Top Tweets for Learning Technologies 2014

I recently attended the Learning Technologies conference and was thrilled to be Live Tweeting. If you aren't sure what that is, I've written a handy reflection on it for Training Journal: click here for the Live Tweeting feature. Something that made me very, very pleased, was being in the top 50 conference tweets put together... Continue Reading →

Learning Technologies 2014: not long now…

This week I'm very much looking forward to Live Tweeting from the 2014 Learning Technologies conference in London. Live Tweeting is where I will be attending the conference sessions and writing tweets about what is going on in the event. This is to capture for some kind of online prosperity and also for those unable to... Continue Reading →

Impressions from The Virtual Learning Show #4

Design is everything: five techniques for designing an interactive virtual class Cindy Huggett had some great interaction from the beginning in the chat and with Cindy using polls and a separate chat window to understand our role and find out our burning questions. The five techniques for interactive virtual design: defining great design great openings... Continue Reading →

Impressions from The Virtual Learning Show #3

Comparing Webex, Adobe Connect and Goto for your virtual sessions Karen  Hyder highlighted that she was going to cover Adobe Connect, GoToTraining and the WebEx Training Centre. Karen gave us a link to a comparison of these on Wikipedia. Karen’s delivery was great to listen to and she had a scary amount of knowledge about all... Continue Reading →

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