Sunday, January 10, 2010

Learning Resources from Informal Learning (Jay Cross): Part 1

I am re-reading Informal Learning by Jay Cross and was going through the resource links he has provided. Apart from the book, which is a must read for anyone interested in the field of learning, the resource links are gold mines of knowledge, information and insights.

I am putting some of my favorite sites from the list here for reference.
  1. Ageless Learner: Marcia Conner
  2. Verna Allee Associates: Great resources on value network analysis, intangible asset management,organizational networks, and collaboration
  3. Beyond Bullets: Cliff Atkinson
  4. Cognitive Edge: Dave Snowden
  5. eLearning Center: Access a vast collection of selected and reviewed links to e-Learning resources
  6. eLearning Forum: The intersection of learning, technology, business and design
  7. EPSS Central: A set of free resources on the different and many disciplines that comprise performance centered design...
  8. Gurteen Knowledge Center: Knowledge Management, learning, creativity, personal development, innovation...
  9. Internet Time Group: Jay Cross
  10. Meta-Learning Lab: Dedicated to increasing people's capacity to learn and improve the performance of individual's and organizations...
  11. Social network analysts...also look at their blog: The Network Thinker
  12. Quinnovation: wonderful resource site on games, mobile learning, performance support, content models--all based on sound cognitive background, vast technology and business experience...
  13. Stephen Denning: Steve Denning is the Warren Buffett of business communication says Chip Heath...Also look at his blog: High-performance Teams
  14.  Work-Learning Research: Will Thalheimer--Wisdom for Wildly Enhanced Learning & Performance...
  15. Communication Nation: Dave Gray's Blog. Dave is the Founder and Chairman of XPLANE, the visual thinking company...

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