biased #lrnchat
9:06 PM theASIDEblog @lrnchat Know the opinion words, look for language of persuasion, and watch slick techniques to promote authenticity. #lrnchat #digcit
9:06 PM LnDDave A4) Marketing disguised as research; If it came from marketing, it was never impartial. #lrnchat
9:06 PM brunowinck @DanHirtEsq it’s becoming a value in 2015 #lrnchat
9:07 PM fugu13 A4) but if real question is, did agenda override good research, there’s no easy formula. Evaluation requires contextual expertise. #lrnchat
9:07 PM J1MFrame Q4) “there was a 90% increase in Y as a result of X – NO analysis or real data to support the claim…only 10 people surveyed #lrnchat
9:07 PM willconstantine Q4) only verifying the research with people that agree with “your” research #lrnchat
9:07 PM jadekaz Q4) Anything written by a vendor…some is great, but still read with skeptic mindset #lrnchat
9:07 PM rfs426 @LnDDave Awesome words. Research often has an agenda. Trust your gut. #lrnchat
9:07 PM brunowinck A4) I think most papers are biased in a way or another, we’ve got get used to read critically and make sens of it anyway #lrnchat
9:07 PM Ruthie_HB RT @OpenAccessLearn: A4) An underlying commercial driver for the research – eg: lots of ‘whitepapers’ telling us to ‘buy this system/produc…
9:07 PM Learning_Dude A4) Tough to follow up on, but research conducted after a product has proven itself. #lrnchat
9:07 PM DanHirtEsq Multiple sources, form your own opinion. it’s the only way! #lrnchat
9:07 PM avanbarn A4. Source of funding…may serve an agenda. #lrnchat
9:07 PM The_NthDegree of course we have to remember that no-one is truly impartial and if we write any research we immediately have a subjective interest #lrnchat
9:08 PM LnDDave Here’s the post @urbie mentioned: How to Recognize Snake Oil in Your Personal Learning Network http://t.co/YTGYXQJ7yg #lrnchat
9:08 PM OpenAccessLearn @danno4krist @Learning_Dude Doesn’t most research start with a hypothesis? Challenge is proving/disproving with evidence. #lrnchat
9:08 PM Tracy_Parish RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are some red flags that can hint that a researcher skewed research towards his or her own personal agenda? #lrnchat
9:08 PM willconstantine Q4) they should be taking a scientific approach to,how they gathered the research and what was derived from that research #lrnchat
9:08 PM urbie RT @LnDDave: Here’s the post @urbie mentioned: How to Recognize Snake Oil in Your Personal Learning Network http://t.co/YTGYXQJ7yg #lrnchat
9:08 PM Quinnovator a4) suspect research methods: insufficient sample size, lack of validity check, wild data exclusions #lrnchat
9:08 PM Learning_Dude . @OpenAccessLearn @danno4krist Yes. I was being a bit divisive, and sarcastic. #lrnchat
9:08 PM opurt11 Q4) When meta-analysis shows a study to be an outlier #lrnchat
9:09 PM Tracy_Parish RT @urbie: #lrnchat A4 @LnDDave did this bit about snake oil a while back do there’s that. Gimmicky, reliance on unheard-of stuff are indic…
9:09 PM kelly_smith01 Q5) Wasthe research published in a journal or other entity which has a review process #lrnchat
9:09 PM brunowinck A4) I’m sure there are even writers who think they are not biased but they are by their referential (values, culture) #lrnchat
9:09 PM OpenAccessLearn @Learning_Dude @danno4krist Ahh. I wondered about that🙂 #lrnchat
9:09 PM _valeriei RT @jadekaz: q3) Biggest roadblock: closed research systems and sites. No access. No read. No use. #lrnchat
9:09 PM Quinnovator a4) data not available or methodology not clear enough to be replicable #lrnchat
9:09 PM danno4krist @OpenAccessLearn @Learning_Dude Yeah, thought as much too! Though not compulsory … #lrnchat
9:09 PM theASIDEblog What’s the source, does it have an author, and how current is it. Bottom line, evaluate the information. #lrnchat
9:09 PM willconstantine RT @LnDDave: Here’s the post @urbie mentioned: How to Recognize Snake Oil in Your Personal Learning Network http://t.co/YTGYXQJ7yg #lrnchat
9:09 PM LearnKotch RT @Learning_Dude: Shameless selfie, me and #2. #lrnchat #justforfun http://t.co/uYrkQtU4Ue> nice healthy teeth🙂
9:09 PM J1MFrame @rfs426 Isn’t some mantra’s “if I wanted you to think, I would tell you what to think”I agree! One should think! #lrnchat
9:09 PM Quinnovator RT @avanbarn: A4. Source of funding…may serve an agenda. #lrnchat < very much so!
