Tag Archives: Social Media

Let Me Introduce Myself…

Greetings, Litmos community! Thanks to Nicole and Rich, I’ll be helping out with the blog. Our goal is to speak to (and with) Litmos trial users, Litmos clients, eLearning peers, and anyone getting into online learning. The Litmos team gave me one strict editorial requirement—Write about whatever you want. While the business thrives by helping you to “love your LMS,” we’ll be using this space to explore eLearning ideas and strategies that complement your use of an LMS. eLearning, online … Continue reading

Top 7 Takeaways from LearnX Sydney #eLearning

The #LearnX conference was on this week (June 9th – 10th) in Sydney at the Darling Harbour Convention Centre and was keynoted/opened by Lrnchat‘s very own Jane Bozarth, which was a real treat. I only attended the first day but found it to be action-packed with keynotes, breakout sessions and a great expo area. I was disappointed to see how few people there were tweeting, but I did manage to meet almost all of those who were. It just goes … Continue reading

eLearning Technology Conference Not on Twitter – huh?

I was really surprised to find that an eLearning / learning technology conference I’m attending in Sydney in June does not have a presence on Twitter.  In fact, the very same event must have just announced the winners of their 2010 awards on their website but the only way I found that out was by doing a hashtag search on Twitter for the conference name. Luckily, a few proud vendors had posted their victories which then led me to the … Continue reading

The Golden Triangle of Learning

“The three current big megatrends in the web/tech sector are mobile, social, and real-time. I like to think of this as the golden triangle” This is a quote from Fred Wilson, VC and Principal at Union Square Ventures, in an article I read earlier this week. He says that these days if you have these three bases covered you’re probably going to be successful. I would like to agree, but I guess time will tell. Both Fred Wilson and Brian … Continue reading

Can ‘Travel’ be a Learning Model?

The quotes below come from yesterday’s #lrnchat session: ‘Don’t need no SMEs [Subject Matter Experts]. Need subject matter networks instead.’ Jay Cross  ‘Are tomorrow’s SME’s today’s customers?’ Harold Jarche ‘I think the days of “designing learning” are numbered…research shows that people need a place/space to connect.’ – Jane Bozarth The general theme surfacing along with the prevalence of Social Media (SoMe) and the availability of cool collaborative learning tools, in combination with Gen Y coming through the ranks – is … Continue reading