Category Archives: Google Plus

Put down the mouse, grab a beer, close your eyes, and listen to the first ten minutes…

Put down the mouse, grab a beer, close your eyes, and listen to the first ten minutes of Informal Learning, Rediscovering the Natural Pathways that Inspire Performance and Innovation. #shared Embedded Link http://internettime.com/Informal%20Learning%20Chapter%201.wav Google+: View post on Google+

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Three fun minutes from a debate at Oxford 

#shared Why, you ask, do I put #shared  on some of my Google+ items? That copies them into my blog at http://jaycross.com Life's too short for double-posting or drinking cheap wine.  Google+: View post on Google+

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Catch up on what you missed!

#shared Embedded Link Internet Time Blog : 50 best articles on Working Smarter for the first half of 2012 Flipping Corporate Learning Flipping learning is big in education. It will be big in corporate learning. Let's not blow it. How … Continue reading

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More than you probably wanted to hear about informal learning

#shared Embedded Link Internet Time Alliance | A ridiculously long post on Informal Learning Here's my attempt at breaking the Guinness World Record for longest blog post. (2809 words). Don't eat it all in one bite. I'm preparing to lead … Continue reading

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We Think

by Charles Leadbetter Pull trumps push. Charley is astute.  Thanks for the tip, Jane. #shared Google+: View post on Google+

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Don't worry, be happy

Money can’t buy happiness. Happiness results from how you feel about things, not how things really are. Harvard’s Daniel Gilbert asks you to imagine two people. One wins $58 million in the lottery; the other loses the use of his … Continue reading

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Designing the Informal Learning Experience

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Informal Learning: Caveat Emptor

#shared Embedded Link Don’t drink the informal learning snake oil The Tragedy of eLearning We’ve seen this movie before. The 1999 Online Learning conference in Los Angeles was ground zero for eLearning. CBT Systems told the world it was being reincarnated … Continue reading

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Twenty Thoughts on MOOCs, a few of them mine. Biz-MOOCs are on the way

#shared Embedded Link TravelinEdMan: Twenty Thoughts on the Types, Targets, and Intents of MOOCs – The World Is Open Anyway, on to Day Four. This story begins when I was on a chartered plane with some IU information technology people … Continue reading

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Emergent Learning

#shared Embedded Link Bye Bye E-Learning: Emergent Learning Paradigm More Important Than Digital Delivery Tools You always hear educators discuss rethinking education paradigms. But while it makes perfectly sense to find new ways to engage and connect teachers and learners, … Continue reading

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