9:09 PM DanHirtEsq Small sample sizes #lrnchat
9:10 PM LnDDave A3) When the research is backed more by enthusiasm than facts. #lrnchat
9:10 PM Kevreadenn If we aren’t basing our practice on research what do we base it on. shifting sands of generally accepted practice, “best” practice #lrnchat
9:10 PM Quinnovator a4) too strong implications from the results #lrnchat
9:10 PM Quinnovator a4) aka too broad a generalization #lrnchat
9:10 PM Learning_Dude A4) In all seriousness, what research is conducted that isn’t pushing some agenda? #lrnchat
9:10 PM fugu13 A4) For experts, quick (not infallible) checks: sensible abstract, right lit in review, well explained method, nuanced conclusion #lrnchat
9:10 PM brunowinck Lol RT @mscardiff: @Support i can’t see the stream for #lrnchat chat
9:10 PM bschlenker RT @Learning_Dude: A4) In all seriousness, what research is conducted that isn’t pushing some agenda? #lrnchat
9:11 PM LnDDave A4) When questioning the research comes up with responses like “Well… it *feels* right”. #lrnchat
9:11 PM J1MFrame @Learning_Dude now that is multi-tasking! lol #lrnchat
9:11 PM Learning_Dude The world is not so full of altruism that all research is for the greater good. #lrnchat
9:11 PM lrnchat Q5) Why do you think some people practice without any regard to research? #lrnchat
9:11 PM Quinnovator a4) is it from a peer reviewed journal, or… not #lrnchat
9:11 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q5) Why do you think some people practice without any regard to research? #lrnchat
9:11 PM LorettaDonovan RT @lrnchat: Q5) Why do you think some people practice without any regard to research? #lrnchat
9:11 PM Ruthie_HB @Kevreadenn Think we rely on our peer organizations. How have they done it? Benchmarking. #lrnchat
9:11 PM opurt11 Q5) If you can seem/sound smart without putting in the effort, why change? #lrnchat
9:11 PM jaycross Vow: I’m going to cut down my daily diet of bogus reports. Somehow this crap sneaks on my screen. #lrnchat
9:11 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q5) Why do you think some people practice without any regard to research? #lrnchat
9:12 PM Quinnovator a5) (in whiny voice) because research is *hard* #lrnchat
9:12 PM jadekaz Q5) Because they can #lrnchat
9:12 PM DanHirtEsq @Quinnovator as long as the group of peers aren’t predisposed to flawed thinking/methods #lrnchat
9:12 PM TheRealAirton RT @lrnchat: Q5) Why do you think some people practice without any regard to research? #lrnchat
9:12 PM urbie #lrnchat A5 Flow.
9:12 PM DanHirtEsq RT @lrnchat: Q5) Why do you think some people practice without any regard to research? #lrnchat
9:12 PM danno4krist RT @lrnchat: Q5) Why do you think some people practice without any regard to research? #lrnchat
9:12 PM J1MFrame Q5) “don’t have time…” #lrnchat
9:12 PM jaycross RT @Learning_Dude: A4) In all seriousness, what research is conducted that isn’t pushing some agenda? #lrnchat ALWAYS
9:12 PM The_NthDegree A5 too hard basket #lrnchat
9:12 PM LnDDave The post @urbie mentioned had a sequel: How to Recognize Snake Oil in Your PLN (Part 2) http://t.co/44Y9x55i0m #lrnchat
9:12 PM mgorton1234 RT @jaycross: Vow: I’m going to cut down my daily diet of bogus reports. Somehow this crap sneaks on my screen. #lrnchat
9:12 PM SimonBlairTrain I don’t wanna! You can’t make me! RT @Quinnovator: a5) (in whiny voice) because research is *hard* #lrnchat
9:12 PM jadekaz Q5) Finding cool graphics is more fun #lrnchat
9:12 PM Learning_Dude If you have an idea or product that is truly out-of-this-world, there won’t be any research to support your craziness. #lrnchat
9:12 PM OpenAccessLearn @Learning_Dude Probably none. The test would be the objective reference to valid and reliable evidence to prove/disprove the agenda #lrnchat
9:12 PM LnDDave RT @Quinnovator: a4) suspect research methods: insufficient sample size, lack of validity check, wild data exclusions #lrnchat
9:13 PM OpenAccessLearn RT @lrnchat: Q5) Why do you think some people practice without any regard to research? #lrnchat
9:13 PM kelly_smith01 The review of literature should list sources which support and not support the proposed hypothesis #lrnchat
9:13 PM Quinnovator a5) easier to attribute ignorance than conspiracy: too unaware, too busy #lrnchat
9:13 PM DanHirtEsq If they never research to find the ‘right’ they’ll never be ‘wrong’ #lrnchat
9:13 PM fugu13 A5) Because many orgs don’t provide any opportunity for research to have a positive impact #lrnchat
9:13 PM Ruthie_HB Q5) The action of practice itself is research, reliant upon their results. Real-time. #lrnchat
9:13 PM TheRealAirton A5) I would hate to be 2/3 done only to find out I was wrong… #lrnchat
9:13 PM jadekaz Q5) Clients ooh and ahh at animated gifs #lrnchat
9:13 PM opurt11 Q5) I already designed my lesson for learning styles, now you want me to start over? #lrnchat
9:13 PM danno4krist @DanHirtEsq lol… #lrnchat
9:13 PM Learning_Dude @bschlenker Goodnight, Brent. Thanks for @AppMeerkat -ing. #lrnchat
9:13 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q5) Why do you think some people practice without any regard to research? #lrnchat
9:13 PM kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q5) Why do you think some people practice without any regard to research? #lrnchat
9:13 PM flipchartguy a5) I’m thinking about SMEs who practice the art of training/design… there’s a lack of awareness of research/best practices #lrnchat
9:13 PM Ruthie_HB RT @J1MFrame: Q5) “don’t have time…” #lrnchat
9:13 PM LnDDave A4) The research was written in crayon… #lrnchat
9:13 PM The_NthDegree ignoring research is almost as daft as ignoring ‘free-thought’ – need both🙂 #lrnchat
9:13 PM trainersleaders q5) Seems to me that some colleagues engage in training-teaching-learning w/o regard to research due to lack of time #lrnchat
9:13 PM Quinnovator RT @DanHirtEsq: @Quinnovator as long as the group of peers aren’t predisposed to flawed thinking/methods #lrnchat < or too closed
9:13 PM OpenAccessLearn A5) Because they feel like they don’t have to #sageonthestage #illusionofknowledge #lrnchat
9:13 PM LorettaDonovan A5 They only want to please senior managers and get kudos from folks who lack expertise in learning #lrnchat
9:14 PM rfs426 A5) Not sure how popular this will be, but to move on in my world of K-12 ed, reliance on research is a constraint. @lrnchat #lrnchat
9:14 PM Learning_Dude . @LnDDave LOL #lrnchat
9:14 PM TheRealAirton A5) research may not align with predetermined results and promises made #lrnchat
9:14 PM LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q5) Why do you think some people practice without any regard to research? #lrnchat
9:14 PM J1MFrame RT @jadekaz: Q5) Clients ooh and ahh at animated gifs #lrnchat So True!
