I’ve put together an eBook based on a presentation on Learning 2.0 that I did back in the fall. This is a very nice looking document–for which the credit goes entirely to the editor, Celisa Steele. I hope it is also a helpful document for those who may be new to Learning 2.0 and social media in general or who are looking for a good tool to help educate others in their organization.
To help me keep all of the information about updates, etc. in the same place, I have now moved the download link for this eBook over to the Tagoras Web site
I welcome comments. If you find the book helpful, I’d be grateful if you would share how it was helpful. Conversely, if you find it lacking, I welcome suggestions on how to improve it.
Or, if you just have general thoughts on Learning 2.0–whether for an association e-learning initiative or for any other type of organization–please share those as well.
P.S. – On a related front, Tagoras recently published a series of individual LMS profiles for learning management systems commonly used by trade and professional associations.
I am an avid lifelong learner who writes and speaks frequently on the critical role of learning in our fast-changing world.