#LearningFlow Saturday Survey No 3

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During this week on The Learning Flow’s Twitter and Facebook feeds, there has been some discussion around curation tools and skills, so this week’s #learningflow survey is about preferred content curation tools.

Which tool do you prefer to use to curate the stuff you find online?

50 ideas to change L & D

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The smell of change is in the air! Yesterday I read a post on TeachThought called 50 crazy ideas to change education and I tweeted it. Andrew Jacobs was on Twitter and he responded and the following conversation ensued:

@C4LPT @TeachThought Was just reading that…inspiring me to think of similar for L&D.

— Andrew Jacobs [...]

The Web is 25 years old today – so how has it changed the way we learn?

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Updated: 15 April 2014

25 years ago today, on 12 March 1989, the British scientist Tim Berners-Lee wrote a proposal to develop a distributed information system for CERN, and in doing so lay down the foundation for what was to become the World Wide Web. In the ensuing 25 years there can be few people [...]

#LearningFlow Saturday Survey No 2

Here is the 2nd Saturday Survey from @TheLearningFlow. Follow this Twitter account for a daily social micro-learning activity based on learning-related news from the Web.

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(4) The role of the Guide in a Learning Flow

This is the fourth in a series of blog posts about the Learning Flow. In the first post I discussed the concept of a Learning Flow – as a continuous steady stream of social micro-learning activities, in the second I talked about the user experience and in the third I considered three types of Learning [...]

My February bookmarks

The links to resources and articles I tweeted during February 2014 are in my 2014 Reading List.

My February Bookmarks

Here are the links to resources and articles I tweeted during February 2014 – in my 2014 Reading List.

(3) Three Types of Learning Flow

In previous posts in this series I talked about the concept of a Learning Flow, as a continuous stream of social micro-learning activities, and explained how the user experience differs from being on a course or learning from the unstructured knowledge sharing in activity streams.

In this post I want to take a look at [...]

(2) The Learning Flow and the User Experience

In my last post I described the concept of a Learning Flow as a continuous steady stream of social micro-learning activities, and explained how this new learning framework lies between the instructionally designed course and the unstructured knowledge sharing of teams, groups and communities that takes place in public activity streams and enterprise social networks.

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(1) Beyond the Course: The Learning Flow – a new framework for the social learning era

Learning is a process not an event. Learning is a journey not a destination.

We’ve heard all this for years, and yet the facts remain the same – the way that we help people learn revolves around events in the form of (a defined package of content) aka courses, where the focus still is firmly [...]