9:14 PM urbie #lrnchat A5 Different drummers. @JaneBozarth goes on about fallacy of Best Practice. You gotta look for nuance.
9:14 PM willconstantine Q5) they are a Millennial and think they know it already😉 #lrnchat
9:14 PM MultiplyingGood Expect npo #outcomes to be challenged. MT @Learning_Dude: World is not so full of #altruism that all research is for greater good. #lrnchat
9:14 PM Quinnovator RT @LnDDave: A4) The research was written in crayon… #lrnchat < I was out of markers
9:14 PM LnDDave RT @Quinnovator: a5) (in whiny voice) because research is *hard* #lrnchat
9:14 PM urbie RT @LnDDave: The post @urbie mentioned had a sequel: How to Recognize Snake Oil in Your PLN (Part 2) http://t.co/44Y9x55i0m #lrnchat
9:14 PM Lizzi79 a5) Organisations aren’t necessarily interested in research, they want results. Few leaders want to test new theories on their org #lrnchat
9:14 PM LnDDave RT @urbie: #lrnchat A5 Flow.
9:14 PM Tracy_Parish Or even provide just the time to do it. RT @fugu13: A5) …don’t provide any opportunity for research to have a positive impact #lrnchat
9:15 PM LnDDave A5) Inertia, and a general lack of curiosity. #lrnchat
9:15 PM brunowinck Lol Fav’ed RT @willconstantine: Q5) they are a Millennial and think they know it already😉 #lrnchat
9:15 PM J1MFrame @LnDDave I like it! #lrnchat
9:15 PM Kevreadenn RT @urbie: #lrnchat A5 Different drummers. @JaneBozarth goes on about fallacy of Best Practice. You gotta look for nuance.
9:15 PM OpenAccessLearn A5) Because their team/customers/clients/learners don’t know any better and they can get away with it #lrnchat
9:15 PM jadekaz q5) Using research means systematic thinking…which takes time and reassess assumptions. Almost impossible. #lrnchat
9:15 PM Learning_Dude A5) Research results create boundaries. If you want more freedom and flexibility, you may let your dog eat the research. #lrnchat
9:15 PM jshamsy @flipchartguy Why does it always end in a bust on SMEs? Love them, they can be your friend! =) #lrnchat
9:15 PM The_NthDegree A5b research also has a ‘yesterday’ feel to it for a lot of people… slow and outdated? #lrnchat
9:15 PM Tracy_Parish RT @The_NthDegree: ignoring research is almost as daft as ignoring ‘free-thought’ – need both🙂 #lrnchat
9:15 PM DanHirtEsq RT @LnDDave: A5) Inertia, and a general lack of curiosity. #lrnchat singing my tune🙂
9:15 PM Ruthie_HB Q5) Like Project Runway, you have a “make it work” moment with resources you have. #lrnchat
9:15 PM trainersleaders q5) Also seems some colleagues engage in training-teaching-learning w/o regard to research because they lack of access to it #lrnchat
9:15 PM charlesjennings <unfortunately too true> @opurt11 Q5) I already designed my lesson for learning styles, now you want me to start over? #lrnchat
9:15 PM rfs426 RT @Learning_Dude: A5) Research results create boundaries. If you want more freedom and flexibility, you may let your dog eat the research.…
9:15 PM SimonBlairTrain RT @LnDDave: A5) Inertia, and a general lack of curiosity. #lrnchat <- It’s always worked (we think) so why look at it with a critical eye?
9:15 PM jadekaz RT @charlesjennings: <unfortunately too true> @opurt11 Q5) I already designed my lesson for learning styles, now you want me to start over?…
9:16 PM kelly_smith01 Q5) Some folks may think that if others still do it this way -the research must be wrong or irrelevant #lrnchat
9:16 PM Quinnovator a5) everyone *knows*… #lrnchat
9:16 PM rfs426 @Learning_Dude My fav chat of the night dude. #lrnchat
9:16 PM LorettaDonovan A5 They lack ability to scope research out of their practice. In reality there is research to be conducted everywhere #lrnchat
9:16 PM kelly_smith01 RT @jadekaz: Q5) Finding cool graphics is more fun #lrnchat
9:16 PM Tracy_Parish RT @kelly_smith01: Q5) Some folks may think that if others still do it this way -the research must be wrong or irrelevant #lrnchat
9:16 PM jshamsy @willconstantine If it doesn’t say it on Wikipedia & you can’t cut & paste it..it didn’t happen! =) #lrnchat
9:16 PM flipchartguy @jshamsy Not a bust, more of an observation. #lrnchat
9:16 PM OpenAccessLearn A5) Because anti-intellectualism is alive and well in the corporate world #lrnchat
9:16 PM J1MFrame @rfs426 @lrnchat Interested…how so? #lrnchat
9:16 PM avanbarn “@Quinnovator: a4) if the literature survey is cursory and biased #lrnchat” Does bad research=agenda?
