Category Archives: eLearning

New Paradigms For Collaboration & Knowledge Sharing

The world of social interaction, fuelled by the plethora of social media tools, has opened up new opportunities to learn and share. Classroom training is no longer an essential part of learning and development. We can now tap into the collective wisdom of peers and experts as and when we need. Skilling ourselves for a challenging and volatile environment is a personal responsibility – we can’t rely on others, including the people and organisations we work for. Continue reading

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Pitfalls and Advantages of Accredited Online LPN Programs

Guest Blog from Jennifer Smith Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) play some of the most vital roles in our healthcare system today.  They are responsible for a wide range of patient care, including dressing wounds, giving injections, monitoring temperature and heart rate, … Continue reading

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Is social networking learning?

Great post by Shannon Turlington on the question of whether social networking is learning.  A point often missed in this debate is the serendipity inherent in social networking that enables you to discover new knowledge – i.e. we don’t know … Continue reading

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The story of Common Craft – in Plain English

ReadWriteWeb have re-posted a very interesting account of the Common Craft story. The following is an abstract: Five years ago Lee LeFever was an online community manager for a B2B healthcare company called Solucient. Today, his voice has been heard … Continue reading

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