New Literacy in the Web 2.0 World
Presentation on now technology changes what it means to be literate.
“‘Literacy’ as in the ‘new literacy’ is a metaphor for essential abilities required today to shape and communicate meanings, develop oneself, and participate in society.”
New accessibility features in Firefox 3.5 « Marco’s accessibility blog
New features include support for text attributes, spell check, and HTML 5 video/audio
Clive on Learning: It’s not enough to be a professional, you also have to act like one
Good points on acting like real professionals, not just “order takers” when developing training/learning
You wouldn’t hire an interior designer only to inform.them that you’ve already chosen all the colour schemes and furnishings; you wouldn’t engage an accountant and then explain to them the way you wanted them to process your figures; you wouldn’t employ a fitness trainer and then tell them what to include in your workout; you wouldn’t buy a dog and then insist on doing all the barking.
So why, then, do we continue to encounter situations in which line managers tell the guys from l&d exactly what they want in terms of learning interventions, with the expectation that the they’ll simply take those instructions and run.
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