9:16 PM jshamsy RT @Lizzi79: a5) Organisations aren’t necessarily interested in research, they want results. Few leaders want to test new theories on their…
9:16 PM LorettaDonovan RT @Ruthie_HB: Q5) Like Project Runway, you have a “make it work” moment with resources you have. #lrnchat
9:16 PM brunowinck Reading #lrnchat tonight, I’m going to start to think many tweeps are even more skeptical then me
9:16 PM Learning_Dude . @jshamsy @willconstantine Ah! HAHAHA! LOL🙂 #lrnchat
9:16 PM LnDDave A5) Because unfortunately, many people practice in an environment that values production speed, not production quality. #lrnchat
9:16 PM willconstantine Q5) some of the activities in research are where there are skills gaps, along with problem solving and critical thinking #lrnchat
9:16 PM The_NthDegree @learning_dude good job you’ve got the black market eh? yes, slow and overly precise sometimes can invalidate the research itself #lrnchat
9:16 PM charlesjennings A5) It’s easier just to make it up. #lrnchat
9:16 PM Lizzi79 a2) If you don’t have a research background it can be difficult to access and understand then only your experience/heresay to go on #lrnchat
9:17 PM DanHirtEsq RT @charlesjennings: A5) It’s easier just to make it up. #lrnchat HA!
9:17 PM Quinnovator RT @charlesjennings: A5) It’s easier just to make it up. #lrnchat < that!
9:17 PM LorettaDonovan RT @LnDDave: A5) Because unfortunately, many people practice in an environment that values production speed, not production quality. #lrnch…
9:17 PM Learning_Dude . @Lizzi79 Touche. Great point. #lrnchat
9:17 PM OpenAccessLearn A5) Because some people don’t know how to do research, or they see it as too hard, or not relevant, or inapplicable #lrnchat
9:17 PM flipchartguy @jshamsy To be fair, there are plenty with “training” in their title who also fall victim to being unaware of research… #lrnchat
9:17 PM SimonBlairTrain @avanbarn @Quinnovator I would say an agenda is one possible reason (not the only one) that could lead to cursory/bad research. #lrnchat
9:17 PM LorettaDonovan RT @DanHirtEsq: RT @charlesjennings: A5) It’s easier just to make it up. #lrnchat HA!
9:17 PM jadekaz q5) Training is something anyone can do once they are good in their field. Researches the content, not the practice of instruction #lrnchat
9:17 PM weisblatt RT @jshamsy: @willconstantine If it doesn’t say it on Wikipedia & you can’t cut & paste it..it didn’t happen! =) #lrnchat
9:17 PM Ruthie_HB RT @LnDDave: A5) Because unfortunately, many people practice in an environment that values production speed, not production quality. #lrnch…
9:17 PM Tracy_Parish RT @Lizzi79: a2) If you don’t have a research background it can be difficult to access and understand then only your experience/heresay to …
9:17 PM PDeCunzo RT @trainersleaders: q5) Seems to me that some colleagues engage in training-teaching-learning w/o regard to research due to lack of time #…
9:17 PM LnDDave A5) Because the practitioners work for bosses who have no regard for research. #lrnchat
9:17 PM Quinnovator @avanbarn no bad research <> agenda, but biased lit survey (as opposed to lazy/lame) can be #lrnchat IMNSHO
9:18 PM danno4krist RT @jadekaz: q5) Training is something anyone can do once they are good in their field. Researches the content, not the practice of instruc…
9:18 PM opurt11 @avanbarn @Quinnovator Opinion here seems to concede that all research has an agenda/bias, but not all research is bad due to this. #lrnchat
9:18 PM Learning_Dude “So you mean to tell me all your sources got zapped when that server caught fire.” “Yep. I didn’t make up any of them.” #lrnchat
9:18 PM fugu13 RT @charlesjennings: A5) It’s easier just to make it up. #lrnchat
9:18 PM The_NthDegree …how much research do we think is actually made up anyway? #lrnchat
9:18 PM LnDDave RT @charlesjennings: A5) It’s easier just to make it up. #lrnchat
9:18 PM willconstantine RT @charlesjennings: A5) It’s easier just to make it up. #lrnchat
9:18 PM trainersleaders A time-saving response to any challenge. (I just made that up.): RT @charlesjennings A5) It’s easier just to make it up. #lrnchat
9:18 PM fugu13 RT @LnDDave: A5) Because unfortunately, many people practice in an environment that values production speed, not production quality. #lrnch…
9:18 PM OpenAccessLearn RT @charlesjennings: A5) It’s easier just to make it up. #lrnchat
9:18 PM J1MFrame Q5b) They are already and expert, they don’t need the research… #lrnchat
9:18 PM jadekaz q5) What’s to research. We know how people learn. Didn’t you go to grade school? #lrnchat
9:18 PM LorettaDonovan RT @LnDDave: A5) Because the practitioners work for bosses who have no regard for research. #lrnchat
9:18 PM avanbarn A5. Lack of understanding of how to make use of research #lrnchat
9:18 PM Learning_Dude @opurt11 @avanbarn @Quinnovator True. It has to start somewhere. #lrnchat
9:18 PM Quinnovator a5) “research? we don’t have time for no stinking research.” #lrnchat
