“In an anonymous reply to my posting yesterday on the pirating of PC software, an elearning developer asked “How do real people actually afford/justify purchasing something like the Adobe eLearning Suite?” He’d tried open source and free software but had to admit that, as far as e-learning development software was concerned, “Adobe is still king and will remain so for our foreseeable future.”
“Over the last year or so we have talked with hundreds of companies about their desire to transform their corporate training programs to take advantage of social networking, knowledge management, communities of practice, and better models of blended learning. As we studied dozens of high performing training programs through our Learning Leaders® program, we realized that today’s corporate training world has fundamentally evolved.”
- What is micro-blogging?
- How can micro-blogging be beneficial at work?
- Selecting a micro-blogging platform
- Involve the right people
- Run a pilot program
“The just announced Google Wave is getting a lot of people interested. The Wave is not just another application, it’s a whole new way of using online information. If you have not seen the demo yet, you should. The Wave takes collaboration to a whole new level. When I was watching the collaboration demo, I felt the entire experience was more like an extension into multiple minds rather than the ‘switch-type’ collaboration we see in the likes of Sharepoint and Lotus Notes.”
eLearning 3.0 Blog: Daily Digest (June 6, 2009)
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