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Sunday, November 11, 2007

eLearning 2.0 Presentation - ISPI Los Angeles

I had a great time this Saturday presenting to ISPI Los Angeles on eLearning 2.0. This presentation was somewhat similar to past presentations, but I've added a couple of new slides and concepts. I'm including my slides (via Slideshare below, but it misses a lot of what the discussions were really about).

Oh, and if you are interested in this topic, I will be presenting a slightly different take on it this Thursday at a Free Online Conference - Corporate Learning: Trends and Innovations. There will be a lot more time for discussion in this case as well. My guess is that there will be some lively discussion off of this.

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Jon D. Stephenson said...

I attended and greatly enjoyed your presentation at the LA ISPI meeting. Although at the beginning of your presentation I was wondering What's In It For Me, only a few minutes into your overview I quickly realized the value of the tools you shared, such as blogs, RSS readers, wikis, social bookmarking, etc.

I have a lot of research and sharing to do...thanks for the guidance and motivation.

Anonymous said...

The evolution of e-learning is very exciting and making education more accessible and flexible to everyone. There are many good providers of distance learning such as Thomson Education who use strategies such as online tutor consulation requests and student forums to help students get through their work.