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Learning Technologies Governance Framework v0.5

Analytics and content have now merged and the overall framework split more clearly, following a meeting with our senior programme manager yesterday. As before, page 1 is primarily for people starting off the first time, page 2 for those already

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Learning Analytics Technologies Governance Framework

There have been some minor revisions to the changes on the learning content development framework and have also tweaked as a separate one to include analytics, which will shortly merge. Its very high level at still at this point: Analytics: Version 0.1: 2013_06_12_v0.1_MHRAOnlineLearningGovernanceFrameworkAnalyticsP Editable version

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Posted in collaboration, data, design, eLearning, ICT, learning, Technology

Results of card sorting

Thank you very much to the two who contributed so far, it’s really helpful to get other perspectives on these and see the results. The Wallwisher one didn’t show any activity but the websort one shows the following: The results

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Posted in collaboration, design, experiments, ICT, New Website, web design

Online communities meetup with Rich Millington of Feverbee

Thanks to London Web, we were able to attend a meetup which was presented by Rich Millington of Feverbee. Feverbee site is a must for anyone trying to understand what online community is about, what works and doesn’t work and I’ve

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performance support requirements update

As before, this post is a personal post and not on behalf of the agency. We have completed the requirements gathering phase. Some areas which have surfaced are: Complex applications Understanding and processing cases through workflows Relationships between linked data

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Performance Support requirements gathering update

This is basically a copy of an update I sent to someone internally a couple of weeks ago, but thought it might be useful to post here as well. Phase 1 – October Researched various articles for UX design and

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Some thoughts on improving communication skills

I’m reading an Improving Your Communication Skills toolkit – yes really, I know… Some takeaways from it- bits in italics are not from it! “Your audience may remember less than 4% of what you say (so shout the 4% that

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