Take off those rose coloured glasses | Harold Jarche

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Joyce Seitzinger referred me to this post, What will your training role be in the future? The author describes four future roles:

1. Design & Create Courses

2.  Enable Learning

3. Support Learning

4. Be a change agent for development

Only the first is related to what L&D has actually been doing. The other three are open for the taking in the networked workplace.

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Social Media, Communication Channels, and Learning | Socializing Workplace Learning

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Getting to basics, when we refer to a medium we’re talking about a communication channel and not the message content. When I draw in the dirt with a stick, the dirt is the medium, what I scrawl in it is the content, and the gathering around it makes it social. Paint on cave walls, face-to-face gatherings, phone calls, and even email are all media, all communication channels.

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Socializing Instructional Design | Socializing Workplace Learning

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It’s more important than ever to explore ALL options. It’s easy to get stuck in the weeds or, worse, married to a particular approach–the proverbial hammer in search of nails. That’s why I advocate socializing designs before developing them into products or programs. So many instructional design communities are at our fingertips, waiting to be tapped.

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How to Save ‘Social Learning’ Before We Destroy It | Mindflash

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Social learning is in many ways the primary way people learn. Social media has in many ways enhanced social learning, but somewhere along the line we allowed social media to define social learning. We need to break the bond between the two and rescue social learning before we dilute and ultimately destroy its value by allowing the phrase to be defined by technology rather than by real, interpersonal social connections and sharing.

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The corridor of uncertainty: Face-to-face meetings – think first

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…students…will question the need to attend classes that don’t provide added value. They can already access information, link up with experts around the world, form their own learning groups and collaborate so we’re going to need to sell the added value of classroom time in the near future. We need to start reviewing what the role of campus really is and make sure that class time is indeed unmissable.

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To learn, we must do | Harold Jarche

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Adding Social to ADDIE | Socializing Workplace Learning

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Today’s social media, specifically the very active instructional design networks on LinkedIn (Training Magazine, T+D, ASTD), Yammer (ASTD), and even Twitter (our personal networks), allow us to socialize our designs with others in the community and get feedback in days, if not hours.

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What is learning? (Adelaida’s LogBook)

Observational (Social) Learning; Constructivist Theory (J. Bruner); Social Development Theory (L. Vygotsky)

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Revising Maslow’s Hierarchy for a Socially-Connected World

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Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is a significant and broadly applied cultural rule of thumb. While memorable, this model undervalues the role of social connection.

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Anne’s Spot: My own serendipitous opportunities

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An amazing share, spotted by Harold Jarche. Strong implications for amplifying signal buried in the noise (HT @hjarche for amplifying this signal)

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