Great Talk on Online Learning →
RT @LotusEducation: Like : Viewing Training, Marketing, and Documentation Content Through the Learning Lens by Dan Cote http://ow.ly/4Z …
Time to Rethink Our Training Strategies →
Instructors need to find new ways to communicate with students, as this article points out. What are you doing to make your training more alive?
RT @LotusEducation: Sametime 8.5.2 is designed to help make your business more social and extending UCC to new mobile devices http://ow. …
Learning and teaching online is certainly different than classroom training. Check out my latest blog posting at http://bit.ly/hsaiJr
Instructor as Student - Part 2
Once I hurtled past the technology roadblock, I found myself sitting through several hours of online lecture. I found my mind wandering, even though the subject was something I was really interested in. It was not the instructor’s fault. He knew his subject and taught it well. I’m really glad that I was able to take this class with him. What was the problem? In this particular case,...
Online Training -- From the Student's Side
I have been teaching online for several years now, but a couple of weeks ago I had to take an online class. What a difference sitting in the student seat! It certainly gave me a greater appreciation of how my own students are experiencing the class, and I’d like to share that with you. First, there is always a technology speed bump — the one you have to get over into order to attend...
The Social Media Beginner’s Tool Kit http://bit.ly/fzeTXo
Social Networking & Training
Social networking is now a way of life for many of us, but not necessarily for those we work for or with. I just discovered a site that has some interesting insights into using social media for marketing (http://socialmediatoday.com). So why don’t we make more use of social media for training? Recently, I received a link to a blog about Lotus Notes and how people fail to understand how to...
XPages Cheatsheet for Domino Designers →
This has been out for a while on David Leedy’s blog, but I just received a note about it from Carlos Casas. If you are learning or using XPages in Domino Designer, you should keep this cheat sheet by your side.
Visit this website to enroll in IBM Lotus online technical training and buy training tools such as self-paced tutorials, reference materials, and quick tips.
I am hoping this blog will be a useful place for all of us to share information on IBM Lotus training, both as trainers and students. I have been an IBM Lotus certified instructor for many years, and I welcome your comments about your training experiences. I work for The RockTeam in Lewes, Delaware, USA and also for LEOnline.net, an Authorized IBM Training Partner. Some of the courses I teach...