Musings on e-training


My comments and reflections on the resources and discussion in the courses Learning and Knowledge Analytics (LAK11) and Connectivism and Connective Knowledge (CCK11) are the initial basis of this blog. Post courses I plan to continue to blog about my professional interests and practices in the e-learning / e-training sphere. [HTML] [XML] Last Updated: 2011-05-16T08:29:13.585-0

Recent Posts

Connectivism and Instructional Design: Paddling Against the Current (Murray), Musings on e-training, Jan 21, 2011
Our first week of CCK11 has introduced Connectivism and the idea that the content of the curriculum can't  be defined in advance. As an instructional designer, I am challenged by that assertion. My current conception of ID is that we continue to define and develop content, concepts and learning activities in containers variously called modules, courses or training events with more or less distinct boundaries and with varying degrees of specificity. What has changed is that content ... 2011-01-22T01:08:00 [Comment]

Why now? (Murray), Musings on e-training, Jan 19, 2011
I've been a practitioner and advocate of technology-enabled learning for most of my professional life. I used to think of myself as one of the early adopters of new processes and technologies. However, I have been watching the evolution of Web 2.0/E-Learning 2.0 from the sidelines as a spectator. As a consultant/teacher/trainer, I believe that one can only really understand new approaches and applications by immersing oneself and gaining direct experience. The immediate impetus for ... 2011-01-08T01:06:00 [Comment]

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