Monthly Archives: May 2011

The future will tire your eyes

An interesting blog entry was published this afternoon on Sydney Morning Herald’s site.  It’s called “Internet via contact lenses, as computers die out”.  http://www.smh.com.au/small-business/blogs/work-in-progress/internet-via-contact-lenses-as-computers-die-out-20110527-1f6t0.html Through ‘visions’ of respected futurists (I’ve never heard of the term!), in the future we will … Continue reading

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Make yourself presentable!

The industry benchmark qualification for a trainer is the certificate in training and assessment.  I went through it unit by unit today, and could not find one that teachers the inspiring trainer how to do presentation.  The closest to it … Continue reading

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Free Management Library – what a find!

While doing a bit of research on a project at work, I came across this site called “Free Management Library”.  And what a find! A site full of valuable resources that spans across all the professions that you could think … Continue reading

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Screenr | Instant Screencast

Note to self, check out:  Screenr. A free online screen capturing tool, wherever, whenever.  Sounds good to me! Just from its description, I think I could speed up a lot of my screen captures for computer training.  I might even … Continue reading

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ADDIE in practice

“e-learning” – the term that excites me and gives me fear at the same time. Having seen quite a few examples of elearning modules, I am excited in what it could do.  Like a child discovering a new toy, I … Continue reading

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Learning Activity: the journey, or the end?

Is e-learning activity the journey, or the end? Should learning activities embedded in an e-learning module be designed as part of the journey?  Or is it a tool to end the journey?  Learning activities used appropriately, can be used for … Continue reading

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