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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Content Guide

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Purpose of this Blog
This blog is designed to provide you with information about the design of learning and e-learning with a special focus on the boomer/gamer knowledge gap. Please take the time to comment and enter into a dialogue about the site and the content.

Gadgets, Games and Gizmos
Defining a Gamer
Casual Educational Games
Hang-Man For Learning
Talking Web Sites
Games Aren't "Cutsey"
LEGO Star Wars II
Knowledge Transfer
Games as Teaching Tools
Recommendations on What to Buy to Understand Gamer's Thinking
Cool 3D Browser
Learning Algebra in a Game
Learning Spanish in a Game
More Second Life
Army's Future Force
Using Games to Motivate Employees
Avatars on Your Web Page
Informal Learning at
Learning Multiplication Tables in a Game
IBM Opens Business Unit in Second Life
Nobel Prize Games
Shopping in Second Life
Checkout BrainPOP
Avatars for Learning
Learning about Avatars
Virtual NBC
Dad, Can I Download the Teletubbies Ring Tone?
Attending an ISTE Meeting in SL
Hand Held PC
Learning to Spell
Interface Be Gone
Virtual Reality is Back

Brain Drain
Where in the World is Everybody Going?
The "Perfect Storm" of Unfilled IT Jobs

E-Learning Project Elements that Need Managed

You Need a Needs Analysis

The Long Tail of Instructional Design
Teaching Soft Skills: A Four Step Method
Teaching Attitude
Time Savings Converting Stand Up Training to E-Learning
Advantages of Interactivity
Creating a Scenario to Teach Software Procedures
The Difficult Subject Matter Expert (SME)
Six Word Lesson Plan
Advantages of Games
Creating Questions for Compliance Training
Webinar Presentation of E-Learning Instructional Strategies
Behaviorism has its Place
Creating Good Questions
A Friendly Human/Computer Interface
Inside the Interface

Using a Game Engine to Create a Simulation
When Does Collective Wisdom Make Sense?

E-Learning for the Non-Wired
Create a Learning Council
Evaluating Collaboration

Test Creation Tips
Thought Unit
Instructor Observation

RFP and Proposals
Requirements Matrix
LMS/LCMS Selection Templates

Bloomsburg University's Corporate Advisory Council
Fall 2006
Spring 2007
Fall 2007

Calculators for Determining E-Learning ROI
E-Learning on a Shoestring
E-BAP: The E-Learning Business Acquisition Process
Should You Host the LMS or Let the Vendor

Informal Learning
Informal Learning Tools
Structuring a Blog

Out and About
Learning Organisations
Bloomsburg Entrepreneurs
NSF ATE 2006 Conference
2006 Training Solutions Conf. and Expo.
Video Conference
Interview with Marc Rosenberg
Discussion on Educational Schools of Thought
Which Superheros are my Sons?
Which Superhero am I?
Blogging at Training Day
Honored to be Nominated
Gadgets, Games and Gizmos April Webinar

Industry News
Online Students Increasing in Numbers
Get a "Second Life"
First Millionaire in Second Life
Predictions for Biz and Industry

Learning Circuit Blog: Big Question
Yes, All Learning Professionals Should Blog--At Least for a Month
How Do We Get Learning Professionals to Blog
Yes, We Should Keep ADDIE, HPT and ISD Models
Thoughts about 2006 and Predictions about 2007
Follow Discussion on Our Models
Questions, Questions and More Questions

Shout Out
Waleed Jameel
Nick Pastore and Kat Siedleck
Abbey Stahl--All the Rage
Will Thalheimer

Alternatives to the ADDIE Instructional Design Model
ABCD Objectives
Massively Multi-learner Online Learning Environment
The Value of Instructional Designers

Advice for Students about the field of Instructional Technology

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