9:19 PM jshamsy @flipchartguy Understood – You have to seek the information out – that speaks more to the person than the title. Always a balance. #lrnchat
9:19 PM Quinnovator a5) “Don’t you know your stuff?” #lrnchat
9:19 PM jadekaz Q5) I’ll stop now. #bittermuch? #lrnchat
9:19 PM The_NthDegree A5 Easier to ask for forgiveness than permission… could be true of worrying about the research after with time penalties… #lrnchat
9:19 PM jshamsy RT @jadekaz: q5) Training is something anyone can do once they are good in their field. Researches the content, not the practice of instruc…
9:19 PM lrnchat Q6) If you were to write a research report, what are some of the issues you’d focus on to ensure high quality/accuracy? #lrnchat
9:19 PM opurt11 Q5) Who is ever going to check if a parsec is a measure of distance, and not time? #lrnchat
9:19 PM Learning_Dude A5) Define “research.” There’s a problem. #lrnchat
9:19 PM avanbarn A5. Too lazy to inform themselves of the latest – ride the same old pony #lrnchat
9:19 PM LorettaDonovan RT @jadekaz: q5) What’s to research. We know how people learn. Didn’t you go to grade school? #lrnchat
9:19 PM kelly_smith01 RT @Quinnovator: a5) “research? we don’t have time for no stinking research.” #lrnchat
9:19 PM DanHirtEsq RT @lrnchat: Q6) If you were to write a research report, what are some of the issues you’d focus on to ensure high quality/accuracy? #lrnch…
9:19 PM LorettaDonovan RT @Quinnovator: a5) “Don’t you know your stuff?” #lrnchat
9:19 PM LorettaDonovan RT @Quinnovator: a5) “research? we don’t have time for no stinking research.” #lrnchat
9:19 PM Quinnovator @opurt11 @avanbarn all research has a bias, tho’ not conscious or evil; agenda is more rare but insidious #lrnchat
9:19 PM danno4krist RT @lrnchat: Q6) If you were to write a research report, what are some of the issues you’d focus on to ensure high quality/accuracy? #lrnch…
9:20 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q6) If you were to write a research report, what are some of the issues you’d focus on to ensure high quality/accuracy? #lrnch…
9:20 PM Learning_Dude A6) Oooh. Glossy paper. Expensive, but wowzer it looks nice.😛 #lrnchat
9:20 PM Ruthie_HB Truth. Salary worth. RT @Quinnovator: a5) “Don’t you know your stuff?” #lrnchat
9:20 PM LorettaDonovan RT @lrnchat: Q6) If you were to write a research report, what are some of the issues you’d focus on to ensure high quality/accuracy? #lrnch…
9:20 PM danno4krist @lrnchat Good question #lrnchat
9:20 PM flipchartguy @jshamsy THAT said, I’m not sure it’s the SME’s role to seek out the research, which is another reason they don’t use research #lrnchat
9:20 PM OpenAccessLearn @flipchartguy @jshamsy Absolutely. These people are SMEs too – training experts. Failure to keep abreast of research is common #lrnchat
9:20 PM avanbarn A5. ‘Been doing it for years’ – think they know enough, if not all there is to know. #lrnchat
9:20 PM rfs426 @Quinnovator Do you think your a5 answer has as much to do with relationships as research? #lrnchat
9:20 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q6) If you were to write a research report, what are some of the issues you’d focus on to ensure high quality/accuracy? #lrnch…
9:20 PM Tracy_Parish RT @Learning_Dude: A6) Oooh. Glossy paper. Expensive, but wowzer it looks nice.😛 #lrnchat
9:20 PM avanbarn A5. Have no idea how to find research on a specific topic #lrnchat
9:20 PM opurt11 Q6) Is my sample as random as can be managed? Are my maths correct? #lrnchat
9:20 PM Quinnovator a6) a research report? That there’s actually been some research! #lrnchat
9:20 PM Learning_Dude A6) If possible, find other places the same research was referenced, similar to trackbacks / ping backs. #lrnchat
9:20 PM LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q6) If you were to write a research report, what are some of the issues you’d focus on to ensure high quality/accuracy? #lrnch…
9:20 PM OpenAccessLearn RT @lrnchat: Q6) If you were to write a research report, what are some of the issues you’d focus on to ensure high quality/accuracy? #lrnch…
9:20 PM DanHirtEsq a6. Multiple test groups, structured & documented processes, multiple measures #lrnchat
9:20 PM Lizzi79 @jadekaz I totally disagree. Just because you learn doesn’t mean you can teach. Some experts=crap teachers! #lrnchat
9:21 PM J1MFrame A6) who’s the audience? #lrnchat
9:21 PM LorettaDonovan A6 Reliability and validity #lrnchat
9:21 PM Tracy_Parish A6) From my small research today on this topic. I need to know my results can be replicated over and over. #lrnchat
9:21 PM Learning_Dude A6) If you’re working with multiple people, it’s important to work from a common lexicon. I’d suggest defining research first. #lrnchat
9:21 PM kelly_smith01 Q5) Oh a schol boy, huh? With all your fancy dancy research. Well thisis the real world, son. #lrnchat
9:21 PM LorettaDonovan RT @Tracy_Parish: A6) From my small research today on this topic. I need to know my results can be replicated over and over. #lrnchat
9:21 PM opurt11 @Lizzi79 @jadekaz Could be wrong, but I think that was the point she was trying to make, based on the wording of the question. #lrnchat
