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Working (TOO) out loud

Videographer Erin only made one mistake. She laughed at the store manager in whose store we were shooting our elearning resource A-roll. The veins expanded even more, his eyes bulged, his shirt appeared ready to shred itself upon his own self inflammation. Playing good cop I explained how his store had been chosen to represent the congolomerate …
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Hands on for workshop presentation simplicity

Workshop presenting is a tough gig. Be it that big international conference, a masterclass for peers, or a quick 1 hour filler for internal staff. Audiences demand new ideas, snappy audio visual presentations and opportunities to play with your ideas and skills demonstrations. Coming up with hands on activities that have relevance to participants’ professional …
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Social eLearning

Social Media and Learning for Business and Training – Yum Studio eLearning People now control how they consume media and what messages they care to hear through social media. But how do we get our business there, help our customers find us and post content that builds momentum with our business brand? Yum offers a …
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3 Ages of Moodle

  Moodle is a fantastic Learner Management System of that there is no doubt. Learning organisations can often struggle with Moodle implementation in determining how best it can compliment their operations and opportunities. Getting beyond a simple resource repository to an active teaching strategy with Moodle as the core takes time, resouces and creative thinking. …
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FrogFace or Web 2 and Bio Diversity

yum was invited by Helen Thompson from the Centre for eCommerce & Communications (CeCC) to support their work in the BCG Wildlife Ponds project. Still in its early stages, this project will demonstrate and promote the use of new web technologies to enhance biodiversity on-farm. As irrigation channels are moved into pipe systems, a decline …
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