Content, Training, Productivity 2.0, & What's New?

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It's Not About The Content - Tony's Brain

When developing a course of instruction for delivery online, content is the last thing to be collected and assembled; the Learning Activities are always the first. Once the learning activities have been designed and "mapped" to a Learning Outcome, only then can the process of content collection begin. Use of the word "collection" is deliberate. One doesn't develop content, one collects it in such a manner that it ultimately provides the reference and instruction necessary to complete a Learning Activity.

IBM invests in business partners' training - C/NET

IBM, which expects to unveil better-than-expected quarterly figures, has announced it will spend some of its cash on incentives to encourage some of its largest partners to invest more in training and other areas.

Productivity 2.0: How the New Rules of Work Are Changing the Game - Zenhabits

For years, books and articles and blogs on productivity have been showing us how to be more productive: crank out the tasks, multi-task, work faster, be organized. In short, they've taught us to be a good part of a corporation that wants more out of us. But that's old-school productivity, or Productivity 1.0.

What's new?

280 Slides
There is a new online presentation creator in town -- 280 Slides (Beta). Create presentations, access them from anywhere, and share them with the world. With 280 Slides, there's no software to download and nothing to pay for -- and when you're done building your presentation you can share it any way you like.

Add interactive video capabilities to your blog!

Search results are presented in a 3-D cube that you can spin and tilt by using your Arrow-Keys. It is not really all that useful, however it does demonstrate that there are more than one way to preset information and data.

This has been around for a while, but in case you missed it, Oamos presents search results in a compleatly different manner.

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