Maddie's podcast with Jeff Cobb, author of Leading the Learning Revolution, where we discussed social learning, Humanize and experimentation and learning as a leadership skill, our Private Community Management Certificate Program, and lots more.
"The number of education sites keeps growing at a fast rate. The popular ones are sometimes high budget and in the end, you end up knowing them. The rest may therefore, not be well-known and not specifically because they are less creative or beneficial. This article gives you a list of some of these sites and why you need to know them."
Watch this wonderful 18-minute video about the connection between the tools we create and our human behaviors. If the experience of using a device is natural, like an extension of our bodies, then we can focus on the content, the knowledge and the meaning of the information and the experiences we're trying to interact with.
Social business demands culture change (but don’t worry, you don’t have to call it culture change). Leveraging technology in today’s social world goes way beyond the technical requirements—success or failure seems more dependent on how flexible and effective your management practices are, rather than your specific IT competency. Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant can help.
Another interesting infographic from BachelorsDegreeOnline, using data from Educause's ECAR Annual Study of Students and IT. Are you ready for when these undergrads become grads... and postgrads... and coming to you for professional development?
Join us for an 8-week online certificate program, providing 15 hours of CAE credit, where you’ll learn from experienced community managers about the fundamentals of community management strategy. You'll develop the skills to nurture (or troubleshoot) any online community. You'll be able to share your own experiences and get help from colleagues on your own thorny community management issues. You'll get to know other people doing similar work and build lifelong friendships!
You've heard that more engaged members lead to better retention. And maybe you'd like to build more interactivity into your webinars. But what if your subject matter experts are not "social". What if your participants are not so participatory? How do you even start?