Ahead of the Corporate & Government Learning Congress as part of EduTECH 2013, we spoke to John Stericker Instructional Designer, Learner and Development & eLearning specialist at Fuji Xerox, about the major challenges associated with implementing eLearning in an organisation, how these challenges can be overcome and the importance of remaining abreast with the changing nature of eLearning technology.
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Good afternoon and welcome to day 5 of another day in the life of an ITS and DSS otherwise known as it's Indis(?). Sorry about not having a day for. I'm a little swamped here at work. So we're not able to record. Today's topic which we are currently involved in and we'll be talking about PD's and the otherwise lack of I guess what's the word. Effectiveness. Yeah thank you thank you. Effectiveness from them. I think we have fairly effective one this morning. I'm talking about some ACT prep materials and how we can roll out you know using the data and how we should be able to talk to our kids about it which I thought was good but again the problem I think we all.
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Social outcomes & clinical measures. Exploring the challenges of measuring the effectiveness of EV & SE & the impact on individuals in clinical or community settings. Chair – Cathy Yelf Macular Disease Society, Clinical: Prof. Gary Rubin UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, Prof. Christine Dickinson University of Manchester, David Logan Visibility, Social: Pam Turpin Arup, Sarah Buchanan Thomas Pocklington Trust, Simon Labbett Social Care Association
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Theo Androus works closely with individuals and organizations to help them increase the profitability and effectiveness of their businesses. His expertise in the areas of Referral Generation, Business Development, Practice Management, and Client Retention has made him a frequent and popular speaker at industry meetings and conferences. Theo is known for being a repeat presenter and is often invited back year after year. Theo is an incredibly dynamic speaker. As soon as Theo gets in front of the audience, they know that he is an extremely gifted speaker who will bring them real-world solutions with specific, actionable strategies. From the rookie to the seasoned professional, Theo’s messages have meaningful and lasting value.
Matthew Hill at www.hillnetworks.com talks of the connection between efficiency, productivity and effectiveness. Let me know if you need more on Time Management, Thanks, Matthew 07813 760 711
This is my first Ipadio blog entry. It is about Twitter. I set up my Twitter account some time ago, and am constantly trying to find ways to improve it. I want my Twitter profile to come across as professional, but approachable, as well as caring and sharing. I want the design to reflect that. I currently have a scenic background with hills and the like, and this is mainly inspired by the fact that my business is Yorkshire-based, and that is something of which I am proud. I intend to alter a few elements of twitter, and may at some point decide to use a couple of different backgrounds, or alter them seasonally. I am hoping that Twitter will help me achieve a number of different things, but mainly it is a way of me keeping in touch with the thoughts and discussions of my peers and associates, as well as finding out useful information from the links and blogs posted. It also gives me greater scope to promote my blog. Twitter is a big part of my overall plan for social media within my business, because I see it as a highly effective and approachable media, with an ever-increasing number of people getting involved. Over a one year period, my goal is to be gaining a minimum of 20% of my new clients through Twitter, either directly or indirectly. Twitter cannot replace face-to-face in my industry, but can certainly enhance its effectiveness. In terms of protecting your identity online, the obvious no-nos are putting full details like birthdays, family info, full home address, etc, in the public domain. Also, using the same password throughout can create a hazard as well. Giving good, useful information, and being transparent about where you got that information from is invaluable in building trust in any situation, and Twitter is no different. Setting up Twitter was not difficult. Like most things, you can do the bare essentials and still make it work, or can really get involved and alter colour schemes totally, etc. None of it is too challenging, however, just sometimes time-consuming when you get absorbed! Twitter allows you to email a tweet to anyone, whether they are on Twitter or not. This is useful if you see a Tweet which answers a question asked by one of your associates, or is relevant to their industry. I also use this as a way to send myself a reminder of items I wish to revisit whilst I am on the move.
This is only a test. Using Ipadio(?) to determine the effectiveness of it. It seems like transmitting or sending or uploading it from my phone is proven to be ineffective. It seems like I have to do the the cast phone test directly by dialling the main phone cast telephone number.
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EdTechatouille: the podcast. This episode focuses on the National Council on Teacher Quality and their study regarding the effectiveness of the Colleges of Teacher Education. All the links that I'll be referring to are posted to the blog along with this pod cast.