Elliot Massie is exploding my eLearning tech head

Posted by bryanzug - 2005/09/27

I recently attended an eLearning webinar by Elliott Masie that exploded my head (yes, very messy, I know, excuse me while I clean up the parlor).

It was titled ‘Is Instructional Design Relevant to RSS, Mobile Learning, Blogs, PodCasts, Wikis and New Tech?’ and I will be writing up my takeaways soon.

Having never heard of Masie before, signed up for his email newsletter and am finding it very helpful on eLearning technologies and trends. He’s publishing quite a few podcasts that are really great.

(Also learned from him that his research is showing that podcasts under 10 minutes offer a more optimized learning experience — had not come across that info anywhere, but the instant he said it, it made sense — but hey, what do I know, I’m just a web dev.)

Thought I’d pass on a few nuggets from Masie’s newsletter that ended up in my inbox this AM – enjoy…

The New Social Contract & Learning

Murry Christensen, the Dean of Learning 2005, has written a great chapter in Learning: Rants, Raves and Reflections on the changing nature of the social contract with employees. The audio, PodCast and text transcript are available at: http://www.learning2005.com/university

Results of Flash Poll – Development Time & Speed Satisfaction

Here are the results of our recent Flash Poll on e-Learning Development times and satisfaction: (Based on 659 responders) What is the average time in your organization to develop an e-Learning course?
  • 1 to 2 Days 26%
  • 3 to 6 Days 5%
  • 1 to 2 Weeks 4%
  • 3 to 6 weeks 25%
  • 7 to 12 Weeks 20%
  • 13 to 18 Weeks 9%
  • > 18 Weeks 11%
Satisfaction with your organization’s time to develop an e-Learning course?
  • Very Satisfied with Development Time 9%
  • Satisfied with Development Time 26%
  • It needs to be Somewhat Faster 28%
  • It needs to be Much Faster 37%

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