May 2010 Monthly Roundup: 10 Most Popular Posts
In continuation to our series of monthly roundup posts, here is a collection of our top 10 posts for May, each accompanied by a quick brief.
1. Future of Learning Technology – 2015
Predicts what the future holds for Learning Technology. Also, takes a quick recap at what we have witnessed in the last 5 years.
2. Is HTML5 Ready for eLearning Development?
Debates if HTML5 is ready to compete with Flash for eLearning Development on grounds of browser support, cross platform/browser compatibility, audio/video support and development tools.
3. Web 3.0 – The Semantic Web Video
Provides a succinct way to understand what Web 3.0 is all about.
4. The LMS – Will It Survive?
Debates if LMS is looking at its own end or does it still add enough value to a company’s training/learning function.
5. Does An LMS Actually Manage Learning?
Debates if a Learning Management System can actually be called a Learning Management System.
6. 30 Top Online Resources For Instructional Designers To Keep Up With
Lists top 30 blogs and websites that would help Instructional Designers would be interested in. Some of them focus exclusively on how to create better learning experiences, others offer tips and tricks on how to improve efficiencies or manage clients better while some explain technological aspects that Instructional Designers should be aware of.
7. Updates From HTML5 From Google I/O
Narrates some important announcements made at Google I/O event which will make HTML 5 development easier across different browsers.
8. Do We Learn Differently Now?
Debates if human learning has changed with the advent, penetration and increasing ubiquity of computing technology.
9. Sir Ken Speaks About A Learning Revolution
A nice TED talk about the need for a ‘learning revolution’ by Sir Ken Robinson. Poignant at times, funny at some – well worth the 17 minutes.
10. CloudCourse – Is It Really A Learning Platform?
Debates if CloudCourse, an internal learning platform and a course scheduling system launched by Google, is really a Learning Platform.