High-Quality Rapid eLearning?

The Learning Circuits big question this month is “What are the trade-offs between quality learning programs and rapid e-learning and how do you decide?” I guess the issue I have with the term “rapid e-learning” is that it’s sort of a misnomer.  There is little evidence that participants in programs regarded as “rapid e-learning” learn

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Off to the (Collaborative) Races!

We are seeing a wave of new entries into the collaboration software category which incorporate the new hot web 2.0 applications.  Everybody and his brother is building platforms with profiles, blogs, wikis and rss, and depending on which piece the developers know best, that piece is the centerpiece. The Blogtronix people clearly believe that the

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Attention: It’s the People, Stupid!

Attracting lasting attention requires engaging people — with each other! MySpace is only the latest demonstration of this Eternal Truth.  The emphasis of much of what is being done in corporate and organizational online space, however,  reflects the old-fashioned notion that we are still operating in an information economy. Way back in 1997, Michael Goldhaber

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