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Category Archives: EPSS, PCD, and Workflow Learning
Another of Stephen Downes’ Breaking the Power Law blogs provides a useful comparison of Wink to Qarbon’s Viewletbuilder. The short version: Wink is free but ViewletBuilder is nicer.
In one of the blogs from Stephen Downes’ “Breaking the Power Laws” list, Stuart Towns recommends a nifty little tool called Wink. While it definitely falls in the low-end category of the range of software simulation products I outlined in … Continue reading
Here’s a nice, short piece in Learning Circuits summarizing Sam Adkins’ take on workflow learning. One point of clarification that I found particularly helpful: How does workflow learning differ from electronic performance support systems (EPSS)? Unlike EPSS, workflow learning is … Continue reading
I have had several really gratifying exchanges with folks at the Workflow Insititute over the last couple of days. To begin with, two days ago, I got an email from Anne Henry at the Workflow Institute responding to this post, … Continue reading
George Siemens of elearnspace makes the healthy and obligatory nothing-new-under-the-sun critique of this year’s crop of online learning buzzphrases: Rapid elearning and workflow learning are two concepts that have been getting enough attention over the last year to be classified … Continue reading