e-Learning Awards 2006

Now in its second year, the primary objective of the eLearning Awards is to recognise real excellence in the e-learning industry. An e-learning programme, project or strategy that is judged to be the best in that category for that year. e-Learning Awards The ceremony will be held on the 9th November 2006 at the luxury […]

e-Learning Awards 2006

Now in its second year, the primary objective of the eLearning Awards is to recognise real excellence in the e-learning industry. An e-learning programme, project or strategy that is judged to be the best in that category for that year. e-Learning Awards The ceremony will be held on the 9th November 2006 at the luxury […]

Exploring Shakespeare with Google

"In Shakespeare’s day, gaining greater access to his plays meant duking it out with the other "groundlings" for the best view of the stage. It took centuries for the modern printing press to bring plays like Hamlet to people all around the world – and for the Bard to become one of the most quoted […]

Qunu

"Qunu is a next-generation expertise matching service. We use instant messaging to connect — in real time — people who have software or tech-related questions with experts who are passionate and willing to help." Qunu "How’s it different to other ask-an-expert services? It’s different to the ones you’ve seen because with Qunu you don’t have […]

Work and the Web are converging

Here’s a great article from Jay Cross from the June edition of Learning Circuits Magazine. Work and the Web are converging "Corporations must embrace the web, however. Organizations cannot only reap the tangible benefits of connectedness, they must also internalize the memes of Internet culture. It is internet culture that can reinforce the values of […]

HBR IdeaCast

I am always being asked for new ideas for Management Development.  Here is a new service from Harvard Business Review HBR IdeaCast "The HBR IdeaCast™ is a free biweekly podcast featuring breakthrough management ideas and commentary from the editors and authors of Harvard Business School Publishing."

Virtual collaboration: engaging learning through technology

"Virtual collaboration is a phrase that is both explanatory and confusing. In one company, virtual collaboration can be as simple as e-mail and document sharing. In another company, it can be the combined use of asynchronous tools—such as calendars, links and bulletin boards— with synchronous tools such as Web, audio or video conferencing."  Tanya Goodwin-Maslach, […]