Artículo recientito…de Tony Karrer, autor del blog eLearning Technology
- Name: Tony Karrer
- Location: Los Angeles, California, United States
Dr. Tony Karrer is CEO/CTO of TechEmpower, a software, web and eLearning development firm based in Los Angeles, and is considered one of the top technologists in e-Learning and Performance Support.
A consistent pattern in our response to new technologies is we simultaneously overestimate the short-term impact and underestimate the long-term impact.
—Roy Amara of the Institute for the Future
There are some very interesting changes going on in the world of e-learning that seem to have crept up on practitioners. In a recent presentation of what is being referred to as E-Learning 2.0, I received perhaps the best comment from someone in the audience: “I’ve never heard of most of this before. This stuff is freaking me out.”
The point of this article is not to dive into great detail about these trends, but rather to inform workplace learning professionals about the possibilities. And, it’s likely that as you become more mindful of E-Learning 2.0 concepts and technologies, the experience will be similar to shopping for a particular car—you’ll suddenly notice it everywhere.
The changes in e-learning are being driven by two primary forces. The first force is a steady increase in the pace of business and information creation, which has led to a shift in work, especially knowledge work, and an evolution in information needs. In turn, this has led to the following expectations for corporate learning.
Fuente: [ elearning circuits]