Build a Participatory Culture to Engage Learners (Learning Thursday #16)

Check out the last Learning Thursday article on connected learning here. In a participatory culture, individuals take an objective into their own hands with the intention […]

Using an eWorkshop to initiate or enrich a community

One of our new clients, a small NGO with a wide network of local partners in Africa and Latin America is building an e-learning program […]

Using an eWorkshop to initiate or enrich a community

One of our new clients, a small NGO with a wide network of local partners in Africa and Latin America is building an e-learning program […]

SIX OBSTACLES TO BUILDING COMMUNITIES IN ORGANIZATIONS

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NMC 2016: Transformative Ideas, Exploding Minds, and Hyper-normals

The first full day of the NMC (New Media Consortium) 2016 Summer Conference here in Rochester, New York is far from over, but we’re already […]

Learning in Reflection 4: What’s the trend?

ATD 2016, Day 4 (25 May, 2016): I jumped out of the bed and kick-started my day with Becky Pike Pluth‘s session, Discover 7 techniques […]

Getting Rid of One’s Own Small Thinking!

I’m a big fan of Eckhart Tolle‘s ideologies and his teachings. One thing that has stuck on with me is this: “Whatever you fight, you […]

Learning in Reflection: Meet, greet and begin!

ATD 2016, Day 1 (22nd May 2016): It’s 2nd time in a row that I  went for Association of Talent Development’s (ATD) International Conference and […]

Learning in Reflection 2: Leadership, ROI and Girl Power!

ATD 2016, Day 2 (23 May, 2016): I’m back with another post in my learning in reflection series. First of all, I have to state, […]

From eLearning to Learning (Pt. 2 of 5): A Case Study in Blended Learning

Setting the agenda (at multiple levels) is always part of a successful learning event/presentation. It’s no surprise, therefore, that my “co-conspirators” on the Mount Prospect […]

From eLearning to Learning (Pt. 3 of 5): A Case Study in Blended Learning

There is always a moment of stunned silence when I initially tell new “co-conspirators” (i.e., prospective clients) that I want to be onsite in their […]

From eLearning to Learning (Pt. 4 of 5): A Case Study in Blended Learning

The unexpectedly explosive and transformational decision to try using Twitter to incorporate positive onsite-online e-learning experiences into Mount Prospect Public Library’s 2016 Staff Inservice Day […]

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