2012 Top Online Collaboration Tools for Learning Professionals

My Blended Learning students at GBC have asked at a session the other day what online collaboration tools they can use as part of their social learning toolkit since most of them are building blended or purely online curricula for the companies they work for.  Looked at my browser’s favs and here’s my list. You . . . → Read More: 2012 Top Online Collaboration Tools for Learning Professionals

How to host a guest speaker at your corporate learning event | My social learning presentation experience at Blackberry..er I mean.. Research in Motion [RIM]

I was at the offices of the good people of Blackberry (Research in Motion) last week to present and facilitate a level setting session on Social Learning at their quarterly Internal Learning Forum [ILF]. Like at my presentation at the Canadian Society for Training and Development, I engaged my colleague, Joost Robben, to . . . → Read More: How to host a guest speaker at your corporate learning event | My social learning presentation experience at Blackberry..er I mean.. Research in Motion [RIM]

Facebook, much?

Last week I presented a workshop on Social Media, Networks, and Learning, as well as the Yap-Robben Model of Leveraging Social Learning Technologies in Corporate Environments for the Canadian Society for Training and Development [London Chapter]. The participants had the opportunity to dialogue on the pros/cons of social media, social networks, and social learning.

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Top 125 Workplace eLearning Posts of 2009

The eLearning Learning Blog just came out with this year’s Top 125 Workplace eLearning Posts of 2009. My paper on Leveraging Social Learning Technologies with Joost Robben, who posted a blog entry about our paper made it to the list! Check out #112. There are quite a bit of interesting blog posts that you can . . . → Read More: Top 125 Workplace eLearning Posts of 2009

Leveraging social learning technologies

A colleague of mine, Joost Robben, from Netherlands and I recently developed a model for leveraging social learning technologies as a response to strategy discussions when implementing social web technologies to engage, build relationships, and enhance the learning of employees in corporate environments.

From the literature review, we noticed the importance of trust for . . . → Read More: Leveraging social learning technologies