Author Archives: Jane Hart

About Jane Hart

Jane Hart is the Founder of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies. She helps organisations and learning professionals modernise their approaches to workplace learning - through public workshops and bespoke consultancy. Jane is the Editor of the <Modern Workplace Learning Magazine, and is the author of a number of books including Learning in the Modern Workplace 2017 and How to become a Modern Professional Learner. You can contact Jane at

Shroud of Turin

This project was a recipient of the ISTE SIGTEL Online Learning Awards 2006 Shroud of Turin It examines the authenticity of The Shroud of Turin, and the possibility that Leonardo created it, in light of the recreation of the Shroud by Stephen Beckman who used a pinhole camera with renaissance technology and materials. Take the […]


Babble has been relaunched so it’s worth another posting. Babble "Babble was created by a bunch of babblers who feel passionately that talk should be free. Free speech … Since Babble was born, we have focused on delivering the highest quality, cheapest phone calls on the planet. That means we have not used any hype […]

Learning Futures 2006

Elliot Masie’s conferences are always very popular and very well attended in the US.  This is one he’s running in Ireland Learning Futures 2006 "Learning Futures 2006 is 100% dedicated to the future of organizational learning in a changing global context. Come to Dublin, Ireland to engage in two full days of dialogues, benchmarking and […]


Here’s a lower cost online meeting tool that supports sharing of presentations. teamslide teamslide is offered with a single-user, five-user and ten-user license. Who needs a license? Only you, the presenter. Each presenter can upload an unlimited number of slidesets and switch between them.

Honda community grows rapidly on brand blog network

I received this interesting press release yesterday about Honda’s blogging community: "Honda’s controversial decision to sponsor a blog community for its brand through independent network, appears to have been vindicated. In less than two months since the blog was launched, a vibrant Community of Honda owners and other car buyers has come together to […]

BBC revamps Web site

When I heard the news that the BBC was revamping its website because "it is in danger of losing the interest of the young generation unless it develops a new breed of personalised and on-demand programming", it made me think how learning departments should be thinking the same thing about their learning solutions available through […]


Just spotted this new tool on Robin Good’s website, which he calls " an innovative communication, promotion, community-building and content distribution service which has lots of potential going for it".  Stickam – "the all-in-one communication tool" Check it out

Here’s a useful little tool: – the Internet clipboard With you can copy and paste between computers. Just enter in any URL that starts with (example: and post. Then from any other computer enter the same URL and copy.

Michigan to require “online courses” for high school graduation

A number of sources are reporting that the State of Michigan in the US is requiring students to spend some time learning online.  "Schools and teachers have two general options to meet this requirements: develop entire online courses, or add online components to all of the state’s required high school coursework. With the bill signed […]