Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Let's begin the discussion way up high... about three feet above your LMS or computer or any other eLearning tool you happen to be using.

The point of this post is to focus on people and the resources and behaviors we can give them to enhance their performance. That means ANY resource - not just eLearning - but any tool, intervention, content, device, person, technique, or family pet that we can use to create more powerful and more meaningful learning moments for our audience.

If you are like me, then you see discussions focused solely on eLearning as useful and salient, but somewhat limited. We are, after all, human. And anything we endeavor is essentially for or about our lives as humans.

So let's take a step back from the computer, and open the conversation up just a bit. Where do we begin in our effort to create more meaningful learning programs? What kind of lives do our students want to lead? How can we create more powerful learning moments - and hopefully performances - as practitioners in employee development? Is "eLearning 2.0" really just another way to say "Learning 2000+"?

I will be posting and wrestling with these and other questions, and I look forward to your participation and contributions to the subject of learning, human performance, and how we can create more meaningful learning moments.

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