Category Archives: Informal Learning

Survey on Extreme or Informal Learning

From my pal Curt Bonk at Indiana University: My research team and I from the Instructional Systems Technology Department at Indiana University are conducting a study titled, “Collecting Stories of Extreme or Informal Learning.” This study explores how people learn (and teach) with technology in unique and nontraditional ways. One strand of this research is […] Continue reading

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What’s missing from the informal learning discussion

At mLearnCon, I chatted with Float’s Jeff Tillett for a few minutes about why people should be interested in the upcoming experiential learning workshop. You can hear the entire conversation on the Float Learning Blog. Jeff and I chat about mLearning, Tin … Continue reading

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Blatant ad for my upcoming workshop but it’s under 5 minutes

More skinny about the experiential workshop at the Informal Learning Center.

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The experiential informal learning workshop

First come, first served.
Workshop announcement and pre-registration are here.

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The Experiential Informal Learning Workshop

First come, first served. Workshop announcement and pre-registration are here.

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Personalized, flexible, rapid-fire, informal learning

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Realtime learning in realtime business

“The Knows”

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Courses are dead

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What’s informal learning? (in under 3 minutes)

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Learn Informal Learning Informally

As soon as I can round up nine participants, I’ll be offering an experiential workshop on Informal Learning in the corporation. Here’s a preliminary description. Take a look, then tell me how much you think I should charge, whether anyone … Continue reading

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