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Sprout Labs August Newsletter - informal learning research

The most important thing in eLearning this year. We often start projects with design workshops with learners. During these we keep hearing about learner’s and organisation’s frustration with the current shape of elearning. Elearning has some serious quality issues.

March Newsletter

Learning Cafe Unconference - Learning in 2014 – Agility to Relevance

As part of the knowledge management stream of Learning Cafe we have produced a 10 minute video which provides a nice summary of the unconference.

Video: Take aways- Learning Cafe Unconference 2014

 

As part the knowledge management stream of Learning Cafe we produced this video as a summary of the day.

Learning Cafe Unconference Sydney 2014

 

This year’s Sydney Unconference’s theme was agility to relevance. There was a mixture of small group presentations and key speakers. All of the speakers were great and tied in their presentation with the key themes of relevance and agility.

September Newsletter

For the next few months Alok Gavhane is working part-time as an intern with Sprout Labs on a Location Based Learning Experiment. Alok is a doing a Masters of Fine Art in Graphic Design at the University of Tasmania.

Open Lab: Location based learning experiments

For the next few months Alok Gavhane is working part-time as an intern with Sprout Labs on a Location Based Learning Experiment. Alok is a doing a Masters of Fine Art in Graphic Design at the University of Tasmania.

70:20:10 - Designing Blended Learning Experiences

 

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10 Takeaways from the ElNet elearning Project Management Adventures Congress

Here are my top"”almost random"”takeaways and summaries from the eLearning Project Management Adventures Workplace Learning Congress.  

The elearning community must take more responsibility in communicating how quality e:earning looks and on how successful elearning projects can be run.