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For those who didn't even realize there is a difference between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0, this session offers a basic primer of what "Web 2.0" is and which Web 2.0 applications offer opportunities to learning designers.

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  • 1.Training 2.0
    Web 2.0 Applications for Learning Solutions

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What do YOU hope to get from this session?
3. 4. Or is Thishow you feel???
Training 2.0
5. I think new technology is:
Really cool. I try out as much as I can, and love every minute of it.
Sometimes useful for learning, but I wait to try it until its proven.
A real pain. I try to avoid wasting my time with it as much as possible.
6. Newtechnology means
Blog readers, Wikis, Social Bookmarking
Twitter, Social Networks, Mobile apps
Waves, Simulations, Augmented Reality
7. Web 2.0
Trends
Tools
Integration
8. Web 2.0 is not a new type of technology, its just a marketing term.
9. Web 1.0 allowed information to be Publishedin new ways.
10. Web 2.0 allowed information to be Sharedin new ways.
11. Learning is about making connections.
Web 2.0is about making connections.
12. Web 2.0 requires two significant shifts in thinking
From communication to conversation
Shift
Shift
From getting value to sharing value
13. How has Web 2.0 changed your work or your life?
14. Dont forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
Tools
Trends
15. Twitter
Delicious
YouTube
Google Reader
Google Docs
Wordpress
Slideshare
Google Search
Audacity
Firefox
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Jane Harts top learning tools for 2009.
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16. Web 2.0 tools give us new ways to achieve the same end results.
17. Start by figuring out where you want your learners to end up.
Create
Evaluate
Analyze
Apply
Understand
Remember
18. Tools for remembering.
19. If your learners can find it, do they really need to remember it?
20. Tools for understanding.
21. Remembering and understanding wherever you are.
22. How has the ready access of information changed your training design?
23. Tools for analyzing and evaluating.
24. Tools for creating.
25. You need a process for evaluatingtechnology tools.
Define / verify your strategic focus
Scan for tools to meet needs
Focus and Scan / Scan and Focus
Decide

  • Risks

26. Costs 27. Competition 28. Functionality 29. Usefulness /usability 30. Ignore 31. Monitor 32. ImplementEvaluate
33. What other tools are you using?
34. Tools for connecting.
35. Jane Harts Social Learning Definitions shows social learning primarily in cases of individual and self-directed learning.
36. MY top 5 tools for social learning:
37. Reality check the way social learning helps me is not easily built into a course.
Organization
Group
Individual
Self-Directed
Undirected
Directed
38. How do you use the connections between learners to help with learning?
Implementation
Trends
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Twitter
SocialMedia / Learning / Networks
Google Wave
SharePoint
Video
Mobile
Changing Role ofInstructional Designers
Webinars
Tony Karrers hot topics in learning.
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40. Once upon a time
Experts created
Core Knowledge
Which was taught in hopes of achieving
Business Results
41. Now
Expertise is more widely distributed.
42. Now
Domain Names
Active Pages
The amount of information available is increasing.
Exponentially.
43. Findingthe right information is harder than ever.
Results 1-10 of about 2,320,000 (0.10 seconds)
Search
Performance Appraisal
44. Now
The role of the trainer is changing to coach /archeologist / leader.
45. The Future of the Training Department
Harold Jarche
46. How has your increasingly complex environment changed the work you do?
Tools
Implementation
47. Social Networking
Tagging content
Social bookmarking
File Sharing
Communicating with others
Collaborating with others
Blogging
Podcasting
RSS Feeds
Microblogging
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Social Learning Environment
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48. What sort of social learning environment already exists at Lilly?
49. Collaborative Learning
for people who cant walk by my desk and buy me a cup of coffee.
Jim Coffey, Caterpillar
50. Emergent practices allow organizations to develop and capture new ways of doing things.
Solution
Solution
Problem
51. Social learning environments need to be seeded and weeded .
52. Content creation should be part of peoples day job
53. Web 2.0 doesnt change the way we Learn-Brain Rules still apply.
54. Im never joining your little birdie cult.
55. Social Media Adoption Curve
56. 57. How can you tap into that network to help your customers?
58. Thank You
Lisa Meece
lisa@bottomlineperformance.com
www.bottomlineperformance.com/lolblog
www.twitter.com/lisameece108