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Resources from Training 3.0 Presentation

Here are my slides from my Gadgets, Games and Google for Learning: How to Leverage the Latest Technologies for Learning and Performance Improvement. Given as part of the Training 3.0 pre-conference workshops. It was a great group with wonderful activity in the chat. Gadgets, Games and Google for Learning View more presentations from Karl Kapp […]

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Posted in: Gadgets, Games Gizmos, Games video games, Knowledge Media

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Old vs New Ways of Thinking About…

Looking at the difference between old and new ways of thinking about knowledge, information, learning, video games and other critical concepts. Perception of… Old New Knowledge Structured (Books, Memos, SOPs) Unstructured (IM, Blog, email) Organizational Structure Hierarchical Team-based Structure Level Playing Field, Equality Communication Channels Formal (Face-to-Face, Phone Calls) Informal (Twitter, Facebook) Software Applications Interface […]

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Posted in: definition, Gadgets, Games video games, Knowledge Media

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DIA Presentation Resources

Recently I did a presentation titled for the Drug Information Association. Here are the slides and some related links. Beyond Four Walls View more presentations from Karl Kapp. Related Links: Key Advantages of Serious Games/Immersive Learning Simulations What it means that MS LifeScience Award Goes to 3D Virtual Conference Design Fighting Phobia’s with Augmented Reality […]

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Posted in: Games video games, Knowledge Media, Learning at Work

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Pedia Palooza

Lately there has been a lot of buzz about using Social Networking software and techniques in organizations. I’ve written about a number of uses: Social Networking Not Corporate Enough for Your Company? A Pharmaceutical Leveraging Web 2.0 –In a Big Way I have recently, given a presentation on the topic.Wikis, Blogs and Social Networks Presentation […]

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