Show Your Work: Book Coming May 2014!

Showing Your Work, Working Out Loud


Show Your Work: Book Coming May 2014!

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Helen Blunden on Twitter

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How Working Out Loud Helps Us Learn from Jane Bozarth

How Working Out Loud Helps Us Learn

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August 19 & 20, 2015: eLearning Guild offers first online Demofest. Might be the largest online working-out-loud event ever. See projects, ask questions.

Online Forums 2015 - Online DemoFest: Real People, Real Projects, Real Solutions: August 19 & 20

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"Should academics blog about their research? . This presentation was inspirational and gave a clear picture of how sharing by blogging helps the researcher clarify ideas, do something with those homeless pieces of writing and be a living archive of your work." @Mark_Carrigan.

A kitten in the garden! My 1st Doctoral Symposium

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My job still involves occasional ID work. One of the biggest challenges is finding the critical content in the source material provided by SMEs.

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"My Content Curation Workflow"

My Content Curation Workflow

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From David Anderson: "How I Built This Healthy Food Selection Game"

How I Built This Healthy Food Game With Drag-and-Drop

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ELC 023: Why You Should Show Your Work

ELC 023: Why You Should Show Your Work

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Kathy's gearing up for spring festivals. The tied shirt is really interesting. Sharing tool: Facebook.

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Dennis Pearce's dissertation on working out loud uknowledge.uky.ed...

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"Visual Stories for Learning" from Connie Malamed.

Case Study: Visual Stories for Learning

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How showing your travels can "show your mind". thanks to Connie Malamed -

How Your Travels Around the Internet Expose the Way You Think | WIRED

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A reminder that learning takes time and practice. Videos of 82 year old John Simmance's learning progress across 4 months. He says: "Old men, if you wan’t to try something new, don’t listen to the opposition of others (or your own doubts) and just DO IT! You’ll be glad you tried."

Ukes4Fun | banjolele

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    Also a reminder to take care with stereotypes about age, learning and use of the internet / social media. Pretty toe-tapping too!

Beaver Builder explains how they developed and launched their business customizing WordPress templates. via Brian Dusablon

2014 in Review: The Beaver Builder Story | Beaver Builder

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Trina Rimmer's before & after overview of restoring handbags.

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Now available worldwide from Wiley, Amazon, etc. (Amazon.co, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de, Amazon.ja...).

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Nancy Cavillones @NBCavillones preps to introduce youngsters to sketchnoting. Sharing tool: Twitter.

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Kristin Anthony on her first try at showing her work. Sharing tool: Blog.

Showing My Work: Digital Magazine

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From Craig Taylor: Using an #Amazon wishlist as a library catalogue #showyourwork #wol. Sharing tool: Picture-in-picture video.

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From Jeff Kortenbosch @eLearningJeff Creating a zoom effect in Artculate Studio. Sharing via Picture-in-Picture appsmash .

Creating a Zoom effect in Articulate Studio / PowerPoint

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"Loudoun County First Responder Training Prototype" submitted by Joe Ganci. See the "live lrnchat 2014" source board for more.

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From Helen Sanderson ‏@HelenHSAUK "#wolweek It's all about sharing your work as it happens and contributing to others @JonHSAUK captured our ideas." Sharing tool: Twitter

Helen Sanderson on Twitter

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The eLearning Heroes challenge: Create a resume template.

Creative Resume Templates for E-Learning Portfolios

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Ideas for sharing expertise.

10 ways to share your expertise | Valuable Content

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