Spinning the Social Web

I work as managing director of The eLearning Guild Academy. This is my personal blog. I write about all things L&D and social.

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Posts by Spinning the Social Web

There is no one ‘right’ online platform to support learning

If you’re in the profession of learning & development you would no doubt select “TRUE” to the following statement if it was presented as a test question: We […]

Community Manager Appreciation Day

Started by Jeremiah Owyang in 2010, today is Community Manager Appreciation Day - a day to say thanks! I’ve been a “part-time” community manager for the past […]

What do we actually do in isolation anymore?

A guest post on VB Business titled Coming 2014: a smarter, interconnected you identified four changes to keep an eye on next year. The last paragraph […]

Don’t be afraid to breach the evidence-free zone

I had the pleasure of attending a speech by Hillary Clinton a few weeks ago. One phrase she used was “evidence-free zone” and I couldn’t […]

Don’t look back (or down)

What’s your earliest memory of school? Mine is the school bus. Of course this “memory” might not be a true memory but me internalizing my […]

Thoughts about the first eLearning Guild Academy offering and my sad life ; )

If I had known that Magic Mike was on HBO at 11 PM, I would have made plans to be there. But I actually had […]

So how do you show that you can learn and adapt – and master – constant change?

My colleague, Bill Brandon, brought Brian Hall’s post 10 Technology Skills That Will No Longer Help You Get A Job to my attention when I was […]

Ten Lessons Over Ten Years

I was in San Francisco in 2003 at a conference that was held at the same time as The eLearning Guild’s “Annual Conference.” I remember […]

Is there value in defining mobile learning and classifying mobile devices?

While  writing our Mobile Learning Cookbook, I tweeted that… This simple statement served as a catalyst for debate of sorts that extended to Facebook and […]

Hello 2013

For me, 2012 will go down as a year I basically went dark publicly. While I wrote a lot for my work, I think I […]

A Glimpse of Your Future Workforce – Now in Middle School

Six months ago Thomas Suarez, a 6th grader from Los Angeles, spoke at a TEDS event about the making and sale of an “app”  he […]

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