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Join the Learning Revolution

I have always had a thirst for knowledge. Even as a young child I devoured books – stories of pioneer explorers, how-to manuals, National Geographic magazines and novels. As I grew older I gravitated to books that explained not just the outcome, but the cause: philosophy, linguistics and even Old English were on my radar.

The underlying thread for me has been the desire to learn about learning. I like to know how we learn, why we learn and how it can be used to make our lives, our workplaces and our world a little better. This is partly why I have been interested in technology – it has enabled a learning revolution which is still only in its infancy.

How do we take advantage of the waves of change? How do we bring this into our offices, or our everyday practises?

Take a few moments out of your day on Thursday, May 27, 2010 and join Elliott Masie, a pioneer in the learning and technology arena, for a SAP-sponsored webcast.

Elliott will cover some great topics such as:

  • Learning Goes Social, Video, Mobile, and Contextual
  • The Role of Performance Support and ERP Systems
  • The Empowered Learner: Changing Expectations
    and Habits
  • Collaboration: Harnessing the Wisdom of the Qualified Crowd

Learn more about the event and the speakers – and register here.

And I believe there will be a lively Twitter backchannel, using the #SAPEDU hash tag. I will look out for you there.

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      Author's profile photo Marilyn Pratt
      Marilyn Pratt
      This is a great opportunity offered here.  I've attended live events with Elliott Masie and I've come away with so much expanded access to tools, collaboration platforms.  He was the one to have introduced me (way before any of my colleagues here) to Second Life, to mind mapping tools.  His use of wiki as a social media platform with a demography of people my age (I'm a grandmother remember) was extremely engaging.  He made tools available to many groups of learning professionals way before they hit main stream.  So I'd say this is a real good opportunity.  Grab it.
      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member
      Elliot Masie and Richard Campitelli--a great combination!  I am really looking forward to their analysis of the latest trends in learning and how that will translate to the SAP ecosystem.