Monthly Archives: July 2012

From Training to Performance to Social – My Personal Learning Journey

Some years ago, my husband and I visited the theme parks on the Gold Coast in Queensland to get some thrills on some of the scary rides.  One particular ride at Dreamworld consists of a track that seems to extend … Continue reading

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Personal Learning Environment (PLE) Conference 2012

On Thursday 12 July and Friday 13 July I attended the PLE Conference held at the Deakin Business Centre in Melbourne. It was a collaboration between Deakin University and University of Aveiro in Portugal.  I had stumbled upon PLEs through … Continue reading

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An Old Coaching Framework Comes Good in a New World

In my current role as an instructional designer on a transformation project, the business has undergone radical change in the recent months. In the past, teams completed processes they had been doing for years and were subject matter experts in … Continue reading

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Social Media Day Saturday 30 June 2012

Last weekend on Saturday 30 June,  in about 481 cities around the world Social Media Day was celebrated.  I partook in this “little” event and attended my first ever, Unconference. I really didn’t know what to expect as I parked … Continue reading

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