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9:22 PM kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q6) If you were to write a research report, what are some of the issues you’d focus on to ensure high quality/accuracy? #lrnch…
9:22 PM LorettaDonovan RT @Lizzi79: @jadekaz I totally disagree. Just because you learn doesn’t mean you can teach. Some experts=crap teachers! #lrnchat
9:22 PM weisblatt A5) L&d folk do a lot by gut feel. Looking at research might unravel much of their standard processes. #lrnchat
9:22 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q6) If you were to write a research report, what are some of the issues you’d focus on to ensure high quality/accuracy? #lrnch…
9:22 PM Learning_Dude A6) For quality, I’d spend a significant amount of time/effort ensuring the data tells a compelling, and visual, story. #lrnchat
9:22 PM Quinnovator RT @rfs426: @Quinnovator Do you think your a5 answer has as much to do with relationships as research? #lrnchat < has to do with context
9:22 PM The_NthDegree A6 Probably big words, numbers, formulas and lots of citations like everyone else… #lrnchat
9:22 PM trainersleaders q60 If I were writing a research report, I’d try to ensure high quality/accuracy by drawing upon numerous/varied/reliable souces #lrnchat
9:22 PM Quinnovator RT @trainersleaders: q60 If I were writing a research report, I’d try to ensure high quality/accuracy by drawing upon numerous/varied/relia…
9:22 PM LorettaDonovan RT @J1MFrame: A6) who’s the audience? #lrnchat
9:22 PM OpenAccessLearn A6) Look at both sides of the hypothesis. Use valid and reliable quant and qual methods to test and propose. Reference widely. #lrnchat
9:22 PM LnDDave A6) Making sure my research project starts with a question, not an answer. #lrnchat
9:22 PM danno4krist RT @Learning_Dude: A6) For quality, I’d spend a significant amount of time/effort ensuring the data tells a compelling, and visual, story. …
9:22 PM willconstantine A6) I mean I guess you could check references. #lrnchat
9:22 PM Learning_Dude RT @LnDDave: A6) Making sure my research project starts with a question, not an answer. #lrnchat
9:22 PM flipchartguy @Lizzi79 @jadekaz Didn’t Magic Johnson (and Lakers fans) find this out when he tried to coach the Lakers? #lrnchat
9:22 PM jadekaz Q6) Obviously focus on clickable headline, loaded keywords, and celebrity photos #lrnchat
9:22 PM urbie #lrnchat A6 References. On whose shoulders are you standing on? That’s número uno.
9:23 PM Quinnovator a5) looking at research could jeopardize my worldview, I could be *wrong*! #lrnchat
9:23 PM Ruthie_HB Q6) Value research that shows all perspectives. You can still learn from the different methods. Bits and pieces. #lrnchat
9:23 PM The_NthDegree A6 although I’d probably pay someone else to do the research so I could do the free-thinking stuff instead🙂 #lrnchat
9:23 PM Learning_Dude @jadekaz You’re too much. Haha! #lrnchat
9:23 PM avanbarn “@jadekaz: q5) Training is something anyone can do once they are good in their field. AAARRRGH! #lrnchat”
9:23 PM charlesjennings <+ lack of experience how to go about it & lack of time to do it> @avanbarn A5.Lack of understanding of how to make use of research #lrnchat
9:23 PM DanHirtEsq What if we didn’t for a hypothesis? just look at the results, see what we get? #lrnchat
9:23 PM LorettaDonovan A6 Relevance to a stated population or context #lrnchat
9:23 PM willconstantine Q6) the research is logical and matches what the research points to, not what the opinion points to. #lrnchat
9:23 PM Quinnovator RT @Ruthie_HB: Q6) Value research that shows all perspectives. You can still learn from the different methods. Bits and pieces. #lrnchat
9:23 PM LorettaDonovan RT @willconstantine: A6) I mean I guess you could check references. #lrnchat
9:23 PM weisblatt RT @kelly_smith01: Q5) Oh a schol boy, huh? With all your fancy dancy research. Well thisis the real world, son. #lrnchat
9:23 PM LorettaDonovan RT @LnDDave: A6) Making sure my research project starts with a question, not an answer. #lrnchat
9:23 PM Quinnovator RT @jadekaz: Q6) Obviously focus on clickable headline, loaded keywords, and celebrity photos #lrnchat < love cynics😉
9:23 PM Ruthie_HB Q6) Benchmark. Has someone already done this? #lrnchat
9:24 PM Quinnovator RT @LnDDave: A6) Making sure my research project starts with a question, not an answer. #lrnchat < hear hear
9:24 PM Learning_Dude A6) Seek out devil’s advocates. (They’re everywhere, and free.) Ask them if the research actually proves your point. #lrnchat
9:24 PM danno4krist @jadekaz love this Jade #lrnchat
9:24 PM opurt11 Q6) Can the methods be easily reproduced by others? #lrnchat
9:24 PM avanbarn “@jadekaz: q5) What’s to research. We know how people learn. Didn’t you go to grade school? #lrnchat” That’s a good one! #lrnchat
9:24 PM trainersleaders MT @OpenAccessLearn Look at both sides of hypothesis. Use valid/reliable quant & qual methods to test & propose. Reference widely. #lrnchat
