- A video showing a simple technique to take one good assessment question and extend it to multiple options to create deep question banks (releasing at LS11)
- Liveblogging from Learning Solutions 2011 (here, but also twitter hashtag #LS2011)
- The astounding video introducing Internet Security Awareness Training along with the background on this project which uses SCORMCloud
- A review of Clark Quinn’s “Designing mLearning” (from all my experiences learning from Clark, I know it will be awesome, I just have to read to know exactly why)
- More on Interzoic’s Accord LMS (Chris Wylie has offered me an advanced tour of some features coming up- he has some great functionality being added to extend this very capable platform)
Very unique LMS discovered as I did research in September- full review here: http://bit.ly/cW2WhD
- SCORM Cloud- if you haven’t heard of this, start exploring it. This utility allows SCORM-compliant content to run outside of an LMS (and we thought folks jailbreaking iPhones was a big deal). I am implementing it with a very exciting new business concept for a colleague, and will certainly share details when I am able (I am eager to be able to market his end product- it is brilliant).
- Accord LMS by Interzoic- I had the pleasure of discovering Accord LMS while reviewing deployment options for my colleague. I was extremely impressed with the product, which is based on the Dot Net Nuke open authoring platform. This empowers Accord LMS users to select plugins and themes to extend the utility of their LMS just as users of WordPress are able. This is truly a different approach to the LMS game. When my review of the product is published, a direct link will be posted. I will start regularly blogging for the company as well.
- I developed an Evaluation Toolkit to guide employees who have volunteered to assume a role as an evaluation lead for training projects. The toolkit educates the leads on the standards (Phillips/Kirkpatrick). guides them through the process of performing evaluation, and provides tools. It was an amazing project and I hope to be able to offer aspects of it in an open format to a large community (I attempted to get the company to develop and sell it as a mobile application- maybe next time!)