TOPIC :

Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Tin Can (But Were Afraid to Ask)

Lately there’s been a lot of talk about Tin Can and how this API (application programming interface) will revolutionize how we access information and how we learn. We asked Andy Whitaker, Tin Can API Strategist of Rustici Software, to...

TOPIC :

Design for How People Learn

"That is what learning is. You suddenly understand something you've understood all your life, but in a new way." ― Doris Lessing There’s a book that was released in the past year, Design for How People Learn, by Julie Dirksen,...

TOPIC :

Free Social Media Tools for Content Curation

As community manager for Clarity Consultants, there are a number of tools that I use to help manage the flood of information I encounter every day. Many of these tools that I use for community management can also easily...

TOPIC :

Yes You Khan!

Khan Academy grew out of a simple attempt to help. Shortly after graduating from college, Salman Khan, who holds a total of four degrees from MIT and Harvard, began tutoring his 12-year-old cousin in math. He made simple instructional...

TOPIC :

Interview with Marcia Conner co-author of The New Social Learning

Social (adj.): Pertaining to, devoted to, or characterized by friendly companionship or relations; seeking or enjoying the companionship of others. Social learning, says Marcia Conner, one of the authors of The New Social Learning (with Tony Bingham, ATD Press,...

TOPIC :

Dinosaur? Necessary Evil? Critical Strategic Tool?

Is the learning management system (LMS) as we know it dead? Not at all, judging from the number of calls that Clarity Consultants receives each year from clients seeking help with selection, implementation, integration, and maintenance. But although those...

TOPIC :

How to Prevent/Minimize Scope Creep

Interview with Kate Perez Director, Training and Organizational Effectiveness Apria Healthcare How would you define scope creep and why does it occur? Is scope creep always seen in a negative light? Scope creep occurs when the parameters of what you originally agreed...