9:24 PM JeremyDBond A6) incorporating a solid conglomeration of past research from a variety of sources. #lrnchat
9:24 PM kelly_smith01 Q6) A very specific focus based on reliable results of other research which identifies relevant and current issues? #lrnchat
9:24 PM OpenAccessLearn A6) Seek feedback before publication. Focus on applicability/relevance to encourage others to use and test. Seek feedback after. #lrnchat
9:24 PM The_NthDegree @Learning_Dude yep, I’m available for anyone who wants their theory disproving🙂 #lrnchat
9:24 PM jaycross Transparency on methods employed in the research. #lrnchat
9:24 PM weisblatt @willconstantine I don’t always look at research but when I do I never check references. #lrnchat #dosequis
9:24 PM LnDDave A6) I’m personally more interested distilling existing research for mass consumption. #lrnchat
9:24 PM Kevreadenn A6. Relevance, importance, large diverse sample size, peer review, #lrnchat
9:24 PM Learning_Dude A6) Take pre-planned breaks between doing, drafting and finalizing the actual report. Fresh eyes never hurt. #lrnchat
9:24 PM rfs426 A6) The idea of a research report is over. “How would you want your learners to research or answer an ungooglable question?” #lrnchat
9:25 PM danno4krist @jaycross Yeah Right! #lrnchat
9:25 PM brunowinck Best > RT @The_NthDegree: @Learning_Dude yep, I’m available for anyone who wants their theory disproving🙂 #lrnchat
9:25 PM urbie #lrnchat A6 Ditto with a solid research question. Reading tweets by @sciencegurlz0 @doctor_pms suggest and others show it’s a big deal.
9:25 PM opurt11 @jadekaz Don’t forget the 10-question quiz to find out which X you are! #lrnchat
9:25 PM Quinnovator RT @jaycross: Transparency on methods employed in the research. #lrnchat < so that
9:25 PM LorettaDonovan RT @jaycross: Transparency on methods employed in the research. #lrnchat
9:25 PM lrnchat QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:25 PM btopro RT @lrnchat: Q6) If you were to write a research report, what are some of the issues you’d focus on to ensure high quality/accuracy? #lrnch…
9:25 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat < already?
9:25 PM willconstantine @weisblatt we need a meme! #lrnchat
9:25 PM jadekaz Q6) Meta analysis, hypotheses, peer reviewed research support, objective findings, hpt models and usage, exploratory questions #lrnchat
9:25 PM J1MFrame @OpenAccessLearn Research supports a good feedback loop is a best practice…#lrnchat
9:25 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:25 PM DanHirtEsq this flies by, everytime! #lrnchat
9:26 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:26 PM Kevreadenn I’m beginning to doubt some sacred cows #lrnchat
9:26 PM brunowinck Key to everything >> RT @jaycross: Transparency on methods employed in the research. #lrnchat
9:26 PM Learning_Dude @willconstantine @weisblatt Hang tight… #lrnchat
9:26 PM LnDDave A6) Get others involved who do not share your biases. #lrnchat
9:26 PM LorettaDonovan RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:26 PM Quinnovator aW) blogging at http://t.co/Nm5yXCbV5R, consulting at http://t.co/FfFRKPWUDT, instigating at http://t.co/riPao8x0R5 #lrnchat
9:26 PM The_NthDegree Awrap: Nigel from NZ here: http://t.co/jpKzkUrBHq and my unresearched thoughts here: http://t.co/PYfZea6CJj #lrnchat
9:26 PM SimonBlairTrain RT @willconstantine: @weisblatt we need a meme! #lrnchat <- Where’s @JaneBozarth when we need her?🙂
9:26 PM opurt11 Qwrap) Chad Lowry, Customer Education Manager, LD&T grad student at @Purdue #lrnchat
9:26 PM LnDDave RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:26 PM trainersleaders Love the #DosEquis approach to research: RT @weisblatt I don’t always look at research but when I do I never check references. #lrnchat
9:26 PM avanbarn “@LorettaDonovan: A6 Reliability and validity #lrnchat” And parallel concepts in qualitative research? Not just quant, right?
9:26 PM btopro A6) A blog detailing my thoughts throughout to ensure, years later, I didn’t stumble on what I EXPECTED vs witnessed throughout #lrnchat
9:26 PM charlesjennings A6) Wouldn’t slavishly rely on peer review (frequently gamed in academic research) #lrnchat
9:27 PM jadekaz RT @opurt11: @jadekaz Don’t forget the 10-question quiz to find out which X you are! #lrnchat
9:27 PM The_NthDegree …and to those that said transparency is always good I wouldn’t recommend it on your bathroom door🙂 #lrnchat
9:27 PM DanHirtEsq Dan, Trainer, Podcaster/blogger, amateur human. For the latest podcast check it out! #lrnchat http://t.co/v40h4lT0wG
9:27 PM didimau001 RT @eLearningGuild: Connect Virtually or Face-to-Face during #lrnchat LIVE at Learning Solutions #LSCon http://t.co/Dwwubco58I
9:27 PM brunowinck QWrap) Bruno , same as before #lrnchat
9:27 PM Kevreadenn Are PLC’s truly an effective model? I wonder what the research says? #lrnchat
9:27 PM J1MFrame Wrap) #lrnchat Hi, my name is Jim – I am an expert…don’t ask me to prove it. lolThanks for the chat tonight!
