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Translating Brick & Mortar Courses for a Virtual Delivery

Greetings All! It has been a while since I’ve had the time to put up a proper blog post, but a colleague of mine has an upcoming webinar that I want to tell you about. It is all about converting existing classroom courses to e-learning (or blended solutions) and it is spot on for a lot of the work I find myself doing these days.
His name is Pat Smith and he is the principal at EnvolveMedia, a performance improvement company that specializes in the development of e-learning and the production of webinars and large online learning events. I’ve had the benefit of working with Pat or a wide range of projects over the last few years. His experience and expertise is a huge value-add to any project. He is especially good at converting higher-order learning objectives into engaging and effective e-learning simulations and interactions.
Pat’s webinar, Translating Brick & Mortar Courses for a Virtual Delivery, will be held on February 17, 2015 at 3:00pm (Eastern).

Please Click Here to Register for the Webinar

 

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L2A Links for January 8th

  • Six Ways to Foster Innovation in the Learning Field – Juxtaposition, Non-Traditional Thinking, Multiple Attempts, New Network Connections, Bring in Those New to the Field, and Vendors.
  • The Changing Nature of Workplace Learning – Two posts influence reflection on how workplace learning is changing. From the post: "While the former reflects the redesigning of workplace as a physical manifestation of this change with its focus on enabling communities and collaboration, the second one squarely focuses on empowering autonomous learning and facilitating the building of trusted networks."

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L2A Links for August 21st

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L2A Links for November 14th

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L2A Links for April 12th

  • Friends Don’t Let Friends Take Education Advice From Peter Thiel – Peter Thiel's experiment is certainly raising hackles here and there.  It will be interesting to see how it plays out.  I do agree with his "education bubble" thesis, but I don't know that his experiment makes sense or will prove anything.
  • Ruby for kids – I haven't tried it out yet but this site is building good buzz for helping kids unleash their inner developer.

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L2A Links for February 23rd

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L2A Links for February 28th

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