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Using Twitter for Role Plays

I’ve speculated about the use of blogging by Agatha Christie and Thomas Jefferson, but not about their use of twitter. I was fascinated to read What Lincoln Would Have Tweeted, not just to speculate further about how a person who […]

The Ultimate Training Opportunity

Electronic Health Records (EHRs) “are being touted by US [and other] government officials as a way to significantly improve the quality and reduce health care administrative costs” although the jury is still out, according to Robert Charette writing for IEEE […]

9 Ways to Reduce the Cost of Training

Forget your carbon footprint. Reduce the other “green” – money – using 9 tips from Marlene Favaloro. They start with Investigate online training options. Instead of automatically sending your team to an outside training course (and incurring high travel expenses), […]

DevLearn 2009: The Three Things Shanta Rohse Learned

When Shanta Rohse tweeted about her experiences at DevLearn 2009, I asked her to write a guest blog post with more details, which she kindly did: Each morning at DevLearn09, Brent Schlenker primed his audience with a deceptively simple question: […]

eLearning Africa 2010: Call for Proposals

The organizers of the eLearning Africa conference have announced a call for proposals. The deadline to submit is December 14, 2009. The 5th eLearning Africa conference will take place May 26 to 28, 2010, in Lusaka, Zambia. The pan-African conference, […]