9:27 PM danno4krist Wow…first time and I enjoyed this!
Daniel from South Africa.
#lrnchat
9:27 PM Tracy_Parish Wrap) Tracy Parish, ID, Health Care, Newmarket, Ontario. Thanks again everyone – great evening of learning and discussion. #lrnchat
9:27 PM urbie #lrnchat urbie, education engineer from arizona..
9:27 PM jaycross By for now. Heading down to Palm Springs next week. #LRNCHAT
9:27 PM trainersleaders Wrap-up: Paul Signorelli, writer-trainer-instructional designer-consultant; blogging at http://t.co/SHnvJ7P8j6 as time allows #lrnchat
9:27 PM The_NthDegree @LnDDave or better still get others who share your bias and then play devil’s advocate against them🙂 #lrnchat
9:27 PM brunowinck Are you a life long learner? -> contact me I’m interested to interview you #lrnchat
9:27 PM Quinnovator aW) will be at #LSCon, CSTD, eLearning Symposium, ATD GG, ATD Atl, hope to see you at one of these! #lrnchat
9:27 PM Learning_Dude . @willconstantine @weisblatt This one’s for you, Adam. #lrnchat http://t.co/gIdgp6UCJn
9:28 PM willconstantine QWrap) Will Constantine NJ Greek http://t.co/ODAbM5zHju chef (I Instagram my creations) #lrnchat
9:28 PM kelly_smith01 Q wrap) Good chat. Hypothesis supported. #lrnchat
9:28 PM SLDoyle67 Sharon from Calgary. Got sidetracked by a shipment of new lacrosse equipment for the boy…See you next week! #lrnchat
9:28 PM jadekaz Qwrap) Come see me at #ecosystems. Session 7001 for my far less cynical presentation on KM. #lrnchat
9:28 PM LnDDave QWrap) Interested in how mobile is used for learning? Join us for #GuildChat tomorrow at 11amPT / 2pmET. http://t.co/tYv1Ay6HRY #lrnchat
9:28 PM LorettaDonovan AWrap Loretta Donovan from still-snowy NY where I coach and consult on learning, change + employee engagement #lrnchat
9:28 PM OpenAccessLearn Qwrap) Mairi from Oz. Passion for learning in all forms/levels. Available for strategy dev, project work and research😉 #lrnchat #letschat
9:28 PM SimonBlairTrain AWrap: Simon Blair, e-Learning guy and evil genius. Blogging at http://t.co/Xaecs02meX #lrnchat
9:28 PM avanbarn “@jaycross: By for now. Heading down to Palm Springs next week. #LRNCHAT” Are you walking so have to get started early?
9:29 PM flipchartguy aWrap) Thanks #lrnchat crowd… come to the eLearning Guild Performance Support Symposium and hear my story this June in Austin!
9:29 PM The_NthDegree @brunowinck are you sure you haven’t changed at all since last time? Where’s the lifelong learning in that?!😉 #lrnchat
9:29 PM Ruthie_HB QWrap) Ruth in Upstate NY. Learning enthusiast. Excited to attend #LSCon and see some lrnchat-ers! #lrnchat
9:29 PM LorettaDonovan RT @kelly_smith01: Q wrap) Good chat. Hypothesis supported. #lrnchat
9:29 PM Lizzi79 QWrap Amanda Lizier. LOD practitioner for 15 years and writing up PhD on the experience of learning in complex adaptive org. #lrnchat
9:29 PM rfs426 A6) Trying out a VicariousPD to bring learning from a conf to a org from those attending: https://t.co/plfdUvEiVS #lrnchat
9:29 PM LnDDave RT @charlesjennings: A6) Wouldn’t slavishly rely on peer review (frequently gamed in academic research) #lrnchat
9:29 PM OpenAccessLearn @Learning_Dude @willconstantine @weisblatt Love it! #lrnchat
9:29 PM DanHirtEsq Thanks to the men and women behind the curtain! @lrnchat #lrnchat
9:29 PM brunowinck @The_NthDegree I like your style #lrnchat
9:30 PM blairrorani RT @OpenAccessLearn: A0) This week I’m learning how to use the paper app by @fiftythree by participating in the @blairrorani Twitter draw-a…
9:30 PM Kevreadenn “Stay hungry, stay foolish” Steve Jobs #lrnchat
9:30 PM LnDDave @danno4krist Thanks for joining us! #lrnchat
9:30 PM The_NthDegree RT @brunowinck: @The_NthDegree I like your style #lrnchat
9:30 PM LorettaDonovan “@avanbarn: “@LorettaDonovan: A6 Reliability and validity #lrnchat” And parallel concepts in qualitative research? Not just quant, right?”
9:30 PM OpenAccessLearn @LorettaDonovan Enjoy that snow! 29deg C here today. #hot #lrnchat
9:30 PM lrnchat Thanks everyone for joining #lrnchat tonight. See you next week! Look for weekly transcripts at http://t.co/ijNIXq164N