I was standing with my husband and about 2,000 other crazed conference attendees, chanting and pumping our fists to the loud music as one of the room coaches stood on a chair with a megaphone yelling out “Who’s ready to WIN?” “WE ARE” the crowd roared. Just then the doors opened, and we all rushed … Read more
Although a Nielson study showed that those 65 years and older pick Facebook as one of their top internet destinations, I believe it is because they are trying desperately to access their family that left them in this foreign land so they can slap them!
I like to think of QR Codes as Hyperlinks on our physical world! Here are tips on how to create your custom codes and over 35 creative uses for them.
When you hear the words “Virtual Events” or “Immersive Environments,” what comes to mind? Geordi from Star Trek? Perhaps a giant question mark since they sound so foreign? Many of us participate in virtual events regularly via webinars and streaming video events, and if you want to get technical, even a conference call is a … Read more
I grew up with 3 TV channels (not including the mysterious UHF channels which never had anything of value to a kid), I was the remote control. I played records not MP3 files, on my Fisher Price record player. The only phone we had was one with a very long cord that could be pulled … Read more
Most consider Twitter a marketing tool, or probably more accurate is that most consider Twitter a tool for blathering about what you are watching on television or eating for lunch, but I believe it is one of the best learning and post conference accountability tools I have seen. I recently spoke at a marketing conference … Read more
Thank you to all the FABULOUS learners at ASTD’s international convention in Chicago. Here is a recap of my session with links and a few of my slides and side rants (thrown in for your entertainment value!). The title of my session was, “Using Today’s Technology for the Game of Learning!” If our goal is … Read more
Most kids put away their futuristic tools each morning and enter a time machine to go back to a past that is more and more unfamiliar and irrelevant to them. We call it school. They enter a classroom that looks much like the classrooms of yesteryear, to learn from teachers who are unfamiliar with the … Read more