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Biggest lesson from my graduate studies: Communities ignite learning

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If you follow me on Twitter or are friends with me on Facebook, you know that I graduated last weekend with a Master of Science degree from the Instructional Systems program at Florida State University. Here’s a video to prove … Continue reading

#lrnchat Live at the Learning Solutions Conference

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This is the story of how real relationships can be formed using social media technologies. A group of us who were in Orlando for the Learning Solutions Conference had formed relationships online because of #lrnchat. For those of you who … Continue reading

December Big Question – What did you learn about learning in 2009?

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It’s the last day of December, the last day of 2009, the last day of a decade. But I still want to answer December’s Big Question: What did you learn about learning in 2009? Grad School Personally, I took five … Continue reading

Anyone can be an ID. But should *anyone* be an ID?

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This is my response to last week’s #lrnchat. I was inspired to write it after watching an internal (EMC) discussion about training. Anyone can perform the ID function You heard me correctly. ANYONE. I have to say I was so … Continue reading

Twitter Chat

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Last night I participated in the #lrnchat twitter chat again. I’ve been trying to explain what a twitter chat is, and I honestly think you have to participate in one to “get it”. Basically, here is how a twitter chat … Continue reading