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Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Ambitious eLeaP - Learning Management System

Saul Weiner reports on eLeaP learning management system.

" ..eLeaP is the latest entrant into the SaaS learning (training) management applications. It's a new breed of on-demand vendors looking to encroach on the space of more entrenched client server applications. This space however is quite popular with vendors such as learn.com and cornerstone on-demand."

Read full review at Zulu in Silicon Valley blog

Get information on eLeaP LMS & Training Software.

Monday, March 27, 2006

Learning 2.0 - "Automation" Vrs "Innovation"

So I hear the e learning industry is fast moving from a state of "Stale Automation" which is just putting a bunch of static learning objects or content pieces in a learning management system and to paradiym of "innovation" and I will dare say "collective innovation or learning."

According to Jane Knight, head of research at Learning Light, with Web 2.0 technologies, elearning is now moving into a "new era of sharing content, colloborating and syndicating learning materials online." How can Learning 2.0 really become a viable, usable philosophy instead of some snazzy marketing term that eLearning technology solutions developers misuse?

I believe in the tenets of Learning 2.0 as they pertain to creating and delivering personalized, social and lifelong learning through web platforms utilizing Web 2.0 principles and technology. I remember an interesting story about Learning Vacations (where you are guranteed to go home from your vacation with a new skill). Fastcompany about the changing demographics of the US and how this might lead to continuous learning for workers especially older workers. Learning a new skill in your retirement might just become as easy as logging into your elearning website and purchasing the courses you wish to take, collaborate with other retirees across the world and when you go on that Mediterranean vacation, guess what you can take courses in world history from the comfort of your hotel room.

Share your opinions at the e-Learning Place.

Saturday, March 18, 2006

Obsolete Text books -- Spontaneous, course-generated content

Do you think Text books are going to ever be a thing of the past? Will dynamic or spontaneous course generated content a la Web 2.0 & Learning 2.0 concepts such as wiki's, blogs, or other content management platforms replace traditional collective vetted scholarly course content?
Will the course content become more relevant to students? Discuss these and other Learning 2.0 and Web 2.0 solution ideas at the e-Learning Place.

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Learning 2.0, Web 2.0 Rich Internet Applications

Just how learned are you? What do you think about your learning life? Do A's & B's represent through knowledge and skills? Can we reinvent or improve on the current methodologies of learning? How can we learn from the tenets of Web 2.0 to improve learning in our schools, businesses and personal learning journeys? Get answers to this and many more questions about the Learning 2.0 phenomenon.

We will dissect the technologies, the methodologies and the philosophy behind Web 2.0 and Learning 2.0 as we they apply to learning, social networks, tagging, tag clouds, wiki's, blogs, micro & macro publishing.

Stay tuned.
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